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David Titan
David Titan 23 hours ago
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sold at 7063 as stated earlier.cashed out at 7025,not quite 7022 but come on still 38 in 2hrs,not bad no?
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I have to agree with the early trades, i mean in all honesty i have a pretty decent success rate with the way i trade however i do tend to spot and enter to early, sometimes by about a week or so whcih can be quite painful to say the least. I will have a read of that book as im always in the look out for knowledge to enhance my trading
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Anthony Cassar
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I do slso find that human emotion has a big part to play in it all, and ive become pretty good at trusting my trades even when fake outs take place etc.
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Anthony Cassar
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If it does go up why dont you net your postion? Then sell higher bringing down your average?
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The FT has skidded along just above 7000 for a week. Feels like it's due a rally to test if there is any appetite to recover some of its losses. The dow I think will rally from this correction to near 30000 before the bull market ends, perhaps in January. Then we are in for stormy waters with a bigger and nastier credit crunch v2.
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Anthony Cassar
Anthony Cassar Oct 19, 2018 16:23
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Major indexes are being led by a few companies with bigger market caps, (fact) most companies are in bear market territory not to mention the economic indicators, such as house prices etc. Holiday providers and autos are down which are luxuries that get cut out when the economic climate isnt doing so great. Rising yeilds, lower consumer spending, interest rate hikes, house prices starring to fall....
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Anthony Cassar Oct 19, 2018 16:19
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Instead of giving thumbs down, why not come back woth valid points and hbe a debate that can benefit all? Isnt this what these forums are for?
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Hugh Jones Oct 19, 2018 16:19
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We're not in such a bad way Anthony. Too much talk in the press and in government about what comes down to fairly trivial matters which can be, and will be solved. Ftse will come back up, always does
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Anthony Cassar Oct 19, 2018 16:19
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Ofcourse it always comes back up, its a typical 10yr cycle, but i would habe to disagree with the economical climate... if you look at the keys indicators they are slowing.I agree with you regarding media and that matters will get sorted (eventually) however, uncertainty usually has a negative affect..... my bias is bearish for the next quarter atleast, now im not saying it will be an absolut blood bath but i am expecting mid to low 6000s
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Anthony Cassar Oct 19, 2018 16:19
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Ofcourse, this is down to my research and my own opinions.... others may have a completely different bias which is more than fair
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Anthony Cassar Oct 19, 2018 16:12
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People will realise that we are in a bad way soon, the indicators are there, they just need to be realised. May rebound in short term but upside is very limited.
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David Titan Oct 19, 2018 16:12
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you like livermore too,i totally get everything mentioned,when i say bear i mean secondary downtrend coming in before primary uptrend continues,not actual recession or total downfall,but fairly significant none the less,as important as fundamentals,technicals maybe,they are not always truthful.though i take on board reports and charts i use vpa to trade.as jesse said the tape never lies..
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Anthony Cassar
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Im in 6990 @ £30 a point, what price ate you in?
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David Titan
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yeah 6970@10pp we are rooted at bottom of the range,one of few mistakes lately.im pretty confident of surpassing that level,only niggle being rsi is through the floor mnth, weekly, daily,worries me.as would take a fair rise to balance that out.far more than my margin tough call.
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Tony Schofield
Tony Schofield Oct 19, 2018 15:13
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A wise man told me that this will go one way or the other
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David Titan Oct 19, 2018 15:13
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theres a few of those on here I see.
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Bryn Humphreys
Bryn Humphreys Oct 19, 2018 15:13
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But for today, it’s not going one way or t’other
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Noah Wise
Noah Wise Oct 19, 2018 15:13
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I agree
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David Titan
David Titan Oct 19, 2018 15:08
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7022 area not 7k,still nice 40points in the bank though.
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David Titan Oct 19, 2018 15:02
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11,12 clock up candles on falling volume long top wicks indicating weakness,following two higher volume hangmen,short term back to 7000,unless serious synthetic injection supports upward move.
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Anthony Cassar
Anthony Cassar Oct 19, 2018 15:02
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Agreed
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jaida willis Oct 19, 2018 12:21
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dow futures are rising due to earnings so might continue pushing up
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Ians View Oct 19, 2018 11:54
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Charts still indicate a rally to 7280-7320 territory. Not broken the trend yet!
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rusty largo Oct 19, 2018 11:07
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quote from Bloomberg".“Buy this dip,” Citi strategists write in a note. “Our Bear Market Checklist (still only 3.5/18 red flags) suggests this is a typical Phase 3 correction, not the beginning of the next major bear market. This is a late-cycle bull market, when credit spreads and volatility rise but continued economic growth pushes selected equity indices to new highs. The dips become more frequent, but should still be bought.”"
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Anthony Cassar Oct 19, 2018 11:07
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I think he will be given his p45 within 3 months
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Trung Phan Oct 19, 2018 11:07
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Of course buy the dip works in the long run. If the stock market is a random walk, this implies that the price of an index will cross any level infinitely many times in the future (you can be prove this mathematically). So any position (long or short) will be at least break-even (assuming no carry cost, you have enough margin and you can wait infinitely). Just some thing to ponder on a quiet Friday.. . p.s. Nick Leeson recently said "Had he still kept his 1997 long Nikkei positions, they would be making money now"....
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Trung Phan Had i kept my 1979 mini van i too would be in a profit
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rusty largo Oct 19, 2018 10:44
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US response to ***by Saudi's will be next market mover
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rusty largo Oct 19, 2018 10:16
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That Mark Hulbert is on a, " we are overdue a 5% to 10% plunge" wagon again. One day he'll be spot on....after all " On Oct. 19, 1987 — 31 years ago today — the Dow DJIA, -1.27% plunged 22.6%.", that would equate to 5,000+ point drop in a day. Laugh all you like, i did, these things can and have happened.
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Tony Schofield
Tony Schofield Oct 19, 2018 10:10
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It looks like the FTSE is playing see saw right now
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Anthony Cassar Oct 19, 2018 10:10
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Will be back at 7000 soon, howvwer maypop back up.....again....
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Arthur Dodd Oct 19, 2018 9:24
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Looks like a range bound period. could be good for short term trades ie intraday with 6090 7080 as the range?
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Anthony Cassar
Anthony Cassar Oct 19, 2018 9:24
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Indeed
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Watch 69907000 for a bounce, a break will signal furthur downside
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Noah Wise
Noah Wise Oct 19, 2018 9:18
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Black Friday - 19 October 2018
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rusty largo
rusty largo Oct 19, 2018 9:18
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I guess, being pc, it should be, non specific colour of the primary spectrum or white day
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Bryn Humphreys
Bryn Humphreys Oct 19, 2018 9:10
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I’ll bet it bounces....
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asuas suasu Oct 19, 2018 9:10
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Well, GL
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If it holds at 6990/7000 them yes im going long for a fee pips. A break there should signal 6950ish
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rusty largo
rusty largo Oct 19, 2018 7:40
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Instead of a drop, it now looks like another lackluster
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Not so sure about that. If it doesnt break 7065 expect a drop back to yesterday lows
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The whole brussels and italy scenerio should limit upside today at the very least
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Bryn Humphreys
Bryn Humphreys Oct 19, 2018 6:49
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Hey Ian, look at this thing plummeting....Han on, it’s going up. Lol
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Anthony Cassar Oct 19, 2018 6:47
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Or is it a synthetic raise of price to build momentum for the next sell off?
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Anthony Cassar Oct 19, 2018 6:33
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A little suprised at the pull back this morning i must say
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Tony Schofield Oct 18, 2018 22:27
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Realistically, the minor fluctuations we’re seeing now is not contusive to profiteering, unless a 4+ figure sum is invested. This stagnation looks likely to blight any hopes of a buyers or sellers market for the foreseeable future. I can’t foresee any spectacular green figures on Bloomberg tomorrow morning.
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Ians View Oct 18, 2018 20:44
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I know you guys think I've lost the plot but we are still on track for 7280-7320 using my charting method. I keep trading in the same direction until the charts indicate the trend has broken. I never trade at the point of a breakout, only on a pull-back. I sell high, buy low and have made plenty of points over the past week. I view these range bound periods as a goldmine!
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Anthony Cassar Oct 18, 2018 20:44
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For my sake i hope youre wrong :-)
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Selling higg and buying low is the general idea ;-)
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Yep but everyone gets excited when they thinkthey see a breakout and end up buying into a high or selling into a low and getting trapped in a poor position. I used to but now never trade a breakout until it has pulled back and is moving on.
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so rebound was built on matchstick foundations after all,volumes speak volumes..
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gripper tomson Oct 18, 2018 18:41
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The 300 point rise has failed and i suppose friday will see us instead go straight down
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