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2012 Ting Hai effect

The Ting Hai effect, Adam Cheng effect or Chiu-Koon effect is a peculiar stock market phenomenon. The phenomenon is observed that whenever Hong Kong actor Adam Cheng stars in a new television show, there is a sudden and unexplained drop in the stock market. This is still a popular topic amongst stock brokers, years after the drama series Greed of Man was broadcast in Hong Kong in October 1992. The effect is named after Ting Hai (丁蟹), the main antagonist of the show, played by Cheng himself.

Base on the last Ting Hai effect is on 2009 from March to April. The market drop about 100 point, however after the effect, the share market move up sky high till end of the year. So hopefully same thing will happen this year.

For me, if QE3 launch on 2H2012, share market up sky high will be likely. 


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