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7,329.50 +38.49    +0.53%
10:46:35 - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in GBP ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: United Kingdom
# Constituents: 95
  • Prev. Close: 7,291.01
  • Open: 7,300.75
  • Day's Range: 7,298.25 - 7,339.75
FTSE 100 7,329.50 +38.49 +0.53%
Summary:Buy
Moving Averages:BuyBuy (12)Sell (0)
Technical Indicators:BUYBuy (5)Sell (2)

Pivot PointsMar 21, 2019 10:45 GMT

Name S3 S2 S1 Pivot Points R1 R2 R3
Classic 7293.77 7302.26 7309.50 7317.99 7325.23 7333.72 7340.96
Fibonacci 7302.26 7308.27 7311.98 7317.99 7324.00 7327.71 7333.72
Camarilla 7312.42 7313.87 7315.31 7317.99 7318.19 7319.63 7321.08
Woodie's 7293.15 7301.95 7308.88 7317.68 7324.61 7333.41 7340.34
DeMark's - - 7305.89 7316.18 7321.61 - -

Technical IndicatorsMar 21, 2019 10:45 GMT

Name Value Action
RSI(14) 60.076 Buy
STOCH(9,6) 49.483 Neutral
STOCHRSI(14) 49.915 Neutral
MACD(12,26) 14.160 Buy
ADX(14) 21.718 Sell
Williams %R -17.612 Overbought
CCI(14) 63.8555 Buy
ATR(14) 23.6429 High Volatility
Highs/Lows(14) 0.0000 Neutral
Ultimate Oscillator 43.755 Sell
ROC 0.010 Buy
Bull/Bear Power(13) 14.0780 Buy

Buy: 5

Sell: 2

Neutral: 3


Summary:BUY

Moving AveragesMar 21, 2019 10:45 GMT

Period Simple Exponential
MA5 7313.33
Buy
7320.23
Buy
MA10 7316.86
Buy
7319.36
Buy
MA20 7323.82
Buy
7311.40
Buy
MA50 7268.65
Buy
7274.33
Buy
MA100 7206.78
Buy
7232.34
Buy
MA200 7178.34
Buy
7179.99
Buy

Buy: 12

Sell: 0


Summary:Buy

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django mitchell
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short @35
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rusty largo
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I guess it could make take a stab at 7350 again...seems logic, reason, sanity, etc has left the building if it actually does and/or passes it
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django mitchell
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pound dropped?
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summit today- how will agreed delay affect pound?
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can't see too much movement today unless they state they are willing / unwilling for a longer extension. After yesterday nation address the chances of her deal passing has really diminished. No long extension on offer and there is a better chance her deal will pass. If there is a long extension on offer then her deal won't pass and there'll be a general election / leadership challenge which will be cable negative. A chance Corbyn could come into power will be FTSE & cable negative. Really hard to call
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I imagine there won't be a clear statement and that will come after MV3 next Thursday / Friday. Hence why the trading range IMO but could have sharp moves one way or the other so need big margin. Obviously, I am wrong more times than I'm right!!!
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If there is no deal then short term at least both cable & FTSE will fall although I disagree with a 8-10% fall from these positions. Long term that will be a great buying opportunity of cable at least
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"Fed Bends Over Backwards To Accommodate Markets; Investors Spooked".This is the issue, Central Banks keep feeding the market like they are the boss.  This is going to come back to haunt big time at some stage.  The market is high on cheap money and at some stage it will go cold turkey and things will get very ugly IMO. As ever the timing is the difficult thing.
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Think Powell spooked by Trump criticism in December when market dropped
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django mitchell Exactly, just delaying the day of reckoning, Trump will do anything to keep this things looking rosy whilst he is president.
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see more upside than down side with the pound imho- hence my bearish view
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i doubt the pound will stay above 1.32 for any extended period of time with the news that the brexit delay will be shorter than expected
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*cable
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James Bolin
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Agree with all. Sitting out at the moment. Feel this is a range from 7280 - 7350 for a few days at least until the Brexit MV next week. Pound is key for short term moves but I think we will see big movement in that over the next fortnight one way or the other which will impact the FTSE in the short term and so need tight big margins / tight stop losses. Although I am tempted to trade the range whilst adding a net short position
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i chickened out not convinced it will drop right now, if it fails again (double top) or hits 7341 i will short
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?short yet
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nope, i will either accept that i missed it or wait for double top, or higher, i've chased stuff before and lost money so i don't do it anymore
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yodaman woolyr. r. r. r. Fair enoughr. r. Only use money you can afford to lose- at £1/point I can do that
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mr wooly- ?short
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morning allr.r.short @19- expect pound to rise over next 48hrs
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I will go short when it turns, not sure if it will be 7331 or 7441, maybe higher if pound keeps going down
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*7341
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Need to keep an eye on the US, as S&P is on a support level, it that breaks then I expect that we will see the FTSE move lower today.  Even without this I think that the market needs to retrace to at least  7260 before it can have a chance of moving north again. For the record I am still short and getting closer to break even :-)
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I admire your patience with your short but next time would it not be better to wait till the markets starts turning (a break below major support) with a tight stop above rather than trying to second guess when it will turn with a large painful stop?
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yodaman wooly Of course you are correct, this is one of weak points.
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Perhaps a healthy drop, although to stop above 7120 before another upwards swing above the 7350's and beyond..cannot decide if 7120's will be stopping point or if it'll rise long before it drops that far though. 10 trading days being the time scale
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Im waiting for No-Deal on brexit then market will drop minimum 8-20% .. surly
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why you say that...............
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good close for all you who are short. I wonder, did anyone take the opportunity to close / reduce short or are you holding on?
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django mitchell
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I closed- will prob short again
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django mitchell seems like a wise decision if futures and FED statement is anything to go by! I'm glad too to be out at the moment from my short -- allows me to have a pleasant evening
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James Bolinr. r. r. r. Enjoy
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ffs missed my exit by 10 mins, was on the golf course
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Dreamer19 3 hours ago
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That’s a first world problem haha.....
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Dreamer19 It is my problem!
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James Bolin
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Its been an interesting day. I wonder if FED statement tonight will move things. I'm continuing to sit out but still have a short bias in my mind! Hope its been a fruitful day for you all
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It has today James- thanks for asking- after yesterday's mini-disaster
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James Bolin
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django mitchell I'm happy for you mate!
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Despite having differing views sometimes, we are all on the same team here and it doesn't matter the size of your gains or losses as long as we can have some good banter, friendly encouragement and a little sound advice from time to time.
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As you all know, sterling drop against Euro underpinning ftse  i called an up day, with other markets in down we might ease a bit but i expect we will continue uptrend even with a drop of 100 points or so in coming sessions
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James Bolin
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with DAX down 1.3%, its only a matter of time that the FTSE follows?
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no. Dax has 2 idiosyncratic events (Bayer lawsuit and BMW profit warning) that explain the large move today.
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Trung Phan Oh, thanks for the explanation. Will scrap that idea then about FTSE following DAX!
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James Bolin But, it can and does happen that DAX is followed, i wouldn't discount any possibility during the next 10 days
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Walter White Mar 20, 2019 10:33
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8th up day in a row.
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James Bolin
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I will re-short on any break of 7280 with target being 7200
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We will see record highs for the FT and DOW now. Followed by a decline over the summer and autumn.  ...Same pattern as last year.
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django mitchell Mar 20, 2019 9:48
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Out of interest- do you play the piano?
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No
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Back on the verge!
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django mitchell Closing my short!!!!
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Grechsterr. r. r. r. hold on....
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If we can  just get back below 7315 then all is not lost for an  assault on 7270
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if it goes keep rising and there is no hard brexit/china trade failure then there is no reason why it should not go all the way to 7877. Something very similar happened in april/may last year
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too rosy analysis. No hard brexit = interest rate hike this summer! the market is vastly under pricing the chance of rate hike (US and UK).
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Trung Phan A no hard brexit will result in increased sterling strength.  This will reduce inflation and hit exports.  It will be hard to increase interest rates in this environment.. . . If there is a hard brexit the economy will need stimulating.  Low interest rates and more QE.
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1/sterling impact is slow and transitory. The UK's current account deficit hardly improved after pound fell to 15% post brexit vote. 2/ The BoE has mentioned many times in the past that absent hard Brexit it would like rate normalization to combat future crisis. Anyway, I'm just pointing out that market is pricing in a very dovish rate path. As such, any hint of hawkish tone from central banks will catch many positions offside.
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I think we Need to better 7350 today
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yodaman wooly Mar 20, 2019 8:40
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*350
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went long when it broke through 7320 target 750 when i will go short
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