Bearish Trade Setup: Gold on H4 Timeframe (Forex)

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After our last few trades, including a short position on the STI index, and a short position on the NZD/USD (which we closed and switched to long on a new setup – updated real-time), and tomorrow we are watching for a few new trades to enter.

One of our latest trading opportunity is a bearish trade setup on the H4 timeframe of Gold, which we have now converted to a risk-free trade by shifting our stoploss to breakeven. This means that even if the position goes against us, the maximum amount we can lose is our open profit, and not any of our precious trading capital.

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This coming Thursday, I will be doing a live demonstration on how I pick these trades, and reveal the latest trading opportunities. I will also be talking about the majors that affect the big moves in the market, and how you can build a portfolio that can do well in all market conditions, so that you do not have to worry about the stock market crashing.

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See you there! ?

Bullish Trade Setup: Indofood Agri (SGX)

We have just taken a new trade together that I posted on my “Daily Trade Alerts & Open Positions”, which is a bullish setup on Indofood Agri.

Just a few days ago, we took a trade on Sinarmas Land, which is still open and in the money at the moment.

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The trade alert was posted on 20 October 2015 after the market closed, and entry was triggered the next day on 21 October 2015.

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Trade parameters:

Entry price (EP): $0.565
Stoploss (SL): $0.530
Target profit (TP): $0.645
Reward/risk ratio (RR): 2.29

As you can see there are 3 more trade opportunities we are currently looking at:

  • Innovalues
  • Genting
  • Mapletree Commercial Trust

I will also be sharing some new trade opportunities at my new FREE workshop on 4th & 5th November (limited to 30 seats for each day), and what are the best long-term investments now to accumulate before they shoot up.
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Back from my Myanmar Trip – New Insights on the Commodities Market

Last month, I took a trip to Myanmar for a holiday, and was hosted by a friend who was working for a major commodity trading firm.

It was a great week of chilling by the pool (which was 10 steps away from my room), enjoying sunsets, and trying out the local delicacies.

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I also got the chance to trade the FOMC with the company of some good Myanmar beer. :p

As expected, the interest rates were not raised, which means we will have to observe October and November carefully. In addition, the recent NFP was not good, which makes December more likely.

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After some serious back-of-the-napkin analysis, as well as some insightful discussions with my friend, I came to the conclusion that commodities may not recover that quickly, based on technical and fundamental factors.

I have attached below the chart of the CRB commodities index ETF, which is listed on SGX.

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I will be keeping an eye on this, as I have some commodity-related counters in my portfolio, and it might be a good opportunity for the long-term.

Stay tuned for my monthly portfolio update for September coming up real soon! 😀