1. Since 2016, I have been talking about this Securities Wrap service which some of my clients had adopted. Let me briefing explain how this Securities Wrap service works. Traditionally, it has been part of the securities regulations that Trading Representatives like me are not allowed to give advices on client’s investment positions. Trading advices like what and how much to buy or sell are not allowed. Hence, it is tough for Trading Representatives like me, whom practises prudent financial investment management, to help clients to improve their investment strategies. At the end of 2015, Phil

  2. Many of us had gone through the bountiful year of 2017 as the market rallied more than 18% in the year. As I have already reported my personal investment portfolio returns for 2017, I will also be reporting the portfolio performance of my client’s group whom I have been tracking for years. This will help us to understand whether general investors will be able to rip the kind of return that we have always imagined off during the bullish market.

    As stated in the previous year, the main objective of these statistic figures is to showcase that investing in stock market will produce an av

  3. Last week is a brand new start for Straits Times Index as the market starts trading for year 2018. The short week started with a bang as STI propelled strongly towards 3450 resistance level. Traders and investors were buoyant by the positive mood as the usual Capricorn effect starts to affect the month of January. Reports were citing strong economic numbers were seen in both US and China as the reasons for the strength in the market. Through all these strong reasoning, STI was able to break its resistance of 3450 with the high of 3469 level easily on Wednesday and Thursday respectively. Som

  4. Happy 2018 everyone! Year of 2017 turned out eventful for many as the Straits Times Index managed to end the year with a whopping 18.13% of gain. This gain was achieved when everyone was concerned on the newly minted President Trump’s policy changes to missiles and nuclear testing by the North Koreans. Before 2017, many expected the year to be of challenges which leads to advices on cautiousness. Looking back, if one is to hold back due to these concerns, you will have missed the opportunities that happened in 2017.

    I can hear people asking why the market is not trading based on the

  5. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone! Today’s weekly analysis will be the last of the year before we embark to tackle 2018’s market.

    Straits Times Index faced another bearish week as the market comes to an end to celebrate Christmas day. Selling pressure was seen happening throughout the week as short-term bearish pressure continues. Trading volume was on the low side as it always happens during the Christmas period. Hence, there is no room for panic as the selling pressure is not strong. On Thursday, STI failed to hold above the 50 day MA line at 3390 level. This indicates

  6. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone! Today’s weekly analysis will be the last of the year before we embark to tackle 2018’s market.

    Straits Times Index faced another bearish week as the market comes to an end to celebrate Christmas day. Selling pressure was seen happening throughout the week as short-term bearish pressure continues. Trading volume was on the low side as it always happens during the Christmas period. Hence, there is no room for panic as the selling pressure is not strong. On Thursday, STI failed to hold above the 50 day MA line at 3390 level. This indicates

  7. Straits Times Index had a volatile week last week as it attempted to break its resistance at 3450 level. In the early week, STI managed to maintain break this resistance level and maintained above 3450 level. This breakout proved to be unsustainable as sellers were seen repeatedly trying to push STI back below 3450 level after the breakout happened on Monday. Eventually, announcement of interest rate hike in China and reports of future interest rate hikes by Fed US spooked the market. Confidence crumbled on Thursday caused sharp selling pressure to happen. On Friday, market participants wer

  8. 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. Hence, selling pressure was seen during the week with particularly strong pressure happening on Wednesday. STI hit the lowest of 3377 level on Thursday as the market prepared itself for economic data announcement in US. The announcement turns out to be positive, which hel

  9. 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. STI managed to break 3450 resistance level momentarily during the day as profit takers entered the market, avoiding positions over the weekend. With this cautiousness, STI closed the week with 7.39pts up at 3449.54 level.

    As the Straits Times

  10. 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. Talks of deeper correction were hyped up during the mid week which created further fear. Key support level at 3355 was broken on Thursday which sparked more bearish talks in the market. However, US rebounded strongly on Thursday ni