M-tops and W-bottoms are the most trusted intra-day trading techniques.A double top forms when the price makes a high within an uptrend, and then pulls back. On the next rally the price peaks near the prior high, and then falls below the pullback low. It's called a double top because the price peaked in the same area twice, unable to move above that resistance area.
Lets take a look at M-tops Strategy, when last resistance is break take short(sell) position stop loss should be above the latest peak or latest swing high. Take profit according to risk to reward ratio.
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Asian equity markets trade mixed, after declines in the US; Shanghai Composite moves between gains and losses
0 711:15 AM Jun 23, 2018
Equity investors in China are taking a flyer on a strategy that hasn’t worked in years, speculating small caps will soar on the country’s sweeping plans to invigorate its fastest-growing firms.
China’s three most popular exchange-traded funds in 2018 all track smaller stocks, luring some $3 billion in net new assets, data compiled by Bloomberg show. While that’s a tiny slice of the nation’s $7.4 trillion equity market, it’s nearly 60 percent of all the cash that’s gone into stock funds trading in Shanghai or Shenzhen, according to the data.
Deutsche Bank AG is about to embark on a retreat from a swathe of equities markets across the world, including some on its own doorstep in Europe, according to people familiar with the matter.
Germany’s biggest lender, which is expected to announce a range of restructuring measures to coincide with its annual shareholder meeting Thursday, will sharply reduce its presence in the U.S. market, and has also started cutting activity in the Central Europe, Middle East and Africa region, the people said, asking not to be identified discussing private information.
The decisions spring from a wide-ranging review of the bank’s global equities business. Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewing has indicated that the bank will scale back the business that services hedge funds and the trading of stocks will also be affected, according to people with knowledge of the discussions.
I’m not big on talking finance since it’s my job and I like to disconnect from it to give me some balance. But This is probably my maxim on investing and life. “Losers Average Losers”
I know most people gravitate to Warren Buffett all the damn time, and he’s great and all, but I’ve rarely if ever, seen anyone really even closely successful in his investment strategies. But I do hear a crap ton about “value investing” and “modern portfolio” bs. In fact Buffett says most investment/financial analysis is just worthless noise.
If you’re in the investment world and you don’t know who this guy in the pic is already, I’d seriously question whether you’re doing enough research (ie go read up!!!). Never read or watch investment advice that only backs your decided philosophy. If you’re buying something purely to dollar cost average, you’re a loser. Investments take time, research and skill and hearing a lot of incomplete or just wrong information. You have to hate loosing $$$ more than how much $$$ you think you can make. Hating loosing $$$ does not mean you’re not going to loose $$$. Those who followed the “I want the returns but no loses” all went with Bernie Madoff. Everyday you don’t sell an investment, that’s like saying I’m buying that investment. But ‘losers average losers’ also with the people they have in their life. You have to really identify if a person is negative or just critical. Embrace the critical but dump the negative (negative can also mean saying positive lies because they want to manipulate you). Keeping those negative people in your life is the same thing as keeping a loosing investment. Loser employers average losers by hiring better employees to counter lazy/bad ones. Instead of getting rid of the loser employee they are again keeping a loosing investment. “Don’t be a hero. Don’t have an ego. Always question yourself and your ability. Don’t ever feel that you are very good. The second you do, you are dead.” -Paul Tudor Jones
1 4311:56 PM May 19, 2018
Energy stocks rallied, boosting Asia’s benchmark gauge after Brent topped $80 a barrel for the first time since 2014.
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index rose 0.2 percent to 174.46 as of 4:00 p.m. in Hong Kong after fluctuating between small gains and losses. The rally in oil prices gave some benchmark indexes a boost in an attempt to play catch-up with U.S. energy stocks, which had their second-biggest rally in a month.
Traders mostly shrugged off a report, citing an unidentified official from U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration, that China offered a $200 billion reduction in its annual trade surplus with the U.S. Later in the day, two posts on Chinese state social media disputed the report, and a foreign ministry official said no such offer had been made to his knowledge.
0 44:24 PM May 18, 2018
Just seven years ago, Noble Group was a $11 billion-plus Asian commodity powerhouse, trading everything from soybeans to oil. As it readies its latest earnings report, it’s worth barely $80 million, rooted among Singapore’s penny stocks.
Due later on Tuesday, Noble’s first-quarter results will shed light on whether it can stem huge losses provoked by a lack of trade financing and market calls that went sour - while whittling down a debt mountain. They also precede shareholder meetings and legal rulings that will decide whether it survives.
0 59:11 AM May 15, 2018
Foreign investors have pulled out Rs 12,671 crore (USD 2 billion) from the Indian capital markets, in the last eight trading sessions, primarily due to surge in global crude prices and rise in yields of government securities here.
These developments follow an outflow of over Rs 15,500 crore from the capital markets (equity and debt) in April, the steepest in 16 months. As per the latest depository data, Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) withdrew a net sum of Rs 4,030 crore from equities and another Rs 8,641 crore from the debt market during May 2-11, taking the total to Rs 12,671 crore (about USD 2 billion). #PebbleSierra#EquityTrading
0 32:02 PM May 13, 2018
French rivals Societe Generale and BNP Paribas had wildly different fortunes in equity trading in a first quarter characterised by the return of volatility.
BNPP surpassed SG in equities and prime services revenues in the three months to March 31 for the first time, on the basis of existing comparable data, reporting €692 million to its competitor’s €659 million.
U.S. banks are churning out profits like never before, and shareholders just aren’t feeling it.
Corporate tax cuts helped the six largest U.S. banks produce combined net income that surpassed $30 billion for the first time ever. Their trading revenue was the highest in three years as they capitalized on volatile equity markets. Rising interest rates fueled revenue from lending.
Yet, most of the banks’ stocks have followed a similar pattern in recent days, initially rising as each company posted results only to erase gains as the hours wore on. Analysts and even some bank executives poured cold water on the sustainability of the performance.