OK, the chart still looks pretty ugly on the surface, but if one digs deeper, the underlying indicators tell a different story. AWP has moved back above the 50 dma, money flow is positive, and the stock has clearly been under accumulation since December. I think if the Fed remains accomodative and other central bankers work in concert, AWP will reward patient investors handsomely.
Maybe, maybe not. It's true that it broke the 50 dma, but the RSI is getting precarious and may be setting up for a correction. I'd be more comfortable if it maintained above the 50 for 4-8 sessions--indicating the high probability of a breakout. You might lose out on some upside, but be more sure about the prospects.
I'm only looking at the chart since 1/22/08 (when I bought in). It may be that 1/22 was the actual bottom - wouldn't that be a first for me. But I agree chart is showing some positve mo, volume is a bit light but only because there are many great opportunities in real estate funds at the moment. Another thing to consider is that the charts for CEFs are not as easily readable or comparable with charts for companies given that the CEF pays a monthly distribution that causes pps to drop almost as quickly as NAV accumulates