Thursday, April 30, 2009

Asian Markets Extend Gains on Signs of Economic Recovery

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The markets across the Asia-Pacific region closed stronger for a second day in a row after an upbeat report from the U.S. central bank and a sharp rise in Japanese industrial output hinted that the global economic slowdown might be bottoming out. Data released Wednesday also showed that business inventories in U.S. fell by a record amount in the first three months of the year.


In Asian trading on Thursday, crude oil price rebounded to above $51 a barrel, boosted by firm equity markets and a sense of optimism that the recession in the U.S. may be abating. A U.S. Energy Information Administration report showing a surprise 4.7-million-barrel decline in nationwide gasoline inventories, also offered some support.

The Japanese market rebounded sharply after remaining closed on Wednesday for a national holiday. The Nikkei 225 index closed at 8,828, up 334 points or 3.94% and the broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange rose 26 points or 26 points or 838.

Investors picked up stocks across all 33 industrial sectors on the TSE amid stronger-than-expected Japanese industrial output data and an encouraging economic assessment by the U.S. Federal Reserve.

The Australian market closed sharply higher, helped by strong global cues and a rally in U.S. stock futures. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index closed at 3,780, up 85 points or 2.31% and the broader All Ordinaries index rose 83 points or 2.26% to 3,745.

The South Korean market surged on fund buying after industrial output data for March surprised marketmen on the upside, showing a rise of 4.8 percent compared to the previous month. The benchmark KOSPI rose 31 points or 2.31% to the year's high of 1,369. Volume was significant at 794.67 million shares worth 8.42 trillion won (US$6.51 billion) and advancers outnumbered decliners by 660 to 192.

The New Zealand market rose to more than a two-month high amid strong global cues and a 50 basis points rate cut by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. The central bank said that it is committed to keeping rates low until late 2010. The benchmark NZX-50 closed at 2,741, up 41 points or 1.51%, the highest closing since Feb 13.

The Indian market was closed for trading due to elections in Mumbai. Friday will be a holiday for Labor Day.

Among the other markets in the region, China's Shanghai Composite index closed up 0.38%, Hong Kong's Hang Seng index rallied 3.77%, Singapore's STI Straits Times index advanced 3.82% and Taiwan's TWII Weighed index surged up 6.74%.





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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Asia-Pacific Markets on Tuesday: The Impact of The Swine Flu

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Major Asia-Pacific Indices this Wednesday morning.



How about Jakarta Composite (Indeks bursa saham Indonesia) today? Let's see....

Stock markets across the Asia-Pacific region closed sharply lower on Tuesday on renewed worries about the impact of the swine flu outbreak on global trade and consumer confidence after the World Health Organization raised its pandemic alert level to the highest level since the warning system was adopted in 2005. While hotel, airline and tourism-related stocks came under selling pressure for a second day, financials took a fresh hit on concerns U.S. banks may have to raise more capital.


The Japanese market plunged to close near the day's lows, weighed down by disappointing fiscal 2009 corporate earnings, renewed concerns over the U.S. financial system and the yen's advance against the U.S. dollar. Stocks fell almost across the board, but land transport and electricity and gas stocks bucked the declining trend. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index fell 233 points or 2.67% to 8,494, the lowest level since April 1, while the Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange closed at 812, down 21 points or 2.53%.

Shipping stocks extended their downtrend on dismal earnings and a bleak outlook. Mitsui O.S.K Lines plunged 7.48%, Nippon Yusen plummeted 8.27% and Kawasaki Kisen slumped 6.74%.

Automakers and other exporters also came under significant selling pressure as the Japanese yen hit the 95-yen level against the U.S. dollar. Steel stock JFE Holdings plummeted 6.77% and Nippon Steel tumbled 5.23% on analyst downgrades. Meanwhile, Chugai Pharmaceutical extended gains on expectations of strong sales of the Tamifu flu drug. East Japan Railway surged up 7.63% on announcing a share buyback.

The Australian market closed lower, weighed down by weakness in the banking sector. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 closed at 3,708, down 23 points or 0.62% and the broader All Ordinaries index fell 18 points or 0.5% to 3,672.

Big miners closed mixed amid decreases in metal prices overnight. While Rio Tinto rose 2.79%, its rival BHP Billiton fell 1.02% and Iluka Resources declined 0.90%. Gold miner Newcrest Mining fell 1.87% and Lihir Gold moved down nearly 3% due to falling gold price.

National Australia Bank tumbled 3.45% after the bank's first-half net profit fell slightly toA $2.66 billion on higher funding costs and rising provisions for bad loans. Commonwealth Bank closed down 0.76%, Westpac Banking moved down 1.50%, Macquarie Group slipped 0.69% and ANZ declined 1.31% ahead of its earnings announcement on Wednesday.

In the oil and gas sector, Woodside Petroleum and Oil Search slipped around 0.20% each and Santos moved down 1.86%. Retailers Woolworths and Harvey Norman Holdings also ended in the red.

The South Korean market tumbled on heavy institutional selling. The benchmark KOSPI fell 40 points or 2.95% to 1,300, the lowest closing level in about three weeks. Volume was significant at 746.19 million shares worth 7.52 trillion won (US$5.54 billion) and decliners outnumbered gainers by 737 to 142.

Shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries tumbled 5.02% after its new orders plunged 83% in the first three months of this year due to decreased demand for new vessels. Samsung Heavy Industries fell 4.48% and Daewoo Shipbuilding slumped 6.93%

Asiana Airlines fell 3.25% and Korean Airlines moved down 2.38% on concerns that the industry would be hit hard by the swine flu outbreak. Tech stock Hynix Semiconductor plunged 8.79%, market heavyweight Samsung Electronics moved down 1.71%, LG Display LCD tumbled 4.32% and LG Electronics ended down 1.96%.

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index, which saw some strength in early trading, fell below the unchanged line in early afternoon trading. The index traded below the unchanged line for the remainder of the session to close down 285.31 points or 1.92% at 14,555.

Thirty-five of the forty-two index components ended the session lower, while three stocks ended unchanged. Shopping Property, Bank of East Asia, Sino Land, China Mercantile Holding, Citic Pacific, China Resources, FIH, Ping An and Chalco were among the notable decliners.

The Indian market tumbled as funds and retail investors squared their long positions ahead of the expiry of April series derivative contracts on Wednesday. The benchmark for the Indian market, the Sensex ended at 11,002, down nearly 370 points or 3.25% from the previous close.

Among the other markets in the region, China's Shanghai Composite index slipped 0.16%, Hong Kong's Hang Seng index fell 1.92%, Singapore's STI Straits Times index shed 0.56% and Taiwan's TWII Weighed index closed down nearly 2%.





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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Asia Markets on Monday

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Monday, the major markets across the Asia-Pacific region closed mostly lower as investors across the region assessed the implications of the swine flu outbreak on the global economy. The World Health Organization declared the strain of swine flu to be a "public health emergency of international concern." Additionally, investors expressed caution as they awaited the results of the stress test on 19 leading U.S. banks, which are expected to be out by May 4.

Despite the weakness seen in most of the markets in the region, the Japanese market closed higher, led by banks and drug makers. However, the strengthening of the dollar, poor earnings reports and negative news flow over the breakout of swine flu limited the upside.

The benchmark Nikkei 225 index rose 18 points or 0.21% to 8,726 and the broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange closed at 833, up 3 points or 0.37%. Trading volume was moderate at about 2 billion shares. While textile and banking stocks closed firm, air and sea transport and mining stocks led the decliners.

Banking stocks closed stronger despite giving up most of their early gains. Pharmaceutical and surgical-mask related stocks also rose in response to news of swine flu spreading in humans worldwide. Chugai Pharmaceutical soared 14.03% on expectations of a pick-up in flu drug sales and Denki Kagaku Kogyo K.K, whose subsidiary Denka Seiken makes flu vaccines, jumped 7.77%. However, All Nippon Airways slumped 5.19% and Japan Airlines tumbled 4.02% on speculation that swine flu will impact passenger traffic.

Shipping stocks came under significant selling pressure due to disappointment over fiscal 2008 earnings. Nippon Yusen fell 3.86%, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines tumbled 5.77% and Kawasaki Kisen moved down 4.46%.

The Australian market closed up modestly, led by gains in the resources sector. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index closed at 3,732, up 19 points or 0.52% and the broader All Ordinaries index rose 22 points or 0.59% to 3,690.

Among miners, BHP Billiton rose 1.12%, its rival Rio Tinto closed up 0.08% and Iluka Resources advanced 3.43%. Gold miner Newcrest Mining and Lihir Gold also closed sharply higher.

Among airline stocks, Quantas tumbled 4.04% and Virgin Blue slumped 5.36%, weighed down by negative news flow on the flu outbreak. Banking stocks pared all their early gains and closed mostly lower.

The South Korean market finished a volatile session lower for the second day in a row as wary institutional investors indulged in profit taking. The benchmark KOSPI closed at 1,340, down 14 points or 1.1%. Volume was at 537.02 million shares worth 6.79 trillion won (US$5.05 billion) and decliners outnumbered gainers by 491 to 369.

Kia Motor gained 2.44% after JPMorgan Chase & Co. raised its rating outlook on the stock to "neutral" from "underweight". Ssangyong Motor also moved up 1.92%, but Hyundai Motor declined 1.65%.

Among other notable stocks, Hynix Semiconductor rose 1.66% on better-than-expected quarterly results, steel maker POSCO gained 0.38% and telecom stock SK Telecom moved up 0.54%, while Korean Air Line plunged 7.35% and Asiana Air Line tumbled 5.21% on concerns over the swine flu outbreak. Market heavyweight Samsung Electronics declined 1.18% and LG Electronics fell 3.77%.

The Hong Kong market fell sharply, led by airlines and hotel stocks on worries over a drop in international travel following the outbreak of swine flu in Mexico, the U.S. and Canada. The benchmark Hang Seng Index closed at 14,840, down 418 points, or 2.7% and turnover totaled HK$53.01 billion. China's Shanghai Composite Index, which tracks both A and B shares, ended down 1.8% at 2,405 following a 0.6% decline Friday.

Meanwhile, the Indian market exhibited considerable volatility amid profit taking ahead of the expiry of April series derivative contracts on Wednesday and due to a truncated trading week. The market will remain shut on April 30 and May 1 on account of parliamentary elections and Labor Day respectively. The BSE benchmark ended at 11,372, up 42.80 points or a mere 0.38% over the previous close.

Among the other markets in the region, Singapore's STI Straits Times index closed down 1.85% and Taiwan's TWII Weighed index fell nearly 3%.






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Monday, April 27, 2009

Saham BBCA menuju Down Trend-kah?

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Saham Indonesia: BBCA

Pattern: Long Black Candle
Prevoius Trend: Down
Rekomendasi: Tunggu harga penutupan dibawah 3,225 untuk konfirmasil sell

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Analisa dan Rekomendasi Saham Indonesia

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Indeks Dow Jones di bursa Wall Street pada akhir pekan lalu (24/04) naik 119,23 atau 1,5 persen pada level 8.076,29. Indeks terkemuka lainnya di bursa Wall Street juga mengalami kenaikan seperti Indeks The Standard & Poor's 500 naik 14,31 poin atau 1,7 persen dan ditutup pada level 866,23 serta indeks gabungan Nasdaq melonjak 42,08 atau 2,6 persen dan ditutup pada level 1.694,29.


Sementara itu Indeks bursa saham Indonesia mengalami penurunan selama 4 hari berturut-turut sebesar 43,45 poin atau 2.66% di level 1.591 pada akhir pekan kemarin. Sektor yang menahan laju penurunan Indeks lebih dalam lagi adalah saham-saham yang berada di sektor AGRI (5,38%), CONSUMER (1,48%) dan MINING (1,41%).

Pekan ini pergerakan indeks bursa saham Indonesia diprediksi akan dipengaruhi oleh beberapa faktor antara lain sidang FOMC pada akhir bulan ini, angka inflasi bulanan serta laporan kinerja 1Q-09 dari beberapa emiten akan menjadi fokus perhatian investor kali ini.

Dari daily chart IHSG, secara teknikal telah membentuk pattern candle Four Price Doji dengan trend sebelumnya adalah down trend. Sementara MACD berimpit dengan signalnya, RSI berada pada 47,70 (Netral) serta William'S% pada -84,74.
Support - Resistance untuk pekan ini akan berkisar antara 1,558 - 1,626.


Berikut rekomendasi saham-saham Indonesia berdasarkan analisa teknikal:

Saham AALI:
Pattern = Long White Candle Breaks Resistance
Previous Trend = Side Ways
Rekomendasi = Tunggu harga penutupan diatas 15850 untuk konfirmasi buy

Saham BBRI:
Pattern = Four Price Doji
Previous Trend = Down
Rekomendasi = Tunggu harga penutupan diatas 4975 untuk konfirmasi buy

Saham BISI:
Pattern = Four Price Doji
Previous Trend = Down
Rekomendasi = Tunggu harga penutupan diatas 1610 untuk konfirmasi buy

Saham BYAN:
Pattern = Long White Candle Breaks Resistance
Previous Trend = Side Ways
Rekomendasi = Tunggu harga penutupan diatas 3175 untuk konfirmasi buy

Saham LSIP:
Pattern = Long White Candle Breaks Resistance
Previous Trend = Side Ways
Rekomendasi = Tunggu harga penutupan diatas 4950 untuk konfirmasi buy

Saham PGAS:
Pattern = Long Black Candle Breaks Support
Previous Trend = Side Ways
Rekomendasi = Tunggu harga penutupan dibawah 2325 untuk konfirmasi sell

Saham SGRO:
Pattern = Long White Candle Breaks Resistance
Previous Trend = Side Ways
Rekomendasi = Tunggu harga penutupan diatas 1700 untuk konfirmasi buy


Friday, April 24, 2009

Review Asia-Pacific Markets on Thursday

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The stock markets across the Asia-Pacific region closed notably higher on Thursday, as traders went bargain hunting amid hopes that growth would return sooner in many non-developed economies. However, a cautious undertone prevailed about the health of the U.S. financial industry. The global economy will probably shrink by 1.3% in 2009, the deepest slump since 1945, the International Monetary Fund predicted.


The Japanese market rallied on bargain hunting after Goldman Sachs upgraded its ratings on key automakers to "attractive" from "cautious." Construction and consumer finance stocks also closed with significant gains, but stocks in the oil and coal, insurance and sea transport sectors ended in the red.

The Nikkei 225 index closed at 8,847, up 120 points or 1.37% and the broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange rose 10 points or 1.15% to 839.

The Australian market also closed sharply higher for the day, led by miners and financials. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 closed at 3,743, up 2% or 75 points and the broader All Ordinaries index rose nearly 69 points or 2% to 3,696.

Miners ended stronger on potential gains expected from a recovery in the Chinese economy. BHP Billiton gained 3.14%, its rival Rio Tinto surged up 6.06% and Iluka Resources added 1.57%.

Banking stocks rallied due to the expiry of option contracts on Thursday. Gold miners also ended stronger as gold traded steady at $891.04 an ounce.

The South Korean market rose modestly for the fourth day in a row as an improved earnings outlook and hopes that government measures will spur demand buoyed sentiment. The benchmark KOSPI rose 13 points or 0.94% to 1,369, rising for the fourth day in a row. Volume was at 736.48 million shares worth 8.74 trillion won (US$6.5 billion) and advancers outnumbered decliners by 420 to 394.

Hyundai Motor posted a smaller-than-expected 43% decline in its first-quarter net profit. Hyundai Motor closed up 3.18%, Kia Motors advanced 5.42% and Ssangyong Motor rallied 5.56%.

Shipbuilders closed mixed. Daewoo Shipbuilding rose 2.53% and Hyundai Heavy gained 3.29%, but Samsung Heavy Industries closed down 0.16%.

Among other notable stocks, market heavyweight Samsung Electronics added 2.96%, Korean Air Lines advanced 1.45%, LG Display LCD moved up 1.79% and LG Electronics closed up 0.91%, while oil stock SK and telecom stock SK Energy Telecom ended flat.

Hynix Semiconductor tumbled 4.80% after leading shareholders of the company agreed to inject 1.3 trillion won in new funding through the issuance of fresh shares and loans for the loss-making chipmaker.

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index opened higher and saw some uncertainty in the morning before the index began to climb steadily higher to close up 336.01 points or 2.26% at 15,215. The market witnessed broad based buying interest, with forty of the forty-two index components ending in positive territory.

After trading choppily in early trading, the Indian market saw a sharp comeback on buying across the board in index heavyweights. The benchmark Sensex ended the day at 11,135, up 317.45 points or 2.93% over the previous close.

Among the other markets in the region, China's Shanghai Composite index rose 0.11%, Hong Kong's Hang Seng index gained 2.26% and Singapore's STI Straits Times index closed up 0.90%, but Taiwan's TWII Weighed index moved down 0.18%.


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Thursday, April 23, 2009

The major markets Across the Asia-Pacific Region Closed Mixed on Wednesday

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Wednesday, the Asia-Pacific markets opened on a bright note but could not sustain their initial gains. The major markets across the Asia-Pacific region closed mixed as a cautious undertone prevailed despite positive comments from the U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner about the health of the U.S. financial system. Investors also expressed caution after the IMF said losses tied to distressed loans and securitized assets could reach $4.1 trillion worldwide by the end of 2010.


The Japanese market closed mixed ahead of earnings announcements from top blue-chip companies later in the week. While the Nikkei 225 index rose 16 points or 0.18% to 8,727, the broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange closed at 830, down 1 point or 0.09%. Securities, sea transport and electrical machinery stocks led the gainers, but stocks in the consumer finance, warehouse and construction sectors ended in the red.

Honda Motor shed 0.55% amid reports that its operating profit will decline 84 percent to 150 billion yen ($1.5 billion) for the year ended March. However, Suzuki Motor rose 2.16%, Toyota gained 1.08% and Nissan added 1.60%. Hino Motors tumbled 4.80% after reporting a wider-than-expected 61.8 billion yen loss for the year ended March.

Household products maker Kao Corp. fell 3.76% after Goldman Sachs Group reduced its rating on the stock to "neutral" from "buy". Mitsui Chemicals tumbled 4.80% after it widened its net loss estimate for the past financial year ended March to 95 billion yen, worse than its 13 billion yen loss forecast.

Toshiba Corp. soared 9.57% after its joint venture partner SanDisk Corp. (SNDK), the biggest maker of flash-memory cards, reported revenue that topped analysts' estimates in the first quarter. Pioneer Corp. climbed 17.19% on reports that the government is considering investing into the ailing electronics maker.

In economic news, Japan saw a merchandise trade surplus of 11 billion yen in March, the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday - beating analyst expectations for a 10 billion yen surplus following the revised 82.1 billion yen surplus in February.

The Australian market showed a modest loss, as losses among gold miners and mining giant BHP Billiton more than offset gains in the financial sector. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 closed at 3,668, down 9 points or 0.25% and the All Ordinaries index fell 6 points or 0.16% to 3,627.

Commonwealth Bank of Australia rose 1.70% after it signed a 10-year contract worth A$100 million a year with Telstra Corp. Telstra also gained 1.88%.

Westpac Banking rose 1.27% and Macquarie Group added 2.12%, but National Australia Bank moved down 0.28% and ANZ slipped 0.12%,

Woodside Petroleum gained 0.35% after crude oil price rose on Tuesday. However, Oil Serach fell 1.16% and Santos moved down 1.98%. Among retailers, Woolworths fell 1.53%, but Harvey Norman Holding rose 1.78% and David Jones advanced 2.72%.

The South Korean market rose for the third straight day, as improving corporate earnings encouraged foreign and retail investors to pick up stocks amid attractive valuations. The benchmark KOSPI rose 19 points or 1.4% to 1,356, the highest closing since Oct. 14. Volume was at 717.59 million shares worth 8.43 trillion won (US$6.3 billion) and advancers outnumbered decliners by 613 to 257.

Chipmaker Hynix Semiconductor surged up 14.83% on reports that Japanese chip maker Elpida will raise memory chip prices by as much as 50 percent. LG Electronics added 3.77% after it forecast sales in the second quarter would rise 10 percent from the first quarter.

Among auto stocks, Ssangyong Motor closed flat, but Hyundai Motor gained 2.33% and Kia Motors rallied 5.84% ahead of its earnings announcement later this week. Shipbuilders retreated on profit taking. While Daewoo Shipbuilding lost 2.07%, Samsung Heavy Industries declined 1.73% and Hyundai Heavy slipped 0.24%

Among the other markets in the region, China's Shanghai Composite index fell 2.94%, Hong Kong's Hang Seng index moved down 2.67% and Singapore's STI Straits Times index closed down 2.32%, but Taiwan's TWII Weighed index moved up 0.08%

After opening higher, the Indian market pared its early gains and was trading in negative terrain, with oil & gas, metals and capital goods stocks shedding the most amid mixed global cues. The benchmark BSE Sensex was last trading at 10,801, down 97 points or 0.89% compared to the previous close.

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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Markets in Asia-Pacific region followed Wall Street lower on Tuesday

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Tuesday, markets across the Asia-Pacific region followed Wall Street lower as concerns about the U.S. banking sector and pessimism about earnings tempered risk appetite. The focus was back on the state of the economic recovery in the world's biggest economy after Bank of America marked up protection for bad loans.


The Japanese market fell sharply as financials came under intense selling pressure and reports that Toyota Motor Corp.'s fiscal 2009 domestic output may hit a 31-year-low hurt investor sentiment.

The Nikkei 225 index recouped some of its early losses and closed at 8,711, down 213 points or 2.39%, while the broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange moved down 18 points or 2.07% to 831. Stocks declined mostly across the board, although stocks in the retail, information and communication and land transport sectors bucked the declining trend.

Toyota Motor fell nearly 4% on reports that its domestic output will fall to 2.8 million units in the current business year ending next March. Honda tumbled 4.88%, Suzuki fell 3.49%, Nissan slipped 0.20% and Mazda drifted down 2.69%.

Sony Corp retreated 4.14% on the strengthening of the yen and a cut in its rating to "hold" by Nikko Citigroup. Trading house Mitsui & Co. slumped 6.46% after oil and copper prices fell. Advantest fell 4.81%, Tokyo Electron closed down 0.94%, Kyocera moved down 2.30% and Fujitsu declined 1.21%

The Australian market tumbled, led down by banks and miners, as a slump on Wall Street on concerns about bad debts on bank balance sheets and the Reserve Bank of Australia governor Glenn Stevens' statement that Australia was in a recession weighed on sentiment.

The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index closed at 3,677, down 92 points or 2.43% and the All Ordinaries index fell 89 points or 2.4% to 3,633. Banking stocks were hit hard. National Australia Bank tumbled 4.49%, ANZ fell nearly 4%, Commonwealth Bank declined 1.84% and Westpac Banking moved down 2.57%.

Among miners, BHP Billiton fell 4.01%, Rio Tinto tumbled 5.82% and Iluka Resources moved down 3.43%. The new chairman of Rio Tinto Jan du Plessis said Rio's board was committed to the group's proposed $19.5 billion tie up with China's state-owned Chinalco

On the economic front, the Reserve Bank of Australia's board members said that the outlook is weaker for near-term demand, but they still believe a recovery is likely by the end of 2009, minutes from the board's April 7 monetary policy meeting revealed on Tuesday.

The South Korean market closed flat and as gains in shipbuilders and technology shares offset losses in the financial sector. The benchmark KOSPI recouped all its early losses to finish at 1,337, up a mere 0.03 percent or 0.42 points. Volume was at 629.61 million shares worth 6.4 trillion won (US$4.7 billion) and advancers outnumbered decliners by 412 to 398.

Shipbuilders outperformed on optimism that South Korean companies would win orders from Brazil's Petrobras by as early as May. Daewoo Shipbuilding rose 1.47%, Samsung Heavy Industries advanced 3.41% and Hyundai Heavy added 0.47%.

Steel maker POSCO fell 2.30% on profit taking, market heavyweight Samsung Electronics moved down 0.17%, automaker Hyundai Motor declined 2.12%, Kia Motors fell 2.14% and oil stock SK drifted down 2.42%.

After a weak start, India's benchmark Sensex recouped most of its losses on the emergence of fresh buying by funds as the central bank cut short-term lending (repo) and borrowing (reverse repo) rates by 25 basis points each. The BSE Sensex ended at 10,898, down 81 points or 0.74%.

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng opened notably lower and moved sideways for the rest of the session. The index ended down 465.02 points or 2.95% at 15,286. A majority of the stocks declined in the session. Property stocks declined sharply, with Sino Land, New World Development and Hang Lung Property leading the slide.

Among the other markets in the region, China's Shanghai Composite index slipped 0.85%, Singapore's STI Straits Times index moved down 1.37%, but Taiwan's TWII Weighed index closed up 1.73%.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Mampukah Indeks Bursa Saham Indonesia Bertahan di Teritori Hijau?

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Indeks bursa saham Indonesia atau IHSG pada penutupan hari Jumat kemarin naik tipis sebesar 0.6% di level 1,634.79, sekaligus membukukan performa luar biasa yang ditunjukkan oleh IHSG dengan kenaikan 5 hari berturut-turut sembah Penguatan yang sangat pesat ini disebabkan oleh karena situasi sosial politik Indonesia setelah pemilu yang relative kondusif menjadikan incaran bagi pemodal asing untuk masuk semakin banyak ke bursa saham Indonesia.


Kenaikan Indeks bursa saham indonesia pada akhir pekan kemarin dipertahankan oleh sektor Finance/perbankan sebesar 2.84% dan sektor Trade/perdagangan sebesar 1.60% untuk tetap berada di teritori hijau.
Namun perlu diwaspadai
... fikir ... Resiko profit taking akan membanyangi pergerakan indeks untuk minggu depan ini terutama jika ada sentiment negative baik dari bursa kawasan regional maupun indeks DJI.

Berikut prediksi saham-saham Indonesia untuk minggu depan ini:














Saturday, April 18, 2009

Most of the major market ended in positive territory on Friday

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The major markets across the Asia-Pacific region ended in positive territory on Friday, taking cues from Wall Street, where the major indices ended in positive territory on increasing confidence that the downturn in the economy has slowed down and the economy can begin to recover sooner-than-expected. Profit taking by investors trimmed the gains, however, with the markets in Australia and Hong Kong ending nearly flat, while the South Korean market ended in negative territory. The underlying trend seems to be cautiously optimistic among investors despite the downward risk for the economies remaining relatively higher.


In Tokyo, The benchmark Nikkei 225 Index added 152.32 points or 1.70% to close at 8,908 and the broader Topix Index of all First Section Issues advanced 13.53 points or 1.60% to end at 846.

On the economic front, Japan's service sector output was down a seasonally adjusted 0.8% month-over-month in February to 105.6, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said. The decline was worse than the 0.7% drop expected by economists and follows a 0.4% gain in January and a revised 1.6% decline in December.

Bank stocks moved up strongly in the session, while among exporters, Canon gained 1.84%, Sony surged up 5.93% and Sharp soared 9.00%. Toshiba Corp. reported an operating loss of around 250 billion yen for the year ended March 31 compared to its previous estimate of a loss of 280 billion yen. The company's shares ended higher by 4.40%. Automaker Toyota advanced 2.96% and Honda Motor gained 4.63%.

Retailer Aeon Co. has set up a line of credit totaling 200 billion yen with several financial institutions, expanding its sources of funds amid capital market instability. The company also refinanced 175.4 billion yen in loans that had been due in the fiscal year ended February 28. The company's shares are gaining 2.88%.

In Australia, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 Index added 1 point or 0.03% before ending at 3,778 and the broader All Ordinaries Index added 2.5 points or 0.07% to close at 3,728.

In the mining sector, BHP Billiton moved up 0.60% and rival Rio Tinto rose 1.84%. However, gold miners ended sharply lower after gold dropped to a ten-day low overnight

Banks ended mixed on profit taking at higher levels, while in the retail sector, Harvey Norman gained 1.42%, Coles' owner Wesfarmers advanced 3.41% and Woolworths rose 1.17%, but David Jones declined 1.31%. Woolworths said its sales for the third quarter, adjusted for Easter, increased by 6.5% to A$12.3 billion. Excluding petrol sales, sales rose 8.3%. The company forecasts full year sales, excluding petrol sales, to grow in the upper single digits.

In South Korea, the benchmark KOSPI Index closed at 1,329, down 7.72 points, or 0.58% as investors preferred to take profits after a recent rally.

Among financials, Shinhan Financial lost 1.88% and Woori Finance fell 1.51%, while KB Financial ended unchanged from its previous close. Shipbuilding stocks also saw weakness. However, technology stocks ended higher. Hynix Semiconductor surged up 8.68%, LG Electronics added 0.96% and LG Display gained 0.96%. Market heavyweight Samsung Electronics advanced 2.75%. In the auto space, Hyundai Motor gained 1.08%, but Kia Motor decreased 1.96% and Ssangyong Motor lost 7.50%.

In Hong Kong, the benchmark Hang Seng Index ended higher by 18.28 points or 0.27% at 15,601, giving away more than 350 points from its early gains on profit taking.

Property-related stocks ended higher, while telecommunication stocks ended mixed. Tencent gained 2.33% and China Unicom added 0.95%, but Hutchison Whimpoa lost 2.28% and China Mobile slipped 0.20%. Financial and China-related stocks saw notable weakness. Among resource stocks, Aluminum Corporation of China, or CHALCO, fell 4.45% and Petrochina lost 1.46%, but CNOOC gained 4.78%.

Among the other major markets, China's Shanghai Composite Index slipped 30.20 points or 1.19% before closing at 2,504 and Taiwan's Weighted Index declined 4.03% or 241.79 points to end at 5,755. At the close of trading, the Jakarta Composite Index in Indonesia was up 0.60% or 9.70 points at 1,635 and the Singapore Strait Times Index was up 0.25% or 4.81 points at 1,897.


Dikutip dari ADVFN Newsdesk untuk Saham Indonesia




Friday, April 17, 2009

The major markets Asia-Pacific mixed trading

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Dikutip pada 16 April 2009 dari ADVFN Newsdesk untuk Saham Indonesia


The major markets across the Asia-Pacific region witnessed mixed trading on Thursday. After opening strongly in early trading on positive cues from Wall Street, the markets retreated after a government report revealed that the Chinese economy expanded at a slower pace of 6.1% during the first quarter. While the markets in Japan, Australia, South Korea and Taiwan managed to end in positive territory, the markets in China, Hong Kong, and Singapore reversed their early gains and ended in negative territory.


In Tokyo, the benchmark Nikkei 225 Index added 12.30 points or 0.14% to close at 8,755, while the broader Topix Index of all First Section Issues slipped 0.38% or 3.21 points to close at 832.

Banking stocks declined the most, limiting the market gains. Mitsubishi UFJ, Japan's biggest bank, lost 3.07%, Sumitomo Mitsui declined 1.84% and Resona Holdings edged down 0.08%. Brokerage Nomura Holdings fell 2.51%. However, Mizuho Financial ended unchanged from the previous close. Exporters also came under selling pressure, while oil stocks showed mixed sentiment.

Drug maker Takeda Pharmaceutical Co.'s consolidated operating profit for the year ended March 31, 2009 is expected to have fallen 31%, which is an improvement over its earlier projections, the Nikkei business daily said. The company's shares edged up 0.28%.

In Sydney, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index added 28.2 points or 0.75% to close at 3,776 and the broader All Ordinaries index added 31.7 points or 0.86% to end at 3,726.

Telecommunications stocks advanced, with Telstra gaining 1.55% and Singapore Telecommunications rising 1.68%. Media stocks also ended in positive territory. Consolidated Media added 0.50% and News Corp edged up 0.17%. Fairfax remained unchanged from the previous close.

Banking and resource stocks ended mixed. In the retail sector, David Jones fell 0.91% and Harvey Norman lost 0.71%. However, Coles' owner Wesfarmers advanced 3.32%, and Woolworths edged up 0.35%.


In South Korea, the benchmark KOSPI Index ended the trading session with a modest gain of 3.63 points or 0.27% to close at 1,337. Market heavyweight Samsung Electronics ended down 0.68%, giving back part of Wednesday’s gains. Among the other technology stocks, Hynix Semiconductor declined 1.49% and LG Display edged down 0.32%, but LG Electronics advanced 0.97%.

Banking stocks acted as drags on the market. KB Financial Group declined 1.33%, Shinhan Financial fell 1.68% and Woori Finance lost 5.32%. Shipbuilding stocks moved to the upside, while auto stocks receded.

In Hong Kong, the benchmark Hang Seng Index reversed all of its early gain and ended the day lower at 15,583, down 86.63 points, or 0.55%.

China-related stocks led the declines in the market. China Resources lost 1.91%, China Overseas fell 1.34%, China Mercantile Holdings declined 4.42%, and China Shenhua shed 4.36%. Resource stocks ended on a mixed note. While Aluminum Corporation of China, or CHALCO, slipped 0.91%, CNOOC lost 3.20% and PetroChina fell 2.29%. However, financial stocks saw weakness.

Among the other major markets, China's Shanghai Composite Index ended lower by 0.08% or 1.92 points, at 2,534 and Singapore's Strait Times slipped 14.24 points, or 0.75% to 1,892. Indonesia's Jakarta Composite Index added 1.97% or 31.42 points to close at 1,625 and Taiwan's Weighted Index gained 121.98 points, or 2.08%, to close at 5,997.


Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Asia Markets

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The major markets across the Asia-Pacific region ended mixed on Wednesday following a weaker closing on Wall Street, where the major indices declined on disappointing retail sales data and a weak producer prices report. While the markets in Australia, South Korea, Taiwan and Japan ended lower, the markets in China, Hong Kong and Singapore recouped their early losses and ended in positive territory on expectations that China might announce another stimulus plan to help revive the economy, which is already showing signs of recovery.


In Tokyo, the benchmark Nikkei 225 Index declined 1.13% or 99.72 points to close at 8,743 and the broader Topix Index of all First Section Issues lost 8.17 points or 0.97% to close at 835.

Exporters declined after the local currency strengthened against the U.S dollar to less than 99 yen per U.S. dollar. Canon dropped 2.57%, Sony lost 4.31% and Sharp fell 2.99%.

In the banking sector, Mitsubishi UFJ, Japan's biggest bank, declined 2.98%, Mizuho Financial fell 2.04%, Sumitomo Mitsui lost 2.45% and Resona Holdings edged down 1.64%. Brokerage Nomura Holdings lost 7.73% on profit taking.

Among exporters, construction machinery manufacturer Komatsu Ltd. said Tuesday that it would close down two domestic factories and a facility operated by a subsidiary to deal with ongoing tepid demand. The company's stock fell 5.62%.

In the oil sector, Inpex eased 0.55%, Nippon Oil lost 1.52% and Showa Shell fell 1.21%. Among trading houses, Mitsubishi Corp. ended down 0.66% and Itochu slipped 0.53%, but Sumitomo Corp. gained 0.64%.

In Australia, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index lost 5.4 points, or 0.14% to close at 3,748, and the broader All Ordinaries index dropped 4 points, or 0.11% to 3,694.

Banking stocks ended weaker. Commonwealth Bank of Australia edged down 0.82%, ANZ Banking Group lost 1.81%, and National Australia Bank fell 3.07%. Macquarie Group slipped 1.43%, while Westpac Banking bucked the trend and edged up 0.17%.

In the resources sector, index leader BHP Billiton advanced 1.51% and Rio Tinto gained 1.08% ahead of its annual general meeting in London later today. Gold-related stocks ended mixed following a decline in gold prices in Sydney. Lihir Gold lost 0.33%, but Sino Gold advanced 5.31% and Newcrest Mining gained 1.31%.

Energy stocks declined on lower oil prices. Woodside lost 1.12%, Santos edged down 0.59%, and Oil Search fell 0.75%.

Hong Kong’s benchmark, Hang Seng Index recovered early losses and ended in positive territory with a gain of 0.57% or 88.46 points to close at 15,670.

Resource stocks and china-related stocks advanced, while mixed trading was evident among financial stocks.

Aluminum Corporation of China, or CHALCO, rose 7.18%, PetroChina advanced 2.19% and CNOOC gained 3.30%. China Unicom advanced 6.44%, China Mobile gained 4.80%, China Resources soared 8.99%, and China Shinhua added 3.61%.

Toy maker Li & Fung declined more than 10% on weak retail sales data in the U.S. Li & Fung is the biggest supplier of clothing and toys to Wal-Mart (WMT).

South Korea’s benchmark, the KOSPI Index lost 0.7% or 9.54 points to close at 1,333. Financial and auto stocks ended lower, while technology stocks revealed mixed sentiment.

Among the other major markets, China's Shanghai Composite Index gained 8.88 points, or 0.35% at 2,536, Indonesia's Jakarta Composite Index advanced 1.49% or 23.40 points to 1,594 and Singapore's Strait Times Index added 8.97 points, or 0.47% at 1,906. Taiwan's Weighted Index, however, lost 17.49 points, or 0.30% at 5,875.

Asia Markets

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The major markets in the Asia-Pacific region ended higher on Tuesday on growing optimism regarding a global recovery after Goldman Sachs, the sixth largest bank in the U.S, reported better than expected financial results for the first quarter. The company also announced plans to raise $5 billion to repay all of the TARP funding it received from the U.S. government. Buoyed by the announcement from Goldman Sachs, the markets ignored the mixed closing on Wall Street and posted gains, primarily on the support lent by financial stocks. However, the Nikkei bucked the trend and ended in negative territory, dragged down by property stocks.


The benchmark Nikkei 225 Index ended at 8,843, down 81.75 points, or 0.9%, and the broader Topix index of all First Section Issues slipped 5.55 points, or 0.7%, to 843.

Property related stocks ended weaker after Sumitomo Realty & Development reported lower-than-expected earnings, primarily due to increased writedowns. The stock declined 5.60%. Among other property related stocks, Mitsubishi Estate lost 2.16%, Mitsui Fudosan lost 2.50% and Tokyu Land Corp fell 3.99%.

Automakers ended weaker following the news that the U.S. Treasury Department is directing General Motors to prepare for a liquidation filing by a June 1st deadline. However, financial stocks and resource stocks ended mixed.

Australia’s benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index gained 81.3 points, or 2.21% to close at 3,753 and the broader All Ordinaries index advanced 80.5 points, or 2.23% to 3,698. The market witnessed a broad based rally, with banks, miners, energy and retail stocks seeing firm buying interest.

On the economic front, the results of the latest survey of the National Australia Bank revealed that business confidence in the country improved in March, with the index rising to minus 13 from minus 22 in February. The index of business confidence increased 3 points to minus 17, but it remained at a low level not seen since 1992.

Qantas Airways staged a smart recovery in late trading and ended with a gain of 2.04%. Earlier in the day the stock declined as much as 8% after it slashed its full-year profit forecasts and flagged a further 1,750 jobs cuts and capacity reductions amid rapidly deteriorating trading conditions.

In South Korea, the benchmark KOSPI Index ended higher by 4.37 points, or 0.33% at 1,343. Among the financials, KB Financial Group gained 0.38% and Woori Finance advanced 2.50%. However, Shinhan Financial ended unchanged from the previous close.

Technology stocks ended mostly higher, while among shipbuilders, Hyundai Heavy Industries gained 0.95%, Daewoo Shipping advanced 3.27% and Samsung Heavy Industries rose 2.46%. In the auto space, Hyundai Motor edged up 0.30%, and Kia Motor remained unchanged from the previous close. However, Ssangyong Motor lost 6.03% on profit taking.

In Hong Kong, the benchmark Hang Seng Index gained 4.55% or 678.75 points to close at 15,580. Financial stocks were the major gainers, while resource stocks also ended in positive territory. Aluminum Corporation of China, or CHALCO, rose 11.05%, CNOOC gained 7.73% and PetroChina advanced 4.43%.

Among the other major markets, China's Shanghai Composite Index gained 13.48 points, or 0.54% to close at 2,527, Indonesia's Jakarta Composite Index advanced 1.94% or 29.86 points to 1,570, Singapore's Strait Times Index edged up 1.08% or 20.25 points to 1,897 and Taiwan's Weighted Index rose 35.04 points, or 0.60% to 5,893.


Sunday, April 12, 2009

Saham Indonesia: Ulasan Index dan Analisa Saham CTRP dan analisa saham CTRS

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Lima Pekan sudah index DJI mengalami kenaikan atau berada di area postivenya.Untuk minggu ini DJI akan menguji resistancenya di level 8304 untuk melanjutkan kenaikannya.

Sementara Index JKSE atau index bursa saham Indonesia diprediksi akan mengalami kenaikan pada minggu pekan ini (13-17 April), menyusul keadaan kondusifnya keamanan dan politik pasca pemilu 9 April lalu...tepuktangan .... dan juga ditopang oleh postivenya index DJI diakhir pekan lalu sebesar 3.14% di level 8,083.38 serta bursa-bursa Asia diakhir pekan lalu juga bergerak menguat. Apakah euforia ini akan bertahan hingga diakhir pekan? Kita lihat saja. fikir

Index bursa saham Indonesia pada pekan lalu mengalami pelemahan dua hari berturut-turut sebesar 2.3%.
Secara analisa teknikal, Index bursa saham Indonesia pada 6 April yang lalu membentuk pattern Long White Candle Breaks Resistance. Dua hari setelah itu Index bursa saham Indonesia mengalami penurunan harga namun volume meningkat. Prediksi saya index bursa saham indonesia (JKSE) akan menguji support 1463 untuk melanjutkan down trendnya.

Saham Indonesia kali ini akan belajar menganalisa saham-saham yang berada di sektor property yakni dari group ciputra (saham CTRP dansaham CTRS).
Diakhir pekan lalu, saham CTRP membentuk pattern long white candle diikuti dengan kenaikan volume diatas rata-rata volume EMA(5) hariannya. Rekomendasi trading signal: tunggu di harga penutupan diatas 210 untuk konfirmasi buy.


Saham CTRS:
Pattern: Long White Candle Breaks Resistance
Previous Trend: Side Ways
Rekomendasi: Tunggu harga penutupan diatas 325 untuk konfirmasi buy.


Semoga bermanfaat...

Thursday, April 09, 2009

Asia Markets

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Dikutip dari advfn Newsdesk untuk Saham Indonesia (Belajar Analisa Saham Indonesia).

The major markets across the Asia-Pacific region advanced on Thursday, taking cues from Wall Street, where the major indices ended in positive territory despite concerns over corporate earnings on optimism that the economy, which has seen a slowdown in the downward momentum, will turn direction and start recovering earlier than expected.


Speculation that the Japanese government is close to announcing a $154 billion stimulus package to revive the economy and a decision by the Bank of Korea to keep interest rates frozen at 2% on indications that the fall in the economic activity has moderated of late also generated positive sentiment.

The benchmark Nikkei 225 Index gained 3.74% or 321.05 points to close at 8,916, and the broader Topix Index for all First Section Issues advanced 26.55 points to 842.

On the economic front, core machine orders in Japan unexpectedly rose 1.4% in February compared to the previous month, the government said on Thursday, marking the first increase in five months. The increase compares to analysts' expectations for a 6.9% decline following the 3.2% fall in the previous month. On an annual basis, core machine orders fell 30.1%, a smaller drop when compared to forecast for a 36.7% decline.

Automakers ended higher following an announcement by the U.S. Treasury Department that automakers General Motors and Chrysler have launched auto supplier support programs backed by up to $5 billion in U.S. government funds. Honda Motor gained 1.67%, Isuzu Motors rose 9.52% and Toyota Motor gained 4.27%.

Oil stocks also saw significant buying interest. Financials also ended in positive territory following reports that the major banks in the U.S. would pass the stress test. Mitsubishi UFJ soared 6.97%, Mizuho Financial surged 10.05%, Sumitomo Mitsui advanced 5.25%and Resona Holdings gained 5.47%.

The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index gained 52.10 points, or 1.44% to close at 3,672, and the broader All Ordinaries index advanced 50 points or 1.40% to close at 3,617.

On the economic front, Australia's jobless rate jumped 0.5 percentage points to a seasonally adjusted 5.7% in March, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said today. The March jobless rate represented a 5-year high.

In the resources sector, index leader BHP Billiton gained 2.11%, and Rio Tinto advanced 1.87%. Gold miners ended weaker. Lihir Gold fell 0.66%, Sino Gold lost 1.92% and Newcrest Mining slipped 0.03%. Oil-related stocks gained on rising crude oil prices. Woodside Petroleum advanced 1.39%, Oil Search edged up 1.92%, and Santos added 0.36%. However, bank stocks ended on a mixed note.

In Seoul, the benchmark KOSPI Index gained 4.30% or 54.28 points to close at 1,316. Market heavyweight Samsung Electronics advanced 4.13%. Among other technology stocks, Hynix Semiconductor added 0.61%, LG Electronics advanced 3.68%, and LG Display gained 2.86%. Financial and oil stocks also advanced.

In the auto space, Hyundai Motor soared 8.80%, and Kia Motor gained 5.90%. However, Ssangyong Motor, which announced a restructuring plan yesterday, declined 4.02%.

The central bank of South Korea kept the 7-day repo rate unchanged at 2.0% at the conclusion of the monthly policy meeting today. The Bank stated the fall in economic activity has somewhat moderated of late. Analysts were anticipating the rates to be kept unchanged.

The benchmark Hang Seng Index advanced 2.95% or 426.55 points to end at 14,901. The market witnessed a broad based rally, with financial, property, resource and China-related stocks showing notable strength.




Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Belajar Analisa Saham Indonesia: Saham MIRA

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Beberapa hari yg lalu saya pernah posting tentang saham MIRA, silahkan klik disini.
Mari sekarang perhatikan chart saham MIRA hari ini.

Belajar Analisa Saham Indonesia - Saham MIRA


MACD sudah memotong signalnya sehari sebelumnya.
Pattern Candle yang terbentuk kemarin adalah Long Black Candle Breaks Support dengan volme EMA 5 harian dibawah volume rata-ratanya.

Inikah waktunya saham MIRA down trend?





Belajar Analisa Saham Indonesia : Trading Signal (Selasa, 07 April 2009)

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Sambil ngopi .. minum ...di keheningan malam ini....saya belajar...belajar....dan belajar lagi...gak mengenal waktu...untuk belajar menganalisa saham Indonesia...


Inilah hasilnya.......fikir

Saham APOL:
Pattern: Long White Candle
Previous Trend: Up Trend
Prediksi Next Trend: Up Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price diatas 250 untuk konfirmasi BUY



Saham BBNI:
Pattern: Four Price Doji
Previous Trend: Up Trend
Prediksi Next Trend: Down Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price dibawah 860 untuk konfirmasi SELL

Saham BNGA:

Pattern: Long Black Candle
Previous Trend: Up Trend
Prediksi Next Trend: Down Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price dibawah 570 untuk konfirmasi SELL



Saham INDY:
Pattern: Long White Candle
Previous Trend: Up Trend
Prediksi Next Trend: Up Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price diatas 1640 untuk konfirmasi BUY



Saham ISAT:
Pattern: Long White Candle
Previous Trend: Up Trend
Prediksi Next Trend: Up Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price diatas 5950 untuk konfirmasi BUY



Saham ITMG:
Pattern: Long White Candle Breaks Resistance
Previous Trend: Side Ways
Prediksi Next Trend: Up Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price diatas 11850 untuk konfirmasi BUY



Saham PTBA:
Pattern: Long White Candle
Previous Trend: Up Trend
Prediksi Next Trend: Up Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price diatas 7550 untuk konfirmasi BUY



Saham SMCB:
Pattern: Long White Candle
Previous Trend: Up Trend
Prediksi Next Trend: Up Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price diatas 610 untuk konfirmasi BUY



Saham UNSP:
Pattern: Four Price Doji
Previous Trend: Up Trend
Prediksi Next Trend: Down Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price dibawah 320 untuk konfirmasi SELL



Saham UNVR:
Pattern: Long Black Candle
Previous Trend: Down Trend
Prediksi Next Trend: Down Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price dibawah 7650 untuk konfirmasi SELL



Saham WIKA:
Pattern: Long White Candle Breaks Resistance
Previous Trend: Side Ways
Prediksi Next Trend: Up Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price diatas 230 untuk konfirmasi BUY

US Market : Traders May Choose to Take Profits Following Recent Gains

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The major U.S. index futures are pointing to a lower opening on Monday. The lack of any major catalysts following a scintillating run up in the past four weeks places the major averages on track for a pull back, as profit taking generates selling pressure. Additionally, the forthcoming reporting season and the pre-announcement season that precedes it could leave traders jittery over the fate of corporate profits. Commodities are seeing weakness, which is likely to keep buying interest among commodity stocks subdued.


U.S. stocks extended their gains for a fourth straight week last week on strengthening hopes of a recovery. Amid trepidation over what is to befall the ailing auto sector and the anxiety stirred by the comments over the still-fluid state of the financial sector, the major averages declined sharply on Monday. However, the major averages reversed course on Tuesday, supported by the end-of-the quarter purchases by funds. Stocks advanced yet again on Wednesday, with the buying momentum kept afloat by a few positive or rather ‘not-as-bad-as expected’ economic readings.

The G20 meeting ushered in more optimism into the markets, as the major averages climbed sharply on Thursday after the G20 leaders pledged more action and funds to tackle the economic downturn. Despite trading below the unchanged line for the bulk of Friday’s session, stocks closed up on the day, as traders breathed a sigh of relief over the in-line jobs report and bought technology stocks following Research In Motion’s (RIMM) strong results.

For the week, the Dow Industrials and the S&P 500 Index rose 3.10% and 3.26%, respectively, while the Nasdaq Composite rallied 4.96%.

Among the sector indexes, the Dow Jones Transportation Average and the Amex Airline Index jumped 7.21% and 6.03%, respectively for the week. The Amex Securities Broker/Dealer Index and the KBW Bank Index rallied over 5% each. The S&P Retail Index ended up 5.82% for the week, while the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index moved up 3.18%. On the other hand, the Amex Gold Bugs Index and the Amex Biotechnology Index fell 5.52% and 3.90%, respectively.


Monday, April 06, 2009

Asia Markets

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The major markets across the Asia-Pacific region ended higher on Monday, unfazed by the rocket launch by North Korea on Sunday. The major averages in the region extended their gains for a fifth consecutive week last week on increasing optimism that the worst of the global economic crisis is over and the initiatives of the governments will yield positive results in the near term.

In Japan, the benchmark Nikkei 225 Index gained 1.02% or 108.09 points to close at 8,886. However, the broader Topix index of all First Section Issues pared its gains and shed 0.39 points or 0.01% to close at 831.


Automakers moved higher in reaction to the yen’s strength and a report in the Nikkei newspaper that stated that the government would subsidize purchases of eco-friendly vehicles such as hybrids. Among the automakers, Toyota advanced 1.08% and Isuzu Motors rose 8.59%. However, Honda edged down 1.26%.

Exporters also benefited from the stronger yen. Canon gained 1.63%, Sony added 1.04% and Sharp rose 4.68%. However, Trading houses slipped on profit taking, Mitsubishi Corp. lost 0.61%, Sumitomo Corp. edged down 0.11% and Itochu fell 1.14%.

Oil stocks ended higher, with Inpex advancing 4.92%, Showa Shell gaining 2.19% and Nippon Oil edging up 0.92%. However, banks pared back most of their early gains and ended mixed in reaction to a report that forecast losses for the banks for the year. Mitsubishi UFJ lost 2.47%, Mizuho Financial edged down 0.49%, and Sumitomo Mitsui declined 1.37%. However, Resona Holdings bucked trend and edged up 0.45%. Brokerage Nomura Holdings fell 0.85%.

In Sydney, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index gained 21 points or 0.56% to close at 3,757 and the broader All Ordinaries index added 22.40 points, or 0.61% to 3,696.

On the economic front, a report showed that the TD Securities-Melbourne Institute inflation gauge fell 0.1% in March, while the annual rate rose by 2.6%. Meanwhile, a survey by Australia and New Zealand Banking Group showed that the total number of job advertisements fell 8.5% in March from the month before, to average 147,804 a week.

Among banking stocks, Commonwealth Bank of Australia gained 2.11%, National Australia Bank advanced 3.33%, Westpac moved up 1.47%, and investment bank Macquarie Group rose 5.26%. However, ANZ Banking Group bucked the trend and lost 1.15%.

In the resources sector, index leader BHP Billiton lost 1.73%, and Rio Tinto fell 2.15%. Gold-related stocks ended lower following a drop in gold prices. Lihir Gold dropped 6.13%, Newcrest Mining shed 5.10%, and Sino Gold fell 4.55%. Energy and retail stocks ended on a mixed note.

The benchmark Hang Seng Index advanced 3.11% or 452.35 points to close at 14,998. Property stocks, financials, resources and china-related stocks led the gains.

Among property stocks, Henderson Land advanced 2.79%, Wharf Holdings gained 3.05%, SHK Properties rose 3.63%, New World Development soared 7.64% and Swire Pacific added 6.18%.

Financial stocks also ended higher. HSBC Holdings gained 5.26%, Bank of China advanced 2.29%, Bank of Communications added 3.63%, ICBC rose 2.95% and Bank of East Asia moved up 3.46%.

Among the resource stocks, Aluminum Corporation of China, or CHALCO, surged 6.18%, CNOOC gained 1.68% and PetroChina rose 3.63%. However, China-related stocks ended mixed on profit taking. While China Resources gained 1.71%, China Mercantile Holdings lost 0.99% and China Overseas edged down 0.30%.

In Seoul, the benchmark KOSPI Index gained 1.10% or 14.10 points to close at 1,298. Profit taking at higher levels trimmed some of the gains during the trading session. Technology, auto, financial and shipbuilders showed significant buying interest.

Among the other major markets, Indonesia's Jakarta Composite Index advanced 1.09% or 16.28 points to 1,517, Singapore's Strait Times Index gained 27.11 points or 1.49% to close at 1,848, and Taiwan's Weighted Index ended at 5,556, up 0.48% or 26.59 points. The Chinese market was closed for public holiday.


Sunday, April 05, 2009

Analisa Saham Indonesia: Trading Signal

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Belajar Analisa Saham Indonesia kali ini akan menganalisa:
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Saham AALI:
Pattern: Four Price Doji
Previous Trend: Up Trend
Prediksi Next Trend: Up Trend
Rekomendasi: HOLD


Saham ADHI:
Pattern: Long White Candle Breaks Resistance
Prevoius Trend: Side Ways
Prediction Next Trend: Up Trend, dengan suport di level 280 dan resistance di level 320
Rekomendasi: -> Bagi yang belum BUY, silahkan untuk BUY sedikit demi sedikit.
-> HOLD dulu, bagi yang sdh BUY


Saham lainnya:

Saham ANTM:
Pattern: Long White Candle Breaks Resistance
Previous Trend: Side Ways
Prediksi Next Trend: Up Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close price diatas 1200 untuk konfirmasi BUY



Saham BBCA:
Pattern: Long Black Candle Breaks Support
Previous Trend: Side Ways
Prediksi next Trend: Down Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close price dibawah 3175 untuk konfirmasi SELL


Saham BBKP:
Pattern: Long Black Candle
Previous Trend: Up Trend
Prediksi Next Trend: Up Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price dibawah 285 untuk konfirmasi SELL



SAHAM EPMT:
Chart Pattern: Long White Candle
Previous Trend: Up Trend
Prediksi Next Trend: Side Ways
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price diatas 485 untuk konfirmasi BUY


SAHAM INCO:
Chart Pattern: Long White Candle Breaks Resistance
Previous Trend: Side Ways
Prediksi Next Trend: Up Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price diatas 2750 untuk konfirmasi BUY



SAHAM INDF:
Pattern: Long Black Candle Breaks Support
Previous Trend: Side Ways
Prediksi Next Trend: Down Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price dibawah 930 untuk konfirmasi SELL



SAHAM TINS:
Pattern: Long White Candle Breaks Resistance
Previous Trend: Side Ways
Prediksi Next Trend: Up Trend
Rekomendasi: Tunggu Close Price diatas 1160 untuk konfirmasi BUY




Saturday, April 04, 2009

Asian markets Extend Rally on hopes of global recovery; profit taking limits gains

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The major markets across the Asia-Pacific region ended in positive territory on Friday, extending the gains on expectations that the worst had been overcome and the global economy, though still weak, is showing a slowdown in the downward momentum. Positive closing by Wall Street stocks for the third day in succession following the promise of about $1.1 trillion in loans and guarantees by the G20 leaders in London and a relaxation in the "mark-to-market" accounting rules for banks, also influenced the Asian markets. Automakers, resources and financials were the major gainers. However, profit taking at higher levels ahead of the weekend limited the gains, with the major markets closing well below the day's high.

On Thursday, the Dow closed up 216.48 points or 2.8% at 7,978, the Nasdaq closed up 51.03 points or 3.3% at 1,604 and the S&P 500 closed up 23.30 points or 2.9% at 834.

In Asian trading, crude oil ended down $0.73 at $51.91 a barrel in electronic trading. Light sweet crude for May delivery closed up $4.25 at $52.64 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange on Thursday, after hitting an intra-day low of $48.45 and a high of $52.87 on improved demand prospects amid hopes the G-20 summit will help pull the world out of the economic crisis.

In Tokyo, the benchmark Nikkei 225 Index closed at 8,750, up 30.06 points, or 0.34%, and the broader Topix index of all First Section Issues added 4.67 points to 831.

Automakers led the gains on the weaker local currency. Toyota Motor surged up 7.25%, Nissan Motor advanced 5.94% and Honda Motor added 1.65%.

Exporters also ended higher. Canon advanced 1.99%; Sharp added 0.72% and Sony Corp. gained 3.23%. Among trading houses, Mitsubishi Corp. advanced 4.61%, Sumitomo Corp. gained 1.88% and Itochu added 1.54%.

Financials ended weaker in late trading on profit taking. Mitsubishi UFJ declined 0.38%, Mizuho Financial lost 1.44%, Sumitomo Mitsui shed 2.92% and Resona Holdings declined 2.72%. However, Brokerage Nomura Holdings bucked the trend and advanced 4.80%.

Oil stocks ended mixed. While Inpex declined 1.25% and Showa Shell lost 2.14%, Nippon Oil edged up 0.20%.

In Australia, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index rose 1.54%, or 56.60 points, to 3,736 and the broader All Ordinaries index advanced 52.90 points to 3,674.

On the economic front, the latest Australian Industry Group - Commonwealth Bank Performance of Services Index or PSI data revealed that Australian services sector activity remained weak in March. The seasonally adjusted Australian PSI rose by 3.4 points to 35.6 in March, still well below the 50.0 points level separating expansion from contraction.

Resource stocks advanced after a measure of six commodities advanced 2.9% on the London Metals Exchange. Positive economic data from China, where the Purchasing Managers' Index rose to a seasonally adjusted 52.4 in March from 49 in February also propped up resource stocks on expectations of rising demand from China, the major export destination for Australian resources.

Financials gained on expectations that change in accounting rules might improve the profits of the banks. Among banking stocks, Commonwealth Bank of Australia advanced 2.11%, ANZ Banking Group surged up 5.45%, and National Australia Bank advanced 5.48%. Westpac rose 3.02%, and investment bank Macquarie Group gained 4.97%.

In the resources sector, index leader BHP Billiton gained 3.68%, and Rio Tinto advanced 2.93%. Among energy stocks, Woodside moved up 1.79%, Oil Search rose 4.33%, and Santos gained 3.38%.

Gold miners, however, declined after gold closed lower on Thursday. Lihir Gold lost 6.60%, Sino Gold slipped 0.36%, and Newcrest Mining declined 7.11%.

In the retail sector, David Jones lost 1.05%, Woolworths slipped 0.68%, and Coles' owner Wesfarmers decreased 1.42%.

The benchmark Hang Seng Index ended 0.16% or 23.72 points, higher at 14,546, having pared most of the gains on profit taking.

Property related stocks advanced. Henderson Land advanced 4.93%, Sino Land gained 3.04%, New World Development added 1.50% and SHK Properties added 1.27%. However, Hang Lung Properties declined 3.81%.

Resource stocks also ended higher. Aluminum Corporation of China, or CHALCO, gained 3.09%, CNOOC advanced 1.22% and PetroChina moved up 1.09%.

Financials ended mixed on profit taking. HSBC Holdings edged up 0.10%, while Hang Seng Bank declined 1.62%. Other major banks also ended lower on profit taking.

Insurance stocks also ended mixed. While Ping An advanced 0.29%, China Life lost 0.74%.

In Seoul, the benchmark KOSPI Index ended at 1,284, up 6.78 points, or 0.53%.

Financials ended higher. KB Financial Group gained 2.72%, Shinhan Financial advanced 4.14% and Woori Finance added 1.36%.

Oil-related stocks also ended higher. SK Holdings gained 1.70% and S-Oil edged up 0.34%.

Among the automakers, while Hyundai Motor gained 1.32% and Kia Motor advanced 4.01%, Ssangyong Motor declined 1.15%.

Among technology stocks, Hynix Semiconductor moved down 0.79% and LG Electronics slipped 0.20%. However, LG Display gained 0.33%. On the other hand, market heavyweight Samsung Electronics moved up 0.34%.

Shipbuilders ended weak. Hyundai Heavy Industries lost 0.24%, Samsung Heavy Industries decreased 0.92%, and Daewoo Shipping moved down 1.11%.

Among the other markets, China's Shanghai Composite Index lost 5.51 points or 0.23% to 2,420, Singapore's Strait Times Index gained 17.53 points, or 0.97% to 1,821, Indonesia's Jakarta Composite Index added 0.63 points or 0.04% to 1,500, and Taiwan's Weighted Index advanced 55.85 points or 1.02% to 5,530.

Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Saham LTLS: Down Trend

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Hallo semuanya....

Belajar Analisa Saham Indonesia kali ini akan menganalisa saham LTLS.
Mari kita lihat chart pergerakan saham LTLS


LTLS_Daily_(1-April-2009)

Dari harga penutupan hari ini di level 750 turun 12.8%, dimana pattern candle yang terbentuk adalah Black Closing Marubozu dan juga sudah terjadi perpotongan +DI dan -DI.
Untuk pastinya tunggu harga penutupan dibawah harga close 750 untuk konfirmasi sell.


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