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Archive for January, 2013


All good things must come to an end…

Regular YouTube will no longer be produced (but the historical recordings will still stay on) and this website, ChartingAcademy.com will be dormant. Do join in my mailing list as once in a while if I do see something nice, I will send out some emails. With this, I thank you for the wonderful experience over […]

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Jan 21, 2013 Weekly Singapore Stocks with Jonathan Tan (Part 1).

“All clear. Bulls on board.This is a different bull and we are poised to go even higher.” That was echoed all over the world with all bad news disregarded. Could it be really true? Those that was investing in stock market since 2007 have all recovered their 2008 losses and all is happy now? With […]

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Jan 14, 2013 Weekly Singapore Stocks with Jonathan Tan.

Uncle Mario says Europe will be fine and market loves it. However right after the market closed last week, new property cooling measures was announced and the jubilant retailers turned bearish especially on property sectors. What will happen this week? Will the market “crash”? Or will it just gap lower but goes higher?  Which Singapore […]

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Yangzijiang at resistance

Yangzijiang is now showing a shooting star at 200 day moving average acting as resistance. Will there be a bearish confirmation? Cosco is also behaving similarly to Yangzijiang. Brothers moving together?

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Jan 07, 2013 Weekly Singapore Stocks with Jonathan Tan.

Happy Huat Huat 2013 to everyone. It is going to be an awesome year ahead. Fiscal Cliff is now solved, and US unemployment is below 8%, Europe seems to be solved.. The bulls are partying everywhere and everyone is asking what stocks to buy now that there are no more bad news. Or is it? […]

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Drama, drama, drama…

WASHINGTON, Jan 1 (Reuters) – The United States averted economic calamity on Tuesday when lawmakers approved a deal preventing huge tax hikes and spending cuts that would have pushed the world’s largest economy off the “fiscal cliff” into recession. By a vote of 257 to 167, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives approved a bill that […]

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