Does iShares MSCI China Index Fund (MCHI) Have Any Gas After Forming This Wedge Up?

September 17, 2017 - By Vivian Currie

The stock of iShares MSCI China Index Fund (MCHI) formed an up wedge with $68.11 target or 7.00 % above today’s $63.65 share price. The 8 months wedge indicates low risk for the $2.58B company. If the $68.11 price target is reached, the company will be worth $180.60M more.
Rising wedges, especially for downward breakouts are tricky moments to trade. Investors must be aware that the break even failure rate for up or down breakouts is: 8% and 24%. The average rise is 28% and the decline is 14%. Wedges has high throwback and pullback rate: 73%, 63% and the percent of wedges meeting target is not more than 50%.

The stock increased 0.87% or $0.55 on September 15, reaching $63.65. About 3.06 million shares traded or 91.25% up from the average. iShares MSCI China Index Fund (NASDAQ:MCHI) has risen 34.72% since September 17, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 18.02% the S&P500.

More notable recent iShares MSCI China Index Fund (NASDAQ:MCHI) news were published by: which released: “MSCI’s big decision on adding mainland China stocks to emerging markets index” on June 19, 2017, also with their article: “The 5 Top China ETFs” published on July 23, 2017, published: “3 Red-Hot Chinese ETFs That Deserve More Attention” on August 30, 2017. More interesting news about iShares MSCI China Index Fund (NASDAQ:MCHI) were released by: and their article: “Morgan Stanley: China Is A Massive Long-Term Investment Opportunity” published on February 14, 2017 as well as‘s news article titled: “What Are The Odds For China’s A-Shares Getting The MSCI Greenlight?” with publication date: April 06, 2017.

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