From $115.18 per share on 16th Jan, yesterday it has closed at $123.78 per share. A 7.5% push northwards in two weeks.
For comparison of how well McDonald’s did in the last two weeks, the best performing being S&P500 went from 187.8 to 193.7 (+3.1%), Dow Jones Industrial Average from 15988 to 16466 (+3.0%), Hang Seng Index from 19520 to 19683 (+0.8%), while STI Indexremains stagnant at $2630 level.
However I am totally bewildered at how little local page views the previous blog post received. I’m really not sure why but I will gladly appreciate if someone could entertain me as to why Singaporeans are not keen on trying out historically proven trend trading with technical analysis or investing in stocks in the NYSE Market with much lesser risk of manipulation? These are facts I believe in. Maybe it’s just me, but I know I am right with it and it suits my personality towards reaching my financial goals.
Now onto updates on McDonald’s.
Review of NYSE:MCD
What has happened in the last week has created a really really good monthly candlestick closure for Jan16.
For tech traders in the know, yes it’s a well created bullish engulfing pattern. For layman, it shows that the bull strength held really well throughout Jan16, broke through Dec15’s highest point, and closed ABOVE it. Closing above it is really important as it shows it not only created higher high, but it manages to close at the new high due to little short-sellers, many buyers. Basic demand and supply?
Based on my experience trading FOREX pairs for past two years, this bull could last for at least another 2-3 months, or maybe many more.
And for the record, while FX is a very volatile market and changes trend every now and then, Stock market on the other hand is totally different. Most stocks can trend for years and consolidate for years, which is why I was emphasising and surprised why so little investors in Singapore do not buy into this yet.
Trend trading using technicals, with low to mid-low risk on your capital, you should reap rewards of around a mid to mid-high risk level. Again, just opinions based on my past experiences of 400+ live trades in the past 2 years, which I’m sure I’ve more types of trades to experience. But one thing I’m confident to say I’m good at, is my dominance in every emotions of trading. I think I might just write a special article/ebook of my experiences in trading so far just for my blog subscribers. 😉
As in my previous review, I’ve recommended in my opinion to enter on breakout closure above $120 per share level, I still trust that entries made from this point forward will still be profitable.
Do let me know what other stocks/FX pairs you would like me to review on and I’ll try my best to do over the weekends when I book out of camp. 🙂
Regards, The Independent Abecedarian
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