David Sylvain

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Stock Market Analysis: 07/16/09

Any online investor / trader seeks an excellent off or online future trading career opportunity. Large trading volumes tend to appear in close proximity to strong price levels and pivot points. Reactions prior to and after important levels. 1. Historical trendy boutique Market Dataset – This dataset includes the historical daily prices and volume information for US stocks and ETFs trading on NASDAQ, NYSE, and NYSE MKT. It had been a decent year in term of returns for investors in the stock market. As the title mentions, this list focuses on scanners investors can use for free. Hopefully, 2018 will be a better year for all but I guess it will be a tough ask for most investors out there to replicate the performance in 2017. Nevertheless, with some rationalization of my portfolio this year to prune down some stocks and adding onto my more confident positions, I hope to enter 2018 with a more robust portfolio to tackle the volatile markets. The rationalization to prune down stocks is still work in progress and will continue well into 2018 and beyond. The process to prune down the number of stocks in my portfolio will continue as well.

 

But in a flat to rising market, I think it all boils down to one thing, “price”. I think I will pick stocks this year and give readers a chance to fill in the blanks yourselves. In term of readings, I have quite a bit of catch up work to do after skipping some of them during the course of the year. I have bought the following companies from the market this month – Bund Center, ComfortDelgro, Delfi, Far East Orchard, Global Testing, Hotel Properties, Hwa Hong, Jardine C&C, LTC Corp, Raffles Medical, Sabana REIT, Sinarmas Land, Singapore Reinsurance, Singapore Shipping, Singapura Finance, Stamford Land, Straits Trading, Teckwah, Thakral, TIH and UIC. I have bought the following companies from the market this month – Bonvests, Boustead Projects, Bund Center, F&N, GL, Global Investments, Hongkong Land, Hotel Properties, Jardine C&C, Lum Chang, Mandarin Oriental, Metro, OUE, Sembcorp Industries, SIA Engineering, Sing Investment & Finance, Tan Chong International, UOB Kay Hian, Wheelock, Yeo Hiap Seng and Yoma.

 

I have bought the following companies from the market this month – AP Oil, Bund Center, ComfortDelgro, Delfi, Global Testing, GRP, Ho Bee Land, Hotung, HRnetGroup, Hwa Hong, Low Keng Huat, Lum Chang, Mandarin Oriental, MegaChem, Metro, Raffles Medical, Sinarmas Land, Singapore Reinsurance, Singapore Shipping, ST Engineering, Stamford Land, Teckwah, TIH, UIC, UOB Kay Hian and Yeo Hiap Seng. Small Cap Bull 3x (TNA) – TNA continues to trade in the low $60’s. This means in terms of diversification, the returns, and low fees and costs. This is listed in the 100,000s, so 256 means 256,000 shares were bought and sold on the last day that the market was open. Certainly not because a Merrill Lynch has downgraded the whole sector – thats a blessing in disguise – a temporary lower stock price just means a higher dividend yield, allowing my dividend to purchasing more shares. With markets expected to continue to be volatile going forward, I will be investing more prudently while mindful on its downside risk. Going forward, I will be holding lesser stocks but with heavier allocation in my top holdings. Otherwise, with the exception of STI component stocks in the list, other stocks held up quite well despite the selloff.