Continue Reading... How to buy stocks after the market crash – Covid-19
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How to buy stocks after the market crash – Covid-19

Markets have crashed recently, KLCI dropped to 1218.41 points, S&P500 fell 30.98% to 2304.93 and Dow Jones fell 33.84% to…

Continue Reading... Why cut loss is an important lesson and How to cut loss.
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Why cut loss is an important lesson and How to cut loss.

Recently there are some stocks drops before the quarterly report. Therefore, I decided to share on why and how to…

Continue Reading... Why I do not use Relative Strength Index (RSI)
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Why I do not use Relative Strength Index (RSI)

When I began my journey to learn technical analysis, the relative strength index (RSI) was one of the first indicators…

Continue Reading... How to use Simple Moving Average (SMA)
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How to use Simple Moving Average (SMA)

The simple moving average (SMA) is widely used as a guide for the current trend of a stock. The calculation…

Continue Reading... Spring or Shakeout
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Spring or Shakeout

Spring or shakeout action is an important event in the charts that chartists love to see. It usually occurs at…

Continue Reading... Wyckoff Events: Accumulation
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Wyckoff Events: Accumulation

As what I have promised to you on the previous post, these are the details of Wyckoff events: accumulation schematics….

Continue Reading... Wyckoff Price Cycle (Identify the smart money)
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Wyckoff Price Cycle (Identify the smart money)

We notice history repeats itself throughout human history; so does the stock market. Stocks are operated by big operators, normally…

Continue Reading... FBMKLCI Capitalisation Weighted Index
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FBMKLCI Capitalisation Weighted Index

FBM KLCI is a capitalisation weighted stock market index composed of the 30 largest companies on the Bursa Malaysia. A…

Continue Reading... Upthrust
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Upthrust

Upthrust is a failed breakout in an event of a stock rally. The stock moves above a resistance line and…

Continue Reading... The Ambiguity of Ascending Triangle and Descending Triangle.
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The Ambiguity of Ascending Triangle and Descending Triangle.

Some website and books refer ascending triangle to bullish pattern and descending triangle to bearish pattern. The following description is…