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All Eyes on GDP Data

After some hiccups in recent days, investors have now begun to bargain hunt on beaten down glove-related stocks. While we think that quick profit taking may set in with the outlook remain indifferent weigh-down by on-going Sino-US geopolitical concerns and rising number of Covid-19 cases, the recent buying from foreign funds may provide some stability. Meanwhile, investors will be keeping an eye on the release of 2Q2020 Malaysia GDP data which is widely touted to be the first contraction since 3Q2009.
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Finding stability

The FBM KLCI endured a choppy trading session before bargain hunting activities took charge to power the key index higher yesterday. For now, we reckon that the local bourse may attempt to find stability with nibbling on beaten down stocks. Although the prevailing negative market sentiment is deterring investors to take large positions, the lower liners may continue to see rotational play, boosted by the higher than historical average trading activities.

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Downward bias consolidation resumes

It was another bleak performance on the local bourse that was marred by the selling pressure from gloves heavyweights yesterday. The near term weakness is expected to prevail as any recovery will be tempered by quick profit taking activities. Nevertheless, we still think that rotational play will remain on the table that is buoyed by rise in trading activities as of late, though the negative market sentiment are also keeping gains in check. Hence, we advocate traders to lock in quick profits, avoiding to holding position for too long.

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Technical Focus – 21st Oct 20

I-Stone is regarded as a proxy to the rising adoption of automation amongst companies in order to improve production efficiencies & capabilities and to maintain a leaner operational cost structure. Key clients include EMS players like Dyson, V.S. Industry Bhd and ATA IMS Bhd. Capitalising on the adoption of fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) with
opportunities under the field of artificial intelligence, big data, robotics and the leasing of automated lines and equipment. Technically, a flag-formation breakout above RM0.215 may lead to further upsides towards the next resistances at
RM0.24-RM0.265 with long term target at RM0.28.