Wednesday, May 13, 2009

BSKL SHARE TRADE ONLINE

BSKL SHARE TRADE ONLINE
Share Watchlist
ISLAMIC
1.TM 10.AXIATA
2.KNM 11.LIONDIV
3.SAAG 12.SIME
4.EQUINE 13.GLOMAC
5.KUB 14.RANHILL
6.TENAGA 15.AXIATA
7.MRCB 16.RAMUNIA
8.UEMLAND 17.DIGI
9.ZELAN

CONVENTIONAL
1.MAYBANK
2.HSBC
3.TA
4.MAA

Start on Saturday 16.5.2009 .
STEP 1.
A.BSKL
Basically STOCK divided by two section;
1.Syariah Complience
2.NON Syariah Complience

rules and regulation;
http://www.klse.com.my/website/bm/rules_and_regulations/bursa_rules/bm_securities.html
Trading session:http://www.klse.com.my/website/bm/trading/bursa_trade/equities_trading_session.html
B.SHARE
If the Share 2/3 from the company , then will be invited for AGM Annual Meeting.
C.BROKER
Middle agency for deposit and the agency is registered with SC Malaysia for Investor.
http://www.sc.com.my/sub.asp?pageid=&menuid=220&newsid=&linkid=&type=
Example Broker;
1.MAYBANK
2.CIMB
3.OSK
4.K&N Kenanga
and Etc.
broker online trading;
http://www.cimbisla mic.com/index. php?tpt=islamic
http://www.kenwealt h.com/bin/ home.asp
http://www.hlb.com.my
https://www.rhbinvest.com

Broker rank as top
statistic:
http://www.klse.com.my/website/bm/brokers/equities/broker_ranking.html
D.ACC
OPEN ACC MAYBANK TRADE ONLINE
For opening acc online trade it can be done by applying online,
2 Way of opening the Acc Maybank SIC.Anyway Sahabat2 have to sign document, ic photostat and filling up the form still need to be done at Maybank SIC.In the Maybank SIC personal incharge will explain all the details.

Max perperson only 2 Acc trading allowed.
3 acc;
1.NON MARGIN - Islamic
For TRADE = Syariah complience with T+3
2.NON MARGIN - Conventional
For convensional with T+3
3.NON MARGIN - CASH
For Maybank share dan yang lain2 cash-no T+3



ALAMAT MAYBANK SIC = SELANGOR DISTRIC

KAJANG SIC (12026)
Branch Branch
Information
2ND FLOOR, NO. 28 - 30 JALAN TUKANG, 43000 KAJANG
Selangor

Facilities
Share Investment Centres Tel
03-87373588
03-87366388
03-87372155

Fax
03-87338196


STEP 2.
The two primary approaches of analyzing markets are fundamental analysis and technical analysis.
One clear point of distinction between fundamentals and technicals is that fundamental analysis studies the causes of market movements, while technical analysis studies the effects of market movements.
1.ANALISIS (FUNDAMANTLE & INFO2 FUNDAMANTLE)
Understanding Fundamental Analysis
Fundamentals focus on financial and economic theories, as well as political developments to determine forces of supply and demand.

Fundamental analysis comprises the examination of macroeconomic indicators, asset markets, and political considerations when evaluating one nation's currency relative to another. Macroeconomic indicators include figures such as growth rates; as measured by Gross Domestic Product, interest rates, inflation, unemployment, money supply, foreign exchange reserves and productivity. Asset markets comprise stocks, bonds, and real estate. Political considerations impact the level of confidence in a nation's government, the climate of stability and level of certainty.

INFO2 FUNDAMANTLE ANALISIS CAN BE FOUND AT;
Oversea input
http://www.reuters. com/
http://www.cnbc. com/
http://www.bloomber g.com/?b= 0&Intro=intro3
http://europe. wsj.com/home- page

Malaysia input
http://biz.thestar. com.my/news/
http://www.bernama. com/bernama/ v5/index. php
http://www.theedgem alaysia.com/
http://www.bnm. gov.my/
http://www.treasury .gov.my/
http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?sec=Bisnes&i=section/bisnes.asp
2.ANALISIS (TECHNICAL & INFO2 TECHNICAL)
Understanding Technical Analysis
Technical analysis examines past price and volume data to forecast future price movements. This type of analysis focuses on the formation of charts and formulae to capture major and minor trends, identify buying/selling opportunities, and assessing the extent of market turnarounds. you could use technical analysis on an intraday basis .

Example Theory;

Dow Theory

The oldest theory in technical analysis states that prices fully reflect all existing information. Knowledge available to participants (traders, analysts, portfolio managers, market strategists and investors) is already discounted in the price action. Movements caused by unpredictable events such as acts of god will be contained within the overall trend. Technical analysis aims at studying price action to draw conclusions on future moves.

Developed primarily around stock market averages, the Dow Theory holds that prices progressed into wave patterns, which consisted of three types of magnitude—primary, secondary and minor. The time involved ranged from less than three weeks to over a year. The theory also identified retracement patterns, which are common levels by which trends pare their moves. Such retracements are 33%, 50% and 66%.

Fibonacci Retracement

This is a popular retracement series based on mathematical ratios arising from natural and man-made phenomena. It is used to determine how far a price has rebounded or backtracked from its underlying trend. The most important retracement levels are: 38.2%, 50% and 61.8%.

Elliott Wave

Ellioticians classify price movements in patterned waves that can indicate future targets and reversals. Waves moving with the trend are called impulse waves, whereas waves moving against the trend are called corrective waves. Elliott Wave Theory breaks down impulse waves and corrective waves into five primary and three secondary movement respectively. The eight movements comprise a complete wave cycle. Time frames can range from 15 minutes to decades.

The challenging part of Elliott Wave Theory is figuring out the relativity of the wave structure. A corrective wave, for instance, could be composed of sub impulsive and corrective waves. It is therefore crucial to determine the role of a wave in relation to the greater wave structure. Thus, the key to Elliot Waves is to be able to identify the wave context in question. Ellioticians also use Fibonacci retracements to predict the tops and bottoms of future waves.

What to Look For in Technicals?

Find the Trend

One of the first things you'll ever hear in technical analysis is the following motto: "the trend is your friend." Finding the prevailing trend will help you become aware of the overall market direction and offer you better visibility—especially when shorter-term movements tend to clutter the picture. Weekly and monthly charts are more ideally suited for identifying longer-term trends. Once you have found the overall trend, you could select the trend of the time horizon in which you wish to trade. Thus, you could effectively buy on the dips during rising trends, and sell the rallies during downward trends.

Support & Resistance

Support and resistance levels are points where a chart experiences recurring upward or downward pressure. A support level is usually the low point in any chart pattern (hourly, weekly or annually), whereas a resistance level is the high or the peak point of the pattern. These points are identified as support and resistance when they show a tendency to reappear. It is best to buy/sell near support/resistance levels that are unlikely to be broken.

Once these levels are broken, they tend to become the opposite obstacle. Thus, in a rising market, a resistance level that is broken, could serve as a support for the upward trend; whereas in a falling market, once a support level is broken, it could turn into a resistance.

Lines & Channels

Trend lines are simple, yet helpful tools in confirming the direction of market trends. An upward straight line is drawn by connecting at least two successive lows. Naturally, the second point must be higher than the first. The continuation of the line helps determine the path along which the market will move. An upward trend is a concrete method to identify support lines/levels. Conversely, downward lines are charted by connecting two points or more. The validity of a trading line is partly related to the number of connection points. Yet it's worth mentioning that points must not be too close together. A channel is defined as the price path drawn by two parallel trend lines. The lines serve as an upward, downward or straight corridor for the price. A familiar property of a channel for a connecting point of a trend line is to lie between the two connecting point of its opposite line.

Averages

If you believe in the "trend-is-your-friend" tenet of technical analysis, moving averages are very helpful. Moving averages tell the average price in a given point of time over a defined period of time. They are called moving because they reflect the latest average, while adhering to the same time measure.

A weakness of moving averages is that they lag the market, so they do not necessarily signal a change in trends. To address this issue, using a shorter period, such as 5 or 10 day moving average, would be more reflective of the recent price action than the 40 or 200-day moving averages.

Alternatively, moving averages may be used by combining two averages of distinct time-frames. Whether using 5 and 20-day MA, or 40 and 200-day MA, buy signals are usually detected when the shorter-term average crosses above the longer-term average. Conversely, sell signals are suggested when the shorter average falls below the longer one.

There are three kinds of mathematically distinct moving averages: Simple MA; Linearly Weighted MA; and Exponentially Smoothed. The latter choice is the preferred one because it assigns greater weight for the most recent data, and considers data in the entire life of the instrument.

TECHNICAL ANALISIS =Charting can be found at;
1.http://chartnexus.com/

STEP 3.
1.INDICATOR2 IN MAYBANK TRADE ONLINE
2.HOW TO QUOTE BUY
3.HOW TO QUOTE SELL
4.HOW TO CALCULATE PROFIT/LOSS


Others info Education, Promotion and Group community;
http://espanol.video.yahoo.com/watch/2463584/7551871
http://espanol.video.yahoo.com/watch/2382924/7435847
http://www.tradesignum.com/prediction

https://hlebroking.hlb.com.my/HLBWecos/TradeFree20.pdf
http://www.hlb.com.my/eb/ebroking/foreign_trading_cost.pdf

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