Both Solaria and Siemens Gamesa offer a very good technical aspect and we bet on them for the first bars of the year. As for PharmaMar, it seems that it could have exhausted the increases and today it is not a company to consider taking positions if it is not for a specific rebound.
Solaria It is by far the value of the Ibex 35 that has performed the best in 2020. The company revalues more than 230% and far from showing signs of weakness we are seeing how it has managed to overcome the resistance of 20 euros after a couple of months lateral movement. The company cannot offer a better technical aspect and it seems very likely that after the odd stop along the way we may end up seeing an extension of the profits to the level of 25 euros.
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Siemens Gamesa it has appreciated more than 100% in this year that is coming to an end. As Solaria continues to show signs of strength, what we have seen this past week when we saw how the resistance of 30.31 euros was pulverized. Currently the company is moving at all-time highs with a clear path so that it can continue to draw new heights. The first support level is at $ 27.83. We will not appreciate even the slightest sign of weakness as long as it remains trading above this price level.
PharmaMar accumulates increases of 70% and that since drawing the all-time highs last October the company has dropped more than 50%. These latest falls have caused a monumental damage to its technical aspect. The company has dropped the average of 200 sessions, an average above which it had remained throughout the year. In addition, it must be borne in mind that at the beginning of December there was a significant bearish gap that is undoubtedly a reminder of the current presence of sales. Currently the company could be shaping a pull back to the abandoned 200 session average. A close below 66.70 euros would make us think of an extension of the falls to the level of 58 euros, prices that we believe it could reach in the coming weeks.