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Many have asked where do I get my charts that show the online foreign brokers’ transactions. I’ve been asked if the Online Foreign Brokers’ Transactions charts I’ve been posting are the same as the Net Foreign Buying and Net Foreign Selling transactions of a stock. First, I generate these charts through my own calculator, which is shared to all of my Stock Signals clients. Second, Foreign Flow is not the same as Online Foreign Brokers’ Transactions. I have a separate calculator to check foreign flow.
Also, online foreign brokers’ transactions are not equal to the foreign flow for each stock. I can generate the online foreign brokers’ transactions’ data as trading happens, but I can only check foreign flow by end-of-day (EOD). To avoid confusion, here’s a better of way looking at it:
Online Foreign Brokers’ Transactions Chart – Focus is on the BROKER.
Foreign Flow Chart – Focus is on the FOREIGN INVESTORS.
An online FOREIGN broker may have local and foreign clients. In the same way, an online LOCAL broker may also have local and foreign clients.
So what’s the importance of knowing the online foreign brokers’ transactions? There are 11 online foreign brokers based on the Philippine Stock Exchange’s website. They are the following:
Some of them are the most active players we see on index and other high-flying stocks. Think with me. If you know the whereabouts of the most active players, doesn’t that help you in filtering which stocks are possible candidates for a good trade? Besides, it gives me an idea of these players’ Buy and Sell Averages. There are more reasons but these two would suffice.
I’ll share with you the Online Foreign Brokers’ Transactions charts of CNPF, MCP, MEG, MPI, NOW, PXP, and WEB. Data covered is from July 1 to 8, 2016.
CNPF – Century Pacific Food
MCP – Melco Crown Resorts Corporation
MEG – Megaworld Corporation
MPI – Metro Pacific Investments Corporation
NOW – Now Corporation
PXP – Philex Petroleum Corporation
WEB – Philweb Corporation
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