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Wednesday, 25 November 2009

Greed And Fear - Part 4

http://createwealth8888.blogspot.com/2009/10/greed-and-fear-part-3.html

I have this chance to observe how the Greed and Fear action played out in a trader on her trade on Kep Corp.


She has queued to sell at $8.44 and sudden movement of price up and she quickly withdrew her sell order. She was very happy and hoped that Kep Corp could continue to move up.

However, an hour later, when HSI dropped sharply, probably due to stumbling of SSE when the Central Banker may tighten Chinese banks’ capital requirement.

Fear of losing and she pressed the panic Sell button at $8.41.

Guess what, Kep Corp recovered and continue to power up. The reason for more buying interests from BBs probably due to several month of dry spell (no orders announcement) and suddenly out of the blue, it announced 2 orders. The better one is on drill ships which many analysts believe that Kep is unable to compete.

In a long spell of dry season, 1 day of rain may bring hope to the farmers.

How can we probably overcome this Fear and Greed in the market to make better decision?

I am still working hard on it. FA or/and TA for Exit strategy?

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