TWB Hang Seng Index M1 Trading Training
Hong Kong is one of the world's leading financial centres, and the country's stock market, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the third-largest in Asia and the sixth-largest in the world.
17th Oct (Sunday)
9.30am to 12noon
FREE via ZOOM
International investors tracking this market often watch the Hang Seng Index, which tracks the largest companies traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. This index accounts for about 40% of the exchange's total market capitalization. Since its inception in July of 1964, the index has moved from 100 points to more than 26,000 points, as of Sep 2021.
- The Hang Seng Index consists of 50 of the largest and most liquid companies on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, similar to the S&P 500 in the U.S.
- The Hang Seng Index underlies many exchange-traded funds (ETFs), or you can access it through American depository receipts (ADRs).
- Investing in Hong Kong ETFs and ADRs can be risky due to political changes from mainland China and the increase in state-run businesses.
The Hang Seng Index
The Hang Seng Index is a stock market index consisting of 50 of the largest and most liquid companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. This accounts for 40% of its total market capitalization. Like the S&P 500 in the United States, the index is designed to mimic the overall performance of the stock market at any given time.
The Hang Seng Index provides international investors with a quick glance into the health of Hong Kong's stock market, which can be difficult to see when looking at individual equities. The global nature of Hong Kong's economy also means that the Hang Seng serves as a proxy for the wider Asian market—especially China's stock market, which is often mispriced due to capital restrictions.
International investors should keep in mind, however, that the index is 41.93% weighted toward financials, 20.93% weighted toward real estate, and 12.35% weighted toward consumer cyclicals, creating some concentration risks.
TWB Hang Seng M1 Trading Community
We started our Hang Seng M1 Trading Community on the 25th August 2021 with only 8 TWB Members and by 11th Oct, we have more than 70. We are confident that this figure will hit 150 by end of 2021.
Our trading strategy is to apply TWB System M1 trading methodologies between specific timing: 0917hr to 1045hr.
We advocate tight Risk Control and consistent Lot Size Management.
Since 25th Aug 2021
Using a Capital of US$3000
The Daily Margin needed is avg. US$350 (for max 0.04)
The Average Daily Nett Earnings: US$450
The Biggest Single Day Losses: US$1080
The Smallest Single Day Winnings: US$12
The Longest streak of Winnings Days: 23 days in a row
The Shortest streak of Losing Days: 1 day
Total Trades: 122 - LONG 77 (Win 55, Loss 22) / SHORT 45 (Win 31, Loss 14)
Our TWB Hang Seng M1 Traders Results
Our TWB Hang Seng M1 Traders Testimonies
Rules are only but part of the overall ecosystem
What else are there?
1) Guts: Accept that there will be winnings and losses and breeze through it all without putting emotions into it. Many became too engaged on catching the one big winning trade but we all know such occurrence is probably going to occur once or twice a month.
A successful trader is about having success spread out over many trades, not hinges on that one trade. That’s what our TWB Hang Seng Traders are beginning to see that manifesting.
2) Money Power: One must detach Fear of losing from the game
Hang Seng Index is a volatile market hence taking numerous small winning trades to cover while waiting for that big one, at the same time building up your ammunitions to fire when the moment comes.
Both with the same rules, but one using excess funds not needed for day to day; vs another whom use funds that cannot be afforded to lose
3) Analytical observations: Know the characteristics and timing, and don’t bend the Rules. Once you grasp it all, one should take control and ensure trading to be done when the Rules call for it.
Finally, in trading, TWB Academy accept that there will be areas that we could have fallen short of expectations but in reaction, we did do continual review on the past and tweak it to improve and strive to live up to your expectations and trust.
We hope you accord a little forbearance while we work to bridge this gap. This is a never-ending quest for improvement, to which we will spare no efforts to ensure you get the best you deserve.
Are you ready to join the Hang Seng M1 Trading Alliances?
Next TWB Hang Seng M1 Trading Training happening on
17th Oct (Sunday)
9.30am to 12noon via ZOOM for FREE
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Any form of investing carries risk, and may not be suitable for all individuals. Before making any decision to trade or invest you should always carefully consider your investment goals, experience level, and risk tolerance ability. The possibility will always exist that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and even the possibility of losing more than your initial investment with any form of margin trading. You should therefore not invest money you cannot afford to lose. You are recommended to seek advice from a financial advisor if you have any doubts. A reminder that past performance does not necessarily indicate future results.