Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) – Shares of Netflix, Inc. rallied in the $127’s on Thursday as the shorts covered around $120 on Wednesday. Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) – Shares of Netflix, Inc. turned lower on Monday and traded into the $122’s. DryShips, Inc. (DRYS) – The baltic dry index finally rose on Thursday and Drys broke above $6.50. Disc. The above shared analysis is solely my view as per my understanding and knowledge and for educational purpose. The trendy boutique ideas or any information shared are for Educational Purpose. However, investors can still make money anytime in a stock market, as long as they can pick the correct stock at the right time. For consumer stocks, share prices of PADINI, SCGM & WANGZNG have made a move upwards, while TEOSENG & YEELEE still remain almost the same compared to March this year. Not only can you get Free stock Tips individually, you can buy different types of stocks to buy and sell stocks, identify trends and understand the types of charts and give information about the information about them.
Year-to-date, I get the feeling that Malaysia’s stock market does not perform too well. 14.65 as well as $14.77 which is the 50 day moving average. If you have been trying to figure out how to make 300 dollars a day every day trading penny stocks, you are not alone. On tech related stocks, UNISEM, MMSV & PENTA have made significant gain recently. One of my customer who works in Penta told me some time in Q4 last year that they received lots of orders and have to work extra hard. This CAGR is the equivalent annual interest of a daily compounded savings bank account over the same 5 year period. My thinking on this has been changed by a paper by my former Yale SOM colleagues Alan Moreira and Tyler Muir, “Volatility-Managed Portfolios.” Sharp market drops are accompanied by sharp increases in market volatility, and volatility remains predictably high for a short period afterwards. Even though I am not close to the stock market in this period of time, I still know that Airasia and Airasia X which are not in my watch list, have generated substantial interest among investors and as a result, their share prices have already doubled this year.
First Resources has its share price fallen quite a lot but I’m still hesitating whether I should start to accumulate it. The stock that surprise me a lot is YOCB in which its share price suddenly soars 50% in the last 2 months from 90sen to RM1.35. All 3 stocks are trading sideways at the moment and don’t seem to benefit a lot from low oil price. I always hope to have a healthcare-related stocks in my portfolio. Of course I did not buy them until now, as I hope to limit export-orientated stocks in my portfolio. Other export-orientated stocks that do not perform quite well up to this time include CHINWEL, HOMERIZ, KAREX, LCTH, LUXCHEM, MAGNI & WELLCAL. MKH’s share price seems to do well but not the other two. Their share prices do not perform well in the first half of 2016 as crude oil price still stays relatively low below USD50. I still have not study this stock in detail even though it’s always in my watch list.