Australian (ASX) Stock Market Forum

Storm at Sea

Joined
8 March 2007
Posts
461
Reactions
329
Crikey !
Unfortunately , 99 people contracted Covid over the Wee'ks-End in China
Stuffed Everything Up for this week

There Is always TOMORROW
 
Last edited:
Joined
8 March 2007
Posts
461
Reactions
329
Well Tomorrow is Now Here

Ahoy Brave and Loyal Crew

At 11.30 pm AEST the Greatest Bargain Sale of American Blue Chips Opens

Hoist the GOOG
Hoist the AAPL
Hoist the NVDA
Hoist the JPM
HOIST the ALB
Hoist the FCX

He Who Hesitates Will Be Lost

I Can Promise You That For a Fact!

It doesn't get any better than That Spread of Sail IMHO

and Yes
We /My Family trusts are buying these on the American Market at Dawn
AEST 11.30 PM tonite ( As a Matter of Disclosure)

Fingures and Toes always crossed of course

GOOGLE


GOOG.png


APPLE

AAPL.png


NVIDIA

NVDA.png

JP MORGAN

JPM.png

ALBEMARLE ( Lithium)

ALB.png

FREEPORT Mc MORAN (Copper)

FCX.png
 
Joined
8 March 2007
Posts
461
Reactions
329
Crikey!
She's a little Beauty
Steady as she Goes in these treacherous seas and weather conditions

Sailing the little Aussie Battler One Day at a Time Is Something to Behold!

AUDUSA D.png


yacht-in-ocean-doldrums.jpg
 
Joined
8 March 2007
Posts
461
Reactions
329
Ahoy there Captain
"They Just Get Better and Better as she goes" they say

The Question is?

Is this a Bounce?
Is this a Rally?
Is this the Bottom ?

What do you think ?

My selections above answer all those questions but not when I am Selling

TRUTH Being I don't Know!

What puzzles me the most is how some determine the Seas and Weather Conditions
Short Term ?
Medium Term ?

Long Term?

"Strategies and Tactics in advance"
It's almost as is if they have a Nostradamus onboard


To me all tacks are the Sum of All the Sums
ie: Just simple additions of Short Term Prize monies

Surely it can't get any more simple than that

For instance, I always go for the Short Term Strategy and Set off to Sea in better than average conditions
Never into the Face of a storm if I can help it

Naturally if you wait for the most favorable conditions you may have to wait for decades
Let's Face it
You are either a Man of the Sea or You are Not
Sailing is not for Everyone!

If your Short Term Tack Doesn't pay off then you can always call it a Medium Term Tack
This is obvious
When it is an absolute failure in a Medium Term Tack I go to the Old Survival Book of Failure and call it "Long Term"
This excuse always works! and all you have to say is

"She'll be GOOD the Long Term"

UNFORTUNATELY in most cases this WORKS
But
Sometimes it can take decades

Hold on tight on Monday Brave and Loyal crew
This promises to be a magnificent start to the week
Sailing is best
One Day at a time
and
One Week at a time
if you make the time to check your charts once a day and then the Sum of all days at Weeks' end

You shouldn't go wrong

Capn  Chaza.gif
 
Joined
8 March 2007
Posts
461
Reactions
329
Ahoy Brave and Loyal Crew
Steady as she goes

15 days of Blue Sky is nothing to be sneezed at NOWADAYS!

( Please refer to the" Heiken Ashi Candlestick Chart window below)


AUDUSD D.png
 
Joined
8 March 2007
Posts
461
Reactions
329
Here She Comes At Us Again!

While Double Bottoms or "W" Bottoms are well known at Sea on the Global Exchanges
Triple Bottoms are Virtually UNKNOWN

TIP BOND  d.png

She is Going to be Merciless
Even the Great Oracle Of Omaha has fallen out of bed

BRK.A d.png

Run for Shelter!

XYZ Yacht.GIF
 
Last edited:
Joined
8 March 2007
Posts
461
Reactions
329
Weekly S&P 500 ChartStorm: Crash Vs. Bear Market; Clue On Chinese Stocks

I think that is a lot of rubbish!

Please don't give me ANY Rubbish ! on this thread
As they Say
Rubbish in Rubbish Out

Tell me in only Three sentences where They are right and I am wrong

Next time I advise you to read your Copy /Paste's First
In Full
or I will have you Blocked for Blocking this thread with unread material

Capn  Chaza.gif
 
Joined
20 July 2021
Posts
3,456
Reactions
4,532
it does ask the question , and in the fog of media jingoism , the investor has to cut through this fog
 
Joined
8 March 2007
Posts
461
Reactions
329
And then we get to the OBVIOUS TECHNICAL REVELATIONS of All Time on the All Ords

# 1: Storm always Strikes TWICE

and
# 2: Triple Bottoms FAIL Again and Again

# 3 : TRIPLE BOTTOMS are Virtually Unheard of at Sea on The Global Exchange

I hope this Chart Helps $XAO d.png

XYZ Yacht.GIF

Crikey!
I wonder where we would be if if we had a REAL TECH Sector of Classification in Australia

We are truly protected from these BIG TECH DISASTERS by not having any on our logbooks
 
Last edited:
Joined
20 July 2021
Posts
3,456
Reactions
4,532
And then we get to the OBVIOUS TECHNICAL REVELATIONS of All Time on the All Ords

# 1: Storm always Strikes TWICE

and
# 2: Triple Bottoms FAIL Again and Again

# 3 : TRIPLE BOTTOMS are Virtually Unheard of at Sea on The Global Exchange

I hope this Chart Helps View attachment 142993

View attachment 142994

Crikey!
I wonder where we would be if if we had a REAL TECH Sector of Classification in Australia

We are truly protected from these BIG TECH DISASTERS by not having any on our logbooks
the Oz tech sector often makes profits ( except those BNPL stocks ) and those profits and divs bring some investor support

take the ETF ATEC as an example

BETASHARES S&P/ASX AUSTRALIAN TECHNOLOGY ETF BETASHARES S&P/ASX AUSTRALIAN TECHNOLOGY ETF

of the 10 stocks mentioned i hold TNE ( 'free-carried ' bought @ $1.10 )

the 'tech sector ' for me has been a wonderland of small cheap stocks .. that pay divs



 

Attachments

  • FS (1).pdf
    140.4 KB · Views: 4
Joined
8 March 2007
Posts
461
Reactions
329
the Oz tech sector often makes profits ( except those BNPL stocks ) and those profits and divs bring some investor support

take the ETF ATEC as an example

BETASHARES S&P/ASX AUSTRALIAN TECHNOLOGY ETF BETASHARES S&P/ASX AUSTRALIAN TECHNOLOGY ETF

of the 10 stocks mentioned i hold TNE ( 'free-carried ' bought @ $1.10 )

the 'tech sector ' for me has been a wonderland of small cheap stocks .. that pay divs

Well Done!
I have never met anyone who has ever choked on "Dividends"
Well Done Again!
ETF's in IMHO are for Dummies
They are designed for the Lazy Investor who can't read 10 individual report cards or study 10 Charts

Most people I know who buy ETF's Spend more time at a restaurant selecting their meal than they do selecting an ETF

Go Figure!
 
Joined
20 July 2021
Posts
3,456
Reactions
4,532
Well Done!
I have never met anyone who has ever choked on "Dividends"
Well Done Again!
ETF's in IMHO are for Dummies
They are designed for the Lazy Investor who can't read 10 individual report cards or study 10 Charts

Most people I know who buy ETF's Spend more time at a restaurant selecting their meal than they do selecting an ETF

Go Figure!
in my novice days i was buying SOME ETFs as 'insurance ' against poor stock selections say SLF ( listed property funds ) and QFN ( the ASX 200 finance sector ex REITs ) now with time , research and experience you start to pick some good stocks deliberately
 
Joined
20 July 2021
Posts
3,456
Reactions
4,532
in my novice days i was buying SOME ETFs as 'insurance ' against poor stock selections say SLF ( listed property funds ) and QFN ( the ASX 200 finance sector ex REITs ) now with time , research and experience you start to pick some good stocks deliberately


BUT if you were going to haphazardly throw cash at ETFs , 2011 and 2012 was a good time to do so , and the second half of 2022 MIGHT be a similar opportune time ( if you think the US Fed will rush to rescue the markets and the US economy ) , but of course good stock pickers will be better most of the time by careful adding and reducing , but some investors are just time-poor and some gains are better than guaranteed loses from inflation
 
Joined
8 March 2007
Posts
461
Reactions
329
in my novice days i was buying SOME ETFs as 'insurance ' against poor stock selections say SLF ( listed property funds ) and QFN ( the ASX 200 finance sector ex REITs ) now with time , research and experience you start to pick some good stocks deliberately
That's what I am Saying
"ETF"s are for Dummies
Just Pick say the 1 or 2 of the best in each ETF and go for it

Create your own "Very All Ordinaries"
I will even bet that YOU could beat the Very Ordinary "All Ordinaries"
 
Joined
20 July 2021
Posts
3,456
Reactions
4,532
now ME , yes , but i am at home retired on a pension , those out working paying off a mortgage , car and family bills , well they might only have a couple of hours a day to look ,think and research stocks and hope the market is kind to them

if you are time-poor , then your are relying on timing and luck to get a good buying price ( after all you won't have 4 spare hours a day to read reports and news )
 
Top