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Used Hock Lian Seng as an example in August 2016. (Technical Analysis, Valuation and War Chest.)

Monday, August 1, 2016

I used Hock Lian Seng as an example to chat with this reader in August 2016. 

I wonder if he bought any before my next blog on Hock Lian Seng in February 2017. Don't scold me hor, I am just curious.

Blog in February 2017: 
Hock Lian Seng returns 100% and more.




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Reader:
may i ask which TA you are using? candlestick, moving average or ?

AK:
I try to keep it simple. Example:

http://singaporeanstocksinvestor.blogspot.sg/2014/12/hock-lian-seng-robust-order-book-at-3.html
Hock Lian Seng: Robust order book at a 3 year high.

I also try to spot divergences sometimes:

http://singaporeanstocksinvestor.blogspot.sg/2013/05/hock-lian-seng-buying-on-weakness.html
Hock Lian Seng: Buying on weakness.






Reader:
I read, sometime u can't time the market, so shld we enter at a price we still think it's undervalue or use ta to determine entry price?

AK:
We can never get the lowest price. If we did, we were lucky. ๐Ÿ™‚

So, if FA tells us it is undervalued, we can nibble.

Keep the TA picture in mind if it tells us prices could go lower. Have a war chest ready, always.




Reader:
Am reading this, have the same dilemma on when to sell
http://singaporeanstocksinvestor.blogspot.sg/2015/05/should-i-sell-my-investment-to-lock-in.html?m=1
Should I sell my investment to lock in gains?
Currently my war chest is hovering 20% ๐Ÿ˜

AK:
Gambatte!

1 comments:

AK71 said...

K said...
I assume the valuers are still giving the properties a high price even though the yield (rental) is very low.
The question is then what are the value of properties based on if it is not on "rental"?

AK said...
Valuations can be a rubbish in, rubbish out process. Take it with a pinch of salt. If you have been following the drama at Sabana REIT, you will know what I am talking about. ;)

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