Account Info
Log Out
No matches yet
Operations too frequent. Please try again later.
Please check network settings and try again Refresh Refresh
History record delete
    Quotes All >
      News All >
        Log in to access Online Inquiry
        71623137PrivateID: 71623137
        No profile added yet

          MooHumor: Indicators for investment

          The word indicator means something that shows what a situation is like or how it changes. Many investors use indicators to help identify high-probability trade entry and exit points.
          Countless indicators are available everywhere. Some of them have been proven to be accurate gauges for stock prices, while others may just be some kinds of superstitions.
          Now let's see how mooers use these "indicators" to assist their trading decisions:
          EmmInflation rate is a key ...
          MooHumor: Indicators for investment
          MooHumor: Indicators for investment
          MooHumor: Indicators for investment

          Daily Poll: Four top chipmakers and their latest products.

          Four top chipmakers on Tuesday introduced their latest products ahead of the CES 2022 tech conference.
          $Advanced Micro Devices(AMD.US)$:
          the company's new notebook processors will offer a big performance boost over its current-generation chips.
          They are delivering an average of 1.3 (times) faster performance compared to the 5000 series across a wide range of compute-intensive benchmarks."
          AMD also previewed its next-generation processor...
          Daily Poll: Four top chipmakers and their latest products.

          Mooers' Strategies: How to become a better short-term trader?

          Once more, Co-Wise: moomoo Tutorial Contest Part 7, "How did you start short-term trading?" ended successfully. Thanks for participating in the contest.Blowing Kisses Short-term trading could bring an adrenaline rush, but it's also highly risky. Emotions could become your biggest enemy.OMGOMGOMG How to qualify as an excellent short-term trader? Outstanding technical skills? A high win rate? Or others? Thankfully, most mooers are aware of the importance of risk management and emotion controls. Technical skills might not work well unless combined with a good understanding of investing psychology.
          GiftGiftGiftNow, it's time for the winning list of this topic. Let's enjoy the highlight moments together! Congratulation to all the mooers winning $American Airlines(AAL.US)$ and $ContextLogic(WISH.US)$ stocks!
          *The rewards will be distributed to winners within 15 working days—the ranking sortes in alphabetical order.
          Part Ⅰ: High-Quality Post Collection
          @AhTian  Why, What & How to Short-Term Trade!
          For this post, let's take short-term trading as intra-day trading that last from seconds to minutues. It's commonly termed as scalp, intrad-day swing trading. I'll use scalp here.
          @BT11  Day/Swing trader
          Keep your emotions away from the charts. My personal technical analysis of price action in charts relies on simply RSI (14 length) and chart patterns. Identifying the right patterns and how to utilise a trading strategy with it is a crucial complimentary tool I use for entry/exit.
          @Business Insider  DCA is the best strategy!
          Bought  $Tesla(TSLA.US)$ back in 2017 for about 300$ pre split. Sold it in 2018 for a tiny profit and to decrease my cost basis. They were swinging between 200-300 all the time.
          @Dadacai  Some Pointers for Day Trading
          I will give a brief overview of the VWAP indicator which is often used by day traders. Trade when the mind is clear and alert. Play small. Plan your entry and exit. A good knowledge of technical indicators is required.
          @GT1982  How Did I Started Short Term Trading
          I started off as a short term trader before finding my style as a long term investor. No personal feelings should be involved in trading. Only fundamentals, technicals and numbers should be the deciding factors.
          @IcySilver  Swing trade like a Pro...
          Swing trading is most useful when the market condition is volatile, without long clear trend. Currently the market does seem so. Thus, it may be a good time to look more into swing trading, or quick-entry-quick-exit trades.
          @Jin1978  Some personal tips on short-term trading
          If u cannot stomach the risk (10% to 30% movement usually), stay away from risky trades. Set a cut-loss price. Remember to withdraw your profits every now and then! Don’t keep pumping all your profits for the next trade! 
          @kaito666  My short term stock trading step
          Read the news, consider different scenarios, weigh up the odds and technical analysis. In this event that any of the above scenarios do materialise, go straight to your price charts and use technical analysis to find entry and exit points for the long or short trade you have chosen.
          @Moo Top  I am a part-time Day Trader
          My favourite technical setup is VWAP + 9EMA and 20EMA, looking at 1min and 5min candle stick. Do your own due diligence (DYODD) on the stocks that you want to day trade with.
          @102637896  My Views on Short Term Trading
          Apart from reading technical indicators and charts, I think the following are important that I learnt: Position sizing. Establish entrance, stop loss and target price before trade. Mental Strength.
          For more engaging posts, please click Co-Wise: How did you start short-term trading? to check. Don't forget to leave your comments and tell mooers what you've learned!Blowing Kisses
          Part Ⅱ: Voting on the “Mentor Moo” Title
          Finally, let's announce the winner, @Dadacai! Congratulations! PartyPartyPartyYou will get a badge as a reward to acknowledge your efforts in the Co-Wise contest. The badge will be shown on the profile page for your progress and achievement.
          Mooers' Strategies: Habits to Become a Better Trader
          Now, it's time for voting! Let's vote for the candidates to see who will win the "Mentor Moo" title. Your vote means a lot to them!
          We should keep a clear mind and stay alert to the markets where milliseconds count. Please be aware that different time zones could impact the timings of your investment. It's crucial to set profit targets and stop-loss when entering a trade.Thinking FaceThinking Face Besides, technical indicators could help you identify the signals in the market and thus improve the odds of winning. Discipline and a solid trading plan could help you advance in short-term investing. As mooers' say, there is no best strategy. Just stick with the one that you can reap profit from it. Remember, what matters the most is the one that suits you the best.
          Disclaimer: All investment involves risk. Neither Futu Inc, nor Futu SG, nor moomoo endorses any particular investment strategy. You should carefully consider your investment goals and objectives when deciding on an investment strategy. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. 
          Mooers' Strategies: How to become a better short-term trader?
          Mooers' Strategies: How to become a better short-term trader?
          71623137 liked and commented on

          ColumnsEveryday Power - Pick a Stock via moomoo in 3 Minutes

          Can't figure out what stocks to watch or buy?Shocked
          Don't worry! Watch this video: How to Pick Stocks, which shows you three tools to identity potential stocks.
          1. Star Institutions- how to track investment portfolios of leading institutions.
          2. Heat Ranking- how to tell you the most popular stocks on the market.
          3. Shareholding Changes- how to follow moves of major shareholders.
          Find stock ideas to buy or add to your watchlist today using moomoo now.
          Welcome to Courses in Moo Community, we help you trade like a pro.
          $S&P 500 index(.SPX.US)$$Nasdaq Composite Index(.IXIC.US)$$Dow Jones Industrial Average(.DJI.US)$
          Everyday Power - Pick a Stock via moomoo in 3 Minutes
          71623137 commented on

          ColumnsWhat to expect in the week ahead (SNOW, OKTA, CRM, ULTA)

          Weekly market recap
          Stock futures moved higher in overnight trading Sunday following Friday's big sell-off as investors monitor the latest developments related to the Covid omicron variant.
          Futures on the $Dow Jones Industrial Average(.DJI.US)$ Industrial Average gained about 160 points, or 0.5%. $S&P 500 index(.SPX.US)$ futures added 0.6% and $Nasdaq Composite Index(.IXIC.US)$ 100 futures rose 0.7%.
          The Dow was down 1.97%. The S&P 500 tumbled 2.20% and the Nasdaq Composite slipped 3.52% last week. The three major indexes were negative last week.
          Here's a look at the return of S&P 500 sectors
          This week ahead in focus
          After a holiday-shortened week, investors will be back in the swing of things amid the Cyber Monday online shopping event. Earnings will be light next week, but there are still some high-profile reports to be seen. On Tuesday, GlobalFoundries, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, NetApp,and report results. CrowdStrike Holdings, Okta, Snowflake and Splunk report on Wednesday. DocuSign, Dollar General, Kroger, Marvel Technology, Ulta Beauty headline Thursday's Earnings Report.
          As for housing market indicators, the National Association of Realtors on Monday released its pending home sales index for October. The consensus estimate is for 117 readings, roughly even with the September figure. On Tuesday, S&P CoreLogic releases the Case-Shiller National Home Price Index for September. Economists have forecast a 19.5% year-over-year gain, down slightly from August's jump of 19.8%.
          Economic data releases include the Institute for Supply Management's Chicago Purchasing Managers Index and the Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Index. Both November reports are due on Tuesday. Expectations for the former are for a reading of 68.9, roughly even with October's figures, while the expectation for the latter is to read 110.4, nearly three points lower than October.
          Monday 11/29
          National Association Realtors releases its Pending Home Sales Index for October. The consensus estimate is for 117 readings, roughly even with the September figure. The index, a forward-looking indicator of home sales based on contract signing, fell 8% year-on-year in September and has declined for four consecutive months from last year's levels.
          Tuesday 11/30
          $Bank of Nova Scotia(BNS.CA)$, $GlobalFoundries(GFS.US)$, $Hewlett Packard Enterprise(HPE.US)$, $NetApp(NTAP.US)$, $Salesforce(CRM.US)$, and $Zscaler(ZS.US)$ report earnings.
          S&P Corelogic For September, Case-Shiller releases the National Home Price Index. Economists forecast a 19.5% year-over-year gain, slightly lower than August's 19.8% jump, the fifth consecutive record increase for the index.
          Institute for Supply Management releases its Chicago Purchasing Managers Index for November. The reading is expected to be 68.9, roughly even with the October figures. The index is slightly below its record peak, which was hit in May.
          Conference board releases its Consumer Confidence Index for November. The consensus call is for a 110.4 reading, down about three points from October. The index is sharply down from its highs since reaching this summer, due to inflation concerns.
          Wednesday 12/1
          $CrowdStrike(CRWD.US)$, $Okta(OKTA.US)$, $PVH Corp(PVH.US)$, $Royal Bank of Canada(RY.CA)$, $Snowflake(SNOW.US)$, $Splunk(SPLK.US)$ and $Synopsys(SNPS.US)$ report quarterly results.
          ADP release Its national employment report for November. Private sector employment is expected to increase to 510,000 jobs after an increase of 571,000 in October.
          Census Bureau Reports data on construction expenses. Economists forecast 1% month-over-month growth for the construction outlay, a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1.59 trillion.
          Thursday, 12/2
          $Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce(CM.CA)$, $DocuSign(DOCU.US)$, $Dollar General(DG.US)$, $The Kroger(KR.US)$, $Marvell Technology(MRVL.US)$, $The Toronto-Dominion Bank(TD.CA)$, and $Ulta Beauty(ULTA.US)$ holds conference calls to discuss earnings.
          Labour Department Preliminary jobless claims report for the week ending November 27. Claims hit a 52-year low in last week's report, and the four-week average is now slightly higher than pre-pandemic levels.
          Friday 12/3
          Bureau of Labor Statistics Releases jobs report for November. Economists have forecast 525,000 benefits for non-farm payrolls, and for the unemployment rate to tick up a tenth of a percentage point to 4.5%.
          $Bank of Montreal(BMO.CA)$ reports fiscal fourth quarter 2021 results.
          ISM issues Its services PMI for November. The consensus estimate is for 65 readings, versus October's 66.7, which was a record for the index.
          Source: CNBC, Dow Jones Newswires, jhinvestments
          What to expect in the week ahead (SNOW, OKTA, CRM, ULTA)
          What to expect in the week ahead (SNOW, OKTA, CRM, ULTA)
          What to expect in the week ahead (SNOW, OKTA, CRM, ULTA)
          71623137 liked and voted

          Weekly Buzz: "Stay hungry, Stay foolish"

          At the end of this post, there is a chance for you to win points!
          Happy Monday mooers! Welcome back to Weekly Buzz, where we review the news, performance, and community sentiment of the selected buzzing stocks on moomoo platform based on search and message volumes of last week! (Nano caps are excluded.)
          Part Ⅰ: Make Your Choices
          Part Ⅱ: Buzzing Stocks List & Mooers Comments
          Every major index moved higher last week. Here is the weekly buzzing sto...
          Weekly Buzz: "Stay hungry, Stay foolish"
          Weekly Buzz: "Stay hungry, Stay foolish"
          Weekly Buzz: "Stay hungry, Stay foolish"
        No more