FTSE STI traded as what we have forecasted ! During our last Effective Technical Analysis and Market Forecasting Class, we learned the required skills and tools, corrected the common TA mistakes and made a market forecast on FTSE STI on 3rd Sept 18. Since then, STI traded towards our first technical objective of 3,100 and rebounded. We learned: The required mindset for technical analysis application Practical application of technical tools and avoided common mistakes Make forecast markets using simple technical tools Will STI follow through and trade towards 3,000 or break out of current down trend channel? Join us at the next session, we'll forecast STI next moves together , and also learn to spot trading opportunities using technical analysis on 10 Oct 2018 (Wed) . Registration and Workshop Info: HERE Disclaimer applies.
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Straits Times Index - FTSE STI Singapore has one of the most open economy in the world with significant exposure to Supply Chain. Our Trade-to-GDP Ratio is 322% in 2017 as indicated by World Bank. Trade Tension will have direct impact on our economy if trade volume were to drop off. Such data and event probability forecast would have already been computed and with actions taken by hedge funds or people familiar with global trades. What about private traders like us?? Nope, we do not necessary need to lose out, as long as we trade alongside with them. Having knowledge of the Wyckoff price cycle and its characteristics help traders recognise the actions of these smart money and trade in-line with their plans. In our case of Straits Times Index (STI), by applying Wyckoff analysis, we expect the index to trade towards 1st objective of 3,100 and 2nd objective 2,960. With the above, private traders could take short trades alongside smart mon
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During early days of my trading, its very frustrating seeing my stock trapped in a trading range....guessing day and night if its breaking up or down. Its worst for some of my trend-trading friends anticipating breakouts......buying near to the top of the range.......before cutting lost when the stock trades back to the lower bottom range. One of the key teaching of Richard Wyckoff Method is the analysis of a trading range; Accumulation, Re-accumulation, Distribution and Re-distribution. With his deep experience working with market insiders, he drafted out a set of rules helping private traders to identify the true actions of smart money, trade alongside with the smart money. Here is a summarised range analysis of Singapore Post (S08), applying the Richard Wyckoff Method. You'll see the tell tale signs of a bearish re-distribution range as it develops, helping private traders to avoid long on the stock or profit by shorting the stock. Bearish Signs of Re-Distributi