Technical Analysis

Is Alibaba Group Holdings Limited’s (NYSE:BABA) Share Price Poised for a Near-Term Rebound?

From a high of US$198.45 on 10 August 2021, the share price of Alibaba Group Holdings Limited (NYSE:BABA) fell for 8 consecutive trading days in a row to a low of US$155.50 on 20 August 2021 – in percentage terms, its share price was down by 21.6%. However, there was some rebound when the market closed yesterday, where the share price went up by US$3.10 (or 1.96%) to US$161.06. That said, is the share price of the company about to see a short-term price rebound? In today’s post, you’ll read about my technical analysis on how the share price of the tech company may move – both in a bullish, as well as in a bearish condition, along with some key support/resistance lines to take note of…

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The Hang Seng Index have Fallen into Bear Market Territory Today. What’s Next?

Hong Kong’s benchmark index, the Hang Seng Index, officially fell into a bear market today on market close (a market is considered to be a bearish one when it falls by more than 20.0% from its most recent high.) So, what’s next for the index? Will it continue its free-fall when trading resumes next Monday, or will it see some rebound up? In this post, I will be sharing with you both the bullish, as well as the bearish scenarios of how the index may possibly move in the near-term (along with some of the key support/resistance points to take note of), based on my technical analysis…

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How the US, Hong Kong, and Singapore Market May Potentially Move in the Near-Term (My Technical Analysis Perspective)

The US indexes (S&P 500, Dow Jones, and NASDAQ) have been hitting new highs recently. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index went on a downward descend since last week. Singapore’s Straits Times Index have also retreated over the past 2 trading sessions. In today’s post, you will read about my personal technical analysis on the near-term movements of these indexes, based on their close yesterday (08 July 2021.)

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Possible Near-Term Unit Price Movements of Singapore REITs with Retail Malls in its Portfolio

Footfall to the retail malls (especially those located in the CBD area) have taken a beating as a result of the Singapore government’s implementation of the Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) measures to bring down the number of community cases. As a result, Singapore-listed REITs with retail malls in its portfolio are negatively impacted. However, at the time of writing, with the number of daily community cases down to single-digits once again, it is likely that some of the safe distancing restrictions may be relaxed from next Monday, 14 June 2021, and this could benefit the retail malls (and hence the REITs’ unit prices could go up as a result.) In this post, you will find my technical analysis of 7 Singapore REITs with retail malls in their portfolio where you will learn about how their unit prices could move in the near-term (both in the bullish, as well as in the bearish scenario), along with some of the key support and resistance lines I’ve identified to take note of…

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My Outlook on the Near-Term Movements of the STI, HSI, S&P 500, Dow Jones, and NASDAQ (07 June 2021)

It has been quite a while since I shared my technical analysis on the possible movements of Singapore’s Straits Times Index, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index, as well as the United States’ S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average, and the NASDAQ index in the near-term, so I thought of writing a post about them today – where you’ll find how the indexes may possibly move – both in the bullish as well as in the bearish scenario, along with some of the major support and resistance lines I’ve identified to take note of…

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My Near-Term Outlook on the Price Movements of ‘FAANG’ Stocks

The term ‘FAANG’ refers to the 5 technology companies listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange – namely Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, as well as Alphabet (aka Google.) In today’s post, you will find my technical analysis of how the 5 companies’ share prices may possibly move in the near-term (both on a bullish as well as on a bearish scenario), along with some important price points (based on my analysis) to take note of…

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The Unit Prices of these 3 REITs Could Recover in the Near Term…

Many Singapore-listed REITs saw their unit prices tumbled over the past couple of weeks. I have been monitoring their price movements and when the market closed yesterday, I noticed signs of reversal for 3 of them. In today’s post, you’ll find my technical analysis for these 3 REITs, along with some price points (based on my analysis) to take note of…

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Are there Still Further Upsides for DBS, UOB, and OCBC’s Share Price Movements? – My Technical Analysis Perspective

The share prices of the 3 Singapore-listed banks (in DBS, UOB, and OCBC) have recovered strongly after they have plummeted to multi-year lows due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic exactly one year ago. In this post, you will find my technical analysis of the 3 banks’ share price movements to find out there are any more upsides left. If not, how much could they potentially retrace. You will also find some price points I’ve identified (both bullish as well as bearish) to take note of…

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My Bull and Bear Case Analysis of the S&P 500, Dow Jones, and NASDAQ in the Near-Term (March 2021)

The 3 US indexes suffered declines after hitting all-time highs of late. Looking ahead in the month of March 2021, how are the indexes likely to move? In this post, you will find my technical analysis of the 3 US indexes, along with how they may move in the month ahead (both the bull, as well as the bear case scenario)…

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My Near-Term Outlook for Index Movements in Singapore, Hong Kong, as well as in the United States

Recently, I’ve received questions from readers of my site on how the major indexes may possibly move in the near-term (whether the bull run is set to continue, or if the bears are about to make a comeback.) For the benefit of all, I’ve decided to write a post to share my thoughts about indexes from 3 countries – Singapore (in the Straits Time Index), Hong Kong (the Hang Seng Index), as well as in the United States (the S&P 500 Index, Dow Jones Industrial Average Index, as well as the NASDAQ Composite Index) – my technical analysis on where their support and resistance lines are, and how they are likely to move in the near-term…

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