Wed 9 Jan 2019
The FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI index hit a low of 1626 on 18 Dec 2018 and over the last 3 weeks has since rebounded to a close of 1672 yesterday. The current rally over the period actually hit a high of 1701 on 31 Dec, which was likely due to window dressing activities. Continue reading Hot sector – How to play sector rotation and make alpha (outperform)
BURSA MALAYSIA (TUE, 08 JAN 2019)
MID-DAY LUNCH BREAK REVIEW Continue reading Lunch Break Review – 8th Jan 2019
BURSA MALAYSIA (MON, 07 JAN 2019)
MID-DAY LUNCH BREAK REVIEW Continue reading Lunch Break Review – 7th Jan 2019
Mon 7 Jan 2019
US stocks rallied on last Friday after two positive pieces of news for the market. The first one was where the US Labour Department said the U.S. economy added 312,000 jobs in December, which blew past an expectation of 176,000 jobs. The second piece of news was where the US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank will be patient in raising rates, quelling fears of tighter monetary policy in the near future. Continue reading Market – Bull opportunity or bull trap in local and global markets?
BURSA MALAYSIA (FRI, 04 JAN 2019)
MID-DAY LUNCH BREAK REVIEW Continue reading Lunch Break Review – 4th Jan 2019
BURSA MALAYSIA (THU, 03 JAN 2019)
MID-DAY LUNCH BREAK REVIEW Continue reading Lunch Break Review – 3rd Jan 2019
Fri 4 Jan 2019
It’s sounds like déjà vu all over again especially for high-flying technology stocks. U.S. stocks fell sharply on Thursday following a dire quarterly warning from Apple. The iPhone maker blamed a slowing Chinese economy for the shortfall, intensifying fears that the global economy may be slowing down because of the ongoing trade war. Continue reading Hot Sector – When to (really) buy back Technology stocks?
Thur 3 Jan 2019
The market performance is in for 2018 and it was a sorry state for most markets in 2018 after a strong 2017.
The world’s biggest markets, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P500 were down 6.2 percent and 5.6 percent, respectively, for 2018. Both indices posted their biggest annual losses since 2008, when they plunged 38.5 percent and 33.8 percent, respectively. The Nasdaq Composite lost 3.9 percent in 2018, its worst year in a decade, when it dropped 40 percent. Continue reading Special Message for 2019
BURSA MALAYSIA (WED, 02 JAN 2019)
MID-DAY LUNCH BREAK REVIEW Continue reading Lunch Break Review – 2nd Jan 2019
Mon 31 Dec 2018
Algorithm trading is likely to remain at the forefront of the investment industry worldwide and it has even been blamed for some two weeks of wild volatility in US stocks in the last two weeks of December 2018. Continue reading Portfolio – The future is algorithm trading and big data analytics whether it’s a bull or bear market in 2019