Thursday, January 30, 2014

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

The slight rebound turns into a stampede. Cash KLCI currently up 12...

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Small rebound...

There's gold in them there hills

Monday, January 27, 2014

The MACD is an indicator of trend. So on the daily, the trend had very obviously down. 

Stanislas Wawrinka outlasts injured Rafael Nadal to win his first grand slam title | The Courier-Mail

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Sunday, January 26, 2014

Li Na's commanding Australian Open win lifts her to world No. 3 | The Australian

Friday, January 24, 2014

Stocks tumble after mixed economic news in the U.S. and disappointing news on China’s economy rattle investors | Hot Stock Minute - Yahoo Finance

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Australian Open final will be Li Na v Domenika Cibulkova

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

A bit of slight of hand and manipulation can put the longs under the kosh, such is this thin market...

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

UEM Sunrise (UEMS) out of the FBM KLCI today, replaced by the IOIPG. When a stock is pummeled down by those who are 'forced' to sell....

A buy sign??

Monday, January 20, 2014

After having their time in the sun, two gap ups in the price sees them giving back some .....

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

FKLI futures, 1824 the danger level for the bulls...

Friday, January 10, 2014

Thursday, January 09, 2014

Fcpo 5 min momentum turns?

The new group of performers takes over...

Tuesday, January 07, 2014

US dollar Gold futures

Saturday, January 04, 2014

2014 A Golden year???

Friday, January 03, 2014

It's a case of easy come easy go, as easily as the index can rise, it can be hammered. Up to the whim and fancy by the operator... Who are they? JP Morgan?? Plausible suspects....

Thursday, January 02, 2014

January effect

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The January effect is a seasonal anomaly in the financial market where securities' prices increase in the month of January more than in any other month. This creates an opportunity for investors to buy stock for lower prices before January and sell them after their value increases.
Therefore, the main characteristics of the January Effect are an increase in buying securities before the end of the year for a lower price, and selling them in January to generate profit from the price differences.
The recurrent nature of this anomaly suggest that the market is not efficient, as market efficiency would suggest that this effect should disappear.
The January Effect was first observed in, or before, 1942 by investment banker Sidney B. Wachtel.[1] It is the observed phenomenon that since 1925, small stocks have outperformed the broader market in the month of January, with most of the disparity occurring before the middle of the month.[2]
When combined with the four-year presidential cycle, historically the largest January Effect occurs in year three of a president's term.[3]
The most common theory explaining this phenomenon is that individual investors, who are income tax-sensitive and who disproportionately hold small stocks, sell stocks for tax reasons at year end (such as to claim a capital loss) and reinvest after the first of the year. Another cause is the payment of year end bonuses in January. Some of this bonus money is used to purchase stocks, driving up prices. The January effect does not always materialize; for example, small stocks underperformed large stocks in January 1982, 1987, 1989 and 1990.[4][5]

Wednesday, January 01, 2014


2013 will be remembered as the year of arguably one of the great bull market phase

"There is the plain fool who does the wrong thing at all times anywhere, but there is the Wall Street fool who thinks he must trade all the time."J Livermore Manchester City FCl Crude Palm Oil


From Dragons and Bulls by Stanley Kroll
Intro and Foreword
The Importance of an Investment Strategy
5 The Art of War, by Sun Tau (circa 506 BC) and The Art of Trading Success (circa AD 1994)
That's the way you want to bet/a>
Long-term v Short term trading
Technicals v Fundamentals
Perception v Reality
Part 1: Winners and Losers
Part 2: Winners and Losers
Sun Tzu: The Art of War
Those who tell don't know, those who know don't tell
Why there is no such thing as a "bad market"
The Secret to Trading Success
The Experts, do they know better?
Risk control and money management
Good advice
The 'good bets' business by Larry Hite
Don't lose your shirt
Ed Sykota's secret trend trading system