(17May2018 Update: See part 2 here.) Investagrams’ Inspire PH 2018 was held in SMX MOA last April 28, 2018. Compared to last year’s event entitled Traders’ Summit, this year’s event […]
At the end of the day, the market does what the market does. As such, the “why” is of secondary importance. What’s more important is “what to do” and “how to react” during these turbulent times.
Using the fibonacci retracement tool, Juan can see possible support and resistances, as well as potential target prices. This need not be an exact science, but more of an area where a possible pivot point / reversal can occur.
Again and again, we urge people who want to be serious about stocks trading to study, study, study. Come up with your own personal trading plan, come up with your own style, your own screener, your own buy and sell rules. This is not being selfish, this is about being responsible and mature. There is a proper venue to learn, to be taught (in seminars, webinars, etc). There is a time to research and read up on your own. There are better ways to spend your time rather than posting questions in groups and reading the varied reactions (either helpful or hateful).
Index closed up by 130pts or 1.5%. Curiously, there was significant movement on close from index heavyweights ($SM, $AC, $ALI). Good bounce from the 9SMA, and today’s action seem to negate the long bearish candle last Friday, continuing the bounce since Oct27. 8600 resistance coming up.
Missed the Trader’s Summit but serious on becoming a stocks trader or investor? Well here are my notes on the event. Sharing with you my key takeaways on the trading inspirations, some technical know-hows and trading psychology.
PSE: FNI is now at 2.77 which is the 23.6% retracement from Nov2016 highs and 2.33 lows / support. Can the stock break the resistance this time with a slower pace (almost 1 month) compared to previous attempts which were faster and steeper? Or will it be another failed attempt? Other indicators such as stochastics, MACD and RSI are still supportive of a further run.
With momentum, PSE: SSP easily breached the 50% and 61.8% retracements. It closed last week at 2.95, slightly above the 78.6% retracement, which is also the area of resistance in early 2015. Volume has once again picked up similar to IPO levels. Will the momentum be sustained this week?
We should not fall in love with any stock, and we should be able to sell the slow ones (with no attachments) as soon as we find better alternatives.
Also made a test buy on PSE: SSI, again for my new tsupit fund (TF). Under the same premise that SSI is now ready to climb. After the long bullish candle to start Feb, SSI did not gain much ground in the succeeding trading days. But it seems to be forming a flag waiting for a break on the narrowing channel. Waiting for newcomers?