Jaycee de Guzman - CEO Equilyst Analytics

I am Jaycee De Guzman, the founder and CEO of Equilyst Analytics, Inc.

I’ve been in the stock market since 2001.

I created my proprietary Evergreen Strategy in Trading and Investing in the Philippine Stock Market so we can trade independently and invest profitably with regard to our individual financial DNA.

By financial DNA, I am referring to YOUR financial goals, YOUR risk tolerance, and YOUR investment horizon. Notice the emphasis on the pronoun I used.

I know your fears in stock trading and investing. You are afraid that you might lose all your money in the stock market. You’re afraid that you might buy the wrong stock. You are afraid that you might sell too early or too late. You are afraid that you might hold your position in a stock for the wrong reasons. You are worried about a lot of things because your hard-earned money is at stake.

Don’t be surprised if I know you so well. I had the exact same worries that you have. I didn’t have a mentor. I’m the first person in my kin to trade and invest in the Philippine stock market. In 2001, there were very few websites that talked about Philippine stocks as examples. Although I didn’t major in finance in college, my experience and training as a computer scientist helped me develop my evergreen strategy.

My Evergreen Strategy in Trading and Investing in the Philippine Stock Market is purely technical analysis. I don’t need fundamental analysis. While my strategy is based on technical analysis, know that this is not the common technical analysis everyone knows. This explains why the subtitle of my Evergreen Strategy is “LEARN WHAT’S NOT ON GOOGLE”.

My evergreen strategy in trading and investing in the Philippine stock market may sound strange, but it’s easy to follow. We’ll only have to check colors and see if a number is greater than or less than another number. Colors. Mathematical symbols. Very elementary, isn’t it?

I’ve already taught thousands of traders and investors all over the Philippines. I recently did a seminar caravan in Manila, Makati, Baguio, Tarlac, Pampanga, Cavite, Cebu, Davao, and Iloilo. Through the internet, I’ve been able to teach thousands of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and foreign investors in the United States of America, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, France, Qatar, Japan, Canada, Hong Kong, and more. Take a look at some of the photos below.


I’ll teach you the following lessons in this video-on-demand version of my Evergreen Strategy in Trading and Investing in the Philippine Stock Market seminar.

  • Lesson 1: how to find the stocks that you should add in your watchlist
  • Lesson 2: how to check if the current trend is more than likely to continue
  • Lesson 3: how to know the true market sentiment
  • Lesson 4: how to identify a confirmed buy signal
  • Lesson 5: how to identify the best price range to trade
  • Lesson 6: how to sell more logically and less emotionally

Here’s a sneak preview of what you’re about to learn in each lesson.


Estimated Length of the Video: 15 to 30 minutes

I suggest that you monitor a maximum of five (5) stocks in your watchlist only. It’s the realistic number of stocks that you can truly monitor with focus.

In the first lesson, I’ll show you the steps on how to find 3 to 5 candidate stocks for your watchlist.

There’s almost 300 stocks listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange. Do you have the time to check each one of them?

Do you have the skills to know what to check, how to check, and where to find whatever you need to check?

Don’t worry. I will teach you my logical, methodical, and efficient approach in filtering stocks.

I will show you what you need to check, where to find what you need to check, when you should repeat the process, why you should do this process, and how you should check.

By the end of the first lesson, you will have stocks that are candidates for inclusion in your watchlist.


Estimated Length of the Video: 15 to 30 minutes

So, how many stocks did you get after doing the first lesson?

It’s time to check which among those stocks have a downtrend or uptrend that is more than likely to continue.

If the stock went up yesterday or today, it doesn’t mean you should buy it right away. You must know how likely it will continue to move upward. You do not want to enter a new position in a stock that has shown signs of a weakening upward momentum. You don’t want to see yourself buying when the rest is already preparing to sell.

In the same way, don’t buy the dips just because the stock went down yesterday or today. Stop brainwashing yourself into thinking that any stock that dives is too cheap to ignore. If a stock is in a downtrend and sellers show no signs of exhaustion, the share price could still get cheaper.

It is important to know if the downtrend of a stock is about to reverse so you can ready yourself for a new entry. In the same way, you need to know if the uptrend still has more gas to continue so you can top up or add more shares.

It’s better to add more shares in a stock that is more than likely to continue to move up than to buy more shares of a stock that is consistently being sold down by investors.

In the second lesson, I will teach you the steps so you will know if the uptrend or downtrend is more than likely to continue.


Estimated Length of the Video: 20 to 30 minutes

In this third lesson, I’ll teach you how to know the mood or true market sentiment of the top 10 players of any stock.

Let’s say you already have a position in a stock. Its share price is going down, but it’s alright because it’s still within your tolerable risk. Let me guess what you’d like to ask: “Sir, is there a way for me to know if there are big players who are buying the dips of my stock?”

After all, it makes sense to give your stock a chance to reverse its direction, especially if there are big investors who are aggressively buying the dips, doesn’t it?

On the other hand, you’re also thinking that you should sell before your trailing stop gets hit, especially if the majority of the big investors are not interested in buying the dips.

I’ll give you three scenarios so you can visualize why it’s important to know the mood or sentiment of the top 10 players of the stock.

Scenario 1: Let’s say your stock is still moving above your trailing stop. The Momentum Power Indicator is bullish. You want to top up but you saw a huge Net Foreign Selling. You’re half-hearted to continue your plan to top up even though the Momentum Power Indicator is bullish just because you saw that the foreign fundies are bearish. However, you saw that the True Market Sentiment is bullish. That means the majority of the top 10 brokers bought the dips. Doesn’t that give you the confidence to pursue your plan to top up?

Scenario 2: Let’s say the stock is still trading above your trailing stop. However, the Momentum Power Indicator is bearish. Now, you’re torn between selling before your trailing stop gets hit and doing nothing until your trailing stop gets hit. But you see that the True Market Sentiment is bullish. Doesn’t this give you the confidence to hold your position because you see that the majority of the top 10 brokers are still interested in buying the dips?

Scenario 3: The stock is still trading above your trailing stop. You see that the foreign investors registered a huge Net Foreign Buying. Now, you’re asking yourself, “Does it make sense for me to top up because the foreign investors are aggressively buying the dips EVEN IF the Momentum Power Indicator is bearish?” But seeing that the True Market Sentiment is bearish, you decided not to pursue the plan to mimic what the foreign fundies are doing. You realized that the foreign fundies can afford to buy the major dips because they have billions in their pocket. You realized you need not to hurry in buying the dips when the majority of the top 10 brokers are not even showing signs an interest to buy by a significant degree yet.

I know that some terminologies in the scenarios I gave may not be familiar to you (e.g. True Market Sentiment, Net Foreign Buying, trailing stop, etc), but I’ll discuss all of them in the video.


Estimated Length of the Video: 15 to 20 minutes

By now, you already know which among the stocks in your watchlist have a trend that is more than likely to continue to move up. On the other hand, let those stocks that are still busy moving down continue to move to the south until they show signs of reversals.

After going through the third lesson, you already know which among the stocks in your watchlist are being bought significantly by the majority of the 10 biggest players of the stocks.

Remember, it doesn’t make the stock buy-able just because its uptrend is more than likely to continue. Also, it’s not yet a confirmed buy signal just because the majority of the top 10 players of the stock are bullish. Know that an uptrend is not a single and straight upward-moving bar but bars that move up and down in an upward direction within the uptrend channel.

In this lesson, I will teach you how not to buy too early or too late. I will teach you what you need to check, where to find what you need to check, and how to interpret the results.


Estimated Length of the Video: 15 to 30 minutes

Some of the popular stock market services tell their clients, “It’s okay to buy the stock as long as its current price is moving below the Buy Below Price we gave you.”

That advice will do you more harm than good. If the downtrend is still more than likely to continue (remember the second lesson), why would you hurry in buying the stock? Isn’t it more logical to let the decided sellers reach an exhaustion level and show confirmed signs of reversal before you entertain the idea of topping up? Even if you regard yourself as a long-term investor, you should not buy a stock that is still busy digging a lower price.

I do not use a Buy Below Price. I know how to find the favorite price points (range) of traders. I know how to find the range where they go back and forth as trading happens.

Between the intraday high and intraday low, there is always a specific range that they frequently trade (their favorite spot). You will never find their favorite range using intraday charts.

If you’re only using a Buy Below Price, your best shot is only to find the lowest asking price in the ASK spread when buying. That’s why sometimes you hear yourself saying, “Oh shoot! I didn’t know it could go lower than the price where I bought.”

Because of that experience, you say, “Next time, I will be more STRATEGIC. I will park my buying price deeper than the lowest asking price I see on the ASK spread.” Unfortunately, it always ends up as an unsuccessful transaction.

Why? It’s because you wanted traders to sell you an X number of shares at P80.00 apiece when the stock’s intraday low is at P150.00. That may be an exaggerated example but I hope you got what I mean You became UNREALISTIC because of your desire to buy at the final intraday low.

As a result, you just keep on lining up your buy transactions but not a single transaction is executed because of your unrealistically-low target buying price.

You can be STRATEGIC but not at the expense of not being REALISTIC.

In the fifth lesson, I will teach you how to strategically and realistically find the best range where you should buy your stock.


Estimated Length of the Video: 20 to 30 minutes

The previous lessons will make you smart in buying stocks. I will not let it happen that I will leave you only as a smart buyer but not as a smart seller.

I don’t use a Target Selling Price. I don’t look for the Fair Value of fundamentalists on stocks.

I don’t sell when happy. I don’t sell the news.

“I sold too early. Now the stock is 20% higher than my selling price.”

“The price went up right after selling my shares at a loss!”

Are these regretful statements familiar to you?

Do you know anyone who said either of these regretful thoughts?

Do you always hear that person say that?


In the mirror? 🙂

I am happy to tell you that you will never see yourself saying any of those regretful thoughts in hindsight after learning the sixth lesson.

This sixth lesson is not about getting rid of your emotions. I have no plans of turning you into a robot.

As I teach you how to significantly increase the logic in your decisions, you’ll also master how to tame your emotion.



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