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  • Prev. Close: 7,507.56
  • Open: 7,500.50
  • Day's Range: 7,490.25 - 7,523.75
FTSE 100 7,514.75 +7.19 +0.10%

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stewart fearn
stewart fearn May 18, 2015 8:27
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A bit early to write off the FTSE because of resistance above 7000 imo. It's still about the least overpriced global asset as compared to commodities precious metals, DOW/ DAX or bonds...Given the bond yield a p/e of 15 is very surprising, one would have expected 20.
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Ron Muther May 06, 2015 15:44
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my assessment of ftse100 is bleak. There is 7 years resistance and no trading has taken above this line. and lot of traders respect that resistance line.Obvious;y there has been several attempts to go over that line, but it was unsuccessful. As from this line the trend has reversed. This is a multi-year wedge pattern, and the wedge pattern is the most powerful chart pattern. it is one of my favourite chart pattern that i trade. Because when this pattern get broken it retraces 100% of the wedge height .Also the RSI is also broken to the bearish side. The market has staged a kiss to the top line and broken to the down side. The kiss to the top line is the give away that the trend has changed.The prices may hit 6075
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Félix Bisson May 06, 2015 15:44
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how long before it happens you think!? or at least 6500!?
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Mohammed Kobir
Mohammed Kobir Apr 07, 2015 7:06
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There was good opportunities to buy today from 7 am as entry window, i missed this. Prices jumped very fast so by the time i had a look into it at 8.30 it looked to be over sold or reaching near enough. the next R was 25points away but the S level was more than that, therefore the risk to profit ratio was high in this case hence not a good point to go into buy. Unfortunately its a missed opportunity today.
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Mohammed Kobir
Mohammed Kobir Apr 02, 2015 10:39
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ok so for today....got into a buy position this morning in at 6.824 and got out at 6.841. so made a decent amount today,,,was a bit slow as well... and could have got in a better position than at 6.824. but no problem 16 points isnt too bad i guess.
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Mohammed Kobir
Mohammed Kobir Apr 01, 2015 11:02
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No more trading opps on FTSE100 since this morning....so done ma work for today. Looking at how it went today i would say its positioned it self to go on a buy trend tomorrow morning. However this just an assumption not a confirmation. Will have to wait till tomorrow morning to see what the tech analysis is saying and the news and how the price it moving.
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Mohammed Kobir
Mohammed Kobir Apr 01, 2015 7:17
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As we can see price has done a rebound from R1 point at which i existed my buy position. It was the best thing to do and it was right. However it may seem like trend will reverse to down, but at this time its not a good idea to enter the market. at this point stay out till a clear window opens. .This is all for daily trading btw.
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Mohammed Kobir
Mohammed Kobir Apr 01, 2015 6:46
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FTSE100 still has room to move further up as Up trend is still forming, Technical indicators still in bullish mode and the news are positive also RSI hasn't reach oversold point as well, but i have met my daily target and went close to R1, im happy to sit out for the rest of the day and watch how the day unfolds and where it ends, so ready for tomorrow position.
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Mohammed Kobir Apr 01, 2015 6:02
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a nice 25 points made this morning. got in at 6,828 and got out on 6.852, this was as a buy trend had started at this point. tech analysis and news both showed an uptrend starting, and in 30mins window this was already confirmed.
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Mohammed Kobir
Mohammed Kobir Mar 31, 2015 8:06
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made a good solid 32 points as calculated, will stop trading FTSE100 for rest of the day now.
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Mohammed Kobir Mar 30, 2015 7:51
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can see the trend for sell starting for UK100 now after a rise this morning. Entered now at 6,861 to go down to 6,830
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Mohammed Kobir
Mohammed Kobir Mar 27, 2015 7:06
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missed opportunity to sell this morning..was slow to move in. Now looks like a rebound is about to happen, but as its going against the trend and indicators its risky and therefore wont be a sensible move to make and buy. But if you are a gambler then yes you can buy and may hit jackpot. But do same thing next time and it may hit u back.
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Mohammed Kobir Mar 26, 2015 7:26
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im going to close my sell position now as its reached Oversold level for a few indicators also reach my daily target, so will close now and sit back and see how the market goes and come back into trading tomorrow if good positions come up.
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Mohammed Kobir Mar 26, 2015 7:23
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Trading FTSE 100 is soo easy compared to trading currency. Its due to the volatility is guess, currencies are far more volatile.
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stewart fearn Jan 29, 2015 4:35
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I am fairly bearish whilst the market is trading over 6750. Bad news is actually supporting the price on the basis that interest rate rises have been kicked into the long grass...But yield chases may have to reassess the situation if we get stuck in a deflationary cycle and earning disappoint.
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Ahmed Saleh
Ahmed Saleh Jan 23, 2015 5:26
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FTSE should settle back to 6600 , what we are seeing now is an over bought portfolio and fake inflammation .
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stewart fearn Jan 05, 2015 7:21
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Brent at $54.75 really weighing on the Market this morning Investors obviously hoping this is short term, because Brent at $60 was enough to spook the Market down to 6150 in mid December...Trading on the FT only for the brave now.
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stewart fearn Dec 19, 2014 7:34
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Brent at sub $60 holding back FTSE 100, otherwise we could get a run at 7000. Yellen's machine gun placement at the back of the bulls halting the shorters as they broke through the ranks of bulls offers hope for 2015.
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Arthur Dodd Oct 08, 2014 3:21
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From these levels its more likely that we will yet again get our "SANTA" RALLY ?
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stewart fearn Oct 08, 2014 3:21
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A titanic struggle between a yield that looks favourable compared to cash and Brent at sub $60. Brent needs to start lifting to get much beyond 6600.. . A comfort to know that Yellen is at the back of the bulls wth a machine gun should the bears have the temerity to break through the ranks.
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