The price of Naspers has formed a triangle consolidation. The low volume which has accompanied the non-directional price movement over the last few weeks as well as the narrowing volatility indicated by the Bollinger bands confirm the current consolidation.
Breakout traders would look to a close above 187000 for an upside breakout or a close below 180000 for a downside breakout. The height of the consolidation (13000) predicts a move of equal distance in the direction of the breakout after it occurs. Breakout traders might use a sudden surge in the volume and/or sharp widening of the Bollinger Bands as confirmations of a true price breakout.
As the long term trend remains firmly up, traders might favour waiting for weakness to play out before looking for long entry, rather than trading against this longer term uptrend.