Straits Times Index – Looming Correction Or Buying Opportunity?

With reference to my market outlook HERE posted on 11 May 2018, I mentioned at that time that I have started to sell into strength, as I am cautious on the overall market. I updated on 30 May 2018 (click HERE) that STI is likely to trade sideways with downward bias. Separately, my clients would have been notified on 12 June 2018 morning that I have already reduced my percentage invested to approximately 40% as I believe market is likely to trend downwards in the next couple of weeks.

STI Slumps, What Next?

With reference to my market outlook HERE posted on 11 May 2018, I mentioned at that I had sold into strength, as I was cautious about the overall market. Clients would have been aware / notified that I had already reduced my percentage invested to less than 60 percent.

STI Notched A 10-Year High – Time To Buy SG stocks?

Dow has logged a seventh consecutive rise and small caps as measured by S&P600 index have just closed at a record high as of 11 May 2018. Our Singapore market has also done us proud by becoming Asia’s best-performing equity market on 2 May 2018, after rising to a 10-year high since the financial crisis of 2008. In view of the above, is it a screaming buy for our Singapore market, especially for small caps which have underperformed?

Is Sunningdale Tech A “Goner”?

Sunningdale Tech (Sunningdale) has plunged 46 percent in less than half a year, from an intraday high of $2.40 on 6 November 2017 to close $1.30 on 30 April 2018. What happened? Is Sunningdale a “goner”?

Potential Trading Idea For DBS

Based on a simple tracking of DBS' share price performance from CD to XD, on average, DBS seems to have moved approximately 4 to 9 percent above its CD price, nearer to XD (translating to around $27.86-29.13). See Table 1 below. DBS is going to XD $1.10 on 3 May.
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S&P500 Below 200D EMA – First Since November 2016!

Previously, I mentioned in my write-up (21 March) that I am avoiding the event risk of the US tariff package against China (click HERE). This proves timely as S&P500 fell 129 points, or 4.7 percent from 2,717 on 20 March 2018 to close 2,588 on 23 March 2018.

Why Did Koda Slump 43 Percent From High Of $1.095?

Koda has dropped 43 percent from the high of $1.095 on 31 October 2017, to close $0.625 on 16 March 2018. Has Koda’s fundamentals deteriorate since October 2017 to warrant such a massive price decline?