Global indices have recently tumbled at least 6 percent since their recent high. Will markets fall further?
Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel) has breached below $3.50 on February 2018 on increased volume, the lowest close since 4 February 2016. Will Singtel go lower?
GSS Energy (GSS) announced that it has struck oil and (surprise) gas in its first well on 13 December 2017. Share price jumped to an intraday high of $0.178 on 14 December 2017, after the trading halt was lifted but it has since weakened to an intra-day low of S$0.156 on 21 December 2017 before closing at $0.161.
Ying Li's chart seems to be consolidating nicely around $0.14. Where will it go from here?
STI has closed at 3,420, in line with my view that STI’s chart continues to be bullish (refer to my technical write-up on STI HERE), despite the elevated RSI.
Based on yesterday’s close, Nasdaq clocked a 63rd record close for 2017 and overtook the previous 62 record closes for 1980! S&P500, Nasdaq and Dow registered their 25th record close for 2017 simultaneously, matching the record established in 1995.
Straits Times Index (STI) has closed at 3,386, a fresh 29-month high on 27 October 2017. Some of you who have been less than 30 percent invested in your portfolios and have not added more exposure in their equities portfolio last month are wondering whether you have missed out on the rally. Should you continue to chase this?
Sapphire Corporation (Sapphire) surged 11.5 percent to touch an intraday high of $0.340 on the morning of 20 October upon an announcement posted on SGX during the night of 19 October. It closed $0.01 higher at $0.315.
In my technical write-up on GSS Energy (GSS) dated 14 September 2017 (click HERE), I highlighted the possibility that GSS may be on the verge of forming a potential inverse head and shoulder formation.
Hatten Land (Hatten) has been trading in a tight range $0.192 to 0.210 for the past two months. Recently, there seems to be a pick up in the volume traded for the past two days.