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A Look At The Weekly and Daily Chart Patterns of The WisdomTree India Earnings Fund (EPI)

February 13th, 2013

sellbuyWe stopped out of WisdomTree India Earnings Fund (NYSEARCA:EPI) last week, near the break-even level, when it failed to hold near-term support of its 20-day exponential moving average. We still like the weekly and daily chart patterns in $EPI; however, the charts of the iPath MSCI India ($INP) are showing a bit more relative strength. As such, we plan to re-enter India as a swing trade through $INP. Below is the weekly chart of $INP:


The daily chart below shows support at the $60 area, which is convergence of the prior breakout pivot and 50-day MA. With $INP pulling back to the 50-day moving average, we have a low-risk entry to establish partial size. A stop can be placed below the 50-day moving average (plus some “wiggle room”). If the uptrend is to resume, $INP should hold the 50-day moving average and work its way higher over the next few weeks:

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$INP pullback to 50ma

Although $INP trades with lower volume, its relative strength over the other ETFs is clear. $INP tested the highs of 2012, while $EPI stalled 5% short of its 2012 high.

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