this type of analysis useful?
regular investing and trading routine, Robert looks at the Aussie share
market in a few different ways, and mostly ustilising the "4
Windows" analysis approach.
On a weekly
Robert views a handful of price charts of our major market index. These
are previewed in the public
high-level analysis mentioned
analysis of Bull and Bear markets (also mentioned above) has led to a
few conclusions. One of which is that we need to be both a little
nimble, and rather sensible
with our investing. In fact, Robert is a nimble
short term investor.
we can see a bear market developing, we should consider changing some,
or all, of our stocks into cash to ride out the storm. This is
protecting our capital from downside risk. If the market starts
falling, who knows how far it will fall before recovering to new highs?
Remember the real truth about blue chip shares which can be very
dissapointing. But, of course, the action we take should be according
to our own
investing and trading strategy which needs to be written down somewhere.
weekly analysis Robert uses here is so that we can be on the lookout
for possible bear markets - to avoid them. And to be on the lookout for bull markets to
Ordinaries (XAO) index - but why? Well, it is the top 500 stocks in the
Aussie market. If the index is moving up, it means that a number of key
stocks within the index are rising. And conversely, if the index is
falling, then a number of key stocks in the index are falling.
we watch the XAO index, and take note of what it is doing, it gives us
a reasonable understanding of the market as a whole. Some people use
this as a "filter". That is, if the analysis says we are in a falling
market, then they do not buy into the market (but in fact a very nimble
investor who knows that not all stocks fall in a falling market will
still find opportunities, and use prudent risk management).
a healthy bull market is under way, then it is much easier to have profitable investments.
And, this type
analysis can be applied to individual company price charts, not just
the market index.
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