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  • Kian Lee Teo

    Japanese people are known for their intelligence, politeness, and wellness. Why is this nation so unique and different from the rest of the world? It seems we’ve found the answer – they have an incredibly cool education system and unique teaching methods! There is a unique method in Japanese schools for developing creativity in kids.

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    Beta

    According to asset pricing theory, beta represents the type of risk, systematic risk, that cannot be diversified away. By definition, the market itself has a beta of 1.0, and individual stocks are ranked according to how much they deviate from the macro market. A stock with a beta of 2 has returns that change, on average, by twice the magnitude of the overall market's returns; when the market's return falls or rises by 3%, the stock's return will fall or rise (respectively) by 6% on average.

    https://www.stockopedia.com/ratios/beta-stock-5114/

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  • Kian Lee Teo

    Before Seven

    • In the first 7 years of our life, our brain is recording.
    • After that, the sub-conscious mind become a program.

    Two ways to re-program the sub-conscious mind:

    1/ Repetition of Practice

    • Keep repeating the same action / phrase

    2/ Theta While Sleeping

    • Before waking out of sleep, our mind is in theta state, which is equivalent to the first 7 years of recording state.

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  • Kian Lee Teo

    Rules


    Market Evolution

    “There is nothing new in Wall Street. There can’t be because speculation is as old as the hills. Whatever happens in the stock market today has happened before and will happen again.”

    “It is not good to be too curious about all the reasons behind price movements”

    Financial market has evolved and continue to evolve after Jesse time. With the introduction of complex products such as options, ETF, stock futures, HFT and electronics trading, the trending period is shorter but sharper.


    Trend

    “Buy rising stocks and sell falling stocks”

    “Trade only when the market is clearly bullish or bearish”

    “End trades when it is clear that the trend you are profiting from is over”

    “Go long when stocks reach a new high. Sell short when they reach a new low”

    “The highest profits are made in trades that show a profit right from the start”, “As long as a stock is acting right, and the market is right, do not be in a hurry to take profits”

    “Never buy a stock because it has had a big decline from its previous high”, “Never sell a stock because it seems high-priced”


    Long-term

    “Do not trade every day of every year”

    “Only enter a trade after the action of the market confirms your opinion and then enter promptly”


    Cut-loss

    “Continue with trades that show you a profit, end trades that show a loss”

    “Never average losses by, for example, buying more of a stock that has fallen”

    “Don’t become an involuntary investor by holding onto stocks whose price has fallen”


    Trade sector leaders

    “In any sector, trade the leading stock – the one showing the strongest trend”, “As long as a stock is acting right, and the market is right, do not be in a hurry to take profits”, The leaders of today may not be the leaders of two years from now.

    “It is much easier to watch a few than many”


    Market vs Stock

    “As long as a stock is acting right, and the market is right, do not be in a hurry to take profits”, The leaders of today may not be the leaders of two years from now.

    Do not become completely bearish or bullish on the whole market because one stock in some particular group has plainly reversed its course from the general trend.


    Emotion

    “Markets are never wrong – opinions often are”

    “No trading rules will deliver a profit 100 percent of the time”

    “The human side (emotion) of every person is the greatest enemy of the average investor or speculator”, “Patterns repeat, because human nature hasn’t changed for thousand of year”

    Few people ever make money on tips. Beware of inside information. If there was easy money lying around, no one would be forcing it into your pocket.


    https://www.marcellagerwerf.com/jesse-livermore-quotes/
    https://www.businessinsider.com/jesse-livermores-trading-rules-2014-9?IR=T

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  • Kian Lee Teo

    3. 20EMA Carry?

    In the beginning, after the first rejection off the key resistance level, price penetrated nicely below the 20ema. But as we get closer and closer towards the right where the squeeze is taking place, you see the market barely go below it for more than a single candle before resurfacing.

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    Notice how the first few times the rejection approaches the 20ema, it breaks through after one candle. But towards the end many candles start to float above it where some traders are entering in anticipation of the breakout.

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  • Kian Lee Teo

    2. Pre-Breakout Pressure or Tension (Squeeze)

    This pre-breakout tension is highly important because it creates a friction and pressure upon the defenders (in this case the bears). As the bears realize their rejections off a key level are getting smaller, while the bulls continue to gain more upside and territory, it causes a friction in their minds that forces them to make a critical decision (either stay in and defend, or exit the market).

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    You can easily identify a price action squeeze and this pre-breakout pressure, or tension, by the price action forming higher lows in attacking a resistance level, or lower highs when attacking a support level. This is a combination of the current bulls willing to buy up the instrument at a worse price, along with new bulls wanting to get long before the breakout.

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    1. Well Defined Support/Resistance Level

    The first pre-requisite to identifying a healthy pre-breakout situation is having a clearly defined barrier in the form of a support or resistance level. The classic case is when you have a trend in place (lets say uptrend) and then the price action runs into resistance at a key level.

    Ideally, you want there to be at least two touches on this level before defining it. The more horizontal and neater this level is - the better. But it should be noted, this is just a pre-requisite and generally by itself not enough to identify a healthy breakout setup. The reason for the two touches is to identify a sticking point where players are parked and what level they are defending that the (bulls in this case) are unable to penetrate.

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  • Kian Lee Teo

    This series between the impulsive vs. corrective moves will generally continue until the market encounters a counter-trend impulsive move, which usually translates to an equal or greater force on the opposing side of the market. Very similar to Newton’s Laws of Motion about an object in motion will stay in motion until acted upon another object with equal or greater force.

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    Glancing at the chart above starting with the bottom left at move A, you can see how it was an impulsive move, followed by a corrective move (B). This series continued until…it hit a counter-trend impulsive move in G. It was only until here did the bulls finally relent control as the opposing bears took control of the price action with the bulls likely taking profit or exiting all together, especially after the low point from move D was taken out. Ironically, what followed move G, was a corrective move after, followed by the bears continuing the down-leg.

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