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7,859.17 +80.38    +1.03%
21/05 - Closed. Currency in GBP ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: United Kingdom
# Constituents: 99
  • Prev. Close: 7,859.17
  • Open: 7,816.75
  • Day's Range: 7,778.12 - 7,868.12
FTSE 100 7,859.17 +80.38 +1.03%
Summary:Strong Buy
Moving Averages:BuyBuy (12)Sell (0)
Technical Indicators:Strong BuyBuy (9)Sell (0)

Pivot PointsMay 21, 2018 16:09 GMT

Name S3 S2 S1 Pivot Points R1 R2 R3
Classic 7818.21 7826.48 7840.61 7848.88 7863.01 7871.28 7885.41
Fibonacci 7826.48 7835.04 7840.32 7848.88 7857.44 7862.72 7871.28
Camarilla 7848.59 7850.64 7852.70 7848.88 7856.80 7858.86 7860.91
Woodie's 7821.15 7827.95 7843.55 7850.35 7865.95 7872.75 7888.35
DeMark's - - 7844.75 7850.95 7867.15 - -

Technical IndicatorsMay 21, 2018 16:09 GMT

Name Value Action
RSI(14) 71.530 Buy
STOCH(9,6) 72.657 Buy
STOCHRSI(14) 83.408 Overbought
MACD(12,26) 27.700 Buy
ADX(14) 32.580 Buy
Williams %R -9.711 Overbought
CCI(14) 108.3228 Buy
ATR(14) 20.4135 High Volatility
Highs/Lows(14) 35.9171 Buy
Ultimate Oscillator 55.996 Buy
ROC 1.021 Buy
Bull/Bear Power(13) 77.2281 Buy

Buy: 9

Sell: 0

Neutral: 0


Summary:Strong Buy

Moving AveragesMay 21, 2018 16:09 GMT

Period Simple Exponential
MA5 7840.24
Buy
7847.17
Buy
MA10 7833.72
Buy
7832.15
Buy
MA20 7804.80
Buy
7809.11
Buy
MA50 7759.92
Buy
7762.28
Buy
MA100 7693.38
Buy
7697.34
Buy
MA200 7565.90
Buy
7575.09
Buy

Buy: 12

Sell: 0


Summary:Buy

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rusty largo
rusty largo 19 hours ago
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Low interest rates, trade war fading..(for now), relative world peace, north/south.Korea talks+US talks may go ahead and relative low unemployment....in other words, stability and predictability...but don't expect it to last, as the moment of most positive and high expectancy the market will reverse in the most dramatic form in history....and all this means a market going to higher highs, then the proverbial rug will be pulled back into bear rug territory
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Kelin Lee
Kelin Lee 19 hours ago
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Where do you think it will rise to?
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Kyle Parker
Kyle Parker 19 hours ago
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Where does everyone think we will be at close today? 21/5/18.
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Hugh Jones
Hugh Jones 18 hours ago
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7840 is my guess
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rusty largo
rusty largo 13 hours ago
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Hugh Jones close....about my prediction...unless negative we are on for 8000 by weeks end
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Robson Woodcock
Robson Woodcock 21 hours ago
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Can someone explain to me, what is with the Huge increase this morning
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Robson Woodcock
Robson Woodcock 21 hours ago
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Can someone please explain why the market is increasing so much this morning ?
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Hugh Jones
Hugh Jones 18 hours ago
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I reckon it is Royal Wedding feelgood factor. A lot of sentiment involved in this game and it was a good advert for. UK. plc.  Next ; watch out for World Cup !
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rusty largo
rusty largo 23 hours ago
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8000 this week?...might take two, but 8000 is next step
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 17, 2018 17:41
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7800 here we come
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 16, 2018 15:46
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we are plateauing now, a bit out from my estimates, but a levelling nonetheless....this is a signal of weakness, or a signal of strenght, either way it cannot last forever, and a breakout either way will happen within 30 days. I guess the N korea-Brexit June decisions, coupled with the threat of the major economies faltering due to higher pump prices for fuel will trigger a major selloff....but higher it must go before that
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Hugh Jones May 15, 2018 12:36
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vodafone's drop a bit overdone don't you think.? Top man is to retire but everyone retires & this is a well organised firm.
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rusty largo May 15, 2018 12:36
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Never touched them....the whole company is based on credit...but it does has value, although i would say right now it is overvalued.
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Baloo Money
Baloo Money May 11, 2018 16:27
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It will eventually turn back down. The current up movement will be limited 7790 max.
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 11, 2018 16:27
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If it goes 7790 then it will go 8000 soon after before retreating
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rusty largo May 11, 2018 11:12
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OK, here's my take on things. Two more quarters of negative growth for the UK, fuel prices rising, durable goods sales in a doldrums situation, Brexit, political uncertainty, A potential war in the Iran conflict, House prices at historic highs, wage growth stagnant, ....see my direction?.....if things do not change we have either stagflation or recession......and should Brexit come to pass with the Irish Border issue resolved?. Then IMF bailout UK it is
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rusty largo May 11, 2018 11:12
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I should add, in negative growth, this would be up until Dec 2018....can it happen?..a recession? .
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Baloo Money May 11, 2018 9:30
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Ftse will see 7500 again. It might go up temporarily but ultimately 7500 is few weeks away.
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 11, 2018 9:30
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It will end May higher than it was at the beginning
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rusty largo May 11, 2018 8:12
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With Oil this high expect drop in consumer spending and rise in food spending...so, knickers are down and dough is up
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Daniel Grant May 11, 2018 0:10
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This week bbc 1 should flip the cast each week. Same boring presenters 'each week' 'this week' gets dull common get with the times bbc! If you want us to stay up and have/give views at least meet our par.
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Daniel Grant May 10, 2018 23:32
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inevitable drop. Do we have a uk prime minister?
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 10, 2018 16:36
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we  are all set up to test 7780 once again
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Daniel Grant May 10, 2018 16:36
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Im selling my sole at 7800.
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Hugh Jones
Hugh Jones May 10, 2018 16:36
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Daniel Grantwould seem the sensible thing to do at that level, think you mean soul !  I may well do the same but there's always the risk it may keep rising
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 10, 2018 16:36
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Hugh Jones yes, once 7800 appears...(if it appears) then 8000 will surely follow just because, " that's what indices do"
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 10, 2018 15:46
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49 minutes to hold above 7680 and confirm that market will surpass the last high
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rusty largo May 10, 2018 11:02
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This market will struggle to overcome 7680. it could flat line for a while and stretch out
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Hugh Jones
Hugh Jones May 10, 2018 11:02
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flat-lining is fine for me [as long as it's not my ECG !] Just don't want a big nose-dive. Away from the FTSE, us Welsh boys rather like IQE which is coming back up, no responsibility for advice etc.
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 10, 2018 11:02
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Hugh Jones I'm a dip buyer, loading up with a broad spectrum of shares with reasonable divi's, unloading when i see more than 10% profit, so, no, not interested in specific equities but thanks anyways
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 10, 2018 8:34
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Although a brief ttouching of 7680, this does not constitute a confirmation. My gut feeling on where we go from here is ...watch the middle east....If europe etc strike a reduced capacity deal with |Iran and the Israel troubles calm, we could go higher....if not.....anyone's guess
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Hugh Jones
Hugh Jones May 09, 2018 19:52
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To sell, or not to sell, that is the question. Will it fall back or go higher still?
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 09, 2018 11:30
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7680....above this level on a close and sell in may has failed for the first ime in a number of years as i can see record highs coming afterward
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Tim Langfeld May 08, 2018 7:56
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How do I get rid of this in the bottom of my screen ??
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 08, 2018 7:56
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ublock origin  install, click on icon, block element make sure the chat is highlighted, block it, done
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 08, 2018 7:56
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this line of code is what it should look like..remove brackets. {. ##.js-close-discussion-button.sidebarCommentaryHeader)
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 03, 2018 10:46
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...and the markets await news that T May is pregnant.....with brexit ideas of Nirvana
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rusty largo
rusty largo May 02, 2018 11:57
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Disqus stopped downvotes for a reason...Trolls, and i see here too we have trolls, or, A troll, if i said the Queen was a wonderful woman i guess he'd still downvote me, trolls are like that, usually male, with small private parts and a grudge....women wouldn't waste their time on such trifles,
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Hugh Jones
Hugh Jones May 02, 2018 11:57
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don't take the votes too seriously Rusty. It comes down to a very small sample of the population 2 or 3 votes & there are 60 million people in the UK. I'm sure most of them would appreciate our thoughts on the FTSE. I am am hold/weak buy incidentally
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rusty largo May 02, 2018 11:57
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Hugh Jones  oh, if only a quarter of that amount were to stock trade daily? it might be more interesting
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rusty largo May 02, 2018 11:57
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A swrm of trolls....nice when they collect in three's, easier to see who it is
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rusty largo
rusty largo Apr 30, 2018 17:37
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There is nothing to stop 7777 appearing except sanity. My feeling is, we will come a bit closer before any drop.
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Hugh Jones
Hugh Jones Apr 30, 2018 8:45
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heading up again, if we reach 76500 might consider selling & waiting for a drop back but the FTSE is still cheap compared to other leading indices.
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