Spotlight shares 8/4: VRE, PC1, CCL

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Some notable stocks offered by securities companies include: VRE (Vincom Retail), PC1 (Power Construction 1) and CCL (Investment and Development of Cuu Long Petroleum Urban Area).

VRE – Accumulation

BIDV Banking Securities Joint Stock Company (BSC)

Technical highlights.

– Current trend: Cumulative.

– Trend indicator MACD: The MACD line is above the signal line.

– RSI indicator: The RSI is above the 50 value but has not entered the overbought zone.

– MA: Golden Cross appears.


VRE has been in accumulation in the 32 – 36 region for the past two months. The stock liquidity in recent sessions is still keeping stable value. Trend indicators are in a positive state.

The EMA12 has just crossed above the EMA26 and the momentum indicator RSI has not entered the overbought zone, so the stock has the potential to maintain its momentum in the short term.

Cổ phiếu tâm điểm 8/4: VRE, PC1, CCL - Ảnh 1.
VRE stock technical chart. (Source: BSC).

CCL – Positive

Yuanta Securities Vietnam JSC (FSC)

Technical highlights.

– Short term resistance: 19.36

– Short-term support: 13.63

– Short-term trend: Up

– Mid-term resistance: 19.36

– Mid-term support: 12.11

– Mid-term trend: Up


The Stock Rating of CCL is at 96 points, in which the basic score and the price strength are both above 80 points indicating the growth rating of this stock is positive.

The CCL price chart hit a 52-week high, and the short-term trend was lifted from a bearish to bullish.

Cổ phiếu tâm điểm 8/4: VRE, PC1, CCL - Ảnh 2.
CCL stock technical chart. (Source: VNDirect).

PC1 – Power generation will support 2021 revenue

Yuanta Securities Vietnam JSC (FSC)


According to a recent update report of Yuanta Securities Vietnam, Power Construction Joint Stock Company 1 (PC1) set a target of 2021 revenue of 8,000 billion VND, up 20.2% compared to 2020.

In which, electricity sales in 2021 is expected to increase 46% year-on-year, reaching VND 1,100 billion as the company will put three large-scale wind power projects into operation this year. Construction revenue is expected to increase 48.3%, reaching VND 4,500 billion thanks to projects that have been implemented since 2020.

However, PC1’s after-tax profit plan in 2021 is expected to be 516 billion dong, down slightly by 3.9% year-on-year. This may be due to the fact that real estate revenue, which has a high margin, is expected to drop by 86% to VND117 billion due to a new project being delayed until 2022.

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