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FTSE 100 19 Jun 2020 11:30 #1

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FTSE 100 03 Jun 2020 22:49 #2

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If there meant to be a correction it should happen about now imo, nasdaq is at at top again, sp500 and dax at 76% fib line, also 5 waves move can be seen across markets,I just don't know what a degree of this move is.



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FTSE 100 03 Jun 2020 21:17 #3

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Trendfriend wrote:
Target hit Libero....good call.

You've played these markets well....you kept an open mind which was a good thing....well done and good on you!

i was too busy being a uber bear :whistle: and in hindsight i have to say...got it completely wrong.

To be fair(gonna blow my own trumpet here) i did call the Dow down to the low 18,000 quite early on....
the strength of that move made me think it would go lower.... :pinch:

Anyway it is what it is....and as they say "the market is always right"...

good luck everyone...whichever way you see these markets...stay lucky and keep well...

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You flatter me as always TF, and while I'm grateful to you for your kind remarks and great charts, I don't derserve it. :(

The scalping - the fear of holding anything for sustained period - is just too intense, and it simply fuels mistrust in everything. :unsure:

Who is driving this market - really? it can't be you and me, Remo etc... it's gotta be the super powerful and super rich - if this is how it is, why should i trust them? :S

Sorry, I know it opens up a wider topic, so I'll not go there, but this is why I don't buy and hold. I don't trust these people. :pinch:

Buying and holding is POG, GKP, Deutche Bank etc.... Buying and holding is Enron etc... I don't want it. :angry: These markets are nasty and rigged, excuse me, have had "interventions".

So, it means that i have to duck and dive for a few pennies here and there - which isn't good for the health either, surely!

You've made some terrific calls yourself TF - and 18,000 was just too good - please don't stop!

Now, I think with this sort of eurphoria (see attached), we'll see a good retracement, don't know when - that's something for Remo, WaveSurfter, MadMaxx and the gang to help us with!

speaking of holding - The only shares I still hold are GKP a £5k investment now worth less than £200. Not complaining at all believe me. I'm going to cash out and offset CGT.

Lastly, if like me, any of you good people made a trading error, then let me refer you to an excerpt from Stan Drunkenmiller:

"What did i learn? I didn't learn anything - I already knew that I wasn't supposed to do that (make a bad trade) - I was just and emotional basketcase and couldn't help myself. So, maybe I learnt not to do it again, but I already knew that"


Wishing you all good health, and don't be strangers; Remo set up a great board here for us! :cheer:
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FTSE 100 03 Jun 2020 20:58 #4

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Target hit Libero....good call.

You've played these markets well....you kept an open mind which was a good thing....well done and good on you!

i was too busy being a uber bear :whistle: and in hindsight i have to say...got it completely wrong.

To be fair(gonna blow my own trumpet here) i did call the Dow down to the low 18,000 quite early on....
the strength of that move made me think it would go lower.... :pinch:

Anyway it is what it is....and as they say "the market is always right"...

good luck everyone...whichever way you see these markets...stay lucky and keep well...

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FTSE 100 03 Jun 2020 15:34 #5

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6375 as I type.

This is hitting the 6400 target sooner than I had expected!

(and no, beyond a scalp, nothing I can write home about. damn!)
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FTSE 100 03 Jun 2020 09:40 #6

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Hey Folks,

Well, nothing but the gap to negotiate all the way to 6400 in the first instance by the looks of things.

Obviously the usual disclosures apply - including a strong sterling which might cause a stall.

Scalps aside, I'll not enter until (if it comes obviously!) it retests 6239 and depending on how strong the bounce from there will be.

As ever, please safe, and please don't stop your expert contributions! (Remo, WaveSurfer, TF - that means you!) :woohoo:


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FTSE 100 14 May 2020 09:19 #7

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ftse - daily
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...slEhYie4Bs4wS%2FA%3D

This looks like its coming down with quickly now the momentum does look like its shifted. first real test around 5650/5600...

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ftse - daily
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...baldVTsgIhKsW%2F0%3D

getting very close to breaking below the t/line and the rsi t/line.

ftse - daily...these are the key numbers if the support breaks down.
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...zeyNPIcPVedDxvE4A%3D

still holding the trendline....so it could still bounce...if it does break below :oops:

for the dax the key support looks like 10250 area.... ;)
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FTSE 100 15 Apr 2020 23:23 #9

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ftse-daily.
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...Nnv3%2FOI7fBA%2FI%3D

is that a bear flag? has it already broken down? what is that rsi looking like? will the rsi hold support tomorrow?

i think we could well see 5000 here again imho... ;) lets see...

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FTSE 100 09 Apr 2020 12:29 #10

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Libero wrote:
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Bit of news:
FTSE 100 jumps as Bank of England takes extraordinary measures

The Bank of England will expand an overdraft-like facility used by the UK government during the coronavirus pandemic, suggesting that it will directly fund additional spending during the crisis.

The increase in the size of the facility, which has not been used to any great degree since the 2008 financial crisis, has not been disclosed. It usually allows the government to borrow £400m.

thanks Paitech...
Is that not Zimbabwe style money printing?? :ohmy: :whistle:

ftse - weekly.
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...S/lEwrxJYLOiSO3Hh+I=

doesn't that look like a bear flag on the weekly?? :pinch:

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It defo looks like a bear flag to me! and the BoE / Tres decisions defo look like Zimbabawe (or any developing nation's) actions to me too in fairnes..

The markets see what they want see - until the big reveal.

At the start of the 2007-09 crisis, the SPX dropped a massive amount, only to rally back hard. and then, it dropped again.

Anything is possible.


Have a look at these. :whistle:

S&P 500. 2008/2009, after drop, rallied 27.26%. Then turned and made a new lower low.
S&P 500. 2020, after drop, it's rallied 27.12%

Interesting. ;)
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FTSE 100 09 Apr 2020 11:49 #11

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Trendfriend wrote:
Paitech wrote:
Bit of news:
FTSE 100 jumps as Bank of England takes extraordinary measures

The Bank of England will expand an overdraft-like facility used by the UK government during the coronavirus pandemic, suggesting that it will directly fund additional spending during the crisis.

The increase in the size of the facility, which has not been used to any great degree since the 2008 financial crisis, has not been disclosed. It usually allows the government to borrow £400m.

thanks Paitech...
Is that not Zimbabwe style money printing?? :ohmy: :whistle:

ftse - weekly.
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...S/lEwrxJYLOiSO3Hh+I=

doesn't that look like a bear flag on the weekly?? :pinch:

atb, wdik, dyor,
trendfriend :)

It defo looks like a bear flag to me! and the BoE / Tres decisions defo look like Zimbabawe (or any developing nation's) actions to me too in fairnes..

The markets see what they want see - until the big reveal.

At the start of the 2007-09 crisis, the SPX dropped a massive amount, only to rally back hard. and then, it dropped again.

Anything is possible.
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FTSE 100 09 Apr 2020 10:15 #12

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Paitech wrote:
Bit of news:
FTSE 100 jumps as Bank of England takes extraordinary measures

The Bank of England will expand an overdraft-like facility used by the UK government during the coronavirus pandemic, suggesting that it will directly fund additional spending during the crisis.

The increase in the size of the facility, which has not been used to any great degree since the 2008 financial crisis, has not been disclosed. It usually allows the government to borrow £400m.

thanks Paitech...
Is that not Zimbabwe style money printing?? :ohmy: :whistle:

ftse - weekly.
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...S/lEwrxJYLOiSO3Hh+I=

doesn't that look like a bear flag on the weekly?? :pinch:

atb, wdik, dyor,
trendfriend :)
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FTSE 100 09 Apr 2020 08:50 #13

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Bit of news:
FTSE 100 jumps as Bank of England takes extraordinary measures

The Bank of England will expand an overdraft-like facility used by the UK government during the coronavirus pandemic, suggesting that it will directly fund additional spending during the crisis.

The increase in the size of the facility, which has not been used to any great degree since the 2008 financial crisis, has not been disclosed. It usually allows the government to borrow £400m.
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FTSE 100 08 Apr 2020 13:52 #14

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Haha - I meant that my son could draw a better C&H than mine :-)

Thanks for the welcome back. When I have to go back to the office I'll probably not have time again but while the lockdown lasts.... :-)
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FTSE 100 08 Apr 2020 12:21 #15

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Jackozy wrote:
I meant on the hourly Libero:

FTSE100_20200408_12.02CH.png

:cheer: :cheer: :cheer:

give me a brake brother! :cheer: I'm trying to do about ten things at the same time when i did that!

(also, surely the daily looks like a C&H? :dry: )

Be Well, and Glad you're Back (we need WS and RedChilli, CT79 and we'll be back trading by the minute!)
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FTSE 100 08 Apr 2020 12:06 #16

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I meant on the hourly Libero:

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FTSE 100 08 Apr 2020 11:55 #17

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Jackozy wrote:
There's a potential cup and handle formation on the FTSE hourly (sorry, don't have a chart). The cup has a range of 5350 to 5780. handle potentially forming from yesterday's high of 5782.

Cheers Jackozy, and let me pay it forward (chart attached - with a badly drawn cup and handle - but folks will get it!)

Be Safe.

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There's a potential cup and handle formation on the FTSE hourly (sorry, don't have a chart). The cup has a range of 5350 to 5780. handle potentially forming from yesterday's high of 5782.
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FTSE 100 07 Apr 2020 09:06 #19

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Downtrend breakout occurred and was backtested yesterday:

FTSEDaily06_04_20.png

I have the 123 low breakout level at 5789 on the cash chart - it's hit 5782 this morning.

Gap resistance at 6450; 61.8% Fib of the drop at 6510.
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FTSE 100 07 Apr 2020 08:21 #20

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I'm going to short at 5830 if it comes.



This is a VERY RISKY intra-day trade.

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(please do your own research)
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FTSE 100 02 Apr 2020 13:02 #21

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trendline seems ok here for 5min intraday trades...

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FTSE 100 25 Mar 2020 11:28 #22

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This turned quickly


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FTSE 100 Leading the way (down) 16 Mar 2020 21:13 #23

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I remember a discussion years back where it was posited that the entire FTSE move from the 2007 high was actually a correction to the previous uptrend from the late 1970s or longer, even if it made a new high.

The FTSE always looks to be in a separate pattern than the US indices. Not saying that's the case but the US indices have just closed below the 38.2% Fib whereas as Remo points out, the FTSE closed below its 61.8% Fib.

On a separate note, has anyone noticed how similar Bitcoin's chart is to the GKP chart back in the day before it's price got re-baselined?

Bond/equity cycle change in play despite almost zero % interest rates?
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FTSE 100 Leading the way (down) 16 Mar 2020 10:00 #24

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remo wrote:
You aint gonna believe this....
The ftse 100 has gone past 61.8 fib level with ease and this should have been the bottom of the bear market yet it hit this in one month....
Obviously bear markets last around 6 months and yet this has hit the level in under 1 month....

Well Remo, you did say (more than once!) that this market will offer us some lovely discounts (maybe not of a life time, but in over a decade or even generation perhaps!) - and it's happening, albeit, at a higher tempo, and during bad times sadly.

If we can get through this - maybe society will reflect and change things - and we'll have some change in our own pockets too!
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FTSE 100 Leading the way (down) 16 Mar 2020 09:20 #25

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You aint gonna believe this....
The ftse 100 has gone past 61.8 fib level with ease and this should have been the bottom of the bear market yet it hit this in one month....
Obviously bear markets last around 6 months and yet this has hit the level in under 1 month....So it looks like a full retracement of the previous bull market is happening as 61.8 fib should have held so now the target is going to be 3500.....
Next support is at 4790 and once that goes the next level of support will be 3500...


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ftse - daily
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...n7cyrzqGJJPN+tu13H8=

key 6000 level failed...
key 5500 level failed and retested...

4000 door opened...now much more than just a distinct possibility imvho... oh dear! :sick:

right off to work...(and yes... i do have a job!)

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ftse - daily.
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...UaXHNV9Ma3G78rj8Q%3D

below 5500 opens up 4250....
crazy markets...more pain to come for bulls imvho..

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It seems to.

RDSB, which I was looking at £12.25, is now £10.60.

Is this Armageddon.

Is Shell going under £10?
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Did the FTSE really give up a *SIX* percent gain - in a single session?

:woohoo:

Madness!
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ftse - daily
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...gfodKWBExvW+QqKg3U4=

look at the rsi on the ftse....its on about 11 out of a 100 currently... :ohmy:
unprecedented imvho...

dax - daily.
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...KSR1TBfyC6RQvrHVo%3D

even worse here...
we should get a bounce surely...then next leg down?

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Yesterday saw this close below the main uptrend support from the 2009 low. Today saw a perfect backtest of that break. 5252 and 5025 next downside targets.

I imagine there are going to be some interesting point and figure targets either already triggered or to be set when we get upward corrections - has anyone had a look?


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ftse - weekly
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...7dU5RFTpQDphrzTIho4=

long term view....this should at the very least drop to the key 6000 level....
if that fails....could this be heading to 4000 again which is around the 2009 support?? :evil: :ohmy:

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FTSE 100 Leading the way 28 Feb 2020 10:06 #33

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This is a first ...lol...





You can see the main trend line broken which starts at the 2009 low....





The dow has a long way to go before getting to the same trend line...which is around 21000 points
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FTSE 100 back testing breakout point 08 Dec 2018 00:13 #34

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worked out perfectly. This should be a free trade now. currently 70 points in profit.


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FTSE 100 back testing breakout point 07 Dec 2018 15:14 #35

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This is currently back testing its breakout point.
maybe worth a short with a tight stop . im using 40 points.




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ftse- daily.
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...xm5ZiJGu4Lf4RNNCkcQ=

key, key level 200 day ema line on the weekly chart....at 7036 (today)

A end of week close below, is highly suggestive of a longer term much broader p/b imvho....
how low....lets see if that levels holds or fails by tomorrow...

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possible 123 high formation?
This has also broke strong supports so this could be heading towards the 200ema.


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FTSE 100 23 Jan 2017 08:48 #38

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Short term bearish. Gap close this morning but plenty of support below. RSI breakdown today? Close below 7097 should give 7017 and a much needed retrace before new highs.
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ftse weekly.
uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=chartscreenshotsh...hxPEooq0p/zx+aCRUXo=

certianly is bullish, 10,000 at soem point looks inevitable.

i think this is in this broadening triangle, which is giving a best case target of a tad over 9000 by year end.
6200 being line in the sand.

Buying the dips certianly looks like a no brainer imvho.

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A close above 7123 today will open up a target of .....10K!!! :woohoo:

FTSE 100 looks super bullish!


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