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  • Day's Range: 6,998.50 - 7,064.25
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Cannot find any information on this. The dollar/sterling effect on ftse, and just how much money is being pulled from the UK over uncertainty now. Concrete plans for disorderly march 29th seem to be in play as all other markets in recovery mode, and we are not...specially individual dollar valued stocks, am wondering about any wisdom in predicting moves until we are in a more certain position, every call from everyone is out by a mile right now
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Watching a slug race a snail
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Vix dropping lower signifies rally of sorts. reluctantly at first, but with sterling now levelling back to open vs euro i think a 50-60 point leap
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sterling climbing again stopping rise in ftse....
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throttling not stopping i should have put
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I started a lot of discussion with my view that the market will rally back to the 7300 area. I don't consider any other information other than the charts as historically it has not proven to be that relevant......the charts hold irrespective of all the background noise. I personally think looking at that depth is over analysis. .When I say next few days I mean between 5-10.....not just a couple.
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Jennifer Smith Totally right.....but I think you can overload yourself with all this external data as I take the view everything is factored into the market already one way or another. Keep it simple is my moto and it works for me.
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Ians View there is more than one way to skin the cat. Interestingly, i dont rely on charts. I like forming  testable thesis/ idea, like "if FTSE is down 10% from YTD high, it will rebounce 5 in the next 3 months". I then test the thesis using past data to see if it's true and if i have to change anything to improve my thesis. If the thesis is validated, i will place the trade. For me chart useful but mostly noisy :) I guess what matters is what works for you at the end of the day, chart or no chart.
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Trung PhanYep everyone has their methods and it's what works for you. I find the charts to be very reliable but like you I use my own method adjusted and proven over many years.
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Most of my indicators are showing buy.. come on rally! Even a small one would be nice
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Sterling attempting to break above and close above 1.14 vs euro today...amid mounting speculation T.May has met the man in the white suit overnight and built a super machine capable of ironing her white suit and ironing over all the brexit creases accumulated over the last two years, all without a pre wash or back stop
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We're at an interesting crossroads where both FTSE and sterling are undervalued vs. long-term. The natural path (the path of  least resistance) is sterling up and FTSE100 down. The alternative path is FTSE and sterling both up. You may say I'm a dreamer...
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Charts indicate a pull-back to trend to somewhere near 7300ish over next few days.
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rusty largo True. They tend to focus on US markets. However, where US goes, the world follows. Anyway, we both agree that 300pts rally is unlikely. I just wanted to point out one potential factor for this unlikeliness.
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Trung Phan Sorry, i wasn't trying to be a clever ******* i just value input and think anything is worthy of chat while waiting for moves, making the site more interesting etc.
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rusty largo No worry. Chatting is good. . . "It was never the thinking that made the big money. It always was the sitting" JLM :)
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someone said we might get a 200 point rise...i think they might be right
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Hope so!
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If currency traders really thought there would be a no deal then i am pretty sure we would see the currency lower than now?
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which leaves us with 3 outcomes. General Election, second referendum or no deal.
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Sterling will sink on no deal or Corbin government. Sterling will fly on second referendum.
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piano OR....the dreaded political status quo on another level RIP Rick
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Cannot believe these market movements today....almost as if.trade war is ok.saudi is innocent.brexit is tickety boo.Uk is not about to enter three quarters of zero growth
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Anthony Cassar
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My thoughts exactly.
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rusty largo
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I just like the way the DOW waits until Europe close to drop off a cliff
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and then recovers
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I hate the dow. They can make a positive out of anything
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rusty largo Oct 15, 2018 14:33
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Vix calming once again....i think there must be an element of confusion and inertia going on, the "pause" effect has been known, and yet, i think things are far too calm, yet, for a few days back there things were all but calm for no reason, holding above 7000...
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Rsi 4hr and 1hr still has upside capped under a negative trendline.
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Looking at the charts I think a small recovery to 7300ish is likely before continuation of the downtrend.
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If it breaks above 7030 to target 7080 then id say 7220 max
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But yea a bounce isnt off the table at this point
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Anthony Cassar that is about right, max 7220
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I think the guy that keeps giving me a thumbs down is losing money.I called a bounce at 6960, what happened? I sissgestes covering shorts for the bounce, what happened? I said upside limited to 7000, we topped at 7010 so 10 ticks out..... i dont proclaim to be right 100% of the time and i only suggest the same trades as myself to help others so whats the thunbs down all about??
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Anthony Cassar Oct 15, 2018 11:27
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Who took my advice? Next sell off coming
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Vix was supposed to retreat...instead it's creeping up slowly
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rusty largo Oct 15, 2018 10:55
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congrats, you have passed the copy/paste test
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$400 dollar a barrel oil...really?...Is Saudi guilty, will there be sanctions?...At the mere hint of them being sanctioned is why i say ftse will be ridiculously lower, as i think they are guilty as *&(^%$*** there, can't put stars where i already put them censors
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rusty largo Oct 15, 2018 9:51
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Vix was supposed to retreat...instead it's creeping up slowly
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Next leg down coming
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We are at the bottom of a wedge pattern, if bulls fail here then expect a retwst of 6920 level. Might be worth covering a short positin with a long postion to scoop a few pips in the bounce. Upside should be ljmited to sub 7000 from here in my opinion
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rusty largo Oct 15, 2018 9:26
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once past 6920's...
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rusty largo Oct 15, 2018 9:06
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we are down 6.9% for year
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brave enough to catch a (sharp and fast) falling knife ? :)
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Trung Phan If it's not a Sabatier "V" i'm game
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rusty largo Devil advocate: is FTSE a value trap considering the following factors (1) Earning: good but not great (2) US equities: expensive, more pain to come (3) Yield: getting higher, hurting defensive indices (like FTSE) (4) Oil: how high can it go? More downside risk (5) China: the incoming slowdown (6) Late Cycle: recession coming (7) Political Uncertainty.: Brexit fatigue...
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On the hour chart :/
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rusty largo Oct 15, 2018 8:19
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below 6985 in next drop?
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Retest of 6960
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Risk off bounce from 6980
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In all honesty i will be suprised if the ftse breaks it 50sma at around 7025 today
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