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Right Timing

Time for STI to gain strength against SPX

SINGAPORE (May 1): The US market had one of its best months in the past 30 years in April. However, May could turn out to be more volatile.

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STI breaks out of minor resistance, setting upside target

SINGAPORE (April 17): Chart breakouts show potential. Sometimes we never get to the potential. Still, for the Straits Times Index, there is good news, and bad news.

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STI rebound fails but establishes resistance at 2,561

SINGAPORE (April 4): The rebound that took place in the week of March 23–27 failed to get past 2,561 reached on March 27, establishing this as a resistance level.

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Rebound can move higher before fizzling out

SINGAPORE (March 27): In normal circumstances, resistance levels appear at previous highs and areas of congestion.

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Paltry rebound for STI; new support at 2,311

SINGAPORE (March 20): In normal times, the market should have rebounded earlier and the Straits Times Index should have rebounded 200 points to 2,620. But these are not normal times.

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STI readies for rebound

SINGAPORE (March 13): Finally, a white candle appeared on Friday the 13th.

A white candle shows that the Straits Times Index closed at a higher level than it opened.

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STI remains weak as it tests 2018 low

SINGAPORE (March 6): At times of sharp declines, important lows provide support.

The STI has moved below the Oct 2018 low of 2,972 and is testing the intra-day Oct 2018 low of 2,961.

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STI oversold in short term, weak in long term

SINGAPORE (Feb 28): Important lows provide support and he intermediate low for the Straits Times Index is at 2,972 which happened in October 2018 was.

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STI held down by some heavyweights

SINGAPORE (Feb 21): The outlook is uncertain according to the many strategy reports that are published daily.

Chart 1: STI with moving averages and momentum

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Resistance approaches for STI; breakout challenging

SINGAPORE (Feb 14): Resistance for the Straits Times Index appears near its current level of 3,220 to 3,231, at the confluence of the 50- and 200- day moving averages.

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