Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Remain bearish

No matter how I slice them, they look bearish to me.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Never short a dull market

The market has not declined as I expected due to the end of quarter markup. I covered some shorts with small loss, which were uploaded at the recent losers section. I still think the true direction will emerge in the new month.

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Michael is gone!

I could not believe what I had seen on the top of page of Yahoo yesterday morning. Michael has gone at age 50! This is sad. I don't care about his sex scandals, I don't care about his cosmetic surgeries, I do care about his music, which brought me the sweet memory of my youth. I grew up with his music and his movie-alike MTV, I was a kid carrying a Walkman all day, I was a kid raised under Rock & Roll invasion. I could watch his "Billy Jeans" video several times a day without getting tired of it. I collect the music videos from Michael Jackson to Madonna, from Bon Jovi to Aerosmith. You will not understand how precious they were in China where was still not that open to the outside cultures back in late 80's. Michael Jackson and his videos opened the first door to the Western world. Now he disappears from this world forever that reminds me how old I am and how fragile we are. People can be gone just like that. Treat yourself better, treat your friends and family better. They are the meaning of you being alive. Love you, Michael, love you forever! Your music lives on!

Hi from Korea

Hi all, I am enjoying a moment of surfing freedom at Souel international airport. Last week the market experienced a seasonal quarterly markup, which will be ended next week and the true color of the trend will emerge. As I said, I think the uptrend has been clearly broken and the next direction is flat or downward.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Rally is over for now

All the sectors I showed below have broken down, and I can't find any decent long setups. The uptrend has definitely ended, now the direction is either flat or down.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

A head and shoulder top

If the new house permit number is bullish, why the housing sector is breaking down from a head and shoulder pattern?

Banks are in danger

The banks have been lagging the market for weeks, now it is breaking down.

Monday, June 15, 2009


Most of my long positions are stopped out today. I guess the top has formed, which means you should sell remaining shares if we have any bounce in the near future.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Cramer says the housing sector has bottomed

Hmmm, the chart says probably not.

Warning sign

With the help from BAC's upgrade, SPY still can't overcome 95.7 area, a warning sign.


The most bullish sector.


PXP was also a long candidate.


I recommended SOLR last night.


Still in an uptrend, but it sure looks tired.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Update: SOL

Target is reached today and the position is closed for 55.3%.

Monday, June 8, 2009


Another winner lately.


SOL has been on fire!

I am back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

After being blocked in China for almost a month, I found a way to crawl back. I should have searched for the solution long before, but I was hoping the Chinese government would withdraw the restriction after June 4th. I guess I am wrong. Couldn't wait for this motherfucker government becoming more reasonable and friendly.