#Gold #SP500 Will Florida be cheaper for an Easter Break or February skiing in Colorado? Or even, is it worth holding off buying a Gulfstream to escape the UK? These questions, and more, have not been asked of us (yet) despite Sterling started to exhibit strength against the US Dollar. With British tourists as welcome internationally as an unwrapped Mars Bar floating in a swimming pool, the UK currency could be expected to behave oddly. It has certainly obliged.


With the Sterling/US Dollar pairing trading above the critical 1.35 level, some real hope is possible for the future for those folk planning on taking their kids to the hell which is Disney Florida. Doubtless, ongoing travel bans contribute to the utter lack of folk emailing to ask about the US Dollar. The January eruption of holiday adverts of TV invariably promotes questions about buying the dollar now or holding off for a while.

We suspect, this year, the relationship should continue to firm up. Strength anytime soon above 1.37 looks pretty capable of bringing 1.388 with secondary, if exceeded, a rather more attractive 1.440. Visually, the secondary is fairly interesting, taking the pair to the same level as 2018’s high and suggesting the presence of a Glass Ceiling, along with inevitable hesitation in a rise. What REALLY surprises us for the longer term is a calculation (if any of this scenario plays out) which gives 1.734 as a viable Big Picture ambition sometime in the presumably distant future. This would suggest the idea of a future return to the level which ruled from 2009 through to 2014, a pleasant concept as it again promises a level where some turbulence can be expected.


If it all intends go wrong, the pairing needs reverse below 1.310. Maybe the rest of the world shall not prove keen on “UK Mutant Covid-19” proving our most successful export… assuming such a thing even exists and isn’t a figment in the rabid imagination of a journalist.


Hey, chart goes here

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
10:04:03PM BRENT 53.56 ‘cess
10:05:34PM GOLD 1950.37 1936 1930.5 1923 1946 1953 1954.5 1960 1943
10:07:35PM FTSE 6628 Shambles
10:10:11PM FRANCE 5581.4 Ditto
10:12:30PM GERMANY 13695.3 as above
10:14:49PM US500 3726.07 3681 3673 3651 3713 3734 3740 3767 3695 Success
10:17:18PM DOW 30403 Success
10:30:24PM NASDAQ 12816 ‘cess
10:32:35PM JAPAN 27132


5/01/2021 FTSE Closed at 6612 points. Change of 0.62%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,926,938,806 a change of -22.87%
4/01/2021 FTSE Closed at 6571 points. Change of 0.24%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,387,934,113 a change of 115.76%
30/12/2020 FTSE Closed at 6555 points. Change of -0.71%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 2,960,610,483 a change of -37.96%
29/12/2020 FTSE Closed at 6602 points. Change of -100%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,771,921,591 a change of 0%
28/12/2020 FTSE Closed at 6502 points. Change of 0%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 1,908,434,539 a change of 0%

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