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Is there a way to see how bullish or bearish that our trading community is regarding specific shares? Am especially interested to know sentiment about $SPH(T39.SI) for research purposes. What I wish to see is how many people believe that SPH will rise, and how many believe it will fall. Plus how much they think it will rise/fall. This will be useful as a contrarian indicator. It will be great if we can add sentiment data to the charts too.

IG markets has a client sentiment tab but it may not be representative of the community as a whole. - https://www.ig.com/sg/ig-shares/singapore-...

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Indigo

Waiting for support at $2.96 or resistance at $3 to break with a sudden spike of volume. From the intraday price action, both bulls and bears are evenly matched. Might be a boring week for this counter in terms of price movement.

mj0101

Reply to @InvestingNote : Yes, the technology is important.

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Li_Guang_Sheng

Maybe can do one here too. Great suggestion.

mj0101

Yes, sentiment indicators will be good. I sometimes look at the Greed and Fear index for US markets - a good guide.


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