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early birds
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https://www.sharecafe.com.au/2019/06/24/dia...fy-g20-meeting/

Analysts say we should watch for fund managers of all sizes and some companies trying to dress up their end of financial year, half year (interim) quarter and month figures by buying and selling shares to set market prices or stuffing their balance sheets with cash.

They are all old tricks and include companies delaying payments to the start of the 2019-20 financial year, or getting pre-payments into their accounts to boost liquidity and cash holdings at the end of the financial year, the quarter or half year.

Share trading this Thursday and Friday should see the share prices of quite a few companies move a touch oddly at times.

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ahhh---ha----that good old "window dressing" time lmaosmiley.gif

no shorts should be fired at asx200 this week. full stop!




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early birds
post Posted: Jun 18 2019, 10:04 AM
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asx200

looks really bullish as AUD keeps dropping
6600 seems won't stop it from rise further ........



 
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The world's largest asset manager, which runs some of the cheapest investment products available, plans to place a greater focus on the quality of the engineering, construction and management of its funds going forward, according to Armando Senra, who recently took over as head of the firm's exchange-traded fund business for the US, Canada and Latin America.

"There's too much emphasis purely on cost," said Senra, speaking at a press event on the "megatrends" that BlackRock sees driving global growth. "We don't talk enough about quality. That's not to say we're not going to be competitive -- we have to be competitive, this is a competitive industry -- but I would move away from just a low-cost conversation."
Management fees have been under intense pressure for years, but that crossed a new milestone earlier this year when one ETF provider offered to pay investors to buy its product.

BlackRock has already lowered the cost of its broad indexed products to as little as 30 cents for every $1000 invested, but it's now developing more sophisticated funds that can also justify higher fees. The firm is creating ETFs based on what it calls "megatrends" that go beyond traditional sectors and geographic focuses. Thematic ETFs, which look at stocks across industries in areas like artificial intelligence or electric cars, have grown to almost $US47 billion ($68 billion) in the US, according to data from Bloomberg Intelligence.

While that pales in comparison to the roughly $US3 trillion across stock ETFs, assets have more than doubled over the last two years. These funds charge an average $US6.50 for every $US1000 invested, versus the $US4.90 charged by stock ETFs.

BlackRock will focus on five themes: technological breakthrough, demographics and social change, rapid urbanisation, climate change and resource scarcity, and emerging global wealth.

The company started two funds based on those ideas lat week: the iShares Cybersecurity and Tech ETF, which will trade as IHAK, and the iShares Genomics Immunology and Healthcare ETF, aka IDNA. Both will charge $US4.70.



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In Reply To: early birds's post @ May 31 2019, 10:05 AM

SL: (B) 2724.85 4 hours low volatility level
RL: (A) 2779.31 4 hours high volatility level
Target Period: 4 hours

Interval 1 hour
Length 24 Candles
Identified 01-Jun-06:00
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SPX will test 2710ish then nest support is at 2635ish, then 2557, if these fib retrace can't hold this slide , then we look at at 2314---2450 ish support zone. if still can't hold there then we will have few years bear market waiting for us. that is all my TA. but IMHO .


asx200
we should see it test 6300ish soon if can't hold there then 6215---6275 support zone for short term. if all give away then look at 5950ish. imho.

DYOR as always!!



 
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https://www.marketwatch.com/story/trump-sla...w_theo_homepage

"On June 10th, the United States will impose a 5% Tariff on all goods coming into our Country from Mexico, until such time as illegal migrants coming through Mexico, and into our Country, STOP,"

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SPX future dropped like a sack potatoes after this news.

now the 200 sma is give away, we have to look down as TA point it to go.......

asx200 to test 6300 rather really sooner imho. [even RBA CUT THE RATE]



 
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https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/29/scary-patte...move-lower.html


The so-called head and shoulders pattern formed when the S&P 500 broke support at 2,800, and from there, analysts said it could lose another 5.4%. The S&P also fell below its 200-day moving average at 2,776, an important level of support and momentum indicator.

”...if the 2800 area breaks, it would confirm a head and shoulders top that suggests deeper downside risk to 2650, which is also the 50% retracement of the December to May rally,” Bank of America Merrill Lynch technical analysts wrote in a note. The top of the pattern would be the top of the head at 2,950, and 2,800 was considered the neckline.

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just food for thought.



 


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In Reply To: early birds's post @ May 22 2019, 10:17 AM

asx200 is at 6418

if 6375 didn't hold it then we look it down to 6300ish for really short term {few sessions},
keep the shorts and set stops at 6488 target it 6300 [ most likely will hit there in few sessions imho]




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post Posted: May 22 2019, 10:17 AM
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asx200 at 6500
time to to have a little rest . the cheering for Scotty will be over ---either this session or tomorrow. imho

took a shorts at 6500 myself. aim it down to 6400ish within weeks.. just for a trade. for longer term investors the bullish trend for asx200 is well intact .



 
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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/201...alia-s-election

The Stock Market Winners and Losers From Australia's Election

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major banks will be in for the pump, for short term.



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post Posted: May 18 2019, 11:47 AM
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https://finance.yahoo.com/video/assessing-s...-195323646.html

Since 2016, the stock market has been grappling with a new risk: President Trump’s tweets. Yahoo Finance's Scott Gamm discusses how traders are tuning out the noise.
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lmaosmiley.gif , yeap....trump's tweets for traders.



 
 


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