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  • Day's Range: 7,556.20 - 7,689.44
FTSE 100 7,682.27 +125.83 +1.67%

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moh farooq
moh farooq 23 hours ago
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where do we see this Monday...back into the downtrend?
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rusty largo Jun 22, 2018 16:37
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i wrote this earlier, just at the Opec announcement.....got voted down for a strange reason.........And with the deal from OPEC this means reserves from Saudi are dangerously short for emergencies, means  oil now go higher and higher and higher
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rusty largo Jun 22, 2018 17:37
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100 dollars a barrel within 30 days?...it could happen
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django mitchell Jun 22, 2018 16:54
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IG Index- sold at 7686- couldn't wait for 7700r.r.Bit of interest to be incurred over weekend for holding positionr.r.Hope Trump says something daft over weekend!
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Ians View Jun 22, 2018 16:38
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Unusual day. Large range for a Friday and didnt make its way back to the previous days close as I would have expected given the open conditions. I still don't understand what was pushing the market sentiment quite so strongly.....Now for a well earned drink!
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moh farooq
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tough day Ian. back in the downtrend. . next week?
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django mitchell Jun 22, 2018 16:26
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Rusty- you were just lucky I'm afraif
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rusty largo
rusty largo Jun 22, 2018 16:26
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You will find i am rarely far out, like i have said here before, i have never lost an equities trade to date, my timing is lousy, and i am not a millionaire but i don't sit outside Aldi with a hat and dog if you get my drift
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I often sit outside Waitrose with a hat and two dogs....but thats waiting for the other half to do the shopping!
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django mitchell Jun 22, 2018 16:25
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My problem is closing positions out too early to make a small profit rather than risk of losing it- ifr.r.want to make a large profit need to be prepared to make a large loss on occasionsr.r.ie 100 points profit and stop/lossr.r.Not sure if I got mindset for that
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Georgi Christov Jun 22, 2018 16:20
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Ian , I need to test your approach in a demo account
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Yep thats the sensible way to do it. I have just given you the highlights. I also have rules for trade entry and lots of statistics on the usual market behaviour but the fundamental principle should work irrespective. I find that if you trade with purpose and confidence and have a back up plan things are much easier! You need to consider position financing and dividend adjustments as you will be holding a number of positions.  Thats why I only trade small.
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rusty - well done for that but have you also made 400+ points on the week like I have whilst calling it wrong half the time? thats the trick......winning when your playing *****like the old Liverpool team of the 70/80's!
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rusty largo Jun 22, 2018 16:20
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Ians View ...and the new Liverpool team????????
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django mitchell Jun 22, 2018 15:53
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Ian- you did well- I bottled it (again)!
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Thats the magic of my approach....there is no pressure. No stoploss losses and no need to feel pressured into taking a profit when the market is in your favour.  And when trading against the market it's just dipping in and out to make a few bucks as a bonus. If it reverses up on you then who cares....you just flip the strategy on its head.
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django mitchell Jun 22, 2018 15:46
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Testing 7659 now.. buy or sell?
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Only you can decide.. . . I shorted at 7686 to replace previous 7690 short that I exited yesterday as I still see the market in a downward trend.
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django mitchell Jun 22, 2018 15:28
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Fallen from 7689 to 7669- will it touch 7700r.r.May buy if falls much more
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django mitchell Jun 22, 2018 15:27
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stever.r.Agree- risky- don't normally like leaving positions open over weekendr.r.May instead see where FTSE closes and buy/sell if large disparity between two positions
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django mitchell Jun 22, 2018 15:22
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ian- whats that strategy
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I build on positive positions as they move forward and 'support' negative positions as they fall. the main principle is that the further the market gets extended the more likely it is to spring back at least half the distance. I put in new trades at strategic points so that when the market turns the position turns positive. The new 'support' trades have to be very strategically thought through and only placed when there is an indication the market has turned. Just adding them willy, nilly and too close to the other support trades is a recipe for loss. In the meanwhile you get on and trade in the new direction.
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django mitchell Jun 22, 2018 15:21
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stevie - why not?
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SteveW Jun 22, 2018 15:21
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If the market gaps up on Sunday night when futures open
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django mitchell Jun 22, 2018 15:15
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Steve Wr.r.May use short- but IG always seems to know what it is!!
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SteveW Jun 22, 2018 15:15
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I went long yesterday @ 7590 with stop @ 7550, got hit as market feel to 7543
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SteveW Jun 22, 2018 15:15
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you're not thinking of going short this afternoon and leaving open over weekend
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That is the problem I found with stoplosses.....they are always knocked out just at the point the market turns. Sometimes exactly on the nail to one decimal point! Hence I now work a different strategy that has worked for me so far.
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django mitchell Jun 22, 2018 15:11
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Ian- OPEC come to agreement with companies to, as I understand it, to increase production of oil- wouldn't that reduce price of oil shares and FTSE normally?
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The price of oil goes down which boosts the global economy which benefits most companies.
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django mitchell Jun 22, 2018 15:09
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Volatile again this weekr.r.>100 movement each day- potential to make or lose lot of moneyr.r.Thankfully not much lost if hold for longer than 48hrs cause moving range 7545-7700 with no breakout quite yetr.r.As long as don't commit too much, should be OKr.r.Bit nervous even at 7700-oil shares powering r.r.FTSEr.r.Stop if you're getting sleepless nights- otherwise enjoy the ride
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Ians View Jun 22, 2018 15:07
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I cant see any reason for this surge today. Particularly on a Friday when its normally quiet. I think it must be the market makers flushing out all the short stop losses.
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agreed ian. . so added to my short. . now average 7628
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django mitchell Jun 22, 2018 14:57
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short at 7700
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moh farooq Jun 22, 2018 14:57
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yep correct
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moh farooq Jun 22, 2018 14:57
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or his level Django
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SteveW Jun 22, 2018 14:57
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will you use stop shorting @7700?
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Sold out 7221 after buy 7650- hindsight......r.r.Resistance- 7659 and 7700- may consider a sell with small stop/loss
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rusty largo Jun 22, 2018 13:33
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weekend beckons, bye all hope you have a nice time
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Hugh Jones Jun 22, 2018 13:33
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quote from Rocky ''I didn't hear no bell'' market is open til 4.30
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rusty largo Jun 22, 2018 13:32
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And with the deal from OPEC this means reserves from Saudi are dangerously short for emergencies, means  oil now go higher and higher and higher
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I would urge caution, a significant move might follow, watch the vix drop happening, the US want 25,000 again before any significant correction, and yet, they are call for summer rally?...maybe tea leaves are more accurate than elliot these last days
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moh farooq Jun 22, 2018 13:30
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better
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Those who aren't already short - what levels you looking at to get short?
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SteveW Jun 22, 2018 13:27
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is your 7690 long?
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SteveWNo that was a short position that I took the profit on. If the market then moves back and I still think it is moving the original direction (downward) I will simply reset it and have the profit twice (hopefully). This strategy means you take some profit if the market moves back on you.
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SteveWThe market never goes in straight lines and you need to take the profit whilst its on the table else it can vanish again and you end up with nothing! The benefit is you can make the same profit several times.
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I still think this will snap back the other direction.....call me mad but the macro trend has still not been broken.
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It passed the 7625 retest and hence the surge now that nothing else stands in the way until 7670!..Oh well. This is why I trade with a strategy that works whichever way the market decides to go!
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7670 or 7770?
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