TradeVSA Digest Week 10 April 3, 2019

Editor Commentary:

Our KLSE stock market continues to buckle the regional trend, heading south while BNM last week painted a gloomy GDP forecast for M’sia 2019 @ 4.3%-4.8%. Due to slower economic growth, global central banks likely to cutting interest rates and first proof to do so, was Reserve Bank of NZ. This also dictate the trend for 2nd half 2019 with lower interest rates projected including US economy and other EU countries. Yesterday economic’s data from China ease investors ‘ worries on global slowdown.

There’s a silver lining in the sky, that is trader/investor should learn how to trade structure warrants and futures for sideways or downtrend market for hedging and benefit from decline markets using Volume Spread Analysis Malaysia.

KLSE Market Update

Bursa Malaysia KLSE Index
On 2019-04-01, KLCI is trading at RM 1628.66 and change % from last bar was -0.91 %, ( -14.97, RM 1643.63). It is 1-Month low. And also 3-Month low. This market condition is considered to be very bearish for stock counter KLCI. This bearish condition is despite, KLCI has strengths in the background in the last 30 bars. There are 8 SOS (Sign of Strengths).
This market is LIKELY moving from Stage 3: Distribution to Stage 4: Mark-Down.

SGX Market Update

Straits Times Index

On 2019-04-01, STI is trading at 3250.51 and change % from last bar was 1.17 %, (+37.63, 3212.88). And also 3-Month high. This market condition is considered to be bullish for indices STI. STI has weaknesses in the background in the last 30 bars. There are 4 SOW (Sign of Weaknesses).
This market is getting more bullish in the longer term. THINK TO BUY!

DJIA Market Update

Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA)

On 2019-04-01, US DJI is trading at RM 26258.4 and change % from last bar was +1.27 %, (+329.7, RM 25928.7). It is 1-Month high. And also 3-Month high. This market condition is considered to be very bullish. Expect upside likely after 2019-04-01.

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VSA 101

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Why Technical analysis is not enough?

An argument in favor of technical analysis is the idea that the securities’ prices may not be linked to their fundamentals. The behavior of financial markets is frequently a result of momentum, confidence, and sentiment. In this sense, traders analyze security price chart to know what is the upside and downside potential.

However, reading the market solely from prices is insufficient. Markets move on supply and demand, and so, volumes are also an important part of the equation.

Volume Spread Analysis is a good way to understand how the concepts of supply and demand influence prices. It allows spotting imbalances between buyers and sellers by looking at prices and volumes.

VSA helps traders understand what the major players are doing and benefit from their actions. When a small trader buys or sells a pair, he/she certainly will not influence the price. However, when a big bank trades millions of a certain currency, this will probably move the market up or down. Usually, these big traders have more information and knowledge about the markets, so it is wise to be on their side. Through volume analysis, traders can know if market makers are buying or selling and take advantage of their positions.

Understanding the role of different traders in the market

The core idea is that different kinds of traders carry different sorts of information – and we can base our trading strategy on this idea.

VSA Malaysia tends to emphasize three different types of traders: retail, commercial and professional. Retail traders are those who have small accounts and tend to trade erratically. They do not have any particular trading strategy and traditionally tend to buy and sell when the uptrend/downtrend is exhausted.

Commercial traders are investment banks whose function is to place orders in the market to satisfy clients’ needs. They can also function as market makers. These traders have an impact because they often carry large orders, which usually cause volatility. However, they don’t have any strong rationale supporting their trading decisions.

Professional traders are large traders that are in the game to win, and they are behind most trends. These are the types of traders that volume spread analysis tends to be concerned with – the successful volume trader is the one that detects what these traders are doing.

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