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Wednesday, 30 October 2013
Funds Flow Analysis (FFA): 30 October 2013, Wednesday, 2.15pm Singapore Time
Current Latest Computed Funds Flow Analysis (FFA):
ForWorldwide Financial Markets:
30 October 2013, Wednesday, 2.15pm Singapore Time
The Donovan Norfolk Ang Funds Flow Analysis Indicator
for Worldwide Financial Markets 30 October 2013, Wednesday
Broad Markets / Big Markets / Big Wind Directions
European markets are 45 minutes away from opening for trading, while US markets (Dow, S&P500 and NASDAQ) are 7 hours 15 minutes away from the opening bell.
Based on current latest computational results, Holdings Index Strength of Big Hands changed from +3.799 to +4.621 in strength on the Donovan Norfolk Funds Flow Index Oscillator. On the other front, Big Hands' Puts holdings on hand changed from -2.624 to -2.027 in strength on the Donovan Norfolk Funds Flow Index Oscillator.
Broad/Big Market (Big Wind Direction) Short-Term / Mid-Term Posture by Big Hands:
+ Big Hands were large dual-longs yesterday: large increase in longs and took profits of their puts for second consecutive day yesterday.
+ Big Hands' puts on hand had spiked up in prices last week and are still in-the-money (profits).
+ Big Hands are not shorting the markets despite consolidations, however they are holding puts as short term downside-selling protections.
+ For today, Big Hands are dual longs again for the 2nd consecutive day.
+ Big Hands further increased their positions in longs, possibly there will be good news from FOMC Meeting and from New FED chief Yellen.
+ Big Hands further reduced their puts today.
+ Markets are very bullish-biased.
+ Any immediate term corrections are subset of healthy mid-term upwave movements as per reiterated during the past few weeks of a large wave relief rally rebound.
+ Overall Funds Actions Structure: Short-Term correction within Mid-Term larger uptrend still expected, however note that all Short-Term corrections are occuring within a very strong Mid-Term Upwave Rally; so if one is shorting, it is considered a MidTerm-CounterTrend trade. CounterTrends have more risks when wrong.
+ Shorts should not be aggressive during a counter-trend, and instead should adopt a fast-in-fast-out profit taking stance (I am cutting all my short term hedging shorts on HSI and FKLI, which are small counter-trend trades for risk management, while still holding on to all my longs in Commodity Stocks, Equities, Gold, Silver, and the respective Forex Pairs against the USD which were all accumulated since end-August to early September as per analysed live; will not do any small hedging shorts against my mid-term longs anymore).
+ Investors/Bulls could re-accumulate buys on dips for the larger mid-term rallies per reiterated yesterday as Big Hands persistently refuse to short the markets.
+ Big Hands' operations had for last week concentrated merely and mainly in using puts to profit for short term (not using shorts). They are reducing this puts play this week and increasing longs.
+ Posture of Funds Flow Analysis: BULLISH-BIASED with mid term larger wave relief rally expected to last till Christmas.
+ FFA Litmus Test Results:
International financial markets worldwide (Stocks, Equities, Indices, Commodities, Forex: EURUSD, GBPUSD, AUDUSD, NZDUSD, CANADIAN DOLLAR CAD, SWISS FRANC CHF AND JAPANESE YEN JPY, Gold, Silver, Crude Palm Oil and Crude Oil) are still within a mid term relief rally bounce and any short term corrections are to be judged as healthy retracements. The resumption in their relief rallies are about to resume starting from today.
+ Below are shallow short-term correction targets of any correction, if it comes, so that the rally can go even higher:
7. AUD, NZD, EUR, GBP, JPY, CAD, CHF will generally be weak until the corrections end.
+ Below are much larger mid-term upwave targets that still hold:
+ Financial Markets, Commodities Markets, Oil, Gold, Silver and Forex markets (AUD, EUR, CAD, GBP, NZD, CHF etc) are still expected to have some more upside against the US Dollar, and this upside is expected to be healthy until I turn reversal.
+ Expectations are still unchanged: FCPO 3000RM as target, Gold $1500-$1550 as first target and $1750-$1800 as second target, Silver $30.00 as target, Golden Agri (Palm Oil Stock) S$0.60 as 1st target and S$0.74 as 2nd target, AUDUSD $0.96 as first target and $1.00 parity as 2nd target, USDJPY ￥83.54-￥84.00 as final target, India CNX Nifty Index 6188-6320 as up-move target and break-out of 6320 points as second target, and Oil $118.00-$120.00 as tentative target, FKLI 1900 points as target, or until I turn reversal.
+ And the ULTIMATE BIG TARGET: Stocks Worldwide and across the international boards to rally on every overbought and on top of public disbelief.
+ Emerging Markets, Asia and Peripheral European Markets are expected to outperform: Risk-on Rallies worldwide still expected together with Gold, Silver and Commodities, and will continue up-move until I turn reversal.
+ Special Note:
The respective asset class markets (Gold, Silver, Crude Oil, Palm Oil, Commodities, Forex, Stocks and Worldwide Stock Market Indices) have moved in my directions since.
+ So far, only India SGX/CNX Nifty Index, AUDUSD has hit initial targets as above listed.
+ More upsides in worldwide financial markets (Stocks, Equities, Indices, Commodities, Forex: EURUSD, GBPUSD, AUDUSD, NZDUSD, CANADIAN DOLLAR CAD, SWISS FRANC CHF AND JAPANESE YEN JPY, Gold, Silver, Crude Palm Oil and Crude Oil) are still expected (refer past analyses).
+ Japan's QE effects are wearing out, Nikkei-225 may become the weakest link of international financial markets when the rising tide ends.
Broad/Big Market (Big Wind Direction) Long Term Outlook by Big Hands:
+ Weak markets (e.g. Philippines, India, Korea etc) had entered into Bear Market Zones at high points previously.
+ Strong markets (e.g. US, Singapore, Germany, etc) had held on to critical supports temporarily and will attempt to bounce off these critical supports; these critical supports will get tested repeatedly (their critical supports are still being tested currently).
+ US markets (DJIA, S&P500 and NASDAQ) will go on to make all time new highs while all other markets are still in support-turned-resistance testing modes.
+ Rebounds of emerging economies will merely be dead cat bounces.
In essence, there will be 3 groups of BIG MARKET MOVEMENTS from now:
1st Group (Weak Markets):
Weak markets such as Korea KOSPI , Philippines, Indonesia, Spain IBEX etc.
These markets already broke down critical supports which denote initial bear market stage; these will do dead cat bouncing back-tests (falling knife dead cat rebounds).
Sell on rebounds.
2nd group (Mid-strength Markets):
Singapore STI, Hong Kong HSI, UK FTSE100, France CAC, Italy MIB, Spain etc
These markets will rebound off critical supports now (STI 2925-3065 pts, HSI 19000-19500 pts, FTSE-UK 5900-6000 pts as analysed previously), with no breakdowns yet. Refer to all past technical analyses.
Ride, observe and be cautiously ready to sell.
3rd grp (Strong Markets):
US Markets of S&P500, DJIA and NASDAQ, German DAX as well as Malaysian KLCI
These markets may hover at all time new highs and throw a big array of confusions to traders, investors and analysts. While US hover around all time new highs, weak markets' rebounds will confirm bear market and mid-strength markets may transit to bear market phase in this rebound.