The Buy or Sell Quandary Technical analysis, beloved by some, scorned by others, is a market assessment aid which can increase the reliability of making correct calls such as the oft recurring quandary of “Do I Buy, or Do I… Read More ›
Chart Review – Orica Limited (ORI)
This is a 24 month daily candlestick chart of Chemical commodity producer Orica Limited. Technical observations to be made: The share-price gapped sharply lower by about $2.50 to $16.50, on the 6/8/2015, to then enter into a trading range between… Read More ›
Chart Review – Admedus (AHZ)
What the charts don’t disclose! Charts do not lie. They are objective. They reflect market perceptions, but do not disclose the myriad of influences determining that sentiment, nor do they necessarily impart a balanced view of the chances of ongoing… Read More ›
CBA Chart Review.
Disclaimer: I am not qualified to give appropriate financial advice, and do not attempt to do so. I am qualified as a technical analyst and this post seeks to share information of a technical nature with other retail investors. This… Read More ›
Blue chip or second tier?
An article by Andrew Main, The Australian January 18, 2014 entitled ‘Selfies’ accused of distorting decisions on dividends, capital quotes a critical Credit Suisse Australia report by equity strategist Hasan Tevfik and analyst Damian Boey. http://www.theaustralian.comm.au/business/wealth/selfies-accused-of-distorting-decisions-on-dividends The accusation was made… Read More ›
Buy SIP and SAVE
Disclaimer The opinions expressed are my own, based on technical analysis, and should not be relied upon in making investment decisions, since I am not a licensed investment adviser. Previous post Sigma Pharmaceuticals was reviewed one month ago. I considered… Read More ›
Chart Review for XTEK
XTEK Limited is a little known, poorly performing (at least for shareholders) company that has suddenly come into prominence following an upbeat CEO address from Brian Malcolm at yesterday’s (21 November 2013) Annual General Meeting. He portrays the company as… Read More ›
Reading investment books for Love or for Money?
A new follower of the traders’ website Ten Bags Full recently asked what reading would be most helpful for someone new to the intrigues of the stock-market. My response: The most effective but harshest teacher is… Read More ›
In Growing Your Portfolio, Correctly Capturing Price Movement is more Important than Capturing the Best Price.
The two main hurdles to growing the value of your share portfolio are: To be caught on the wrong side of a price trend; to stay long (to buy first to be able to sell later at a profit) in a falling market, or… Read More ›
My musings as to why FKP Property Group’s share price has fallen so much.
Even although $FKP has disappointed and is not paying dividends at the moment, I think the tide is turning for the company judged on technical considerations. The share-price is a law unto itself with multiple participant groups jockeying for position… Read More ›