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Hi Stephen The DJI hourly chart look like double bottom, isnt it ? If it is then whats the implication, short term rebound ? BR Tom Ek
hi Stephen Is inari forming top head & shoulder ? BR Tom ek
Hi Stephen can you comment on drbhcom Thank you Tom Ek
Q&A : Fundamental Analysis EPS Cannot Cover Dividend
If the EPS of a company cannot cover the annual dividend, how can I determine if the company can cover the dividend from their cash flow? Where do I …
Q &A : SKP Resources 7155
hi sifu , 1st want to thank you for your TA on ocncash. i hv learned alot from your stock market course also. Pls comment on skpres, i spot the bottoming …
Is Oceancash Pacific Showing A Descending Triangle?
Is the chart show descending triangle?
Bought this counter at RM3.52 just a day ago. Apparently, the price has dropped to RM3.42. Just wonder if you could share with me your expertise on whether …
Does trying to sell stock after midnight count as a day trade?
Hi. I wanted to get clarification on day trading that seems to be impossible to research online. I know that buying and selling a stock during the same …
May 05, 22 10:24 AM
What is the market doing and what is it likely to do?
Apr 27, 22 09:01 AM
As we enter April, will we continue to move higher or will there be a correction coming?
Apr 13, 22 11:46 PM
Apple is one of those stocks that we should look at almost every day. The reasons is because it is a component of the Dow Jones, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq.
Apr 12, 22 09:38 AM
Here are a list of stocks that are at their 50 MA and 200 MA. The 50 day moving average and 200 day moving average can be a support area where stocks bounce off
Apr 12, 22 09:34 AM
Here are a list of stocks that have broke out or about to break out. Breakout stocks can often give us a good reward to risk ratio.