Greatland Gold for 2/12/2020

#France #Nasdaq Those who watch ‘Gold Rush’ on TV will doubtless remember last year, when one of those featured (‘Parker Schnabel’) visited Australia to search for Gold during the frozen season in North America. The fascinating series which ensued obviously discovered Gold, along with the important detail the product was not discovered in powdered, ground down, form, but instead as nuggets of a size generally unavailable in the Canadian wilderness.

The documentary series completed with an admission by Parker he intends revisit Australia, next time geared up for proper mining.

Importantly, the bloke ‘Parker’ is in his early 20’s, armed with a work ethic which ensures his team of miners exceed the results of other mining companies featured. It will be interesting to see if he continues to outperform in Australia. This, neatly, brings us to Greatland Gold, a company already operating in several areas on the continent visited by Parker during 2019. Their share price has performed quite strongly during 2020 and now decorates the sky at its highest level ever.

We’ve no reason, visually, to expect the gains to cease. The current picture is pretty amazing, suggesting price movement above 29.7p should continue a march toward an initial 31.2p with secondary, if exceeded, an impressive 35p.

Arithmetically, we start to experience problems at the 35p level unless the market discovers an excuse to start “gapping” the share price up at the open. Should such occur, it becomes very likely the prospect of a ceiling at 35p shall be exceeded.

 

If everything intends go wrong for Greatland, the share needs melt below Red on the chart, currently around 19.5p. This will risk triggering a reversal cycle toward 12.4p.

 

For now, we’re inclined toward enthusiasm with this share price and suspect gains shall continue.

 

 

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
10:05:51PM BRENT 47.29 Shambles
10:10:52PM GOLD 1815.46 Success
10:14:22PM FTSE 6389 Success
10:16:47PM FRANCE 5582.9 5563 5555 5543 5580 5591 5606 5643 5569 Success
10:18:43PM GERMANY 13384
10:25:01PM US500 3659 Success
10:37:56PM DOW 29774 ‘cess
10:40:16PM NASDAQ 12461 12330 12262.5 12178 12472 12516 12573.5 12929 12309 Success
10:51:29PM JAPAN 26876 Success

 

1/12/2020 FTSE Closed at 6384 points. Change of 1.88%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,720,343,712 a change of -42.77%
30/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6266 points. Change of -1.59%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 9,995,620,767 a change of -0.31%
27/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6367 points. Change of 0.08%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 10,026,664,770 a change of 117.2%
26/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6362 points. Change of -0.45%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,616,288,955 a change of -37.01%
25/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6391 points. Change of -0.64%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,328,126,643 a change of -3.31%
24/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6432 points. Change of 1.56%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,578,918,377 a change of 19.1%
23/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6333 points. Change of -0.28%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,363,234,404 a change of 15.64%

Tritax Big Box 1/12/2020

#Gold #SP500 We’re intending to spend the run up to Xmas, digging out some oddball shares which appear to be showing potential. At present, the market is pretty firmly split between two classes of share. Those who’ve recovered from the March Covid-19 inspired drop and those still not recovered. Unsurprisingly, Tritax fall into the former category, the FTSE 250 member specialising in supply of unimaginative Big Box buildings for the distribution market.

Now we think about, it was inevitable these massive logistics centres, which seem to grow alongside motorway junctions, could probably be bought from a catalogue! Tritax call themselves the UK’s leading investment company focussed on larger scale logistics real estate. With the switch to online shopping, there’s a pretty certain increase in demand for this sort of unit while conventional retail establishments shut down across the UK.

 

As mentioned, Tritax share price already exceeds the level attained prior to the Coronovirus drop and currently displays the potential of some useful price movements in the future. Presently trading around the 165p mark, the share need only exceed 172p to hopefully confirm an ambition of growth to an initial 195p. If bettered, it shall be hard to discount the chances of a future 217p making itself known at some point.

Overall, the highest we can calculate works out at 239p and obviously, this does not mean the price cannot go higher. Instead, we shall need revisit the tea leaves to see beyond such a level.

 

If it all intends go wrong, Tritax share price needs slip below 239p to suggest panic, along with the risk of reversal toward 113p and hopefully a bounce.

 

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
9:59:37PM BRENT 47.69 ‘cess
10:02:33PM GOLD 1777 1763 1756 1729 1789 1789 1796 1807 1774
10:04:41PM FTSE 6267 Success
10:07:18PM FRANCE 5498
10:11:34PM GERMANY 13319 Success
10:16:18PM US500 3633 3607 3591 3569 3627 3637 3654 3674 3608 Success
10:21:00PM DOW 29680 ‘cess
10:24:50PM NASDAQ 12312 Success
10:27:02PM JAPAN 26484 ‘cess
30/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6266 points. Change of -1.59%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 9,995,620,767 a change of -0.31%
27/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6367 points. Change of 0.08%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 10,026,664,770 a change of 117.2%
26/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6362 points. Change of -0.45%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,616,288,955 a change of -37.01%
25/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6391 points. Change of -0.64%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,328,126,643 a change of -3.31%
24/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6432 points. Change of 1.56%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,578,918,377 a change of 19.1%
23/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6333 points. Change of -0.28%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,363,234,404 a change of 15.64%
20/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6351 points. Change of 0.27%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,502,683,054 a change of -22.04%

Barclays 30/11/2020

#Brent #Germany “Defending a Position” was aptly demonstrated this weekend by one of our unwanted cats. Often, folk will find themselves in a trading situation where all sorts of tactics are employed to justify making a horrible mistake in the first place. In the case of the stupid cat (is there any other type?), we witnessed truly spectacular behaviour by a cat intent tearing up its nine lives.

 

It was a typical winter weekend here in Argyll. Cold outside, wood burning stove lit, two dogs basking in the heat from the fire, dozing quite happily following an afternoon at the beach. To get into trouble, the cat needed slink past one of the Golden Retrievers, the one which utterly detests the moron. Her next obstacle, the younger dog, was sprawled in front of the fire and hogging the best heat. But the idiot cat had a plan. All it needed do was jump over the dog and land on top of the stove.

Luckily for the stupid cat, our stove doesn’t have a searingly hot cast iron plate exposed at the top. Instead, over the years, grand-children have brought unusual stones from the beach, painting some of them, creating a display on top of the fire. We’ve been quite happy with this idea as, even once the fire goes out, the stones retain residual heat for a few hours. And (aside from some stones painted with glitter) the arrangement is visually pleasing.

You would not want to pick up one of these stones while the fire is lit. But the cat decided it was as fireproof as a Formula1 driver, positioned itself on a small, very hot, sandstone block. Then it tried out a marginally less scalding pumice stone and finally opted to lie on its side on a bunch of small stones. To be honest, the entire process took a few seconds as we expected it to jump down immediately. Things started go wrong, attempting to remove the ungrateful monster from the hot rocks. A ‘hissy fit’ ensued, along with attempts to claw fingers as the animal decided it preferred being cooked rather than do anything logical. To avoid being rescued, it opted to jump down and land on the dog which hates her, causing the outbreak of World War 3.

 

The shambles was faintly reminiscent of a mistake made about 15 years ago, when convinced “Defending a Position” was something all wise traders do… Buying a share, one enthusiastically followed by many on the internet, the price sharply dropped when the company issued what was perceived as good news. Internet chatroom methodology suggested “averaging down” wouldn’t be the worst decision, resulting in the situation where the initial holding of 10,000 shares at 9p each became a holding of 50,000 shares costing an average of 3p each. Meanwhile, the share price was messing around at the 2p level but good news wasn’t far away. The company was going to offer ‘investors’ the opportunity to buy more shares at a ‘Black Friday’ price offer of 1.8p.  This was clearly a good idea, allowing further averaging down but utterly ignoring the reality of more shares diluting the overall value. Once the issue completed, the share price became quite active with the value heading toward the 1p level. The share was eventually delisted once trading was suspended.

Doubtless a few folk are reading this, remembering similar experiences over the years. We tend take an extremely suspicious stance, when companies start playing with their issued share numbers as dilution rarely has a happy ending and neither does price consolidation.

 

Of the big three retail banks, Barclays has avoided (so far) any games with its share price or issued share number since the good old days of the financial collapse in 2009, a period when life was simpler. Thankfully, it looks like December should witness some further price growth with Barclays as price movement next above just 145p calculates as capable of a visit to 154p next. If exceeded, it feels like some hesitation can be anticipated at 175p longer term, despite the Big Picture already insisting the share price is next heading to 190p as a major point of interest.

For it all to go wrong, the share needs decline below 132p as this risks a visit to 123 with secondary, if broken, at a bottom hopefully of 113p.

 

Visually this feels pretty optimistic at present. But we’re pretty sure the idiot cat was optimistic when it jumped onto a burning stove.

 

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
9:13:54PM BRENT 48.33 47.87 47.425 46.9 48.44 48.46 48.675 49.13 47.84 Shambles
1:59:02PM GOLD 1788.32 1811 1783 Success
2:01:31PM FTSE 6341.67 6377 6383 ‘cess
2:21:00PM FRANCE 5612 5578 5590 Success
2:31:26PM GERMANY 13334 13239 13214 13163 13286 13367 13381.5 13429 13296 Shambles
2:34:36PM US500 3638 ‘cess
2:44:15PM DOW 29928 ‘cess
2:46:34PM NASDAQ 12272 ‘cess
3:27:09PM JAPAN 26757 Success

 

27/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6367 points. Change of 0.08%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 10,026,664,770 a change of 117.2%
26/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6362 points. Change of -0.45%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,616,288,955 a change of -37.01%
25/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6391 points. Change of -0.64%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,328,126,643 a change of -3.31%
24/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6432 points. Change of 1.56%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,578,918,377 a change of 19.1%
23/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6333 points. Change of -0.28%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,363,234,404 a change of 15.64%
20/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6351 points. Change of 0.27%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,502,683,054 a change of -22.04%
19/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6334 points. Change of -0.8%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,058,313,031 a change of 4.8%

FTSE FRIDAY & Astrazeneca too 27/11/2020

#FTSE #WallSt This is being written under duress, the writer rapidly developing an extreme dislike for vaccines. Earlier today, the annual flu jab was administered, virtually in the GP’s car park. The practice decided their “Flu Clinic” risked being a dangerous nuisance with each treatment room needing cleaning down, after the patient was seen. Instead, patients were seen behind dividers, not allowed to sit down, and the customary cuppa while awaiting any side effects making themselves known was a distant memory.

To be fair, the process was streamlined and sitting around with a coffee whilst feeling a fraud wasn’t missed.

The dislike process comes from a stinking headache making itself known, along with a strong probability of being unable to sleep as the night progresses. Unfortunately, these symptoms occurred last year and there’s no reason to suspect this year shall be any different. Difficulty with vaccines obviously reminded that a hard look at Astrazeneca was merited, especially given the conflicting and confusing reports relating to their Covid-19 treatment, developed with Oxford Uni. News of their jag tended follow the messily beaten path trodden daily by UK politicians and a UK media always keen to find the worst aspect of events.

Day one, the Oxford/AZN vaccine was groundbreaking, cheaper, easier to distribute. By day three, the trial results were noticeably less efficient than those mentions for Pfizer and Moderna but we could be reassured this was due to a cock up in giving different doze strengths during the trial. All things considered, this version of reality appeared to follow the UK playbook, promise the world on Day One, then grudgingly give excuses thereafter. Perhaps, as all the results are preliminary, the company is in the same position as Pfizer and Moderna, all awaiting the time they can publish full results for proper scrutiny by bodies with greater skill than journalists looking for a clickbait headline.

 

Unfortunately for Astrazeneca’s share price, there are implications from the current pause in proceedings.

It closed Thursday at 7748p and now, the threat exists of weakness below 7710p triggering reversal to an initial 7232p with secondary, if broken, calculating at a bottom hopefully of 6269p hopefully. Some slight hope is generated due to movements during November as “perhaps” it shall bounce at 6735. Our normal logic suggests AZN shall deserve a Long position, should 6269 ever make an appearance. Alternately, should any miracle news drive it above 8900p, go Long and wait!

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FTSE for FRIDAY The US Thanksgiving thing sneaks up on us every year, a sensible market holiday which is easily overlooked. There’s something almost essential about a break in proceedings between August and Xmas but the FTSE eschews the opportunity. On Wall St, the market was closed for “Thanksgiving” and for Friday, it closes early at 1pm Eastern Time.

This US holiday generally spells a period of boredom for the FTSE, a session where despite any excitement, the market will doubtless close the day at the same level it opened. It can be assumed we’re not bursting with optimism for Friday. Perhaps this year shall be different, thanks to Brexit, Trump/Biden & Covid-19.

Allegedly, market strength next exceeding 6401 points should bring FTSE growth toward 6500 next with secondary, if exceeded, up at 6563 points. While there is certainly some inherent strength in the FTSE, we’re not inclined to hold our breathe for this scenario.

Instead, it appears more likely weekness below 6350 shall prove capable of a visit to 6304 points. Should such a level break, we can work out a secondary at 6267 points.

Thanks to the US holiday and experience in prior years, our thoughts lean toward only initial targets being at risk for Friday, regardless of whether it’s an UP or DOWN trigger.

Have a good weekend.

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Free First Movement for FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
10:50:48PM BRENT 47.8 47.46 47.02 48.21 48.22 48.65 47.65 ‘cess
10:55:52PM GOLD 1810.73 1803 1800 1815 1818 1823 1809
10:58:07PM FTSE 6343.62 6338 6306 6377 6384 6394 6346 ‘cess
10:59:55PM FRANCE 5562.8 5553 5541.5 5577 5579 5591 5557
11:01:51PM GERMANY 13284 13247 13220 13317 13347 13382.5 13273
11:03:32PM US500 3624.47 3615 3606.5 3630 3641 3645 3627
11:07:14PM DOW 29835 29775 29700 29880 29955 29970 29852
11:09:27PM NASDAQ 12171 12114 12072 12214 12220 12253 12170 ‘cess
11:11:12PM JAPAN 26450 26338 26270.5 26461 26527 26590 26448
26/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6362 points. Change of -0.45%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,616,288,955 a change of -37.01%
25/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6391 points. Change of -0.64%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,328,126,643 a change of -3.31%
24/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6432 points. Change of 1.56%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,578,918,377 a change of 19.1%
23/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6333 points. Change of -0.28%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,363,234,404 a change of 15.64%
20/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6351 points. Change of 0.27%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,502,683,054 a change of -22.04%
19/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6334 points. Change of -0.8%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,058,313,031 a change of 4.8%
18/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6385 points. Change of 0.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,735,334,001 a change of -10.55%

Lookers PLC for 26/11/2020

#France #Germany There’s a saying, “The Market Always Knows” and visually there can be few shares where this isn’t more evident than Lookers. Considering since 2009, the company has never declared less than £30m profit before taxes, at the end of 2015 something started to go very wrong with their share price. And when it slipped below 106p back in 2017 , the writing was pretty much on the wall for what was to come.

At the start of July this year, the company took the unusual step of suspending trading in their shares, due to an audit discovering a £300,000+ fraud which was appears to be the tip of a very expensive iceberg. Their results, finally revealed, show a loss of £46m in 2019 and of course, this was last year. Given the damage to the motor trade during Covid-19, we’re not inclined to expect anything exciting for 2020 either.

 

So, the big question must relate to the share price? Generally we avoid discussing “suspended” shares like the plague but in this instance we’re a little curious as to the future when the shares are admitted to trading again. Should the price manoeuvre below 18p, reversal to an initial 10p is anticipated. If such a level breaks, we’d hope 4.35p shall provide an ultimate bottom, along with a suitable excuse for a proper bounce. Visually, there’s even ample argument to hope for a bounce at 10p given this matches the all time low in March of this year.

Closure below 4.35p would be a really bad thing. We’re unable to calculate below this point.

 

Of course, we can easily return to our opening truism; “The Market Always Knows” as there’s a (very slight) chance all this utterly dreadful news is “priced in” with a result, when the share is relisted, some surprise recovery becomes possible. We certainly shall not be impressed unless the price exceeds 35p and rejoins the historical uptrend. Such movement is liable to prove worthwhile, capable of triggering further recovery to 40p initially with secondary, if exceeded, at 52p. Beyond such a level, we’d need to stir the tea leaves again as the potentials currently look too good to be true.

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
10:30:41PM BRENT 48.83 ‘cess
10:37:14PM GOLD 1808.4
10:41:45PM FTSE 6393
10:43:53PM FRANCE 5574.3 5542 5528 5507 5573 5591 5605 5626 5559 Shambles
10:45:50PM GERMANY 13303 13233 13187.5 13124 13316 13373 13402.5 13459 13272
10:56:48PM US500 3631.87
10:58:45PM DOW 29909 ‘cess
11:01:32PM NASDAQ 12171 ‘cess
25/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6391 points. Change of -0.64%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,328,126,643 a change of -3.31%
24/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6432 points. Change of 1.56%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,578,918,377 a change of 19.1%
23/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6333 points. Change of -0.28%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,363,234,404 a change of 15.64%
20/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6351 points. Change of 0.27%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,502,683,054 a change of -22.04%
19/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6334 points. Change of -0.8%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,058,313,031 a change of 4.8%
18/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6385 points. Change of 0.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,735,334,001 a change of -10.55%
17/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6365 points. Change of -0.87%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,529,482,132 a change of -4.74%

Remote Monitored Systems PLC 25/11/2020

#Gold #Japan For some reason, we received several emails regarding this company and their future share price prospects. Initially, slightly aghast at the very boring reason for their existence (produce systems to monitor rotating shafts!), the picture on their website of a windfarm reminded there’s more than one type of rotating shaft. Amazingly, it’s possible to relate a quite exciting rotating shaft story from personal experience.

Once upon a time, with dreams of taking a motorcycle racing, a home engineering project saw a 1970’s Triumph Bonneville engine transformed into a machine capable of delivering great things. Meticulous care was taken in the modifications, the crankshaft carefully balanced by a company famed for their jet turbine engines. Long story short, it was fast by any standards and the finished bike was within weeks of being loaded in a van for a pilgrimage to “The Island” and the TT races.

And this is where it all went wrong. At around 90mph in 2nd gear, the crankshaft decided it’d rather be somewhere else and disintegrated. Parts of the engine even pierced the petrol tank, a proper blow up. So yes, there is a good reason for LSE:RMS as sometimes, shafts go wrong. A quick perusal of YouTube reveals plenty of videos of windfarms self destructing, demonstrating a very real need to monitor rotating shafts. Another, painful, personal experience was when a propeller shaft on a motor cruiser vibrated so badly it allowed water (the stuff supposed to be outside the boat) into the hull was expensive consequences.  Needless to say, RMS also produce sensor equipment for this scenario too…

 

The company share price has been all over the place during November, producing a truly confusing picture for the immediate future. At first glance, it appears movement next below 2.45p risks quite a degree of danger, calculating with a reversal potential of 1.15p and hopefully (thanks to the immediate uptrend), a bounce.

The share has spent the last 4 sessions messing around and we’d suspect there’s some sort of hiatus while awaiting news. The price needs exceed 3p (presently 2.55p) to give hope for some strong coming movement. Such a trigger works out with an initial ambition of 4.5p with secondary, if exceeded, a slightly worrying 6.6p. We say ‘slightly worrying’, due to the visual suggestion of the price failing to exceed its prior high. This is rarely a good signal.

Overall, if the market is paused, awaiting an important news release, the highest we can currently calculate is 7.5p. Anything capable of exceeding such a level enters a brave new world for the longer term.

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
10:20:19PM BRENT 47.81 ‘cess
10:23:44PM GOLD 1807.82 1798 1794 1754 1817 1829 1839.5 1853 1819 Success
10:25:48PM FTSE 6456 Success
10:35:05PM FRANCE 5578.3 Success
10:50:57PM GERMANY 13342 ‘cess
10:56:57PM US500 3639 Success
10:58:45PM DOW 30092 Success
11:00:26PM NASDAQ 12103 11874 11802 11701 11980 12105 12129 12237 12004 ‘cess
11:03:02PM JAPAN 26461 Success
24/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6432 points. Change of 1.56%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,578,918,377 a change of 19.1%
23/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6333 points. Change of -0.28%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,363,234,404 a change of 15.64%
20/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6351 points. Change of 0.27%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,502,683,054 a change of -22.04%
19/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6334 points. Change of -0.8%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,058,313,031 a change of 4.8%
18/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6385 points. Change of 0.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,735,334,001 a change of -10.55%
17/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6365 points. Change of -0.87%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,529,482,132 a change of -4.74%
16/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6421 points. Change of 1.66%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,904,150,149 a change of 37.1%

Cineworld for 24/11/2020

#FTSE #Gold It’s funny, two business’ drastically affected by Covid-19 really depend on “bums on seats”. One, the airline industry, specialises in making posteriors as uncomfortable as possible whereas the other, cinema’s, focus on making being trapped in a Petri dish for 150 minutes a comfortable experience. With a potential Covid-19 vaccine coming along, it’s entirely possible these industries shall experience strong share price recovery.

In world of cinema, substantial numbers of blockbuster movies were shelved during lockdown and hopefully, as immunisations progress during 2021, we shall see people lured to screenings as the latest feature of Mission Impossible, Bond, Kingsman, Dune, Ghostbusters,  or whatever, proves irresistible. When added to the promise of comfy seats, it’s easy to suspect the industry should experience a strong bounce back. We’re not so sure about airline industry passengers rushing to embrace being stuck in an uncomfortable metal tube for a few hours, and think air travel may take longer to recover.

Unless, of course, the new screening of ‘Fantastic Beasts’ is included in the price of a ticket to Majorca and passenger comfort is given better focus, especially due to reduced numbers of flyers!

 

To return to Cineworld, for a while it was reputedly one of the most shorted shares out there. Despite the company share price presently trading miles below its Big Picture ultimate bottom (165p!), when we last took a hard look at the company, we mentioned a potential bottom ambition of 9p due to its moves during 2020 and lockdown. When the price eventually spiked downward, the lowest achieved was 15p and this perhaps implies some hidden strength. As a result, we’re going to review some growth potentials thanks to movement since the start of November.

Presently trading around 55p, it looks like movement above 60p should bring recovery toward an initial 80p. If opting to play safe, waiting until the share exceeds its previous high of 67p makes sense but visually, this is already giving hope. Should 80p be bettered, we can calculate future movement to 110p, potentially breaking above the downtrend since 2019.

Closure above 110p will be regarded as a big deal, calculating with the potential of blockbuster growth to 182p, virtually equalling the price before Covid-19 started to do its worst in February this year. Beyond such a level, we shall need take a further look at the tea leaves.

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
9:45:44PM BRENT 45.85 Success
10:09:40PM GOLD 1838.12 1829 1808 1798 1868 1844 1847 1853 1834 Success
10:22:55PM FTSE 6355.24 6320 6296 6264 6360 6392 6402.5 6430 6342
10:31:42PM FRANCE 5510.8 Success
10:33:46PM GERMANY 13193 Success
10:35:49PM US500 3579.24
10:38:26PM DOW 29616 ‘cess
10:42:03PM NASDAQ 11920 ‘cess
10:46:00PM JAPAN 25939
23/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6333 points. Change of -0.28%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,363,234,404 a change of 15.64%
20/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6351 points. Change of 0.27%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,502,683,054 a change of -22.04%
19/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6334 points. Change of -0.8%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,058,313,031 a change of 4.8%
18/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6385 points. Change of 0.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,735,334,001 a change of -10.55%
17/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6365 points. Change of -0.87%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,529,482,132 a change of -4.74%
16/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6421 points. Change of 1.66%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,904,150,149 a change of 37.1%
13/11/2020 FTSE Closed at 6316 points. Change of -0.35%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,765,436,391 a change of -7.44%