Why I Am Still Bearish This Week
kay – I love the videos. one quick suggestion — in the post body, any chance you could include what time in the video refers to which index/stock your analyzing? I flip through on my commute and rarely have a full halfhour for the entire video but would love if i could piecemeal the sections together based on what i was most interested in at the time.
@vijalp9 thnx well i will try but i can’t promise anything as it is already lot of work. record, upload, and then post it on the blog~ thnx for ur feedback!
Great work Kay Kim. I think the market is at the verge of reversing as well.
@agni123 we shall find out soon enough
Hi Kim, I have to agreed that the earnings and economy news, data are good enough to pushing up or supports the bulls mkt so far since 2013. Tomorrow GDP number will come out and if it’s good then we could see the bullish continue and makes other 5 years new high number ? I had learned lot from your analysis and learned to trade what we see…so would like to wait and see,then make better trading decision. Thanks again! Good night 🙂
You talked about divergence in MACDs quite a bit in AAPL, but didn’t comment on the longer term bullish divergence going back to November. Any particular reason?
@TorontoTrader1 because thats not a valid divergence
@TorontoTrader1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=7pQelP1TEk0 here watch 10:03 on this video where I talk about why that bullish divergence going back to November isn’t a valid divergence
@2kaykim @TorontoTrader1 I haven’t came across this consideration before. Any particular authors/books that mention this? Wouldn’t mind exploring further
no. my old mentor who traded succesfully over 25 years with TA taught me that. By his experience, those divergence dun work out plus when the divergence happens in a long time frame, it should confirm on the weekly but we dont have any thing on the weekly for bullish divergence.
@2kaykim Interesting, Ive been looking for better ways to validate divergences as they can grind away as mentioned. Thanks
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