Thursday, July 29, 2010
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
It's hard to predict what will market do in the future; is he wanted to stay sideway- or move higher or down; nobody know.
what you need to trust only to the chart.
on the chartwise,we can see the stock stay sideway movement for the 4th day.Either it will break out this week, we see the volume, if the volume indicate interest from the buyer; the price will push higher. Let see how it perform tomorrow.
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Monday, July 26, 2010
Saturday, July 24, 2010
**26th July :to those who read my entry and based on this list, some of the counters already break out from it - accumulate trend; it already trending up. the stock were : Latitud - KKB.
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Monday, July 19, 2010
for myself, i only interested in stock which it's PE value lower than it peer or its PE should be lower than 19.
Below some of the listing which capture my attention the most:
Titan - 0.4
**otherd peers for properties sector around 22.3-49.0! owhh!**
**Gamuda and MRCB stand for 34.2 & 41.6 PE**
Saturday, July 17, 2010
|=DJ UPDATE: US Stocks Tumble As Sentiment, Earnings Disappoint|
(Updates with additional company information, beginning in the 12th paragraph.)
NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--U.S. stocks tumbled Friday as a decline in consumer sentiment added to the market's disappointment over weaker-than-expected second-quarter revenue at Bank of America, Citigroup and General Electric.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 261.41 points, or 2.52%, to 10097.90, its biggest drop this month. For the week, the Dow fell 0.98%, marking its third week in the red out of the past four. The measure is still up 3.31% for the month but down 3.17% for the year.
All of the Dow's 30 components fell Friday, led by Bank of America, which tumbled 1.41, or 9.2%, to 13.98.
BofA was also the Dow's worst performer this week, with a drop of 7.5% during the period. The big bank's second-quarter earnings report revealed a jarring mix of falling profit and an estimate that Congress's just-passed financial-reform bill could hit the Charlotte-based bank for more than $10 billion by the end of next year. Revenue dropped 11% to $29.15 billion, below analysts' estimate for $29.75 billion.
General Electric declined 70 cents, or 4.6%, to 14.55. The conglomerate's second-quarter earnings rose 16%, marking the company's first profit growth in nine quarters, or since the financial crisis began. But revenue slipped 4.3% to $37.44 billion and came in short of analysts' consensus $38.37 billion view. GE blamed the trend on downsizing at GE Capital as well as lower industrial equipment sales and dispositions of some industrial assets.
"It's not surprising we're getting a little disappointment on the top line because we're not seeing enough economic growth to really generate really strong numbers," said Russ Koesterich, managing director of BlackRock's scientific active-equity business.
Adding to the investors' worries, a key reading on consumer sentiment came in well below the prior reading as well as expectations, indicating consumer-sentiment levels hit a wall as of mid-July.
"That took the wind out of the market," Koesterich said. "Analysts got way too excited about the resumption in consumption and we're getting a reality check. For the consumer this is going to be a long, slow recovery."
The Nasdaq Composite dropped 70.03, or 3.11%, to 2179.05. It declined 0.79% this week. Technology stocks were dragged lower after Google missed second-quarter projections, sending shares down 34.41, or 7%, to 459.61.
The Standard & Poor's 500 index declined 31.60, or 2.88%, to 1064.88. It slipped 1.21% this week.
The financial sector led the S&P 500's broad slide Friday. Weighing on the sector, Citigroup dropped 26 cents, or 6.3%, to 3.90. While the bank's earnings topped analysts' estimates, it joined Bank of America and General Electric in missing analysts' revenue expectations. Citi's revenue dropped 33% to $22.07 billion, below the Street's estimate for $22.16 billion. Weak investment-banking results, anemic loan demand, and a lack of progress in U.S. consumer-banking businesses hampered the results.
Goldman Sachs eked out a gain of 95 cents, or 0.7%, to 146.17, bucking the financial sector's slump after the Securities and Exchange Commission announced a settlement of a lawsuit accusing the firm of misleading investors about a subprime mortgage product. The SEC said Goldman will pay $550 million and reform its business practices to settle the charges. Goldman didn't admit or deny the allegations but acknowledged making a mistake in its marketing materials.
Charles Schwab was another rare bright spot in the financial sector with a climb of 59 cents, or 4.1%, to 15.14. The discount brokerage reported flat second-quarter profit but showed signs of emerging from the damage inflicted by low interest rates and money market fund fee waivers.
Gannett slid 1.61, or 11%, to 13.50. The media company's second-quarter profit more than doubled, thanks to tax gains and strong gains at its broadcast and digital divisions, but its largest source of revenue--print advertising--continued a worrisome decline.
Polycom (Nasdaq) dropped 3.26, or 10%, to 28.75. The maker of audio and data conferencing products posted an 18% drop in second-quarter profit on higher overhead costs, which masked revenue and gross-margin growth.
Federated Investors slipped 20 cents, or 1%, to 20.84. The company agreed to acquire $17 billion in money-market assets from SunTrust Banks as the regional bank completed a review of what to do with the operation. SunTrust fell 1.88, or 7.5%, to 23.31.
Genuine Parts rose 1.08, or 2.6%, to 43.23. The parts distributor and seller's second-quarter profit rose 20%, topping Wall Street's forecasts, on continued strength in its automotive segment. Chief Executive Thomas Gallagher said "we are optimistic that we can show continued progress over the balance of the year."
-By Donna Kardos Yesalavich, Dow Jones Newswires; 212-416-2188; firstname.lastname@example.org
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Friday, July 16, 2010
Formation of symmetrical triangle?
"these patterns, both the symmetrical triangles on the bullish as well as the bearish side are known to experience early breakouts that give investors a "head fake". Hold off for a day or two after the breakout and determine whether or not the breakout is for real. Experts tend to look for a one-day closing price above the trendline in a bullish pattern and below the trendline in bearish chart pattern.
Remember, look for volume at the breakout and confirm your entry signal with a closing price outside the trendline. " by Investopedia Staff .
What your position?
Thursday, July 15, 2010
- Construction Sector- Mudajaya
- Consumer Product Sector - Tradewinds / BAT / TChong
- Finance Sector- CIMB/ Public Bank
- Industrial Product Sector- Supermax/ Kossan
- Plantation Sector- Sarawak Oil Palm/ United Plantation/ Bounsted Holding
- Properties Sector- Sunrise/Mahsing
- Trading servces/IPC and Tech Sector-Pharmaniaga/BerjayaSport/Berjaya Land
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Investor expo 2010, will be held @ KLCC from 17-18th July 2010.
LEARN & GROW YOUR WEALTH
Educational sessions about investment vehicles, investment tips, the market outlook, and much more!
Got Unisem last week with average price of RM2.98, *000 units. Up to this week, the stock still in uptrending; still riding.
Supported at rm2.8 support line, strengthen with BB middle line 9, EMA 14 & 31.
Sunshine thru my windows, that what you are.. **Garbiel, Sunshine** (-_-)
Start to fall in love with this stock later month ago; when my RSI scanning spot this counter already oversold by the herd. A good counter- fundamental seems good- technical? opss let, seek the truth before entering.
Tada, at least for a short term trading am making profit at least 15% , -_-
Entry at support RM 3.78, exit at 4.36 ( really!, i get exited at the top before it start to bearish again!) The idea still underneath; see the RSI & volume, then you can interpret.
First of all you have ** must have** the CDS account; just walk in to nearest investment house nearest you, and register.Tada! in a week should be you can start trading.
What is investment house?
Banks which provide investment utilities either thru online or call remiser. To mane several of it: Maybank-Cimb-OSK-Jupiter-RHB.
you can check the service fees before sign in up, remember; a small penny will count too!
Then, from losses/profit experiences, i learnt and learnt and try to make the best trading systems which will suit with my risk tolerance. The foundation is still fundamental based and the rest you can rely to techical to enter the stock.
HAIO chart wise:
RSI-oversold ** this i interpret as a good buy sice you can get good stock at cheaper price
BB-if the price broke below the middle line, its to confirm the stock still in bearish authority.
Support/ Resistance line - Support line at RM3.62.