Some ASX Shares to watch!!

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ASX shares to put on the watchlist!!

The markets have been tough with a lot of ASX shares failing to exhibit the price action to warrant a trade. The US continues to fight with inflation while our Local RBA admits that they got it wrong in a previous inflation assessment. Either way you look at it, shares have been very contained which is a far cry from the previous years ‘buy the dip’ mentality.

Below are some shares that I am watching that fall within my criteria for entry. It is still early stages for many but the price action is showing some positive signs. I do feel that the ASX200 is due for a pullback and then lets see if buyers can hold a higher level.

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