Last evening, we had our Active Traders’ Club gathering, where we got the leaders and members of the Club down for a night of presentations, discussions and fun!
First off, we had Dan Chang (@dAnccs, Top 10 in the SGX Bull Charge Stock Challenge, Remisier), who presented on how to strategize a robust trade plan.
Next, we had TheBearProwl (Aaron Sim @thebearprowl, 1st Position in the SGX Bull Charge Stock Challenge, Blogger) who presented on the current bear market situations.
After that, we had Robin Ho (@robinho, Top-Tier Remisier, Blogger and Veteran Trader) present on his outlook on the US and HK markets.
An advocate of derivatives such as index futures and Daily Leverage Certificates (DLC), Robin also presented on how retail traders can utilise such derivatives to enhance their trading returns as part of their day trading strategy. …
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The Trade War has escalated once again.
Yes, you guessed it right.
All by the SNAP of Trump’s fingers.
On Sunday the US president decided to snap his fingers and tweeted that tariffs of 10% on certain goods would rise to 25% on Friday, and $325bn of untaxed goods could face 25% duties “shortly”.
This has caused both US and Chinese stock markets to dive.
For months, investors and companies had been lulled into a sense of security that the world’s two largest economies appeared to be getting closer to a deal to resolve their battle.
That calm was utterly shattered this week.
How’s it all going to affect you? Yes YOU, the diligent Singaporean retail investor.
This is a serious, volatile and gloomy time for all investors.
Join us at this exclusive event to find out what Top traders think on Thursday, 16th May 2019, 7 – 9pm.
Here’s what to expect:
✔ Are we turning into a bear market? The special case of an STI component stock
✔ Singapore, Hang Seng Market Outlook
✔ Thinking like The Big Boys: Using Game Theory in Daily Trading
✔ Fibonnaci Levels in Trading: What Can Numbers Show
✔ Strategising a Trade Plan
✔ Panel Discussion: What’s Interesting To Trade For the Month Of May? How will stocks move forward?
Time, tide and the Trade war waits for no man.
Limited seats only. But feel free to bring a friend along.
Exclusively for Active Traders’ Clubs members only.
Join the Club now → https://www.investingnote.com/groups/42
Join us for this exclusive seminar conducted by veteran trader Collin Seow, to know the exact points and mechanics to enter your stock/asset at the best time without uncertainty.
In the information age, it is important to use just the right amount of technology to help you achieve higher performance in the stock market with less time, in a systematic way.
Having a simple and back-tested system is important to provide unemotional trades with high accuracy, so that you do not have to spend days pouring through and over-analysing a particular company or stock. Staring at the computer for hours does not necessarily lead to placing a great trade anymore.
In fact, you could build a high probability long/short watchlist of stocks within 10 minutes or less, provided you understand the key strategic idea behind it, which will be revealed to you so that you can emulate it back at your trading desk.
Key learning points include:
✔ How to find the highest probability opportunities in the entire Singapore and US markets?
✔ How to know the best timing and price to buy or sell your individual stocks?
✔ How can consistency be really achieved when trading in the stock market?
✔ How to significantly reduce your risk in the stock market when you diversify appropriately without leaving too much money on the table?
Date: 10 April 2019 (Wed)
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Registration starts from 6.30pm.
Venue: 137 Cecil Street, Level 4, Hengda Building, Singapore 069537
Limited seats. First come, first serve basis.
So…Register Now, Come Later!
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If you haven’t heard of our new product feature, the ability to create your own Groups in our investor social network.
We’ve assemble together a group of veteran traders from different backgrounds and fortes to come together.
This group is known as the Active Traders’ Club.
This special, collective club was created to help retail traders get in touch with a few specially-invited top, verified trading veterans to publish trading ideas and analysis on blue chip stocks and regional stock markets actively. All for FREE!
Benefits of this Club:
- Get access to club-exclusive free webinars and seminars
- Contents are focused on active trading, posted largely by top verified, trading veterans
- Get in touch with the verified trading veterans directly via a private messaging system
- Exclusive club-only giveaways and contests
- Free to join!
Calling all Active Traders…if you’re fairly active in the stock market, click the button below to join now. 1200+ members are already in and we’re not joking.
See you on the inside!
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This post, How To Use Trend Line Correctly! was originally posted here. The writer is a veteran community member on InvestingNote, with username known as Rayner.
Trend Line is one of the most versatile tools in trading.
You can use it in day trading, swing trading or even position trading.
However, most traders get it wrong.
They draw Trend Lines looking like this…
I know I’m exaggerating, but you get my point.
That’s why in today’s post, you’ll learn:
- What is a Trend Line and how does it work
- How to draw a Trend Line correctly (that most traders never find out)
- How to use Trend Line to identify the direction of the trend — and tell when the market condition has changed
- How to use Trend Line to better time your entries
- The Trend Line Breakout strategy
- How to ride massive trends using a simple Trend Line technique
- How to use Trend Line and identify trend reversal
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We all know that the financial world is full of uncertainties and risks. To survive in an unpredictable market, investors need certain financial instruments to mitigate the risks that they are facing.
To mitigate this risk, modern finance has come up with a method called hedging. Derivatives are widely used to hedge against risks and uncertainties, although not limited to just hedging.
Derivatives have been increasingly gaining significance in the financial market. The popularity of derivatives has grown manifold since the year of 2000.
Here is an infographic for a quick overview of the derivative market and the difference between market makers and direct market access (DMA):
What is a derivative?
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Recently, we got in touch with Robin Han, one of the contestants of the SGX Bull Charge Stock Challenge as well as a veteran contributing influencer of the InvestingNote community, to understand more about his investing strategies, his philosophy, and what motivated him to get started in the first place.
With less than a month to go, some of the top participants have achieved double digit portfolio returns within the timeframe of just 3 months. Impressive! For those who are wondering, the SGX Bull Charge Stock Challenge is only open to professionals and influencers in the finance industry.
But the question we should really ask is, how did they do it? What is their investment or trading philosophy? Who inspired them? What styles of investing or trading are they using?
We believe that every one of these professionals have different styles of investing, expertise in different types of securities and also have their own story to tell.
Here’s Robin’s story:
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