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Sunday, February 16, 2014


主讲人: 王意大师(来自新加坡的图表专家、策略家、讲师兼股票畅销书作者
报名可致电:012-6597910KC GOH
Stock Indicators – Do they work? ----Feb 27, 2014
Symphony Digest, a company specializing in financial training, is organizing a course on a new concept in technical analysis for professional stock market investors on February 27, 2014.
The details are as follows:
Date: Feb 27, 2014 (Thursday)
Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Speaker: Mr. William Wong Yee (Chartist, Strategist, lecturer, cum author from Singapore)
Venue: Dewan Berjaya, Bukit Kiara Equestrian & Country Resort, Kuala Lumpur
All participants will be granted 10 SIDC CPE points for license renewal.
You could visit the following website for more details:
1。成交量(Volume)--- 成交量如何形成?
2。指数平滑移动平均数异同(Moving Average Convergence Divergence--MACD
3。相对强弱指数(Relative Strength Index--RSI---讨论RSl如何计算
4。移动平均线(Moving averages--MA---讨论如何计算移动平均綫
5. 布林带(Bollinger Band--讨论布林帶的上䡄道及下䡄道
7。净值成交量(On Balance Volume--OBV--讨论净值成交量

1. 成交量一一成交量高是炒股集团仍在操作嗎?
1.        确定买入讯号
2.        确定沽售讯号
1.      学习使用指标的技术

Trainer’s Profile
Wong Yee is a chartist, strategist, seminar speaker, lecturer and author. He has spent over 38 years doing research in the characteristic behavior of global stock markets, and has written
six books on stock market analysis.
 He was the first local chartist who introduced RSI (Relative Strength Indicator) in his book “The Trend Principle” in 1986. His latest book “You Too Can Be Rich in stock market investment” introduces a new formula developed by Wong Yee on predicting Index or stock price targets.
 Wong Yee was a dealer with UOB Kay Hian, a leading stock broking company in Singapore from 1982 to 2002. Currently, he is focusing on writing books and articles; he also provides consultation and training on stock market strategies.
Books written by Wong Yee:
1. A Guide To Investment In Stocks And Shares (1984)
2. The Trend Principle (1986)
3. Charts Revolution – Stock Market Trends And Trading Principles (1988)
4. Practical Knowledge In Shares Investment (1993)
5. 101 Ways To Avoid Making Mistakes In The Stock Market (1995)
6. You Too Can Be Rich in stock market investment (2012)
 Wong Yee holds The Certified Diploma in Accounting & Finance and a Diploma in Investment Analysis.
STOCK INDICATORS. DO THEY WORK? A case study on selected stocks

Time        Topics                                                         Learning  outcome             
9am-             Common Stock Indicators                                  1.  Discuss how volume is                                                                                                                                   created                                              
10.30am          1. Volume                                                           2.  Discuss the MACD                                                                                                                                      formula                                                                                                    
                          2. MACD                                                             3. Discuss how to calculate RSI                                                             
                          3. RSI                                                                   4. Discuss how to calculate Moving                                                                                                                  Averages
                          4. Moving Averages                                          5. Discuss the upper and lower bands of
                          5. Bollinger Band                                                      Bollinger Band
                          6. Momentum                                                   6. Discuss Momentum formula
                          7. OBV                                                                 7. Discuss what is OBV

10.45am-           Indicators’ Functions                                    1. Discuss whether high volume means
 1pm                   1. Volume                                                               syndicates are still around            
                            2. MACD                                                          2. Discuss the meaning of MACD lines
                            3. RSI                                                                      crossover                                       
                            4. Moving Averages                                       3. Discuss the strength and weakness of                                                                                                          MACD        
                            5. Bollinger Band                                            4. Discuss what is overbought and                                                                                                                   oversold
                            6. Momentum                                                5.  Discuss the real function of RSI
                            7. OBV                                                              6.  Discuss how to calculate Moving                                                                                                                  Averages.
                                                                                                      7.  Discuss whether Moving Averages                                                                                                                 are effective and reliable indicators
                                                                                                      8.  Discuss the strength and weakness of
                                                                                                            Bollinger Band
                                                                                                      9.   Discuss what is Momentum.
                                                                                                      10. Discuss whether Momentum is an  m                                                                                                             effective and reliable indicator
                                                                                                      11. Discuss the effectiveness and                                                                                                                        reliability of OBV
                                                                                                      12. Discuss what are the most effective                                                                                                               and reliable indicators to determine                                                                                                               stock  price trends


2pm-                 The Most Effective Indicators ‘                      1. Learn the tactics of using indicators
3.30pm             Application Test On A Stock                           2. Discuss which indicator to use to ascertain  
                           1. Ascertain the Buy signal                                   the bottom of the stock price
                           2. Ascertain the Sell signal                              3.  Discuss which indicator to ascertain the
                                                                                                             stock price is trending up 
                                                                                                        4. Discuss which indicator to use to                                                                                                                   take profit
                                                                                                        5. To convince ourselves that the                                                                                                                     indicators
                                                                                                            can help us to make                                                                                                                                     money                                       

3.45pm-            Case Studies                                                      1. To convince ourselves that we can make        
 5pm                   1.  Application of the most                                  money by using indicators
                                  effective indicators on some hot           2. To convince ourselves that indicators work
                                  stocks                                                               on all stocks

Sunday, January 12, 2014

*Stock Investing For Professionals: Jan 23, 2014*

*Stock Investing For Professionals: Jan 23, 2014*

*Symphony Digest, a company specializing in financial training, is
organizing a course on a new concept in technical analysis for professional
stock market investors on January 23, 2014.*

*The details are as follows:*

*Date: Jan 23, 2014 (Thursday)*
*Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm*

*Speaker: Mr. William Wong Yee (Chartist, Strategist, lecturer, cum author
from Singapore)*

*Venue: Dewan Berjaya, Bukit Kiara Equestrian & Country Resort, Kuala

*All participants will be granted 10 SIDC CPE points for license renewal.*

*You could visit the following website for more details:*

Monday, December 30, 2013

Creating Wealth By Learning When to Buy and When to Sell Shares Seminar

SCS Seminars & Consultation Services cordially invites you to attend a seminar entitled “Creating 
Wealth by learning when to buy and when to sell shares”

The details are as follows:
Date: 5 January 2014
Time: 1.30pm to 6.00pm
SpeakerMentorWilliam Wong YeeSingaporeauthor of “You Too Can Be Rich In Stock Market Investment”(Bilingual speaker, Chinese and English)
Venue: SCS 96 Training Centre, 3A
> BOLTON(near Batu Cave)Opposite GIANT and next to BH Petrol Station

> Topics:
> 1) How high will Dow Jones rise?
> 2) Will Dow Jones crash in 2014? When will it crash?
> 3) How to find market bottom? When to buy shares?
> 4) How to estimate stock price targets? When to sell shares?
> 5) Case study on Hibiscus Petroleum Berhad. Learn how to
> sell before the  crash.
> 6) Learn hands-on how to calculate the Mystic 7 formula to
> estimate stock price targets.
> 7) Tips on 5 potential stocks.
> Person to contact: KC GOH
012-6597910, 011-20132996(Wu).

Course fee: RM 200 per session                 
 Payment: SCS Seminars & Consultation Services Public
> Bank A/C   3085822025
bank-in slip fax to 03-51927601

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Contra plays not the villain

Contra plays not the villain -- SPORE STRAITS TIMES 16 OCT 2013

CONTRA plays are not the evil in our stock market ("Time to fix flaws in local contra trading system"; Monday). Instead, they are a proven source of liquidity that keeps our market going. During quiet periods when foreign funds are grossly absent, liquidity from contra plays becomes even more significant for our bourse's survival.
It is dangerous to take international practices (for example, disallowing contra plays) as the standard for determining the correct structure of our exchange. Each stock market must be considered on its own strengths and weaknesses.
In the case of Singapore and Malaysia, our well-being has been deeply rooted on contra plays.
One should not dream that a tiny market like Singapore would be converted into a financial hub overnight simply by imitating established markets in all their practices.
Most losses by retail clients in our market are due primarily to an uneven playing field between such clients and institutions.
The Singapore Exchange has a crucial role in addressing this problem.
Group manipulation of our share counters does not come about because there is contra play that, unfortunately, still involves a change in ownership during a trade, against cash-upfront trades.
A stock can also be rolled from one hand to another to be snowballed by having the principal sum paid up each time.
The issue is how to track down such manipulative plays before a bubble is blown beyond proportion. Sheer rules covering corporate governance without necessary and prompt enforcement will not work.
It is justifiable for broking houses to resort to controls restricting the trading of certain stocks entering hazardous levels. However, over-restriction should not be encouraged. Such riskiness has nothing to do with contra plays.
The notion of designated stocks can be applied to emergency stocks only when the T+1 cash market platform is still available. Removing the T+3 settlement (which facilitates contras) across the board is not the solution.
For designated stocks, it is recommended that the Central Depository balances of clients be linked to their control to allow only sales from free balances, where necessary.
Jimmy Ho Kwok Hoong President
The Society of Remisiers (Singapore)-

Friday, November 1, 2013

How to Spot “WINNING” Stocks of the Day

SJ Securities Sdn Bhd in collaboration with CAPITALMASTER HAPPYSTOCK (M) SDN BHD cordially invites you to attend a luncheon talk entitled “How to SpotWINNING Stocks of the Day”
 The details are as follows:
Date                  : 13 Nov 2013 (Wed)
Time         : 12.30-2.15pm
Speaker : Mr John Lu, Singapore
Venue      : SJ Securities Sdn Bhd, SJ Investor Club(SJIC)
Wisma Synergy
72 Persiaran Jubli Perak
Seksyen 22, 40000 Shah Alam
CAPITALMASTER HAPPYSTOCK (M) SDN BHD parent company is from China and has been doing investor education for 15 years with outstanding performance, enrolling more than 200 thousand members and having more than 100 branches in mainland China.
Four years ago, it spreads its wing to Singapore and now has set up four branches and enrolled close to 2000 members. It has now opened its first branch in Kuala Lumpur since March this year and SJ Securities Sdn Bhd is its first working partner in investor education.
At the talk you will be able to:
  1. Find potential stock in 30 sec by applying filter system of Homily Software
  2. Use red circle to establish bullish buy signal of the stock
  3. Apply multi-colour dragon indicator to track the existence of institutional buyers and just follow them to get in and out of the market to be winners
  4. Use Trend Expert for exit signal for profit maximization.
If you are interested to find out more about the Homily Software and its technical analysis education program and to spot winning stocks of the day, please contact or sms giving your full name and mobile no. to KC GOH (011-20132996) to secure a seat. Only 50 seats are available. Booking is on first come first served basis. So hurry and call us now. Free Lunch will be provided for those who register. Registration will be closed on Nov 11, 2013 before 4:00 pm.

Monday, September 9, 2013

Hot Stock Green Packet, warrant surge on retail play

Hot Stock Green Packet, warrant surge on retail play
Business & Markets 2013
Written by Ho Wah Foon of
Monday, 09 September 2013 13:27

KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 9): GREEN PACKET BHD [] and its warrant rose
sharply in active trades on renewed retail trading play although there was no
news flow, said retail dealers.

“We don’t hear any positive news about the company today but we do see
retail play coming in from Sept 2 when it was at 31 sen per share. Though
loss-making, this firm is still a significant mobile broadband player,” said
Goh Kay Chong, senior remisier at SJ Securities Bhd.

At 12.30 midday break, Green Packet surged 6.5 sen or 20% to 39.5 sen per
share, on trades of some 19 million shares; while its warrant soared 4.5 sen
or 50% to end at 13.5 sen on 26.5 million units.

While Green Packet was the 6th most active counter, its warrant ranked 4th
on the active list.

According to exchange filings, net assets per share of Green Packet as at
end-June 2013 was 15 sen.
“I have checked this morning and there is no news at the moment. So we
reckon it could be retail trading play or speculative play by some big players.
“Due to regular quarterly losses, this company’s share has suffered selldowns. The stock price is now at its lows and is seen coming back on technical rebound. But I am wary of this stock as there is too much speculative play by hit-and-run payers,” said another senior dealer.

For the first half of this year, Green Packet incurred a wider total loss of
RM39.6 million compared to loss of RM32.6 million a year ago. But revenue rose to RM300.3 million, from RM266.5 million.

However, Green Packet’s managing director C.C. Puan said in a statement before releasing the company’s second quarter results that the firm had posted huge increase in its earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) for the quarter due
to its business transformation plan.
The mobile broadband services provider posted an EBITDA of RM9.4million, a 116% year-on-year jump. Green Packet’s revenue for the second quarter rose 9% to RM151 million.
“We revised our strategies for better performance all-around in view of challenging market conditions and it is proving effective in getting us on track for 2013,” he said.

According to Puan, better cost management and lesser capital expenditure this year should see EBITDA margins improving.

Recently, the company also announced it intended to sell a property of a wholly-owned subsidiary for RM49 million to help pay off debts and reduce gearing. This will also help raise the net assets per share to 22 sen.

Dealers said Puan, who has recently replaced his long-time friend Michael Lai as chief executive officer of P1, might be another factor that boosted Green Packet’s share price. Puan is the controlling shareholder of Green Packet.

Packet One Networks (P1) is a telecommunications, broadband and 4G service provider. The company, founded in 2002, is the main subsidiary of Green Packet.