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LLOY - 123 low breakout 09 Apr 2017 12:51 #1

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Hi Paitech,

Purely from a technical perspective, i don't see any reason to be long here atm imvho......

This has gapped down below the 200 day ema line(on the daily), which could be a sign of longer term weakness here,it could be a bear trap move below the 200 day line, so at the very least buyers should wait for a few days close above that line at 64p.

imvho, i think this should continue lower possibly to the main trendline at 55p, failure could see a move the weekly trend channel target of sub 40p getting hit.
A weekly close above 64p and 66p would delay, or even cancel the bear argument.

atb, wdik, dyor,
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lloyds weekly.
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LLOY - 123 low breakout 07 Apr 2017 09:52 #2

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Hi All,
I am looking to buy LLOY in ISA for long term.
Any suggestions would be welcome.
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LLOY - 123 low breakout 25 Aug 2016 17:29 #3

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Possible 123 low breakout recently. Worth a long from back test of breakout with stops below 2 point.


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LLOY - Breaking out of range? 28 Oct 2015 13:30 #4

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Seems its in a right place to buy it?
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LLOY - Breaking out of range? 24 Oct 2015 07:30 #5

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www.fool.co.uk/investing/2015/10/22/shou...-spring-share-offer/

"I’ve suggested Lloyds is good value today at 76p, but will you get even better value for money in the retail share offer?

What we know of the offer so far is:

“It is the government’s intention to fully exit from its Lloyds shareholding in the coming months, and as part of this at least £2bn of shares will be sold to retail investors. Members of the public will be offered a discount of 5% of the market price, with a bonus share for every 10 shares for those who hold their investment for more than a year. The value of the bonus share incentive will be capped at £200 per investor. People applying for investments of less than £1,000 will be prioritised”.

If you bought £1,000 worth of Lloyds’ shares today at 76p (and ignoring transaction costs), you’d be the owner of 1,316 shares.

But, if the shares are still 76p next spring, the 5% discount would give you an effective buy price of 72.2p. Your £1,000 would bag you 1,385 shares. Then, if you held for a year, you’d get your 1 bonus share for every 10, so an extra 138 shares. The bonus cap of £200 would be unlikely to reduce your 138 shares, because Lloyds would have to be trading at 145p come bonus time for that to happen, which seems a bit of a stretch.

So, buying today at 76p would give you 1,316 shares, but buying in the spring offer — if the market share price remained 76p — would net you 1,523 shares, including the bonus shares if you held for a year.

However, Lloyds’ shares are currently well below their year high. How would you do waiting for the spring offer, if the shares were back to their 89p high? Well, the 5% discount would give you an effective buy price of 84.55p, and your £1,000 would bag you 1,183 shares. The 1 bonus share for every 10 after a year would take you to 1,301 shares … which is not much less than the 1,316 shares you’d get at 76p in the market today (and that excludes transaction costs).

In short, then, it would appear to be worth waiting for the share offer, unless you are convinced Lloyds’ shares are going to be 90p+ come the spring."
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LLOY - Breaking out of range? 23 Oct 2015 21:42 #6

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Looks like LLOY is breaking out of range...

Is anyone taking up the GOVT offer or submitted? many posts saying target of 134p for LLOY?

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LLOY - Lloyds grp 28 Sep 2015 12:40 #7

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Thank you for your comment F4T

Didn't think it was valid upon further reflection.
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LLOY - Lloyds grp 28 Sep 2015 10:51 #8

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With the 3 white soldiers there are no gaps up (i.e. bodies cross but incrementally higher). Wicks are unimportant. If correct, stop would be low of third candle.

If there had been another gap up today similar to last two (there wasn't), you would have 3 gaps up (reversal) pattern. This is a very bearish as indicates move exhaustion.
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LLOY - Lloyds grp 27 Sep 2015 20:06 #9

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Don't think this is a valid pattern as the wicks/shadows invalidate it, although very close. Shame as it viewed as quite a strong bullish reversal pattern.

If it was valid I presume stop would be at lower end of 3rd candle
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LLOY - Lloyds grp 27 Sep 2015 15:51 #10

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Three white soldiers here with RSI divergence and a MACD divergence with a move above support.

Chart looking bullish to me but to be honest not too sure of entry and stop levels so any comments would be welcome.

Any views/comments?



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