Archive for June, 2009

June 2009 In Review

Okay, so June wasn’t such a hot month … at least not in the market anyway … can’t say the same for the weather. Its been scorching here, in Macau, K.L. and in Jakarta. It has been another busy month for me yet again as I ran from capital to capital to cater to hungry […]

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Week In Preview – June 22, 2009 BMO

With a little more than 2 weeks to go till the start of Q3’s Earnings Season, the market is going to see a lot of action between now and then. This coming week is going to be a bumpy ride with the market anticipating and then reacting to the Fed’s June Monetary Policy meeting which […]

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The Straw That Breaks The Camel’s Back(side)

Have you seen the shape of a camel’s back? It slopes all the way down to its arse. Have you seen the shape of the DOW? It looks like it’s about to slope all the way down to an arse too. And it’s about to make all of us look like one too … an arse, […]

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Sooner Rather Than Later

You enter a trade. It goes well for the first few moments. Then without warning, it turns and goes the wrong way! Horror of horrors! Now in the heat of the moment, you battle your wits for the best decision to make as the trade gets worse … cut now? … or wait a while […]

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May 2009 In Review

Okay. So we didn’t have that 40% sell-off. Looks like 2007 all over again. And that is even worse news because 2007 tanked in Q4 when it became grossly overbought. May’s rally was even more non-sensical than the March/April run. I don’t want to get into technical details on this posting but I will say […]

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“Why Teach When You Can Trade?” Epilogue

I would like to thank each and every one of you who commented on; “Why Teach When You Can Trade?” Part 1 of 3 “Why Teach When You Can Trade?” Part 2 of 3 “Why Teach When You Can Trade?” Part 3 of 3 This was a very special series of postings that I refrained […]

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