2018 is the 10-year anniversary of 2008's market melt-down . . .
Kopisoh said market is very volatile as chngkay is busy harvesting the 10-year trees before chopping them down . . .
It is not the right time for newbies to dabble in the market under such condition whether for short-term trading or long-term investment . . .
It is safer to just watch the market and try to learn something and wait for the correction to run its course . . .
Reply to @ochartist : yes yes watching
I answer all 3 questions.
1) Many scenario. Married deal on agreed price. Like A sell to friend as market no liquidity to absorb his quantity and he dun wanna depress it so do married sell at lower price. If A dump open market the stock will crash.
2) Buy up? Sometime to mark stock prices. Some funds to it to beautify the books on some of the shares they own especially during month end window dressing. Some do to prevent margin call. Some do to make technical chart nice.
3) Fake queue. Trick you lor. Assuming you Big boys, if you really want to sell, you will not want to queue big quantity to scare buyer. Usually they put it there to make people sell and then they collect. Once collect finish they remove fake queue and buy up. And give versa
Reply to @Zeus : Yup. But not deal through banks but FI
ok guys. just for discussion sake ya. see this idiot. he has whole day to sell but never act. after closing dump at 176. this can't be need money right? more like too much money, so throw?
Reply to @layers : no la... i not bothered at all. i just trying to figure out why such behaviour happens