Later this evening, I will be sharing about the market outlook for indices, stocks, forex and Gold, and I will be explaining these charts in greater detail. See you there!

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The S&P 500 has broke new highs, and is likely to have a pullback before climbing further. This means that stock investors are still bullish on this market for the medium-term, and traders should not short till there are more signs.

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The STI is also pretty strong, exceeding my expectations of a pullback. As a trader, the correct mindset to adopt is that the market is always right, so even if I was expecting it to drop, I must always be prepared for the exact opposite to occur, and act profitably on it.

As mentioned in some previous posts, the commodity counters are extremely strong, and I will continue holding on till I see signs of weakness. My short counters like YZJ and SembMar are still in the money, and I have shifted my SL to breakeven, so I am not too worried even if the STI continues its strong move up.

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Looking at the chart below, if the STI clears the selling zone (circled in red), we have to take one step back and see the bigger picture, which is a large rectangular range. If we were to consider the recent breakout as a bullish flag breakout, we could see the STI surging all the way to the 3240 level.

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Instead of trying to predict the market, I am ready to trade on both sides. As my mentor used to tell me, “trade what you see, not what you think.” Good luck!

More details will be coming soon via our mailing list. Stay tuned!

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Next week, I will be giving a free seminar at Kim Eng Securities, and I will be sharing more about my unique method of behavioral analysis to time the markets. The title of the talk is “Behavioral Analysis: Reading the Mind of the Market”. I will share how anyone can time any market simply by reading human behavior.

After having given numerous talks and having been interviewed by various media such as SGX and the Business Times, I am glad and grateful for the opportunities to share this new revolutionary methodology which I hope will change the way people view the markets.


Business Times Interview

SGX Exclusive Interview

For all those new traders out there, this is a great opportunity to pick up some new skills for trading and investing. Since this is our first time working with Kim Eng, I will be trying something new and exciting, so this is definitely not to be missed!

This will be my last event before the Chinese New Year, and I will flying off to Cambodia for a couple of days immediately after this event, so the market outlook segment will be crucial for the upcoming days.

This event will be exclusively for selected Kim Eng clients and readers of my blog, but seats are very limited, so sign up early to avoid disappointment. (Our previous event sold within 2 days.)

After my introspective getaway for a week, which included touring temples, tubing down a lazy river, and jumping from 10m high cliffs, I am much refreshed and energised for the week ahead! (More photos will follow in my subsequent posts 🙂 )

The best part was the surprise windfall I had upon my return. The AUD/USD shorts and USD/JPY longs I was holding was up a couple of thousand, and is still growing. I will update these forex trades in a separate post.

Now, for a quick update on the stock markets.

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Last Friday, the US markets once again made relentless highs, defying gravity with its strong inertia. When applying the concept of human behavior, all I can is that greed builds on greed, and the bandwagon effect can provide the fuel for strong trends, which always last longer than you think.

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The Singapore market, on the other hand, is displaying signs of weakness, which I pointed out in my public seminars a few weeks back. This is in stark contrast with the US markets, giving rise to a confusing divergence. My advice is to trade what you see, and not what you think. Hence, those with long positions should trade with extra caution.

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