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  • CommSec | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    account to be linked to other fee paying accounts with the same bank offers involving a margin above a standard variable rate may be misinterpreted by consumers as being a fixed rate Institutions offering attractive promotional rates include CommSec AMP and St George Bank Read this article in The Australian for more information Also have a look at Canstar Cannex s interest rate comparison table to spot who s offering high rates Tags AMP ASIC ASX CommSec interest rates Investor St George Bank trader Posted in ASX Company News No Comments RSS Feed Twitter Follow Us Sign up to our free weekly e newsletter Feel inspired Start trading Recent Post Markets Cap Best January Performance for Over a Decade Weekly Market Wrap The Covered Call Collar Part 3 1 of Options Trading for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Cap Best January for Over a Decade Stock Market Analysis Traders Take Profits Stock Market Analysis Markets Reach Bull Market Territory Stock Market Analysis US Markets Ease Near All Time Highs Markets Higher As Investors Play Catch Up Weekly Market Wrap Investing in 2013 continued Part 9 Stock Trading Tips for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Higher As Investors Play Catchup Stock Market Analysis Markets Cautious Ahead Of Chinese Data Archives February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September

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  • Investor | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    high interest savings accounts to be investigated Friday February 13th 2009 ASIC will be investigating several banks for potentially misleading customers with ads for high interest online accounts according to a report in The Australian While the official cash rate is at a low of 3 25 banks advertising returns of up to 6 are raising eyebrows It is feared consumers may be at risk of being mislead by the attractive promotional rates while the details are buried in long Terms Conditions Among the concerns high interest rates apply only to a short honeymoon period only with the overall rate being barely different from standard accounts advertising for the low rates continues even when the promotional expiry date draws close fine print clauses require a promotional no fee account to be linked to other fee paying accounts with the same bank offers involving a margin above a standard variable rate may be misinterpreted by consumers as being a fixed rate Institutions offering attractive promotional rates include CommSec AMP and St George Bank Read this article in The Australian for more information Also have a look at Canstar Cannex s interest rate comparison table to spot who s offering high rates Tags AMP ASIC ASX CommSec interest rates Investor St George Bank trader Posted in ASX Company News No Comments Thursday 12th February 2009 MDS Morning Wrap Thursday February 12th 2009 Presented by Michael Hevern MDS Financial Click here to watch the presentation or Click here to download the mp3 audio recording 897Kb In this morning s wrap World Indices DOW up 0 6 banks grilled by Congress NASDAQ up 0 4 Lack of detail in stimulus package Apple down Microsoft and Cisco up US Stimulus plan funding to buy toxic debts additional capital for banks US50bn to prevent foreclosures Strings attached to monies salary caps dividend restrictions acquisition constraints FTSE up 0 5 RIO up 3 5 on Chinalco deal CAC up 0 2 DAX up 0 5 Commodities Oil down 4 US inventories confirming supplies are increasing falling global demand Gold up 2 5 940 weaker US dollar Silver lead and zinc up copper and nickel down aluminium flat Commodities stocks index flat Gold stocks index up 8 2 US Dollar falling Oil stocks index down 0 4 Local market SPI up 13 points Rio Tinto Leighton and Coca Cola to report ASX News CBA profits down by 16 bad debts soar CPU 1H profits down free cash flow up 26 Miners likely to recover today Energy to weigh Banks will hold ground Look to gold for support ASX likely to open higher Tags ASX CAC Commodities DAX Dow FTSE gold price Investor Nasdaq Nikkei oil prices S P 500 spi trader Posted in Stock Market Analysis No Comments Computershare Profits Down 15 Shares Up 10 Thursday February 12th 2009 Total revenue for the half year is 777 056 785 a decrease of 0 8 over the last corresponding period The decrease in revenue is from the Asia Pacific

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  • St George Bank | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    fee account to be linked to other fee paying accounts with the same bank offers involving a margin above a standard variable rate may be misinterpreted by consumers as being a fixed rate Institutions offering attractive promotional rates include CommSec AMP and St George Bank Read this article in The Australian for more information Also have a look at Canstar Cannex s interest rate comparison table to spot who s offering high rates Tags AMP ASIC ASX CommSec interest rates Investor St George Bank trader Posted in ASX Company News No Comments RSS Feed Twitter Follow Us Sign up to our free weekly e newsletter Feel inspired Start trading Recent Post Markets Cap Best January Performance for Over a Decade Weekly Market Wrap The Covered Call Collar Part 3 1 of Options Trading for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Cap Best January for Over a Decade Stock Market Analysis Traders Take Profits Stock Market Analysis Markets Reach Bull Market Territory Stock Market Analysis US Markets Ease Near All Time Highs Markets Higher As Investors Play Catch Up Weekly Market Wrap Investing in 2013 continued Part 9 Stock Trading Tips for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Higher As Investors Play Catchup Stock Market Analysis Markets Cautious Ahead Of Chinese Data Archives February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009

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  • Trader | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    s offering high rates Tags AMP ASIC ASX CommSec interest rates Investor St George Bank trader Posted in ASX Company News No Comments Thursday 12th February 2009 MDS Morning Wrap Thursday February 12th 2009 Presented by Michael Hevern MDS Financial Click here to watch the presentation or Click here to download the mp3 audio recording 897Kb In this morning s wrap World Indices DOW up 0 6 banks grilled by Congress NASDAQ up 0 4 Lack of detail in stimulus package Apple down Microsoft and Cisco up US Stimulus plan funding to buy toxic debts additional capital for banks US50bn to prevent foreclosures Strings attached to monies salary caps dividend restrictions acquisition constraints FTSE up 0 5 RIO up 3 5 on Chinalco deal CAC up 0 2 DAX up 0 5 Commodities Oil down 4 US inventories confirming supplies are increasing falling global demand Gold up 2 5 940 weaker US dollar Silver lead and zinc up copper and nickel down aluminium flat Commodities stocks index flat Gold stocks index up 8 2 US Dollar falling Oil stocks index down 0 4 Local market SPI up 13 points Rio Tinto Leighton and Coca Cola to report ASX News CBA profits down by 16 bad debts soar CPU 1H profits down free cash flow up 26 Miners likely to recover today Energy to weigh Banks will hold ground Look to gold for support ASX likely to open higher Tags ASX CAC Commodities DAX Dow FTSE gold price Investor Nasdaq Nikkei oil prices S P 500 spi trader Posted in Stock Market Analysis No Comments Wednesday 11th February 2009 MDS Morning Wrap Wednesday February 11th 2009 Presented by Michael Hevern MDS Financial Click here to watch the presentation or Click here to download the mp3 audio recording 850Kb In this morning s wrap World Indices DOW down 4 6 US Senate passed the US838bn stimulus package but not enough detail for the market bouncing below 50 day moving average S P 500 down 4 9 NASDAQ down 4 2 US Treasury s Bank Stabilisation Plan passed Apple Microsoft and Cisco down FTSE down 2 2 lower commodity prices affecting energy and material stocks CAC and DAX down 3 5 NIKKEI down 0 3 expect a selloff today concerns about strength of the Yen Commodities Oil down 4 below 40 level 38 continuing oversupply and falling demand Gold up 2 7 917 continuing an upward rising channel since mid October Silver up 2 2 Aluminium lead copper nickel and zinc all down Commodities stocks index down 5 Gold stocks index down 2 3 Oil stocks index down 5 Local Index SPI down 80 points expect a selloff this morning ADRs RIO down 4 5 BHP down 9 Alcoa down 10 Alumina down 6 ANZ down 7 NAB down 8 5 our market likely to open sharply lower today ASX News JB Hi Fi positive results for 1H09 Cochlear 1H09 profit growth fastest in 3 years AWB forecast 1H09 profit down 55 SUN

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  • Thursday 6th November 2008 Cube Morning Wrap | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    after going its dividend and also Morgan Stanley downgraded the rating on that particular stock from over weight and elsewhere in the insurance sector we saw that way as well Aviva down 7 and 2 respectively Elsewhere in Europe we saw the drug stocks weigh on the market Navitus was down 5 and Glaxo Smith Kline down 4 as analysts digested what will happen in the US as a result of the election on Wednesday We also saw the DAX down 2 on the session and CAC also down 2 In Asia we saw that market up 4 5 the highest close since October 15 and you can see there that market is looking to test up and up Bollinger bands as well However we did see broad based advance there with the advanced declines ten stocks up for everyone that was down so pretty broad based there We saw big recoveries in lot of stocks that had been sold off real heavily that 7 days ago and we saw energy stocks up on the back of the higher oil price with also the banks recovering significantly with Mitsubishi and Mitsui up 11 and 12 respectively and Supuro the other large bank there was up 16 We also saw the exporters recover significantly as well with Honda up 13 Canon up 13 and Toyota up 10 on the session They had been sold down overly but they are recovering quite remarkably Elsewhere in Asia we saw Hong Kong up 3 on the session and Chinese market was also up 3 on the session In the commodities market the story there is the USD has strengthened on back of the quick resolution to the US election and we saw oil back off 7 low at 65 dollars We can see there it looks to be stuck in a trading range between 17 and 60 dollars at the moment We are still concerned about OPEC but they will continue to cut production that it will be putting a floor under the market and also we see in the gold market that was down around about 14 dollars of 742 Again as USD story there buying of USD on the back of quick resolution in the US with the election We also see that elsewhere in the commodities market that silver was up 3 copper down 5 lead down 2 zinc down 5 aluminum down 1 and nickel down 5 on the session On our market all eyes will be on their resistance level which we touched its level just over 4300 We would expect our market pullback from that as well given the lead from US as well and SPI was down 143 Of interest in the ADRs BHP was down 5 Rio down 9 Exxon and Chevron were down 5 The gold stocks index was 5 Banks were also lower with the ANZ ADRs down 6 and the NAB ADRs down 7 We do have NAB is due to pay its

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  • CAC | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    index down 2 5 Oil stocks index flat ADRs Alumina up 3 2 BHP up 1 3 RIO sold off significantly Newmont down 2 8 Chevron down 0 8 Exxon down 1 5 ANZ down 1 2 NAB up 1 5 Local Market SPI up 27 points no lead from overseas critical levels 3420 and 2550 ASX News First Half results from JB Hi Fi IOOF Australian Wealth Management Ridley Cochlear Full Year results from AAC and Reckon Aristocrat double loss estimate SUN resumed Ex entitlement down 21 RBA Governor talks at Kuala Lumpur conference BHP to see profit taking RIO chairman elect resigns Gold and Energy likely to retrace Banks trying to hold current levels ASX likely to open flat no direction from the US Tags ASX CAC Commodities DAX Dow Finance FTSE gold investing Nasdaq Nikkei oil S P share market shares Silver spi stockmarket trading Posted in Stock Market Analysis No Comments Wednesday 12th November 2008 Cube Morning Wrap Wednesday November 12th 2008 Presented by Michael Hevern Cubefinancial Click here to watch the presentation or Click here to download the mp3 audio recording 1138Kb Transcription below Good Morning and Welcome to Cube Wrap for Wednesday the 12th of November I m Michael Hevern for Cube Financial The information provided within this presentation is general advice only and you should consult the services of a financial professional in order to ascertain whether the information is applicable to your investment strategies and risk profile Again it is general advice only Well DOW broke through that support level and you can see that on the chart overnight on the back of the concerns about the global economic slump and also continuing for economic use going out of the various companies We saw Alcoa cutting back their production going forward and also there was a response to the China stimulus package that was announced in the previous session We saw the NASDAQ also pullback to 0 2 looks like that market is said to test its lows of October Dell and Google have been downgraded there by Goldman Sachs and it is a general concern about the growth of the economy going forward We saw commodity stocks were down Energy and tech stocks were also down across the board We saw Starbucks as a gauge of retails pending cut back there Profit forecast going forward and that disappointed investors and stocks that sold down 3 GM continues its slide with 5th straight day of selling down 9 2 on the session and it is in variable troubles as far as concerned The key stocks in the NASDAQ Google down 3 and said Goldman Sachs have downgraded that company Also Barclays has downgraded Dell and it was down 5 on the session Across in the UK we saw that the market was also down 3 6 finishing at 4246 Looks like its going to do at the very least test the levels there of the retracements levels of the move over the past 3 weeks and the selling was again generally across the board with banks and commodity stocks all down We saw the energy stocks as of BP BG group and Royal Dutch Shell down between 4 and 10 on the session The big miners BHP RIO Vedanta and Anglo all down between 7 and 14 on the session Banks also weigh with Lloyds Bank down 9 and HBOS was also down 8 on the session as well as Standard Chartered from HSBC down 4 and 5 on the session It was some array of hope in the UK market in the defensive stocks Vodafone rose 6 being seen as a defensive player and also Smith Cline was up 1 being a defensive pharmaceutical sector exposure there Elsewhere in Europe we saw the DAX down 5 and the French CAC was down 5 as well So that negative lead from the UK also fled into the European stocks We saw in Asia that that market was down 3 just at best it s going to test the big levels of its 10 day move and however we would see that actually just below as well At the very least it can afford to be just down to that bottom demand of around that 7400 level The recovery on the back of the Chinese stimulus package was short lived and we saw profit taking overnight We also saw that trading companies which did spike up on the back of the stimulus package of China held their gains with high construction of 3 and commodity was still up 1 5 However we did see the problems in the auto sector from the US fled through to the Asian markets with Toyota down and also Sun was down as well Elsewhere in Asia we saw the Hong Kong share prices closed at 4 8 buy and Chinese stocks actually closed down 1 7 lower In the commodities markets we see that oil suffering from the like of global demand continues to pullback in think that downtrend line there that has head off the support for that it s a fair way away all the way back of 50 dollars We also saw that the Chinese stimulus package did really flow on to increase the prices in that regard We also saw gold pullback it was down around that 10 dollars to finish at 733 and that meant that all the other commodities pullback as well with sliver down 4 copper down 6 3 lead down 5 3 zinc was on the few commodities was up 1 and aluminum and nickel were down 2 and 5 for the session On the ASX we look to test the recent lows of October SPI was down 69 last I saw and we would be looking to very least there testing that demand retracement level there which is around about the 3800 level The other news that is in the ASX market today we saw Asiana going to trading all yesterday after the Citi two brokers cam out with severity notes about the company the company Citi headline there as crisis of confidence which meant that the stock actually sold off around at 60 on open We also saw the banks weigh heavily yesterday The issue there is that they do have exposure to all the problems with the world economy They do have exposure to Asiana and thus is unsure what extend of exposure is to that stock if it does have to go into conception Alumina also seeing 2 on the back of it saying that is was cutting back on one of their projects and that would result in the cut back in aluminum production In going forward for 2009 NAB seemed to be sitting pretty there snapping up at 3 billion dollars worth in capital rising however they did trade around about the 20 dollar mark which is the level of the raising that was done at We also saw we will expect that commodities down overnight so we would expect energy and material stocks also weigh on that market today We expect that market to open lower and again there is busy news breaking in the US This is another note that is of interest the gold stocks in the US had been sold down heavily as a result of the Obama win in election and that is being flowing through to our coal stocks as well We see Felix down 14 Glossip Coal down 6 and that is on the fact that the Obama government is going to be recommending greener types of energy stocks of energy and they are saying that they will support their going forward Should you have any questions about the information provided within this presentation please call the equities and options desk or the CFD advising desk on the numbers provided and as always trade carefully Tags Alcoa CAC Commodities Market DAX Dell Dow Goldman Sachs google Nasdaq Posted in Stock Market Analysis No Comments Thursday 6th November 2008 Cube Morning Wrap Thursday November 6th 2008 Presented by Michael Hevern Cubefinancial Click here to watch the presentation or Click here to download the mp3 audio recording 1104Kb Transcription below Good Morning and Welcome to Cube Wrap for Thursday 6th of November I m Michael Hevern for Cube Financial The information provided within this presentation is general advice only and you should consult the services of a financial professional in order to ascertain whether the information is applicable to your investment strategies and risk profile Again it is general advice only Well the Dow had a bitter dose of reality overnight as the euphoria about the Obama landslide starting to settle We also saw energy and metal prices down on the back of the stronger USD sell stories and sell on the fact We saw the Dow down 5 the S P 500 down 5 and the NASDAQ down 5 on the close as well We can see there each of those markets is bouncing off the top of the Bollinger bands there which we did mention yesterday and it is all back to the economy stupid We have US service sector figures released down to 44 for October that is down from 50 in September 50 is an indication that the services or manufacturing sector is falling and the figures were worse than expected We also saw that the Fed interest rate payments on reserves are expected to increase on both required and excess reserves by depository institution of the central banks and we also see that markets are starting to focus back on the economy since all the media hot about the elections is over We see also in the UK that that market was down 2 on the session and in a 6 day winning streak there again bouncing off the downtrend line there that we did highlight yesterday The stocks in the news over there included oils miners with the top losers as commodity prices fell and also insurers and pharmaceutical were also in the news as a result of the changing policies that will be coming force from the Obama We see that BP Shell and BG all down between 2 and 5 on the session where the Shell did trade its dividend and of the big miners Anglo Vedanta Eurasian Natural Resources Kazakhmys and Xstrata all down between 6 and 12 on the session but they did have a good run over last few sessions There was also economic data which indicates the service sector is also shrinking at the fastest pace since 1996 and that figure came from the Chartered Institute of Purchasing Supply This data added weight to the fact that the Bank of England will cut interest rates on those labors tonight and suggested the cut would be between 50 and 100 best points Banks were weaker The banking index was down 0 8 in the UK however Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland were up around about 5 5 on the session Our mutual insurance was down 9 after going its dividend and also Morgan Stanley downgraded the rating on that particular stock from over weight and elsewhere in the insurance sector we saw that way as well Aviva down 7 and 2 respectively Elsewhere in Europe we saw the drug stocks weigh on the market Navitus was down 5 and Glaxo Smith Kline down 4 as analysts digested what will happen in the US as a result of the election on Wednesday We also saw the DAX down 2 on the session and CAC also down 2 In Asia we saw that market up 4 5 the highest close since October 15 and you can see there that market is looking to test up and up Bollinger bands as well However we did see broad based advance there with the advanced declines ten stocks up for everyone that was down so pretty broad based there We saw big recoveries in lot of stocks that had been sold off real heavily that 7 days ago and we saw energy stocks up on the back of the higher oil price with also the banks recovering significantly with Mitsubishi and Mitsui up 11 and 12 respectively and Supuro the other large bank there was up 16 We also saw the exporters recover significantly as well with Honda up 13 Canon up 13 and Toyota up 10 on the session They had been sold down overly but they are recovering quite remarkably Elsewhere in Asia we saw Hong Kong up 3 on the session and Chinese market was also up 3 on the session In the commodities market the story there is the USD has strengthened on back of the quick resolution to the US election and we saw oil back off 7 low at 65 dollars We can see there it looks to be stuck in a trading range between 17 and 60 dollars at the moment We are still concerned about OPEC but they will continue to cut production that it will be putting a floor under the market and also we see in the gold market that was down around about 14 dollars of 742 Again as USD story there buying of USD on the back of quick resolution in the US with the election We also see that elsewhere in the commodities market that silver was up 3 copper down 5 lead down 2 zinc down 5 aluminum down 1 and nickel down 5 on the session On our market all eyes will be on their resistance level which we touched its level just over 4300 We would expect our market pullback from that as well given the lead from US as well and SPI was down 143 Of interest in the ADRs BHP was down 5 Rio down 9 Exxon and Chevron were down 5 The gold stocks index was 5 Banks were also lower with the ANZ ADRs down 6 and the NAB ADRs down 7 We do have NAB is due to pay its dividend this week We also have in the news that Leighton is holding and AGM today as well as Telstra holding rising that should be interesting there We expect the energies and materials to weigh on that market We will do open lower and we expect to see profit taking there Should you have any questions about the information provided within this presentation please call the equities options desk or the CFD advisory desk on the numbers provided and as always trade carefully Tags CAC DAX Dow interest rates Posted in Stock Market Analysis No Comments Friday 31st October 2008 Cube Morning Wrap Friday October 31st 2008 Presented by Michael Hevern Cubefinancial Click here to watch the presentation or Click here to download the mp3 audio recording 1288Kb Transcription below Good morning welcome to Cube Wrap for Friday the 31st of October 2008 I am Michael Hevern for Cube Financial The information provided within this presentation is general advice only and you should consult the services of a financial professional in order to ascertain whether the information is applicable to your investment strategies and risk profile Again this is general advice only Dow managed to finish up for the session after trading thought 350 point range with the triple digits yet again after the Fed cut their the interest rates to 1 The GDP figures were also released and they were down for the quota 0 3 which giving the worst figures seen since 7 years since 2001 Endless to say there is expecting to further decline in 2009 Consumer spending was also recorded and seemed to be the worst since 1980s We had the Kansas City Fed releasing manufacturing figures saying that they hit a records low the figure was minus 23 in October minus 9 in September and was the worst reading that they have seen in the 14 years history of the Kansas City Index manufacturing index The 3 months dollar level also fell shortly this week jumping to 3 1925 for Wednesday that compares to a peak of 4 82 on October 10 so not much good news on the economic front over there but the market did struggled out somewhat and wasn t as bad as was expected We see also that in the NASDAQ it was up 2 5 AMEX said that it will cut 10 of its work loss that 7000 jobs they are losing there and cutting as well another big companies in the US The NASDAQ is seeing to be the biggest beneficiary in the economic revival So they have brought in through that downtrend line you can see there similarly for the Dow The Dow actually came into resistance today The NASDAQ seems to have a bit more to go before it does reach the resistance levels We saw Apple up 6 2 and Intel up 8 on the session They also benefited from a pullback in the oil price and airline index had surged 10 overnight Exxon reversed its costs in the afternoon trading ending up 0 5 after it say that its profited exceeded expectations Prudential was also the big mover on the day trading 18 after it released a significant quarterly loss In rest of the market we the New York stock exchange four stocks eventual to every one Finally on the NASDAQ we saw 3 stocks rising for every one sale that is fairly broad based move there It will be interesting to see whether we see that follow through to night The UK saw that market up just over 1 stock to be 03 lows The banks and miners actually moved but that was despite below the commodities prices We saw FTSE trading in a 150 point range and finishing that midpoint at that range We also saw banks Royal Bank of Scotland HBOS the Lloyds and Standard Chartered probably 24 4 and 10 on

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  • DAX | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    Commodities stocks index flat Gold stocks index up 8 2 US Dollar falling Oil stocks index down 0 4 Local market SPI up 13 points Rio Tinto Leighton and Coca Cola to report ASX News CBA profits down by 16 bad debts soar CPU 1H profits down free cash flow up 26 Miners likely to recover today Energy to weigh Banks will hold ground Look to gold for support ASX likely to open higher Tags ASX CAC Commodities DAX Dow FTSE gold price Investor Nasdaq Nikkei oil prices S P 500 spi trader Posted in Stock Market Analysis No Comments Wednesday 11th February 2009 MDS Morning Wrap Wednesday February 11th 2009 Presented by Michael Hevern MDS Financial Click here to watch the presentation or Click here to download the mp3 audio recording 850Kb In this morning s wrap World Indices DOW down 4 6 US Senate passed the US838bn stimulus package but not enough detail for the market bouncing below 50 day moving average S P 500 down 4 9 NASDAQ down 4 2 US Treasury s Bank Stabilisation Plan passed Apple Microsoft and Cisco down FTSE down 2 2 lower commodity prices affecting energy and material stocks CAC and DAX down 3 5 NIKKEI down 0 3 expect a selloff today concerns about strength of the Yen Commodities Oil down 4 below 40 level 38 continuing oversupply and falling demand Gold up 2 7 917 continuing an upward rising channel since mid October Silver up 2 2 Aluminium lead copper nickel and zinc all down Commodities stocks index down 5 Gold stocks index down 2 3 Oil stocks index down 5 Local Index SPI down 80 points expect a selloff this morning ADRs RIO down 4 5 BHP down 9 Alcoa down 10 Alumina down 6 ANZ down 7 NAB down 8 5 our market likely to open sharply lower today ASX News JB Hi Fi positive results for 1H09 Cochlear 1H09 profit growth fastest in 3 years AWB forecast 1H09 profit down 55 SUN IAG bushfire and flooding bill escalates Miners and Energy to retrace Banks to weigh Look to gold for support Tags ASX CAC Commodities DAX Dow FTSE gold prices Investor Nasdaq Nikkei oil prices S P 500 spi trader Posted in Stock Market Analysis No Comments Tuesday 10th February 2009 MDS Morning Wrap Tuesday February 10th 2009 Presented by Michael Hevern MDS Financial Click here to watch the presentation or Click here to download the mp3 audio recording 917Kb In this morning s wrap World Indices DOW flat down 0 7 traders and investors awaiting resolution of stimulus package banks up early but sold late McDonalds January sales up NASDAQ and S P 500 flat US Treasury s Bank Stabilisation Plan delayed FTSE up 0 4 Banking stocks the focus Barclays better than expected profits EU need to address toxic bank debt CAC and DAX up slightly NIKKEI down 1 3 just above 7900 level China steel demand recovering Commodities Oil down 0 5 39 85 oversupply and falling demand Gold down 2 897 USD strengthening Silver aluminium lead and copper down nickel flat zinc up Commodities stocks index flat Gold stocks index down 2 5 Oil stocks index flat ADRs Alumina up 3 2 BHP up 1 3 RIO sold off significantly Newmont down 2 8 Chevron down 0 8 Exxon down 1 5 ANZ down 1 2 NAB up 1 5 Local Market SPI up 27 points no lead from overseas critical levels 3420 and 2550 ASX News First Half results from JB Hi Fi IOOF Australian Wealth Management Ridley Cochlear Full Year results from AAC and Reckon Aristocrat double loss estimate SUN resumed Ex entitlement down 21 RBA Governor talks at Kuala Lumpur conference BHP to see profit taking RIO chairman elect resigns Gold and Energy likely to retrace Banks trying to hold current levels ASX likely to open flat no direction from the US Tags ASX CAC Commodities DAX Dow Finance FTSE gold investing Nasdaq Nikkei oil S P share market shares Silver spi stockmarket trading Posted in Stock Market Analysis No Comments Wednesday 12th November 2008 Cube Morning Wrap Wednesday November 12th 2008 Presented by Michael Hevern Cubefinancial Click here to watch the presentation or Click here to download the mp3 audio recording 1138Kb Transcription below Good Morning and Welcome to Cube Wrap for Wednesday the 12th of November I m Michael Hevern for Cube Financial The information provided within this presentation is general advice only and you should consult the services of a financial professional in order to ascertain whether the information is applicable to your investment strategies and risk profile Again it is general advice only Well DOW broke through that support level and you can see that on the chart overnight on the back of the concerns about the global economic slump and also continuing for economic use going out of the various companies We saw Alcoa cutting back their production going forward and also there was a response to the China stimulus package that was announced in the previous session We saw the NASDAQ also pullback to 0 2 looks like that market is said to test its lows of October Dell and Google have been downgraded there by Goldman Sachs and it is a general concern about the growth of the economy going forward We saw commodity stocks were down Energy and tech stocks were also down across the board We saw Starbucks as a gauge of retails pending cut back there Profit forecast going forward and that disappointed investors and stocks that sold down 3 GM continues its slide with 5th straight day of selling down 9 2 on the session and it is in variable troubles as far as concerned The key stocks in the NASDAQ Google down 3 and said Goldman Sachs have downgraded that company Also Barclays has downgraded Dell and it was down 5 on the session Across in the UK we saw that the market was also down 3 6 finishing at 4246 Looks like its going to do at the very least test the levels there of the retracements levels of the move over the past 3 weeks and the selling was again generally across the board with banks and commodity stocks all down We saw the energy stocks as of BP BG group and Royal Dutch Shell down between 4 and 10 on the session The big miners BHP RIO Vedanta and Anglo all down between 7 and 14 on the session Banks also weigh with Lloyds Bank down 9 and HBOS was also down 8 on the session as well as Standard Chartered from HSBC down 4 and 5 on the session It was some array of hope in the UK market in the defensive stocks Vodafone rose 6 being seen as a defensive player and also Smith Cline was up 1 being a defensive pharmaceutical sector exposure there Elsewhere in Europe we saw the DAX down 5 and the French CAC was down 5 as well So that negative lead from the UK also fled into the European stocks We saw in Asia that that market was down 3 just at best it s going to test the big levels of its 10 day move and however we would see that actually just below as well At the very least it can afford to be just down to that bottom demand of around that 7400 level The recovery on the back of the Chinese stimulus package was short lived and we saw profit taking overnight We also saw that trading companies which did spike up on the back of the stimulus package of China held their gains with high construction of 3 and commodity was still up 1 5 However we did see the problems in the auto sector from the US fled through to the Asian markets with Toyota down and also Sun was down as well Elsewhere in Asia we saw the Hong Kong share prices closed at 4 8 buy and Chinese stocks actually closed down 1 7 lower In the commodities markets we see that oil suffering from the like of global demand continues to pullback in think that downtrend line there that has head off the support for that it s a fair way away all the way back of 50 dollars We also saw that the Chinese stimulus package did really flow on to increase the prices in that regard We also saw gold pullback it was down around that 10 dollars to finish at 733 and that meant that all the other commodities pullback as well with sliver down 4 copper down 6 3 lead down 5 3 zinc was on the few commodities was up 1 and aluminum and nickel were down 2 and 5 for the session On the ASX we look to test the recent lows of October SPI was down 69 last I saw and we would be looking to very least there testing that demand retracement level there which is around about the 3800 level The other news that is in the ASX market today we saw Asiana going to trading all yesterday after the Citi two brokers cam out with severity notes about the company the company Citi headline there as crisis of confidence which meant that the stock actually sold off around at 60 on open We also saw the banks weigh heavily yesterday The issue there is that they do have exposure to all the problems with the world economy They do have exposure to Asiana and thus is unsure what extend of exposure is to that stock if it does have to go into conception Alumina also seeing 2 on the back of it saying that is was cutting back on one of their projects and that would result in the cut back in aluminum production In going forward for 2009 NAB seemed to be sitting pretty there snapping up at 3 billion dollars worth in capital rising however they did trade around about the 20 dollar mark which is the level of the raising that was done at We also saw we will expect that commodities down overnight so we would expect energy and material stocks also weigh on that market today We expect that market to open lower and again there is busy news breaking in the US This is another note that is of interest the gold stocks in the US had been sold down heavily as a result of the Obama win in election and that is being flowing through to our coal stocks as well We see Felix down 14 Glossip Coal down 6 and that is on the fact that the Obama government is going to be recommending greener types of energy stocks of energy and they are saying that they will support their going forward Should you have any questions about the information provided within this presentation please call the equities and options desk or the CFD advising desk on the numbers provided and as always trade carefully Tags Alcoa CAC Commodities Market DAX Dell Dow Goldman Sachs google Nasdaq Posted in Stock Market Analysis No Comments Thursday 6th November 2008 Cube Morning Wrap Thursday November 6th 2008 Presented by Michael Hevern Cubefinancial Click here to watch the presentation or Click here to download the mp3 audio recording 1104Kb Transcription below Good Morning and Welcome to Cube Wrap for Thursday 6th of November I m Michael Hevern for Cube Financial The information provided within this presentation is general advice only and you should consult the services of a financial professional in order to ascertain whether the information is applicable to your investment strategies and risk profile Again it is general advice only Well the Dow had a bitter dose of reality overnight as the euphoria about the Obama landslide starting to settle We also saw energy and metal prices down on the back of the stronger USD sell stories and sell on the fact We saw the Dow down 5 the S P 500 down 5 and the NASDAQ down 5 on the close as well We can see there each of those markets is bouncing off the top of the Bollinger bands there which we did mention yesterday and it is all back to the economy stupid We have US service sector figures released down to 44 for October that is down from 50 in September 50 is an indication that the services or manufacturing sector is falling and the figures were worse than expected We also saw that the Fed interest rate payments on reserves are expected to increase on both required and excess reserves by depository institution of the central banks and we also see that markets are starting to focus back on the economy since all the media hot about the elections is over We see also in the UK that that market was down 2 on the session and in a 6 day winning streak there again bouncing off the downtrend line there that we did highlight yesterday The stocks in the news over there included oils miners with the top losers as commodity prices fell and also insurers and pharmaceutical were also in the news as a result of the changing policies that will be coming force from the Obama We see that BP Shell and BG all down between 2 and 5 on the session where the Shell did trade its dividend and of the big miners Anglo Vedanta Eurasian Natural Resources Kazakhmys and Xstrata all down between 6 and 12 on the session but they did have a good run over last few sessions There was also economic data which indicates the service sector is also shrinking at the fastest pace since 1996 and that figure came from the Chartered Institute of Purchasing Supply This data added weight to the fact that the Bank of England will cut interest rates on those labors tonight and suggested the cut would be between 50 and 100 best points Banks were weaker The banking index was down 0 8 in the UK however Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland were up around about 5 5 on the session Our mutual insurance was down 9 after going its dividend and also Morgan Stanley downgraded the rating on that particular stock from over weight and elsewhere in the insurance sector we saw that way as well Aviva down 7 and 2 respectively Elsewhere in Europe we saw the drug stocks weigh on the market Navitus was down 5 and Glaxo Smith Kline down 4 as analysts digested what will happen in the US as a result of the election on Wednesday We also saw the DAX down 2 on the session and CAC also down 2 In Asia we saw that market up 4 5 the highest close since October 15 and you can see there that market is looking to test up and up Bollinger bands as well However we did see broad based advance there with the advanced declines ten stocks up for everyone that was down so pretty broad based there We saw big recoveries in lot of stocks that had been sold off real heavily that 7 days ago and we saw energy stocks up on the back of the higher oil price with also the banks recovering significantly with Mitsubishi and Mitsui up 11 and 12 respectively and Supuro the other large bank there was up 16 We also saw the exporters recover significantly as well with Honda up 13 Canon up 13 and Toyota up 10 on the session They had been sold down overly but they are recovering quite remarkably Elsewhere in Asia we saw Hong Kong up 3 on the session and Chinese market was also up 3 on the session In the commodities market the story there is the USD has strengthened on back of the quick resolution to the US election and we saw oil back off 7 low at 65 dollars We can see there it looks to be stuck in a trading range between 17 and 60 dollars at the moment We are still concerned about OPEC but they will continue to cut production that it will be putting a floor under the market and also we see in the gold market that was down around about 14 dollars of 742 Again as USD story there buying of USD on the back of quick resolution in the US with the election We also see that elsewhere in the commodities market that silver was up 3 copper down 5 lead down 2 zinc down 5 aluminum down 1 and nickel down 5 on the session On our market all eyes will be on their resistance level which we touched its level just over 4300 We would expect our market pullback from that as well given the lead from US as well and SPI was down 143 Of interest in the ADRs BHP was down 5 Rio down 9 Exxon and Chevron were down 5 The gold stocks index was 5 Banks were also lower with the ANZ ADRs down 6 and the NAB ADRs down 7 We do have NAB is due to pay its dividend this week We also have in the news that Leighton is holding and AGM today as well as Telstra holding rising that should be interesting there We expect the energies and materials to weigh on that market We will do open lower and we expect to see profit taking there Should you have any questions about the information provided within this presentation please call the equities options desk or the CFD advisory desk on the numbers provided and as always trade carefully Tags CAC DAX Dow interest rates Posted in Stock Market Analysis No Comments Friday 31st October 2008 Cube Morning Wrap Friday October 31st 2008 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    of concurrent systems would be using a trend trading system with a breakout system and a mean reversion system Master your own systems don t tinker with indicators of a system that you re trading and back test before you start putting your capital at risk 6 Keep your losses small Understand your trade expectancy and know your trade risk before you enter the trade When all is said and done the only parameter that you can control in any given trade is your risk It may be worth reviewing my previous article Mind the Gap Trading Risk with Options Versus CFDs at this point 7 Staying on the sidelines is a valid strategy If the market and or stocks are trading sideways it is valid to stay in cash until a trading opportunity presents itself 8 Take responsibility for your trades Evaluate why the losing trades failed and why the winners succeeded This is where a Trade Journal can be invaluable This can be a painful process at least initially because ego is built to deflect blame and accept praise which is a trap because if you try to rationalise or justify poor trades then you will never learn from them Use the Trade Journal to divest the emotion from the trade evaluation process Trading for profit should be treated as a business and these are just some of the rules and conditions that you need to abide by in order to ensure that your trading is done systematically and efficiently without emotion Some good reading material on this topic includes Complete Trading for a Living by Dr Alexander Elders Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom by Van K Tharp Michael Hevern Investment Adviser This report was prepared by Michael Hevern It represents the views and opinions of the author It is not intended for use by any third party without the approval of Michael Hevern While this report is based on information from sources which are considered reliable its accuracy and completeness cannot be guaranteed Any opinions expressed reflect my judgment at this date and are subject to change Contracting Hevern Pty Ltd is a Corporate Authorised Representative No 408868 of MDS Financial Services Pty Limited ABN 28 088 190 283 AFSL No 333298 MDS and Michael Hevern has been appointed as an Authorised Representative of Contracting Hevern Pty Ltd Opinions conclusions and other information expressed in this report are not given or endorsed by MDS Financial Services Pty Ltd unless otherwise indicated The information contained in this Report is General Advice only as the information or advice given does not take into account your particular objectives financial situation or needs Tags investing in shares stock market trading trade journals trading as a business Trading Strategy Weekly Market Wrap Traders Show Concern Over Slowing Growth ASX Company News Worley Parsons Secures Mongolian EPCM Contract This entry was posted on Friday March 23rd 2012 at 1 59 pm and is filed under Trading Strategies You can follow any responses

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