Daryl Guppy is an independent technical analyst who appears frequently on CNBC Asia. He runs training, analysis and resource workshops for retail and professional financial market traders involved in stocks, CFDs, warrants, derivatives, futures and commodities in China, Malaysia, Singapore and Australia. He has his own trading company, guppytraders.com.
Mergers and acquisitions. It's the business of how companies buy, sell and recombine each other. How do we find the choicest morsels of opportunity? Do the best buys come in the form of the predator, or will the prey provide the best trading opportunity? The solution comes from a combination of chart analysis and trade analysis.
In this winter of discontent, the steep reduction in fuel prices is cold comfort for many carriers locked into higher prices. Forward contracts have provided spectacular losses for many airlines in the past few months. In short -- carriers have fallen at the hedge.
The three most powerful bearish signals in the market are a head and shoulder pattern, a rounding top and a down sloping triangle. It was the head and shoulder pattern on the Dow Jones Industrial Average that took the market to the first downside target of 11,200 in 2008.
Earlier this week, a reader of my India market newsletter asked if I could analyze Satyam Computer Services. I prepared these notes based on the weekly and the daily chart. On Thursday morning, I returned from Beijing to find the same stock was front page news. These are the notes prepared three days before the breaking news.
It's the season of joy and goodwill. Except, there isn't much joy to be found amidst our gloomy economic situation. Will Santa arrive? Will he deliver a personal U.S. Treasury-funded bailout? Will investors buy into the promise of future delivery based on credit earned for good behavior?
A breakout pattern and new uptrend are yet to emerge for the Shanghai Composite Index – recent activity indicates three possible patterns ahead.
Gold prices have fallen about 7 percent since its 2014 high but brace for further losses as the downtrend remains intact.
Come April, the price will fall to 530 yen with the sales tax completely excluded, and retailers can choose to absorb none, some or all of the tax.
The Shanghai Index is on course to potentially complete a broader strategic reversal pattern. Chartist Daryl Guppy explains.