Editor Commentary:

Absorption in the Market as Volatility settled in

The “rematch” meeting between President Xi and Trump is scheduled for next week at the G-20 summit in Tokyo has put some “juice” into this market. On the surface, it is superficial as Trump is know to “rebel” at the last minutes. More importantly is the highly anticipated US interest rate cut which has priced into the market. No rate cut is bad for world financial market!

KLSE Market Update

On 2019-06-18, KLCI is trading at RM 1652.76 and change % from last bar was 0.87 %, (+14.36, RM 1638.4). And also 3-Month low. This market condition is considered to be slight bullish for stock counter KLCI. 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 1: Accumulation to Stage 2. Mark-Up. Look for possible SOS like Line Change (LC) to buy. Good news, this market likely to show sign of markup Stage 2!

SGX Market Update

Straits Times Index

On 2019-06-18, STI is trading at 3238.73 and change % from last bar was 0.95 %, (+30.74, 3207.99). It is 1-Month high. And also 3-Month high. This market condition is considered to be very bullish for stock counter STI.
Yesterday’s bar is 18 Line Change. Good Entry to Buy if next bar closes higher. Now, Line Change is in CONTROL now. Expect upside likely after 2019-06-18.

DJIA Market Update

Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA)

On 2019-06-18, ^DJI is trading at 26,465.5 and change % from last bar was 1.35 %, (+353, 26,112.5). It is 1-Month high. And also 3-Month high. This market condition is considered to be very bullish for stock counter ^DJI. ^DJI has strengths in the background in the last 30 bars. There are 10 SOS. Yesterday’s bar is 18 Line Change. Good Entry to Buy if next bar closes higher. Now, Line Change is in CONTROL now. Expect upside likely after 2019-06-18.

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Volume Spread Analysis Rules – Part 2

Volume Spread Analysis is a study focused on the analysis of volume and price data to see the distribution of Supply and Demand. Volume Spread Analysis Rules combine the major factors that help recognise either an increase in Demand or an increase in Supply which is used to estimate the future price trend.

Volume Spread Analysis (also called as Volume-Price Analysis) could be quite complicated and confusing. Different analysts may have different interpretation of “Smart Money” actions behind the volume-price changes. Therefore, before going into explanation of the chart patterns, signs of weakness and signs of strength, it is necessary to set main ground rules which are lying at the core of the foundation of volume price analysis.

Most of the rules below are evident, yet, i is important to list them in order to understand the volume price analysis.

Increase in volume to price up-move
When we see increase in volume to the price up-move, it means we have increase in Bearish pressure. New Bears are trying to satisfy the Demand of the unsatisfied Bulls and it lead to an increase in volume.

We do not know whether these new Bears will be able to overcome the unsatisfied Bulls and reverse a price trend down. We only know that the Bearish pressure is increasing.

Increase in volume to price down-move
When we see increase in volume to the price down-move, it means we have increase in Bullish pressure. New Bulls are trying to satisfy the Supply of the unsatisfied Bears and it lead to an increase in volume.

We do not know whether these new Bulls will cover all supply of the unsatisfied Bulls and a reverse a price trend up. We only know that the Bullish pressure is increasing.

Decline in volume no reversal
When after high volume during price up-move, we see a decline in volume and price continues to move up (no changes in price trend), it means that Bearish pressure weakens. The Bears are letting the Bulls to ride the price up.

When after high volume during price decline, we see a decline in volume and price continues to decline (no changes in price trend), it means that Bullish pressure weakens. The Bulls are letting the Bears to push price down.

Decline in volume after reversal
When after high volume during price up-move, price starts to decline on lower volume, it means that the Bears satisfied most of the Bullish demand and the Bulls yielded to the Bears. The Bears won the fight.

When after high volume during price decline, price starts to move up on lower volume, it means that the Bulls covered the majority of the Bears’ supply and the Bears yielded to the Bulls. The Bulls won the fight.

Increase in volume after reversal
When after high volume during price up-move we have a reversal down and we see increase in volume, that mean that the Bullish pressure is very strong and high (even stronger) Bearish pressure is required to beat the Bulls. The fight between Bulls and Bears continues. The Bears are stronger than the Bulls at this moment, yet, the Bulls are not ready to yield.

When after high volume during price decline we have a reversal up and we see further increase in volume, that mean that the Bearish pressure is strong and stronger Bullish pressure is required to beat the Bears. The fight between Bulls and Bears continues. The Bulls are stronger at this moment, yet, the Bears are not ready to yield.

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