Technical Analysis for CCF - Chase Corporation

Grade Last Price % Change $ Change
grade A $92.50 -1.12% -1.05
CCF closed down 1.12 percent on Thursday, February 23, 2017, on 82 percent of normal volume. Due to the stock's strong uptrend, it may remain overbought for a while. So, if you're looking for a reason to sell, don't put too much weight on it being overbought.
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Date Alert Name Type % Chg
Feb 23 Slingshot Bullish Bullish Swing Setup 0.00%
Feb 22 New 52 Week High Bullish -1.12%
Feb 17 NR7 Range Contraction 0.22%
Feb 17 Narrow Range Bar Range Contraction 0.22%
Feb 16 Non-ADX 1,2,3,4 Bullish Bullish Swing Setup 1.15%
Feb 15 NR7 Range Contraction -0.05%
Feb 15 Volume Surge Other -0.05%
Feb 15 Stochastic Reached Overbought Other -0.05%
Feb 14 New Uptrend Bullish 0.49%
Feb 3 NR7 Range Contraction 2.78%

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Chase Corporation engages in the manufacture and sale of protective materials for various applications in the United States and internationally. It operates in two segments, Industrial Materials and Construction Materials. The Industrial Materials segment offers electrical cable insulation tapes, water blocking compound, insulating and conducting materials, specialty tapes and related products, laminated durable papers, flexible packaging materials, slit films, flexible composites and laminates, protective conformal coatings, and moisture protective electronic coatings, and laminated film foils, as well as cover, pulling, and detection tapes. This segment sells its products to wire and cable manufacturers, public utilities, electronic and telecommunications, envelope converting and commercial printing, and aerospace industries under the Chase & Sons, Chase BLH2OCK, PaperTyger, Insulfab, and HumiSeal brands. The Construction Materials segment provides protective pipe coating tapes and other protectants for valves, regulators, casings, joints, metals, concrete, and wood; a polymer additive for waterproofing of approaches and bridges, ramps, race tracks, airports, and specialty road applications; waterproofing sealants, expansion joints, and accessories; anti-corrosive products for gas, oil, and marine pipelines; tapes and membranes for roofing and construction; and coating and lining systems for liquid storage and containment. This segment offers its products to oil companies, gas utilities, and pipeline companies, as well as to transportation, industrial, and architectural markets under the Royston, Rosphalt50, Tapecoat, and ServiWrap brands. The company sells its products through its own salespeople, as well as manufacturers’ representatives and distributors. Chase Corporation was founded in 1946 and is headquartered in Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
Is CCF a Buy, Sell or Hold?
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Summary: Counts: 4 bullish, 0 bearish and 1 neutral indicators. You may wish to incorporate that into your trading strategies.
Indicator Value
52 Week High 93.75
52 Week Low 45.07
Average Volume 25,636
200-Day Moving Average 70.61
50-Day Moving Average 87.87
20-Day Moving Average 90.03
10-Day Moving Average 91.65
Average True Range 2.19
ADX 27.71
+DI 25.74
-DI: 13.69
Chandelier Exit (Long, 3 ATRs) 87.18
Chandelier Exit (Short, 3 ATRs) 90.67
Upper Bollinger Band 94.77
Lower Bollinger Band 85.29
Percent B (%b) 0.76
Bandwidth 0.105298