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Straits Times Index might start to build sideways momentum.

Bearish sentiment had broken the bullish streak of Straits Times Index last week. Lacking of fresh bullish catalyst caused buyers to stay out of the market for the week. Overwhelmed by concerns of possible weak economic data, many market participants preferred to take profit off the market to avoid any risk of uncertainty.

Straits Times Index hovering at resistance of 3450 level.

It had been a rather flat week for Straits Times Index as the market attempts to find reason to trade higher in fear of higher tax reforms in US. Many market participants were staying sidelines at the moment as they wait for more clarity in the market. Despite the cautious mood, STI is still able to test its resistance level at 3450 last Friday.

Straits Times Index facing retracement risk

Bullish streak for Strait Times Index had ended last week as the market rushed to exit the market. The week started flat as many are still finding clues to spur the market towards upside. However, bearish movements in US market had caused jitters to the Singapore market on Tuesday. Many rushed to exit the market as buyers were also fearful in entering the market.

Straits Times Index to remain bullish till resistance level.

New high was form for the year as Straits Times Index continues its bullish run last week. The week started flat on Monday as market participants were consolidating for more reasons to buy in the market. On Tuesday, the market rushed higher as earnings reports from various companies brought confidence back into the market. This helped STI to reach as high as 3429.11pts during the week.