Thursday, September 28, 2006

Chartered C27

Stock on tight trading range since 14 Aug: from $1.18 to $1.27. RSI and Volume are having favourable patterns. Once $1.27 is cleared, future looks bright!

Monday, September 18, 2006

MMP Reit

Chart looks favourable. And with US fund likely to invest more in Singapore REIT, MMP Reit is now attractive!

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

See the future!

From the STI, and the MACD envelopes it is now unfavourable to rush in.

Friday, September 08, 2006


Markets- Regional markets have corrected sharply over the past 2 days.
Nikkei has lost 583 points from recent high while the HSI has lost
500 points over the past 4 days. Still, there is no sign of trend
on either of these bourses. Price chart on the Nikkei suggests that
current decline towards 15831 is part of a large wedge pattern that
still holds the potential for another advance. Similarly, the pattern
the HSI shows a "flat' structure which according to Elliott wave
theory is
a minor corrective structure. Specifically the pattern looks like the
terminal stage of a wave 4 move which could reverse back up from the
16950-17000 range.
In Singapore, the ST index's 30 odd decline from 2534 has not formed a
bearish 5 wave decline and as such holds scope for further advance.
significant So long as the index holds above the 38% retracement level
the move from 2525-2434 or 2492, there is scope for further advance. So
in all, we would recommend readers to hold on to some of our earlier
recommended long trades. Celestial Nutrifood for example has trendline
support near $1.60 and is still in an uptrend. SPC, likewise has
support near $4.88 and is unlikely to deteriorate further. We also
to favour China HongXing at $1.62, Global testing remains attractive at
$0.26 as in UTAC at $0.75.

Japanese Stocks Decline on Stronger Yen; Canon, Takeda Fall

By Makiko Suzuki

Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Japanese stocks fell after the yen advanced against the euro and dollar, reducing the value of overseas sales at companies such as Canon Inc., which last year got about one third of its sales from Europe.

``The currency's gain has heightened investor concern over a stronger yen,'' said Soichiro Monji, who helps oversee 447 billion as equity strategist at Daiwa SB Investments Ltd. in Tokyo. ``Exporter stocks will be weak today.''

Companies that rely on U.S. sales, including Sony Corp., also declined on speculation a housing slump there will curb consumer spending in Japan's biggest overseas market.

The Nikkei 225 Stock Average fell 104.89, or 0.7 percent, to 15,907.52 as of 9:11 a.m. in Tokyo. The broader Topix index lost 4.08, or 0.3 percent, to 1609.38.

Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. fell after saying it will scrap development of an experimental diabetes treatment.

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