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Royal Bank of Canada – RBC – chart analysis

Two breakaway gaps on the candlestick chart for RBC
Royal Bank of Canada - RBC - candlestick chart analysis showing two breakaway gaps. The last gap appeared after the earnings release. The chart shows three simple moving averages. The intermediate trend is down and the near-term trend is up. The resistance level is $50.00. Three was above average volume for the last gap after the earnings release. The relative strength indicator known as RSI is confirming the near-term uptrend for the Royal Bank of Canada. RBC is traded on the Toronto stock exchange under the symbol (RY:TSX). This is the largest bank in Canada.

RBC Six-Month Daily Candlestick Chart Analysis

Reference two previous charts for RBC:

Key points from the above chart analysis are:

  • The intermediate trend (three weeks to six months) is still down.
  • The near-term trend (less than three weeks) is up.
  • RBC is trading above the three simple moving averages.
  • The 10-day SMA is crossing the 20-day SMA.
  • Volume is increasing with the near-term uptrend.
  • RSI is confirming the near-term uptrend.
  • Two breakaway gaps bode well for the uptrend.
  • The last gap (window) should provide support ($48) on any pullback.
  • The near-term resistance level is around $50.00.
  • You must take into account the trend for the overall market – TSX Index.
  • The intermediate trend for the TSX Index is down.


When you trade the markets, you are dealing with probabilities.  What is the probability of the the near-term uptrend continuing for RBC?

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