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Anglo American.....Approaching long term trend line 03 Jul 2017 09:07 #1

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This ones currently at the top of the channel. Only worth going long if this can breakout past the 123 low formation at 1066. Otherwise ranged bound within channel. So one to watch :lol:


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Anglo American.....Approaching long term trend line 28 Feb 2017 10:58 #2

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This one is getting close to its long term up trend line.
Im looking at going long on a first attempt of this trend line . So on my watch list. :)
Will be using a tight stop as well.


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Anglo American.....how much more? 03 Feb 2015 09:32 #3

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Beat you to it! lol :P
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Anglo American 123 low Breakout 03 Feb 2015 09:30 #4

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I was just getting the chart ready to post when I saw yours Ronnie! :)

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Anglo American 123 low Breakout 03 Feb 2015 09:19 #5

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Very close to resistance, possible 123 low breakout

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Anglo American.....At support 09 Dec 2014 14:59 #6

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Long legged doji right at support.
This is from this weeks share tips.


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Anglo American.....how much more? 10 Nov 2014 09:16 #7

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Possible 123 low breakout...from share tips.

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Anglo American.....how much more? 23 Jul 2014 09:12 #8

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follw up chart

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Anglo American.....how much more? 16 Jul 2014 10:27 #9

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This is a free trade :) B)

Closed half and for the rest SL moved to above B/E

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Anglo American 14 Jul 2014 11:51 #10

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Long @1500
SL below 1464

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Anglo American.....how much more? 13 May 2014 09:38 #11

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Thanks for this one Remo, I have just left the party with a nice profit.
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Anglo American.....how much more? 09 May 2014 08:50 #12

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Hi woody
With any stop it has to go below a known support level.There is no point in placing a stop any where else.,
In the case of this share my stop is below 1505.
So my risk is 90 points so trade is adjusted to suit

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Anglo American.....how much more? 08 May 2014 16:25 #13

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Where does the stop go with a Cup & Handle?
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Anglo American 08 May 2014 15:32 #14

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Ive been long on this for a while now, but this looks like its getting ready for a real breakout.
Cup and handle formation.


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Anglo American 24 Apr 2014 15:59 #15

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I had 1551 as a possible entry if the pivot failed. Thanks.
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Anglo American 24 Apr 2014 15:56 #16

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its pulled back a lot now... :angry: :angry:
My stops is below the nearest support so once that gets taken out then its a false breakout.
Ive got another order to open today at the gap fill which is 1551....
so risky but thats the game.
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Anglo American 24 Apr 2014 15:00 #17

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Remo, with the AAL trade having pulled back from the break, do you still consider it a long trade? If it is still a runner, at what point would you classify it as a false breakout to the upside?
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Anglo American 24 Apr 2014 11:31 #18

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Makes absolute sense. I work on those principles. Just wondered if you'd entered on the gap. SMIN worked better with the initial break coming during trading hours. I closed on a limit at 1300 and am waiting to see what happens around here. I assume you're hoping for more from the SMIN trade?
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Anglo American 24 Apr 2014 11:14 #19

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Im long from the breakout point.
its a big stop but thats normal with large price shares . You have to lower your pounds per point.
for example...
Risk £200
if you normally traded £10 a point.....stop would be 20 points
then for this you maybe trading £2 a point.......stop would be 100 points.
so your rsik stays the same as any other trade. :) :)
so its not really hairy as you should be adjusting your risk accordingly....
This is where most people go wrong with trading i suspect. They keep the same trades with every thing.
You have to adjust and use the 2% rule.
hope that makes sense
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Long from where Remo? The Break or were you in before the gap up today. That's a hairy stop if you've entered around 1590-1595
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Long from where Remo? The Break or were you in before the gap up today. That's a hairy stop if you've entered around 1590-1595
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Anglo American 24 Apr 2014 10:07 #21

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Im long on this ;)
My stops are below the nearest support so thats below 1504. The stop distance is far for this share so positions should be adjusted for risk reward.
Cup and handle formation breakout??? Hopefully :P


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Anglo American 02 Apr 2014 14:52 #22

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Anglo American 28 Feb 2014 18:28 #23

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Long today @ 1516
SL below 1496

trendline bounce
hidden divergence on MACD
123 low breakout on 1H
HH and HL on todays candle


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Anglo American 23 Jan 2014 13:20 #24

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bounced off 1342 twice
1342 is also a previous high
Bullish engulfing candle

Long @ 1398
SL below 1342

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Anglo American.....how much more? 27 Dec 2013 11:28 #25

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Possible 123 low breakout. :cheer:
From this weeks share tips so just a heads up.
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Anglo American.....how much more? 06 Dec 2013 11:11 #26

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Theres a good chance of a possible double bottom on this as well. ;) ;)

double bottom is at 1195
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Anglo American.....how much more? 06 Dec 2013 07:54 #27

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There is a chance - ok, it's a small chance - this is about to break the trend-line and head north....
Excuse the Elliott's: it's there for my benefit and I'm well aware it's open to dispute :P
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Anglo American.....how much more? 20 Sep 2013 15:33 #28

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This trade is only valid for today only.
At the end of today i will be cancelling the order .
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Anglo American.....how much more? 20 Sep 2013 13:28 #29

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This is filling the gap nicely ;)
Im planning on going long at the gap fill(1579) and trend line(1576) on a first attempt basis.
since both are so close together ,there should be a natural support.
Im going to use a 30 point stop on this so as the stops are below the next support at 1555.
This is a first attempt trade.
This is a new trade . Ive already closed my positions from the other day as closed most of it near the resistance.



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There is risk attached to this trade due to the fact that it only bounced a few days ago. so be aware.
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Anglo American.....how much more? 19 Sep 2013 16:10 #30

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Nice move on this today...This should be a free trade now. B) B)


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Anglo American.....how much more? 17 Sep 2013 18:12 #31

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Hi Remo,


Agreed, the chart attached doesn't have anything noteworthy to suggest the levels given.

Here's the link:


There's a table pointing towards supports and resistances, but even then, there's just a bit of info.

Personally, although I love the miners, I still can't get past not liking Anglo-American enough to trade it. I don't know why. I just get the feeling I'd get caught on the wrong side of a trade I suppose!

Off/Topic: I was actually thinking about city analysts the other day. Even if the institutions lost money through bad trades, so what right? Unless its a London Whale, it is pretty much business as usual. Worse case, the tax payer will bail them out if they wreck the bank! :woohoo:

Back to the original T/A - I'm just the messenger in this instance :P and to be fair, some T/A (such as UBS) is quite good :evil:


Regarding some of your buddies in the city, we might actually know a few in common (a couple in Swiss bank, one in a German one, and a couple for a Japanese one) - all useless as tits on a bull... nah, scrap that! Maybe a bit harsh! :lol:

Still, they all complain about struggling to pay their £18k per month mortgages on their second homes in London. Yeah, life's just not fair eh? :P
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Anglo American.....how much more? 17 Sep 2013 17:50 #32

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Libero wrote:
Hi Ronnie,

Whilst checking out some Covered Warrants, I noted Soc Gen's take on A-A:

STRATEGY
Below 1780.65 p GBP ANGLO AMERICAN is evolving toward 1449.62 p GBP over the short term. The clearing of 1780.65 p GBP would invalidate this opinion and open the door for 1827.94 p GBP.

SUMMARY
The MACD is positive but lower than its signal line. The dynamic in progress has been interrupted. If the MACD were to turn negative, the price correction could continue. Powerful indicators like the RSI, are not giving us any particular indications in the short term. The Stochastics indicators are not giving any clear signals for the coming days. The volumes traded are more than the average volumes over the last 10 days.

MOVEMENTS AND LEVELS
The stock is positioned to the upside. It is above its 50-day moving average. The position of the 20-day moving average (higher than the 50-day moving average) means that this stock is reliable in the medium term. The first buy levels are on the supports situated at 1449.62 p GBP, then at 1402.33 p GBP; only the resistances, placed at 1733.36 p GBP, then at 1780.65 p GBP, could contain the prices.

I'm firmly on the fence with this one!

Hi libero
I cant see where they get there supports or resistances from????? totally lost :huh: :huh: :ohmy: :ohmy:
and there strategy seems flawed to me :P :P
They could miss out on a lot of trades. :unsure: :unsure: There must be a better reason for it.
This is another reason why i never trust institutional TA....
Ive got friends that work for top banks and the way they get there people is based on exam results.Not through experience...lol...They also go for a lot of students from top uni.
Its a shame i cant name these firms (dont want to get my friends in trouble) needless to say some of them are investment managers from the top companies.
The point of the above is actually not related to the thread......It seems nowadays firms would rather go for students over experience.

Thanks mate for that...its always good to have other view points. It would have been nice if they explained themselves a bit. Im still lost....Does anyone else have any ideas about there levels...???
I may be missing things :huh:
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Anglo American.....how much more? 17 Sep 2013 16:20 #33

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Hi Ronnie,

Whilst checking out some Covered Warrants, I noted Soc Gen's take on A-A:

STRATEGY
Below 1780.65 p GBP ANGLO AMERICAN is evolving toward 1449.62 p GBP over the short term. The clearing of 1780.65 p GBP would invalidate this opinion and open the door for 1827.94 p GBP.

SUMMARY
The MACD is positive but lower than its signal line. The dynamic in progress has been interrupted. If the MACD were to turn negative, the price correction could continue. Powerful indicators like the RSI, are not giving us any particular indications in the short term. The Stochastics indicators are not giving any clear signals for the coming days. The volumes traded are more than the average volumes over the last 10 days.

MOVEMENTS AND LEVELS
The stock is positioned to the upside. It is above its 50-day moving average. The position of the 20-day moving average (higher than the 50-day moving average) means that this stock is reliable in the medium term. The first buy levels are on the supports situated at 1449.62 p GBP, then at 1402.33 p GBP; only the resistances, placed at 1733.36 p GBP, then at 1780.65 p GBP, could contain the prices.

I'm firmly on the fence with this one!
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Anglo American.....how much more? 17 Sep 2013 09:28 #34

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This is right near the trend-line, will it bounce?




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AAL - Missing post? 15 May 2013 21:48 #35

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Looks like my last chart was a little presumptious: what I was calling a possible wave 1 and 2 turn out to be a completion of waves iv and v and there's no guarantee this is the bottom.....so, wait and see and stop guessing :unsure:
One ray of sunshine - divergence on the RSI ;)
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Having looked a little closer I see the low of 2/5/13 was a little lower than 18/4/13 ..... just; so this chart shows one possibility for coding the recent wave. Let's see what happens next week regarding the possible trade??
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AAL - Missing post? 10 May 2013 16:04 #37

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Ha! Ha! Well, it sure didn't bounce today :)
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Sorry buys: been a bit busy all morning. Here's the chart....



I thought it had promise.....
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AAL - Missing post? 10 May 2013 09:25 #39

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yup - cant see my response to diver's post - looks a good setup though. hopefully diver will repost it.
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AAL - Missing post? 10 May 2013 09:12 #40

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Libero wrote:
Hi Remo,

This might be a site related issue, but I thought I'd mention it here in case anyone else noticed it too...

Last night I saw an excellent chart posted by Diver on AAL. It seems to have totally disappeared this morning though.

A 'trail' still shows hints of the posts (I think WaveRider might have posted soon after) - both these posts have vanished.

Is the site undergoing any archiving or maintenance going on?

Cheers!

Hi libero
I tried to move the post into this thread as it was posted in the wrong section and in doing so my connection dropped and I seem to have lost the post. :sick: :sick: I've been trying to find it but seem to have lost it.
I'm hoping that diver re-post it. If your reading this mate sorry for losing your post :sick: :sick: any chance you could re-post this.
Thanks for bringing this up. :)
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Hi Remo,

This might be a site related issue, but I thought I'd mention it here in case anyone else noticed it too...

Last night I saw an excellent chart posted by Diver on AAL. It seems to have totally disappeared this morning though.

A 'trail' still shows hints of the posts (I think WaveRider might have posted soon after) - both these posts have vanished.

Is the site undergoing any archiving or maintenance going on?

Cheers!
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AAL - Anglo American Plc 21 Apr 2013 18:21 #42

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AALdaily19_04_13.gif


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Gapped up from 1540 support (this was from ages ago) on a bullish divergence and a short term RSI breakout. Could be worth a long at the 1562p gap with a stop below 1540p
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Anglo American.....how much more? 26 Mar 2013 10:54 #43

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This just tested the trend line break. Im short on this with stops above yesterdays high so small risk.
This is from the interesting chart section ;)
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Anglo American.....how much more? 07 Dec 2012 08:10 #44

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Anglo American.....how much more? 15 Nov 2012 10:24 #45

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Ok thanks Remo.

But looking at the charts, i saw a head and shoudlers in BLT,RIO,KAZ,XTA as well? Perhaps to the untrained eyes, these aren't head and shoulders?

Thats why i said about revisting lows.
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Anglo American.....how much more? 15 Nov 2012 10:05 #46

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longterm_view wrote:
If £10 is possible for anglo american, does this mean we could be looking at 2009 lows again for BLT, RIO, XTA, KAZ? I realise they are all different companies but the same sector?

This isn't a fundemental question ;) .

I will be looking at all of them in the morning, bit of work first! :whistle:




Every chart is different.
I only saw a head and shoulder formation on Anglo so could not say how low the others can go
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Anglo American..other Mining Charts 15 Nov 2012 08:12 #47

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Had a quick look this morning at the mining charts.

It seems only Anglo American has fallen below its weekly uptrendline.

All the rest, ved,xta,blt,rio,anto,kaz are above it.

Please see the attachched graphs.

dl.dropbox.com/u/21384991/Anglo%20Americ...0Plc%20%28DFB%29.png

dl.dropbox.com/u/21384991/Antofagasta%20Plc%20%28DFB%29.png

dl.dropbox.com/u/21384991/BHP%20Billiton...E%29%20%28DFB%29.png

dl.dropbox.com/u/21384991/Kazakhmys%20Plc%20%28DFB%29.png

dl.dropbox.com/u/21384991/Rio%20Tinto%20Plc%20%28DFB%29.png

dl.dropbox.com/u/21384991/Vedanta%20Reso...0Plc%20%28DFB%29.png

dl.dropbox.com/u/21384991/Xstrata%20Plc%20%28DFB%29.png

Kaz looks like it could test the uptrandline at 595 and theres a gap on the daily at 596-605. Possibly one to watch.
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Anglo American.....how much more? 14 Nov 2012 22:24 #48

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If £10 is possible for anglo american, does this mean we could be looking at 2009 lows again for BLT, RIO, XTA, KAZ? I realise they are all different companies but the same sector?

This isn't a fundemental question ;) .

I will be looking at all of them in the morning, bit of work first! :whistle:
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Anglo American.....how much more? 14 Nov 2012 21:47 #49

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Theres a head and shoulders on this chart as well....

looking at your chart it looks like £10 is possible on anglo american.....
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Anglo American.....how much more? 14 Nov 2012 21:17 #50

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I have been watching AAL for some time and it seems like it has seen some proper knock.

How low can this go?

I have attached the weekly charts for some clue - although its proving tricky.
dl.dropbox.com/u/4385922/anglo_AAL.png

I have 980ish for BG which is also in the equation.
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