Senior Private Wealth Adviser, PhillipCapital Limited (AFSL 246827)+61 (7) 3338 3838
Shane has passionately followed the markets since the age of 16, and has been an adviser in the financial markets since the year 2000 having worked for a range of firms, including one of the world’s largest investment banks as well as smaller boutique broking firms. Shane is also a past Vice President of the Australian Technical Analysts Association (ATAA) Brisbane, a position he held for 6 years.
Shane is currently a Senior Private Wealth Adviser at Phillip Capital and can assist you with all of your stock market needs - whether you are looking to buy or sell shares, set up a portfolio, grow your SMSF, protect your portfolio, or trade the market. He specialises in technical analysis, risk management, and options trading and focuses predominantly on the Aussie markets.
Shane also writes two key market related technical analysis reports (including a free weekly Market Commentary Report), designed to give traders and investors the best chance possible to get the results they are after from the markets. To find out more about these reports please visit. http://www.phillipcapital.com.au/shane-langham
Shane lives on the sunny Gold Coast with his wife and two dogs. He loves chatting about the market with other like-minded people, so don’t be afraid to pick up the phone or send him an email.
Posts by Shane Langham for Trading Insights:
“Everyone knows that the market is going to correct but nobody wants to believe it’s actually going to happen”. The current Bull market in the US started at the bottom of the GFC which was ...
The US markets have currently one of the longest Bull markets on record. In other words we have an old bull and continuing on from last week’s report
“If you are going to buy a Bull then buy a young one”. This is a quote I will never forget and it was made by a person who I have respected for many years as her Charting Wisdom has been unparalleled.
The US markets have confirmed tops in place on the weekly charts and have reached or slightly exceeded the big picture price targets we have been watching.
Feeling like a Yo-Yo watching Australian Share Market? Sooner or later we are going to break out, find out what we should be trading on.
3 major world markets that just went sideways. London’s FTSE, China’s Shanghai and Japan’s Nikkei 225. Maybe they will turn around this week or they could be indicating this is a potential false break?
Strong moves up and down yet we still really haven’t gone anywhere locally. We are still trapped inside the sideways trading range and it is looking like the US markets are joining us. A new all-time high on the Dow but not on the S&P 500 or the NASDAQ. This could be sector rotation from Tech stocks to your more old economy stocks like those you find in the Dow?
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Friday was the end of the financial year here in Australia. We start the new week coming with a fresh start for a more promising year irrespective of how good or not so good it was. The XJO gained 488.1 points or 9.8% over last financial year but from a calendar basis we are up only 55.7 points or 1.0% and we are now half way through the year.
It was the Winter Solstice last Wednesday (21st) which is a seasonal change and we can see how this affects the markets more times than not. June is the weakest month of the year seasonally however this is followed by July which is one of the two strongest months of the year (December the other) possibly because of the start of the new financial year here in Australia?
It was a big week for just 4 days thanks to the Queen’s Birthday holiday in most states last Monday.