hi alex can u pls check how many times u bring ppls to Holland recently? with all your bullish calls ended up helping the stock manipulator unload to us. WCT, YTLland, Fitters, Dialog, Perisai, just to name a few for the very recent. all your (word deleted) start with xxx may have a bullish breakout!! then your cock and bull story. many die in your hand (pen) pls do some good and stop shouting bullish this bullish that.
stop pretending you are a stock Guru!! (word deleted) off!!! you are the best gift god send to the PLC boss, becos u help them to dump the (word deleted) to us. stop posting (word deleted), stop writing nonsense, (unnecessary comment about another blogger). (words deleted) MAY HAVE A BULLISH BREAKOUT!!!
Chart 7: Deleum's weekly chart as at July 25, 2012 (Source: Quickcharts)
Our market has entered an exciting stage after the FBMKLCI made new all-time high. Technically speaking, this technical milestone is a bullish signal. And yet, we do not feel that way because the market breadth is rather poor. The market sentiment is weak in our local bourse as well as in other global equity markets. The global economy is uncertain, with slowdown in US and China as well as an unresolved crisis in Eurozone. Because of that, we have to be cautious. The stocks that I picked are those that I've regarded as reasonably good bet. While I could have been wrong, I prefer them to some riskier 2nd & 3rd liners that are the flavor of the week. Some players are like sheep being led to their slaughter. They would buy risky stocks based on nothing but tips. All they need to justify the soundness of the tip is volume and that the "manipulators or PLC bosses" are more than willing to provide. Their urge to gamble cannot be denied, putting paid to the old saying that "A Fool and his money will soon part".
Finally, I like to advise all the readers (including 3pm) that the reward in the market commensurate with the risk that you take. Those who buy for quick gain must necessarily take high risk. Those who took high risk when they bought in the market during the US financial crisis in 2008, reaped handsome reward. In the stock market, we must not only concentrate on the upside. We must always weigh the reward you hoped for against the risk that is embedded in every investment or trade. 3pm's comments provided me with the excuse to make this point. I like to thank him but I have a small advice for him. Next time, just post the comment without the expletives & naughty remark. For that, your comments will not be published. I do not like to treat my readers' comments as spams.