Thursday, April 15, 2010

Jiangxi Copper (0358)

Jiangxi Copper Weekly Chart

May have broken the immediate downtrend line indicating the end of consolidation period.

Disclosure: Long in call warrant.

Friday, January 15, 2010

HKSE Weekly Summary

SSECI Daily Chart

SSECI: Congested movement. Need to break above 3250 for the next rally. Uptrend support is at around 3100.

HSCEI Daily Chart

HSCEI: Given a daily sell signal. Not good. However, no sell signal on the weekly chart. Therefore, should be just a normal correction. Look for support at around 12000 based on the weekly chart.

HSI Daily Chart

HSI: This is the base building that I talked about last week. It should not go down below 21400 (uptrend support line) to ensure that the base building is successful for the next rally.

Friday, January 8, 2010

HKSE Weekly Summary

HSCEI Weekly Chart

The correction for HSCEI is over with the break of the immediate downtrend line. The next phase is to build a phase for the next rally up. Immediate resistance is at around 14000.

HSI Weekly Chart

Same as HSCEI, need to build a base first before can move up higher. Base building level is at around 22000. If HSI can break 23000, then the next resistance is at 26000.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Hang Seng Bank (0011)

Hang Seng Bank Daily Chart

A triangle pattern. Look out for a break.

Disclosure: No position.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Open for Business

Ok, I have finally completed the Hong Kong warrant database. My Bursa Malaysia Warrant Calculator now supports all the equity based warrants in Hong Kong!

I have clasified all the equity based on its nature of business. The list is as follows (stocks with warrants):
Auto -> Denway, Dongfeng, Geely, Weichai
Construction -> CCCC, China RailCons
Construction/Material -> Anhui Conch, CNBM
Consumer -> China Resources
Consumer/Food -> China Agri, Mengniu, Yurun
Consumer/Textile -> Anta, Belle, Esprit, Li&Fung, Li Ning
Energy/Coal -> China Coal, Fushan, Hidili, Mongolia Energy, Shenhua, Yanzhou
Energy/Oil -> Citic Res, Cnooc, CNPC, Petrochina, Sinopec
Finance/Bank -> Bk East Asia, BOC, BOCHK, Bocom, CBC, CiticBk, CM Bk, HangSeng Bk, HSBC, ICBC, Minsheng, Stanchart
Finance/Broker -> China EB, HKEX
Finance/ETF -> A50, LinkREIT, SPDR-Gold, Trahk
Finance/Insurance -> China Life, PICC, Pingan
Industrial -> China HST, Foxconn, Kingboard, ND Paper, SH Electric, SH Ind, Sinoma
Industrial/Battery -> BYD
Industrial/Chemical -> China Bluechem, SH Petrochem, Sinofert
Industrial/Metal -> Chalco, Hunan Metal
Industrial/Semicon -> SMIC
Industrial/Steel -> Angang, Maanshan
IT/Computer -> Lenovo
IT/Software -> Alibaba, Tencent
Mining -> China Moly, Jiangxi Copper, Zhaojin, Zijin
Property -> Agile, Cheung Kung, China Overseas, China ResLand, Country Garden, Franshion, Guangzhou Inv, Hang Lung, Henderson Land, Hysan, KWG, New World, R&F Prop, Renhe, Shimao, SHKProp, ShuiOn Land, Sino Land, Sino-Ocean Land, Swire Pacific A, Wharf Hldg
Telco -> China CSC, China Telecom, China Unicom, China Mobile, ZTE
Transport -> Beijing Airport
Transport/Airline -> Air China, Cathay Pac Air
Transport/Port -> Cosco
Transport/Rail -> China Railway, MTR
Transport/Road -> Jiangsu Express
Transport/Shipping -> China Cosco, China Merchant, CSCL, Pacific Basin, Sinotrans
Utility/Electric -> China RPower, Citic, CLP, Datang, Huaneng Power
Utility/Gas -> HK & China Gas
Utility/Water -> Guangdong Inv

You can see that there are a lot of stocks with warrants. Some popular stocks have hundred of warrants. I think the record is currently held by HSBC with 200+ warrants.

I will have a headache in organising the information in my head. Currently, I'm still familiarizing myself with the sectors. As I have traded warrants for Hong Kong stocks that is listed in Malaysia, this somehow reduce a little bit of the task.

Currently, I'm going through all the relevant charts so that at what stage of movement the stocks are at present.