'Show me the Chart and I'll tell you the News'
- Bernard Baruch
About thomas Ng
Thomas is a Principal Trading Representative with PhillipCapital. He is also a registered Chartered Market Technician (CMT).
Being a seasoned stockbroker with more than 17 years of trading experience, he has served & helped thousands of his clients navigate the treacherous waters of the world's stockmarkets.
Now, Thomas thinks that making consistent money in the stockmarkets or for that matter, any markets, is not really that difficult. For a start, you need to remember one basic principle - 'Successful investing is anticipating the anticipation of others'.
about eric lee
Eric is a Senior Account Manager with PhillipCaptal for more than 15 years. He is also a CAIA....
Now Eric has a knack for advising & guiding his clients on their Investment Portfolio, helping them navigate the world of Stocks and Unit Trusts..........
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What is 'the Stockwhisperer'?
First things first. Both Eric & I are long-time traders & investors ourselves and through the use of Applied Technical Analysis we are extremely passionate about searching for the next stock that is going to make a sizable move.
Since we have already spent so much of our time scanning across major global markets for the next gem, we thought we may as well come up with a Subscription Service which you can follow and hopefully learn and gain in both knowledge & wealth.
what do we look at?
The three major markets we look at are Singapore, Hong Kong & United States. In particular, we often look at big cap stocks OR component stocks of the various major indices that are widely tracked within its respective markets. Occasionally we may dwell into smaller or mid cap stocks that showed immense potential or has a respectable institutional following.
We are usually not keen on illiquid stocks as Technical Analysis, being a statistical science, does not exhibit its best side on low volume stocks
tools we use
What we do not offer
Charts are our main tool. To the uninitiated, a price chart has only 2 axis - price and time. To the professionals, there are many ways to slice and dice th
They say seeing is believing.
examples of our calls
CSE Global (SGX listed)
UOB (SGX listed)
Listed on SGX since 1999, CSE Global has been very successful in offering cost-effective, totally integrated solutions to industries in the Oil & Gas, Infrastructure and Mining sectors (www.cse-global.com). On 8 Jul, CSE welcomed Temasek unit Heliconia as a strategic investor. On 21 Jul, CSE reported it secured 115m new orders in 2Q20.
Mkt cap $245m (note small cap risks), PE 10.2, Div yield 5.6% (source shareinvestor). RHB Securities issued a buy call on 17 July with tgt px $0.54.
From the Chart, 4 key technical items to note: 1. support turned resistance at 0.495. 2. A sustained breakout with good volume abv resistance .495 is bullish (cup & handle breakout). 2. OBV shows bullish accumulation while price stagnated over the past 3 weeks. 4. Support of $0.455 can then be taken as cut-loss level should the uptrend fail to materialise. Also do note CSE is reporting earnings in the next few weeks so there could be earnings surprise risks.
Attached is the monthly chart of UOB over the past 15 years. Market is currently pricing UOB at a very low valuation of 0.8x PB, which is even lower than the GFC in '09 and that was a financial crisis then. Over the past 20 years, there's only 3x that UOB saw its PB drop below 1x. Since 2009, UOB had been growing its Book Value by 9.3% p.a. Part of the negative sentiment on banks is due to the low interest rate environment which based on FED's projection, likely to remain near zero till 2023. This is nothing new, as market had just experienced this low interest rate from 2009 to 2015 and look at how UOB's share price and book value performed. Another issue dogging the banks are MAS' statement to ask banks to cap their div at 60% of 2019's pay out, driven largely by the need to conserve cash. I think that UOB is flushed with cash, otherwise they would have offered a much attractive Scrip Div price instead of S$19.52 per share.
Lenovo Group, 992.HK (HKEX listed)
ThaiBev (SGX listed)
ThaiBev monthly chart is looking like the right time to invest into it right here right now. Using my Price-to-Sales Oscillator Index, we were able to pick out 4 buying opportunities (2011, 2015, 2018 and now).
This opportunity only comes about once every 3-4 years because we are looking at its monthly chart. The sine curve also helped us plot out the recent trough to peak movement and seemed to imply that it is looking to be bottoming up here.
ThaiBev's earnings announcement date is estimated to be on 23 Nov. DBS Research has a "Buy" call with a Target Price of S$0.90 dated 20 Oct (see DBS report below).
MKt Cap S$10b , PE 11.5, Div yield 5.4%. Lenovo is one of the components stocks of Hang Seng Tech Index.
Recent buy calls by IBs (investment banks): UBS Sep target px 6.50; Macquarie Aug tgt 8.10; Citi Aug tgt 6.20, HSBC Aug tgt 6.40
'CFO Wai Ming Wong said PC demand has risen instead of falling amid the pandemic, riding on the work-from-home arrangement. He believed such demand will edge up steadily after the epidemic fades out.'
Since May low, price action has maintained a steady uptrend channel (green dotted).
Currently price is supported at the lower of the green uptrend channel and the blue 50-day EMA.
With MACD > 0 about to do a golden cross & RSI oscillating between 40-70 gives bullish bias.
Should price fail to rally, you may consider 4.90 as a stop loss level (red bold line).
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