Franco Nevada Corp - (FNV.TO) - November 16, 2023
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Franco-Nevada (FNV.TO) is currently the lowest ranked gold stock in the SIA S&P/TSX 60 Index Report. After falling 25 positions in the last month, FNV.TO is currently in 56th place, near the bottom of the Red Unfavored Zone and is down 13.3% over the last month. Since exiting the green zone back in June, FNV.TO has fallen by 14.1%.
In contrast, the highest ranked gold stock in the SIA S&P/TSX 60 Index Report is Kinross Gold* (K.TO), which is currently ranked in second place, near the top of the Green Favored Zone, where it has been since March. Kinross is up 3.7% in the last month. *Shares of Kinross Gold are held in portfolios managed by SIA Wealth Management.
A long-term uptrend in Franco-Nevada (FNV.TO) shares peaked back in May when the shares failed to break through resistance at their 2020 high near $216.65. Since then, the shares have been tumbling back downward falling back under the $200.00 round number in July. Over the last six weeks, the shares have weakened considerably, with two bearish Double Bottom breakdowns combining into a Bearish Catapult, and the shares snapping a long-term uptrend support line. Initial downside support appears at the September 2022 low near $151.70, followed by the $129.45 to $134.70 area where two horizontal counts cluster with previous lows. Initial resistance on a bounce appears near $177.75 based on a 3-box reversal.
With a perfect bearish SMAX score of 0, FNV.TO is exhibiting weakness across the asset classes.
Since July of 2022, when a two-year downtrend bottomed out, a recovery trend has been underway in Kinross Gold* shares. Since then, higher lows have established a new uptrend and K.TO snapped out of its previous downtrend earlier this year,
Over the summer, the shares consolidated between $6.00 and $7.25. but have come under renewed accumulation in the last month or so. In October the shares completed a bullish Bear Trap reversal when they broke down by one row, completing a spread triple bottom. K.TO then reversed sharply upward with a bullish Double Top calling off the bearish pattern, a bullish Spread Double Top breakout confirming the start of a new upleg, and the shares rallying to their highest levels since April of 2022.
Initial upside resistance appears near $8.10 based on a vertical count, followed by $8.60 based on a horizontal cont. In initial support appears near $6.90 based on a 3-box reversal.
With a perfect SMAX score of 10, K.TO is exhibiting strength across the asset classes.
*Shares of Kinross Gold are held in portfolios managed by SIA Wealth Management.
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