Easyjet Plc (LSE:EZJ), ready to soar or sore?

#Gold #Stoxx

We quite cruelly refer to market price gaps at the open of trade as “manipulation”. Our reasoning is quite basic, if no-one was able to trade, how else can the market justify the price movement? But if manipulation is your thing, few shares prove quite as fascinating as Easyjet, a share where we’ve been painting little red circles since 2020 on inexplicable price movements.

There are a lot, an awful lot, roughly 10 per year.

From our perspective, it’s a sodding nuisance as software likes data which makes sense. When gaps in the trading value of shares appear, they provoke a degree of confusion and led us to introduce a little piggy bank of gap values against shares. These accumulating values essentially allow for Plus or Minus parameters in any major price movement. To be fair, we’ve as little confidence in this logic proving correct or having any hope the reader will understand the point being made.

 

With Easyjet, the confusion is strong with this one. We reviewed the share a couple of months ago, promising we’d revisit if the price closed above our 355p target level.

Trading around 390p at time of writing, the share price needs exceed just 415p to give considerable hope for an ascent to an initial 457p with secondary, if bettered, at a longer term 572p. So far, so good, unless we throw a spanner in the works and take account of manipulation gaps. Above our secondary hovers a third level calculation at 793p, a number which visually even looks sane! Our confidence always increases, when target values match historic highs or lows. In the case of the 800p level, the share price has tended to pivot above and below for quite a while.

 

Unfortunately, this is Easyjet and we’re a little worried at the effort employed to stop the share price from closing above Blue, the downtrend since pre-pandemic 2020. If this avoidance of the trend proves correct, below 370p risks promoting reversal to an initial 323p with secondary, if broken, down at 258p.

We think Easyjet shall offer a surprise and head to 572p next.

 

 

 

FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
10:00:22PM BRENT 86.78
10:03:43PM GOLD 1770.08 1757 1754 1749 1765 1771 1776 1780 1757 ‘cess
10:07:01PM FTSE 7615.89 Success
10:19:35PM STOX50 4019.2 3941 3912 3876 3971 4020 4037 4031 3988 ditto
10:26:50PM GERMANY 14588
10:28:41PM US500 4086 Success
10:30:59PM DOW 34565 ditto
10:33:31PM NASDAQ 12048.8 ditto
10:35:45PM JAPAN 28361 ditto

 

30/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7573 points. Change of 0.81%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 8,552,950,993 a change of 45.26%
29/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7512 points. Change of 0.51%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,887,947,739 a change of 42.84%
28/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7474 points. Change of -0.16%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,121,947,461 a change of -6.58%
25/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7486 points. Change of 0.27%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,412,047,721 a change of 36.26%
24/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7466 points. Change of 0.01%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,237,992,179 a change of -28.67%
23/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7465 points. Change of 0.17%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,539,480,951 a change of 32.52%
22/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7452 points. Change of 1.03%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,425,428,256 a change of -30.51%

SUCCESS above means both FAST & SLOW targets were met. ‘CESS means just the FAST target met and probably the next time it is exceeded, movement to the SLOW target shall commence.

Our commentary is in two sections. Immediately below are today’s updated comments. If our commentary remains valid, the share can be found in the bottom section which has a RED heading. Hopefully, this will mean you no longer need to flip back through previous reports. HYPERLINKS DISABLED IN THIS VERSION

Please remember, all prices are mid-price (halfway between the Buy and Sell). When we refer to a price CLOSING above a specific level, we are viewing the point where we can regard a trend as changing. Otherwise, we are simply speculating on near term trading targets. Our website is www.trendsandtargets.com.

UPDATE. We often give an initial and a secondary price. If the initial is exceeded, we still expect it to fall back but the next time the initial is bettered, the price should continue to the secondary. The converse it true with price drops.

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LSE:OCDO Ocado Plc. Close Mid-Price: 622.6 Percentage Change: + 0.91% Day High: 634.2 Day Low: 613

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Nasdaq and Wall Street (NASDAQi:NDX & DOWi:DJI), a tale of two index

#FTSE #Nasdaq

Perception can be a strange thing. After falling on wet decking, a visit to A&E seemed wise, a visit which, if the media were believed would be a nightmare of epic proportions. Obviously NHS Scotland is different but, 60 minutes later and advised not to drive for 24 hours, I was sent home with a little pat on the head. (Not kidding!) Concussion seems unlikely.

Sometimes, a little extra work is required, taking a “belt & braces” approach to a subject and currently, the US Nasdaq market is providing a quite amazing masterclass in chart behaviour. Recently, we’ve written at length on how important it can be, when a price or value exceeds the level of a previous trend break.

The Nasdaq, presently trading around 11,500, managed this feat back in October but essentially has failed to launch. This is rather odd, given Wall St has been enjoying its own little party and looks capable of continuing the festivities. For the Nasdaq, the trend break level was identical to the current value of the index, so perhaps we’re witnessing the phenomena of “backtesting” (we’re not, the idea is a fallacy). Instead, there’s something rather strange going on, the reasons for which defeat us but, also serve to present an opportunity for a future Long position.

The chart below has a couple of extracts, giving Nasdaq price movements since September. For reasons known only to the gods of the market, the Nasdaq has not yet closed above the prior Red trend, instead carefully assigned a place mumbling along just below the Red trend line. This sort of behaviour, while defying logic, comes with a pretty confident promise.

Should the Nasdaq opt to close a session above Red, it’s almost certainly intending to head up. At present, this implies a requirement for the index to close above 11,870 points as a cycle to 12,734 points shall hopefully commence. Any stop loss can usually be extremely tight in this circumstance, so it’s perhaps worth keeping an eye on.

 

As usual, we can present a converse scenario, one which isn’t particularly exciting as it suggests weakness below 11,600 threatens reversal to 11,237 with secondary, if broken, at 10,986 and ideally a bounce. The index needs below 10,600 to allude the need for running shoes.

Wall Street Above, we mentioned it being party time for Wall St. Some of the numbers are truly impressive as we’re not used to presenting scenario with 1,000+ point jump potentials.

Currently, above 34,387 calculates as capable of a lift to 35,000 next with our secondary, if exceeded, working out at 36,145 points. This ambition almost matches the highs experienced by Wall St at the start of this year and should the US primary market want to send a message of “everything is rosy”, we can now calculate a third level ambition at an eventual 37,100 points and a new all time high.

If things intend going wrong for the DOW, closure below 33,300 will serve to give early warning as this risks triggering reversal to an initial 32,667 points with secondary, if broken, at 32,045 points and hopefully a bounce.

 

FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
9:05:37PM FTSE 7538 7487 7479 7458 7515 7542 7553 7572 7500 Success
9:07:39PM BRENT 84.62 Success
9:10:00PM GOLD 1748.96 ‘cess
9:11:53PM STOX50 3949 ‘cess
9:14:33PM GERMANY 14409
9:28:26PM US500 3954.72
9:31:12PM DOW 33846
9:33:08PM NASDAQ 11494 11442 11374 11194 11579 11682 11769 11878 11608 ‘cess
9:35:41PM JAPAN 27979 ‘cess

 

29/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7512 points. Change of 0.51%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,887,947,739 a change of 42.84%
28/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7474 points. Change of -0.16%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,121,947,461 a change of -6.58%
25/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7486 points. Change of 0.27%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,412,047,721 a change of 36.26%
24/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7466 points. Change of 0.01%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,237,992,179 a change of -28.67%
23/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7465 points. Change of 0.17%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,539,480,951 a change of 32.52%
22/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7452 points. Change of 1.03%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,425,428,256 a change of -30.51%
21/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7376 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,929,378,651 a change of -6.71%

SUCCESS above means both FAST & SLOW targets were met. ‘CESS means just the FAST target met and probably the next time it is exceeded, movement to the SLOW target shall commence.

Our commentary is in two sections. Immediately below are today’s updated comments. If our commentary remains valid, the share can be found in the bottom section which has a RED heading. Hopefully, this will mean you no longer need to flip back through previous reports. HYPERLINKS DISABLED IN THIS VERSION

Please remember, all prices are mid-price (halfway between the Buy and Sell). When we refer to a price CLOSING above a specific level, we are viewing the point where we can regard a trend as changing. Otherwise, we are simply speculating on near term trading targets. Our website is www.trendsandtargets.com.

UPDATE. We often give an initial and a secondary price. If the initial is exceeded, we still expect it to fall back but the next time the initial is bettered, the price should continue to the secondary. The converse it true with price drops.

We can be contacted at info@trendsandtargets.com. Spam filters set to maximum so only legit emails get through…

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LSE:DGE Diageo Close Mid-Price: 3768 Percentage Change: -0.48% Day High: 3812.5 Day Low: 3763.5

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LSE:GLEN Glencore Xstra. Close Mid-Price: 550.8 Percentage Change: + 2.32% Day High: 552.4 Day Low: 539.1

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LSE:NWG Natwest. Close Mid-Price: 260.5 Percentage Change: + 2.32% Day High: 261.4 Day Low: 254.2

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LSE:TERN Tern Plc. Close Mid-Price: 10.75 Percentage Change: + 4.88% Day High: 11.25 Day Low: 10.25

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Unilever Plc (LSE:ULVR), escaping the ice cream meltdown?

#Gold #SP500

Unilever are engrossed in a pantomime legal dispute with a company they own, the Ben & Jerry’s brand. The levels of hilarity are already at 11 on a scale of 1 to 10. We’re boycotting Israel, announce the ice cream company. Oh No You’re Not, says their owner, Oh Yes We Are, say Ben & Jerry’s board. Unilever opted to stop paying board members who refused to fall in line.

Additionally, Unilever establish another company to market Ben & Jerry’s product in Israel, an easy task as they already own the company.

A group of 28 managers within Ben & Jerry opted to write to the CEO of Unilever, protesting what was going on and complaining Unilever were impeding their activism in Israel. The whole thing is starting to sound similar to the can of worms Mr Musk uncovered with his takeover of Twitter, a corporate body hosting a management structure which has managed to forget why they’re in business. The oil companies (and tobacco industry) are old hands at this game, pretending to care but in reality, they are in business to make money. Admittedly, BP pulled a classic on the public back in 2004, their “caring” advertising campaign encouraging each member of the public to be aware about reducing their personal carbon footprint.

The phrase has become a fixture in the climate change chorus book.

The reality is BP’s adverting folk were under extreme pressure from corporate to “do something” about the bad PR the company faced (around 8 companies worldwide apparently produce around 80% of pollution) and some genius came up with the idea of blaming the public. The entire concept of a Personal Carbon Footprint, invented by a marketing department, ensured the corporate could continue with their behaviour unchanged.

But when managers in a business start talking about “our activism”, surely it’s time for eyebrows to head upward. The forthcoming court case should prove interesting, a company essentially at war with itself.

 

However, with regard Unilever share price, things are looking tastier than Ben & Jerry’s ice cream which, in solidarity with my allergy to egg, remains untried.

The immediate situation suggests movement exceeding 4163p should make a recovery attempt to 4239 next with secondary, if beaten, calculating at a very viable looking 4553p. This secondary target level should prove crucial from a Big Picture perspective as closure above such a level places the share “at risk” of a future attempt at 5460p and a new all time high.

For everything to go horribly wrong, their share price needs close a session below 3800p.

 

FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
10:23:29PM BRENT 83.28 Success
10:25:21PM GOLD 1740.16 1739 1737 1728 1747 1752 1757 1763 1743 Success
10:28:06PM FTSE 7475
10:30:01PM STOX50 3931.5 Success
10:34:34PM GERMANY 14360 Success
10:37:18PM US500 3967.72 3955 3927 3921 3998 4012 4021 4043 3980 Success
10:39:40PM DOW 33852.9 Success
10:41:59PM NASDAQ 11607 Success
10:43:49PM JAPAN 28081

 

28/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7474 points. Change of -0.16%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,121,947,461 a change of -6.58%
25/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7486 points. Change of 0.27%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,412,047,721 a change of 36.26%
24/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7466 points. Change of 0.01%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,237,992,179 a change of -28.67%
23/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7465 points. Change of 0.17%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,539,480,951 a change of 32.52%
22/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7452 points. Change of 1.03%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,425,428,256 a change of -30.51%
21/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7376 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,929,378,651 a change of -6.71%
18/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7385 points. Change of -100%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,283,705,968 a change of 0%

SUCCESS above means both FAST & SLOW targets were met. ‘CESS means just the FAST target met and probably the next time it is exceeded, movement to the SLOW target shall commence.

Our commentary is in two sections. Immediately below are today’s updated comments. If our commentary remains valid, the share can be found in the bottom section which has a RED heading. Hopefully, this will mean you no longer need to flip back through previous reports. HYPERLINKS DISABLED IN THIS VERSION

Please remember, all prices are mid-price (halfway between the Buy and Sell). When we refer to a price CLOSING above a specific level, we are viewing the point where we can regard a trend as changing. Otherwise, we are simply speculating on near term trading targets. Our website is www.trendsandtargets.com.

UPDATE. We often give an initial and a secondary price. If the initial is exceeded, we still expect it to fall back but the next time the initial is bettered, the price should continue to the secondary. The converse it true with price drops.

We can be contacted at info@trendsandtargets.com. Spam filters set to maximum so only legit emails get through…

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LSE:IQE IQE. Close Mid-Price: 51.7 Percentage Change: + 3.19% Day High: 52.4 Day Low: 49.75

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LSE:SCLP Scancell. Close Mid-Price: 25.1 Percentage Change: + 10.57% Day High: 25.35 Day Low: 22.65

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LSE:TERN Tern Plc. Close Mid-Price: 10.25 Percentage Change: + 13.89% Day High: 10.25 Day Low: 9

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Barclays Plc (LSE:BARC) in lights

 #Brent #Dax

As we approach December, it’s becoming clear how similar this time of year is to spring but not in a global warming sense. Instead, we start to see the first glimmers of illuminated garden ornaments sprout in the first weeks of November and, with the month running downhill into the festive season, things start to exhibit the occasional Full Blown Santa mode.

We can close at home upon being asked to paint the Xmas tree. My wife had a cunning plan last year, instead of burning the old tree, keep it and paint it white once all the needles fell off. For eleven months, the old Xmas tree was dumped in the forest and, upon being reminded, a shock awaited. There’s an entire industry dedicated to reducing pine needles falling off trees but, if ignored, it seems the things retain their needles without difficulty. Obviously, there was a simple fix, just chuck it over the 7 metre cliff at the top of the garden, the theory being a good shock would dislodge the brown foliage. The thing tumbled down in a cloud of needles but, when examined, every branch still looked like it retained its plumage. Taking inspiration from a John Cleese sketch, the next idea was to give it a good thrashing, the detritus on ground suggesting the plan had worked. But once again, the bulk of the tree remained covered in needles.

Eventually, the job had to be done by hand, wearing thick gloves and rubbing along every single little branch and twig. Eventually, we had a naked tree, ready to be spray painted which but unfortunately, there was now a problem. It was 3pm and here in the Scottish mountains, it’s getting dark. As a result, the project is delayed until next weekend which is fine, ‘cos Xmas decorations shouldn’t start to sprout until December or, during a pandemic.

 

The simile with the famed John Cleese sketch, giving his car a good thrashing with a branch, popped to mind while this uncooperative pine tree was being swung against an innocent beech tree as we knew we were writing about Barclays. Three weeks ago when we covered the share, our first criteria was a scenario where above 155p should trigger movement to 160p initially. The last week saw this ambition attained, their share price reaching a magnificent 160.22p twice! The price clearly needs a good thrashing…

Our inclination is to take some hope from two directions.

By a spiteful 0.22p, the price did exceed our initial target, creating a situation where above 160.22p should need provoke an initial 169p with our longer term secondary, should this level be exceeded, now calculating at 187p.

Additionally, there’s the behaviour of the share price since it regained the Red uptrend since the pandemic crash of 2020. As the chart inset highlights, the market is taking extraordinary lengths to maintain Barclays share price in comparative safety above the trend, generally a pretty confident signal for the future.

Their share price would require to slip below 148p to give the first signal of real trouble ahead, threatening an initial 138p with secondary, if broken, a less confident looking 128p. Goodness knows why the reversal projection is in 10p increments.

Numbers are like pine needles, there’s far too many of them.

FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop
8:38:38PM BRENT 83.98 83.54 82.42 80.93 85.75 86.89 87.42 88.59 85.08
8:41:13PM GOLD 1755.38
8:42:48PM FTSE 7483
8:56:44PM STOX50 3963
5:00:52PM GERMANY 14548 14489 14452 14408 14558 14584 14604 14640 14532
5:02:15PM US500 4027
5:05:14PM DOW 34360.5
5:06:48PM NASDAQ 11768
5:08:45PM JAPAN 28417

 

25/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7486 points. Change of 0.27%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,412,047,721 a change of 36.26%
24/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7466 points. Change of 0.01%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,237,992,179 a change of -28.67%
23/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7465 points. Change of 0.17%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,539,480,951 a change of 32.52%
22/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7452 points. Change of 1.03%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,425,428,256 a change of -30.51%
21/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7376 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,929,378,651 a change of -6.71%
18/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7385 points. Change of 0.53%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,283,705,968 a change of 16.51%
17/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7346 points. Change of -0.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,534,930,132 a change of -10.24%

SUCCESS above means both FAST & SLOW targets were met. ‘CESS means just the FAST target met and probably the next time it is exceeded, movement to the SLOW target shall commence.

Our commentary is in two sections. Immediately below are today’s updated comments. If our commentary remains valid, the share can be found in the bottom section which has a RED heading. Hopefully, this will mean you no longer need to flip back through previous reports. HYPERLINKS DISABLED IN THIS VERSION

Please remember, all prices are mid-price (halfway between the Buy and Sell). When we refer to a price CLOSING above a specific level, we are viewing the point where we can regard a trend as changing. Otherwise, we are simply speculating on near term trading targets. Our website is www.trendsandtargets.com.

UPDATE. We often give an initial and a secondary price. If the initial is exceeded, we still expect it to fall back but the next time the initial is bettered, the price should continue to the secondary. The converse it true with price drops.

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LSE:IGG IG Group. Close Mid-Price: 828 Percentage Change: + 0.18% Day High: 834 Day Low: 822

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LSE:LLOY Lloyds Grp.. Close Mid-Price: 46.31 Percentage Change: + 0.81% Day High: 47.35 Day Low: 45.8

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LSE:SCLP Scancell. Close Mid-Price: 22.7 Percentage Change: + 9.40% Day High: 22.85 Day Low: 20.75

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Our FTSE for FRIDAY (FTSE:UKX) , amazing potentials 

#FTSE #GOLD

The first 24 hours, following the Flu & Covid vaccine treatments have proven, personally, singularly unpleasant. Everything is sore and worse, the promised fever made itself known a few hours ago. This is nothing like flu, just horribly uncomfortable, and I’d suggest booking the following day off work, if you’re the sort of person who experiences side effects from meds.

Feeling able to take the dog out, we bumped into “Gerty” (another golden retriever) and her owner. Thankfully, when our pair of animals get together, they run around like lunatics. But Gerty’s owner had a tale to tell. She works for a household name luxury brand company, constantly adding and removing products from their website. As she works from home, she’s quite able to define her own hours but a new manager tried to cause an issue. The corporate decided they’d follow the Black Friday discount path in the UK, introducing a 10% price reduction from 3am on Friday morning. The new manager asked if my chum would work during the night, reducing every single product price.

Blinking frantically, she did a quick tally of their vast range of luxury goods, advising the new manager if she were to re-price everything, she’d be lucky to complete the job by Monday. The bloke tried to dig his heels in until she suggested he contact their IT department, just to introduce a Black Friday discount on the checkout page. The manager finally conceded re-pricing over 3,000 products individually was liable to prove impossible.

On the bright side, meeting another dog walker allowed her to unload her irritation while our dogs ran each other ragged.

It occurs, there’s probably been many days when anger at the way the markets behave ensured another dog walker becoming the victim of a frustrated boring lecture. This week is certainly proving a perfect example, very little actually happening thanks to Turkey Day in the US, followed by a day shopping and shooting at each other.

 

However, despite the US teetering on the edge of festive malaise, the FTSE is still trying to head upward. albeit in tiny little increments.

Currently, it appears 7509 points should provide a solid trigger level, one capable of projecting the index to a tame 7535 points next. If triggered, the tightest stop is massive, requiring 7423 points. The reason behind this is quite extraordinary; our secondary, longer term, target level works out at 7777 points!

Our converse scenario suggests weakness below 7423 threatens reversal to an initial 7406 points with secondary, if broken, working out at 7389 points.

We suspect some near term reversals, until Wall St gets its head back in order. Have a good weekend, even without Formula 1…

 

FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
9:21:03PM FTSE 7468.5 7440 7411 7476 7490 7496 7456
9:47:29PM BRENT 85.07 83.88 82.5 84.89 85.78 86.06 84.5
9:49:14PM GOLD 1757.01 1752 1750 1757 1759 1762 1752 ‘cess
9:51:41PM STOX50 3966 3945 3934 3968 3977 4029 3922 Success
9:53:35PM GERMANY 14557.5 14473 14446 14531 14575 14591 14533
9:55:18PM US500 4040.45 4030 4026 4041 4043 4047 4030
9:57:25PM DOW 34271 34209 34174 34283 34306 34338 34241
10:13:19PM NASDAQ 11900 11845 11827 11883 11916 11961 11847
10:15:03PM JAPAN 28362 28319 28261 28390 28492 28546 28327

 

24/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7466 points. Change of 0.01%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,237,992,179 a change of -28.67%
23/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7465 points. Change of 0.17%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,539,480,951 a change of 32.52%
22/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7452 points. Change of 1.03%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,425,428,256 a change of -30.51%
21/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7376 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,929,378,651 a change of -6.71%
18/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7385 points. Change of 0.53%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,283,705,968 a change of 16.51%
17/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7346 points. Change of -0.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,534,930,132 a change of -10.24%
15/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7369 points. Change of -100%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,052,481,735 a change of 0%

SUCCESS above means both FAST & SLOW targets were met. ‘CESS means just the FAST target met and probably the next time it is exceeded, movement to the SLOW target shall commence.

Our commentary is in two sections. Immediately below are today’s updated comments. If our commentary remains valid, the share can be found in the bottom section which has a RED heading. Hopefully, this will mean you no longer need to flip back through previous reports. HYPERLINKS DISABLED IN THIS VERSION

Please remember, all prices are mid-price (halfway between the Buy and Sell). When we refer to a price CLOSING above a specific level, we are viewing the point where we can regard a trend as changing. Otherwise, we are simply speculating on near term trading targets. Our website is www.trendsandtargets.com.

UPDATE. We often give an initial and a secondary price. If the initial is exceeded, we still expect it to fall back but the next time the initial is bettered, the price should continue to the secondary. The converse it true with price drops.

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LSE:BARC Barclays. Close Mid-Price: 159.42 Percentage Change: + 0.72% Day High: 160.22 Day Low: 158.08

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LSE:CBX Cellular Goods Close Mid-Price: 1.43 Percentage Change: -1.72% Day High: 1.45 Day Low: 1.43

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LSE:CNA Centrica. Close Mid-Price: 95.82 Percentage Change: + 1.23% Day High: 96.56 Day Low: 95.06

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LSE:FRES Fresnillo. Close Mid-Price: 899.6 Percentage Change: + 0.92% Day High: 900.6 Day Low: 884

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LSE:HIK Hikma Close Mid-Price: 1507.5 Percentage Change: -0.23% Day High: 1541.5 Day Low: 1502

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LSE:LLOY Lloyds Grp.. Close Mid-Price: 45.94 Percentage Change: + 1.00% Day High: 46.18 Day Low: 45.45

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LSE:MKS Marks and Spencer. Close Mid-Price: 126.75 Percentage Change: + 0.88% Day High: 128.3 Day Low: 125.05

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LSE:OXIG Oxford Instruments Close Mid-Price: 2180 Percentage Change: -1.36% Day High: 2255 Day Low: 2170

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LSE:SBRY Sainsbury. Close Mid-Price: 226.1 Percentage Change: + 1.25% Day High: 227.2 Day Low: 223.4

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LSE:SCLP Scancell. Close Mid-Price: 20.75 Percentage Change: + 9.21% Day High: 21.05 Day Low: 19.12

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LSE:TSCO Tesco. Close Mid-Price: 237.6 Percentage Change: + 0.64% Day High: 238.4 Day Low: 235.7

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LSE:VOD Vodafone Close Mid-Price: 92.67 Percentage Change: -2.10% Day High: 92.9 Day Low: 89.91

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Shell Plc (LSE:SHEL), more profits due?

#Brent #Nasdaq

An unexpected advantage of receiving the Covid/Flu vaccines is a surprise inability to hear the faux screams of impoverished politicians confronted with Shell’s recent incursion into the kingdom of obscene profits, largely due to profiteering. A strange side effect is similar to a head cold, my hearing ability currently resembling someone wearing headphones, while listening to Yoko Ono music.

I’m told to anticipate also enjoying a fever, sometime within the next 36 hours.

However, looking at the bar chart which supplies Shell’s performance each quarter since 2008, there was an immediate temptation to grab the numbers and run a series of calculations similar to those we use for shares. Unless Shell are careful, it looks like their next 1/4 report in January should be in the region of 11bn again, slightly below their July figure from earlier this year but a whimsical 2bn above Octobers figures, a number which doesn’t sound like it shall leave the company destitute. It’ll certainly be interesting to see how valid this projection proves, especially as oil prices continue to relaxThe company also announced the 5th increase in the level of dividend, since the pandemic low.

Hopefully the company remember to secrete some of their profits for the future, in preparation for future business interruptions.

Currently, Shell appear to be enjoying some useful potentials as we’ve two distinctly separate formula, each pointing at a future attempt around 2800p. We’re a little curious about this ambition as it visually challenges the high of 2018, when the share price reached 2810p. Our future target is marginally below the previous high, a reality which may prove problematic.

At time of writing, Shell are trading around 2356p and above just 2483p should be sufficient to kick-off another share price surge, giving an initial target at 2577p with our secondary, if beaten, calculating at 2797p and some almost certain hesitation. As always, we’ve an alternate scenario, one which suggests weakness below 2248p risks promoting reversal to an initial 2011 with our secondary, if broken, coming along at 1866p and a possible bounce.

FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
10:35:37PM BRENT 84.64 83.88 83.03 80.92 86.23 86.24 86.715 87.66 84.42 Success
10:39:18PM GOLD 1751.51 ‘cess
10:43:04PM FTSE 7464 ‘cess
10:45:00PM STOX50 3954
10:51:57PM GERMANY 14448
10:53:41PM US500 4035.32 ‘cess
10:56:25PM DOW 34250.7 Success
10:58:12PM NASDAQ 11858 11689 11635 11558 11765 11868 11918 11980 11708 Success
11:00:52PM JAPAN 28344 ‘cess

 

23/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7465 points. Change of 0.17%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,539,480,951 a change of 32.52%
22/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7452 points. Change of 1.03%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,425,428,256 a change of -30.51%
21/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7376 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,929,378,651 a change of -6.71%
18/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7385 points. Change of 0.53%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,283,705,968 a change of 16.51%
17/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7346 points. Change of -0.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,534,930,132 a change of -10.24%
15/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7369 points. Change of -0.22%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,052,481,735 a change of -8.73%
14/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7385 points. Change of -100%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,535,819,308 a change of 0%

SUCCESS above means both FAST & SLOW targets were met. ‘CESS means just the FAST target met and probably the next time it is exceeded, movement to the SLOW target shall commence.

Our commentary is in two sections. Immediately below are today’s updated comments. If our commentary remains valid, the share can be found in the bottom section which has a RED heading. Hopefully, this will mean you no longer need to flip back through previous reports. HYPERLINKS DISABLED IN THIS VERSION

Please remember, all prices are mid-price (halfway between the Buy and Sell). When we refer to a price CLOSING above a specific level, we are viewing the point where we can regard a trend as changing. Otherwise, we are simply speculating on near term trading targets. Our website is www.trendsandtargets.com.

UPDATE. We often give an initial and a secondary price. If the initial is exceeded, we still expect it to fall back but the next time the initial is bettered, the price should continue to the secondary. The converse it true with price drops.

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LSE:AGM Applied Graphene Close Mid-Price: 3.35 Percentage Change: -31.63% Day High: 4.75 Day Low: 3.25

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LSE:FRES Fresnillo. Close Mid-Price: 891.4 Percentage Change: + 0.61% Day High: 895.4 Day Low: 877.6

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LSE:HIK Hikma. Close Mid-Price: 1511 Percentage Change: + 2.65% Day High: 1516 Day Low: 1466

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LSE:IQE IQE. Close Mid-Price: 50 Percentage Change: + 1.42% Day High: 50.6 Day Low: 49

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LSE:NG. National Glib. Close Mid-Price: 1032 Percentage Change: + 0.05% Day High: 1040.5 Day Low: 1025.5

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LSE:OXIG Oxford Instruments. Close Mid-Price: 2210 Percentage Change: + 1.14% Day High: 2220 Day Low: 2140

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LSE:SBRY Sainsbury. Close Mid-Price: 223.3 Percentage Change: + 1.18% Day High: 224.4 Day Low: 217.6

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LSE:SRP Serco Close Mid-Price: 168 Percentage Change: -1.23% Day High: 174.5 Day Low: 167.8

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hVIVO Plc, testing new highs?

#FTSE #WallSt

A letter on the desk is focussing the mind, unfortunately in entirely the wrong direction. It’s an invitation to receive not one BUT two vaccinations (Flu & Covid) at 2pm today, Wednesday 23rd November. One, the flu jab, a product which now appears to give no side effects. This wasn’t always the case, the annual injection often dreaded as it ensured 24 hours of feeling rubbish.

One year, there was no doubt the flu jab tricked my body into developing flu the following night, literally every single symptom being experienced between midnight and roughly 3am. And then, like a politicians promise, it vanished and I felt like a fraud. The other injection being received is the 5th Covid-19 shot, a product of often quite hysterical debate on social media but as someone prone to collecting side effects from medications, previous Covid jabs made me feel a bit out of sorts the next day and that’s it.

 

It’s therefore quite apt we’re taking a glance at hVIVO (formerly known as Open Orphan Plc), a company who regard themselves as a world leader in testing infectious and respiratory disease vaccines. Their company website actually manages to make their testing regime quite interesting, without trying to dazzle the reader with an overdose of technical gibberish.

For some reason, their share price is performing in a fairly interesting fashion at present.

We suspect it now needs only exceed 15.5p next to hopefully trigger further gains toward an initial 23p. Should such a level be exceeded, our longer term secondary calculates at 28p, quite a significant ambition as this dumps the price in a region where a distant 40p becomes viable.

One curious aspect of the share price’s recent visit to 8.5p was this price level represented an “ultimate bottom” from a Big Picture perspective. For nearly 3 months, the share price resolutely refused to drop below this level, creating one of these curious situations where it felt the market has officially declared a bottom was in. Perhaps this shall prove to be a valid reason to anticipate further recovery in the immediate future.  Theoretically, now below 8.5p risks creating a visit to 3.8p but, as the market appears to be respective Big Picture forces, this should prove worth watching.

FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
10:19:01PM BRENT 87.93 ‘cess
10:20:45PM GOLD 1740.71
10:23:49PM FTSE 7474 7407 7386 7357 7450 7474 7498 7534 7444 Success
10:25:54PM STOX50 3951.8 Success
10:28:00PM GERMANY 14485 ‘cess
10:30:01PM US500 4003.97 Success
10:32:22PM DOW 34118.8 33625 33485 33274 33868 34119 34158 34240 33916 Success
10:34:24PM NASDAQ 11716
10:36:51PM JAPAN 28338 Success

 

22/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7452 points. Change of 1.03%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,425,428,256 a change of -30.51%
21/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7376 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,929,378,651 a change of -6.71%
18/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7385 points. Change of 0.53%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,283,705,968 a change of 16.51%
17/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7346 points. Change of -0.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,534,930,132 a change of -10.24%
15/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7369 points. Change of -0.22%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,052,481,735 a change of -8.73%
14/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7385 points. Change of 0.92%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,535,819,308 a change of -22.5%
11/11/2022 FTSE Closed at 7318 points. Change of -100%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,142,834,234 a change of 0%

SUCCESS above means both FAST & SLOW targets were met. ‘CESS means just the FAST target met and probably the next time it is exceeded, movement to the SLOW target shall commence.

Our commentary is in two sections. Immediately below are today’s updated comments. If our commentary remains valid, the share can be found in the bottom section which has a RED heading. Hopefully, this will mean you no longer need to flip back through previous reports.

Please remember, all prices are mid-price (halfway between the Buy and Sell). When we refer to a price CLOSING above a specific level, we are viewing the point where we can regard a trend as changing. Otherwise, we are simply speculating on near term trading targets. Our website is www.trendsandtargets.com.

UPDATE. We often give an initial and a secondary price. If the initial is exceeded, we still expect it to fall back but the next time the initial is bettered, the price should continue to the secondary. The converse it true with price drops.

If you want to ask a question about something Market Related intraday, don’t hesitate to email private.client@trendsandtargets.com. If something has gone volatile and a quick answer is needed, we’ve probably already run the numbers on it. As you’ll appreciate, we try and avoid spamming people needlessly.

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LSE:EZJ EasyJet. Close Mid-Price: 375.9 Percentage Change: -3.14% Day High: 386.9 Day Low: 370.8

If EasyJet experiences continued weakness below 370.8, it will invariably lead to 318 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 255 and hopefully a bottom. The share requires to move ABOVE 428, the share should experience improved acceleration toward an initial 534 initially with secondary, if bettered, at 751.

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21/11/2022 Continued weakness against EZJ taking the price below 371.4 calculates as leading to an initial 318 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 255 and hopefully a bottom. The share requires to move ABOVE 428, the share should experience improved acceleration toward an initial 534 initially with secondary, if bettered, at 751.

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LSE:HIK Hikma Close Mid-Price: 1472 Percentage Change: + 7.05% Day High: 322.9 Day Low: 311.5

In the event of Hikma enjoying further trades beyond 1478 to improve acceleration toward an initial 1515 initially with our longer term secondary, if bettered, working out at 1606p. The price would require to slip BELOW 1174 now points at 1130 next with secondary, if broken, a hopeful bottom at 1063.

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15/11/2022 All Hikma needs are mid-price trades ABOVE 1467 to improve acceleration toward an initial 1515 initially with our longer term secondary, if bettered, working out at 1606p. The price would require to slip BELOW 1174 now points at 1130 next with secondary, if broken, a hopeful bottom at 1063.

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LSE:LLOY Lloyds Grp. Close Mid-Price: 45.57 Percentage Change: + 5.52% Day High: 10.85 Day Low: 10.35

Further movement against Lloyds Grp. ABOVE 45.95 should improve the share value to firstly 51 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 53.5. It would require trading BELOW 38.5 calculates as leading to an initial 37.3 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 32.8.

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18/11/2022 Continued trades against LLOY with a mid-price ABOVE 45.66 should improve the share value to firstly 51 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 53.5. It would require trading BELOW 38.5 calculates as leading to an initial 37.3 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 32.8.

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LSE:NG. National Glib Close Mid-Price: 1031.5 Percentage Change: + 2.94% Day High: 35.9 Day Low: 33.5

Target met. In the event of National Glib enjoying further trades beyond 1038, the share should experience improved acceleration toward an initial 1045 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 1089p. The share would require to weaken BELOW 844, it will invariably lead to 836 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 781p.

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21/11/2022 Further movement against National Glib ABOVE 1031.5 should improve acceleration toward an initial 1035 with secondary, if bettered, at 1089p. The share would require to weaken BELOW 844, it will invariably lead to 836 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 781p.

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LSE:SBRY Sainsbury Close Mid-Price: 220.7 Percentage Change: + 0.97% Day High: 369.5 Day Low: 360

All Sainsbury needs are mid-price trades ABOVE 223 to improve acceleration toward an initial 225 next with our longer term secondary, if exceeded, calculating at 258p. It now needs below 196 for panic, giving the threat of a surprise visit to an initial 187 with secondary, when broken, a bottom of 175 and hopefully a bounce.

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14/11/2022 Further movement against Sainsbury ABOVE 221.6 should improve acceleration toward an initial 225 next with our longer term secondary, if exceeded, calculating at 258p. It now needs below 196 for panic, giving the threat of a surprise visit to an initial 187 with secondary, when broken, a bottom of 175 and hopefully a bounce.

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LSE:TSCO Tesco. Close Mid-Price: 235 Percentage Change: -1.63% Day High: 0.62 Day Low: 0.6

Continued trades against TSCO with a mid-price ABOVE 236.6 should improve the share value to firstly 243 next with secondary, if bettered, now working out at 259p. If needs below 223 for concern, giving the potential of weakness to 192 with secondary, if broken, at 157

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21/11/2022 Further movement against Tesco ABOVE 233 should improve acceleration toward an initial 243 next with secondary, if bettered, now working out at 259p. If needs below 223 for concern, giving the potential of weakness to 192 with secondary, if broken, at 157

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*** End of “Updated Today” comments on shares. Listed below are those where commentary remains valid.

SECTION TWO

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LSE:AFC AFC Energy. Close Mid-Price: 19.00 Day High: 19.4 Day Low: 18.7

2018=70

From: 17/11/2022 ; If AFC Energy experiences continued weakness below 17, it will invariably lead to 16.5 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 13p. We cannot calculate below the 13p level!. The share requires to sneak ABOVE 24.5, the share should experience improved acceleration toward an initial 25 with secondary at 35p.

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LSE:AGM Applied Graphene. Close Mid-Price: 4.90 Day High: 4.9 Day Low: 4.84

From: 10/11/2022 ; Ongoing trouble below 4.3 indicates 1.5 next with secondary, if broken, an ultimate bottom at 0.3p. It needs above 6.5 to give an indication this may all be a terrible mistake, allowing movement to 8.p allegedly. If bettered, our secondary is at 11p.

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LSE:AML Aston Martin. Close Mid-Price: 121.95 Day High: 130.55 Day Low: 121.25

From: 11/11/2022 ; Target met. Further movement against Aston Martin ABOVE 158.6 should improve acceleration toward an initial 187 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 193 eventually. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 86 to look capable of a visit to 78 next with secondary, if broken, a bottom hopefully at 67p.

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LSE:ASC Asos. Close Mid-Price: 650.00 Day High: 669.5 Day Low: 641.5

2018=10

From: 15/11/2022 ; Further movement against Asos ABOVE 804 should improve acceleration toward an initial 860 with secondary, if bettered and 993 and some hesitation. The share price needs fall below 600 to give an early warning of trouble as it risks triggering reversal to an initial 446 with secondary, if broken, at 332p. It looks like it intends head upward

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LSE:AV. Aviva. Close Mid-Price: 455.30 Day High: 458.6 Day Low: 450

2018=70

From: 12/10/2022 ; If Aviva experiences continued weakness below 366.8, it will invariably lead to 360 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 356p. The share requires to move ABOVE 474 the share should experience improved acceleration toward an initial 480 with secondary, if bettered, at 518p.

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LSE:AVCT Avacta. Close Mid-Price: 110.60 Day High: 112.5 Day Low: 108.5

From: 31/10/2022 ; Target Met. This has gotten almost amazing as above 139 now calculates with an initial 147 with secondary, if beaten, at 164p and probable hesitation. However, overall it’s now trading in a zone with 217 seen as exerting long term influence.

The price would require to slip BELOW 95 to suggest coming weakness to an initial 86 with secondary, if broken, at 79p.

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LSE:AZN Astrazeneca. Close Mid-Price: 11084.00 Day High: 11124 Day Low: 10976

From: 25/08/2022 ; In the event of Astrazeneca enjoying further trades beyond 11540, the share should experience improved acceleration toward an initial 11620 with secondary (if initial bested) now at 11955. The share would require to weaken BELOW 9275 to ring alarm bells, permitting weakness to 8500 with secondary, if broken, at 7098

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LSE:BARC Barclays. Close Mid-Price: 157.92 Day High: 159.3 Day Low: 157.12

2018=12

From: 11/11/2022 ; Target met. All Barclays needs are mid-price trades ABOVE 159.58 to improve acceleration toward an initial 165 with secondary (if initial exceeded) at 169.. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 143, invariably leading to 140 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 135.

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LSE:BBY BALFOUR BEATTY. Close Mid-Price: 320.20 Day High: 325 Day Low: 315.8

2018=9

From: 16/09/2022 ; All BALFOUR BEATTY needs are mid-price trades ABOVE 346.4 to improve acceleration toward an initial 350 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 387. It would require trading BELOW 279 to give concern, along with weakness to an initial 249 with secondary, if broken, at 217p

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LSE:BDEV Barrett Devs. Close Mid-Price: 398.70 Day High: 403.1 Day Low: 395

2018=12

From: 11/11/2022 ; Continued trades against BDEV with a mid-price ABOVE 417.9 should improve the share value to firstly 447 next with secondary, if bettered, calculating at a less certain 545p. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 313 as this calculates with a drop potential of 295 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 263.

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LSE:BLOE Block Energy PLC. Close Mid-Price: 1.25 Day High: 1.25 Day Low: 1.25

From: 15/11/2022 ; Target met. Weakness on Block Energy PLC below 1.25 will invariably lead to 1.2 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 0.90p and hopefully a point it almost must bounce from. The share needs close above 1.7 to suggest it’s digging itself out of the hole, giving a chance of 2.24 initially with secondary, if bettered, at a distant 3.3p.

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LSE:BLVN Bowleven. Close Mid-Price: 1.95 Day High: 2.1 Day Low: 1.95

2018=70

From: 1/11/2022 ; Continued weakness against BLVN taking the price below 1.75 calculates as leading to an initial 1.25 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 0.65p. Bowleven share price requires to recover ABOVE 4.85 has the potential of another attempt at 6.25 with secondary, if bettered, at 7.75p.

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LSE:BP. BP PLC. Close Mid-Price: 488.00 Day High: 487.7 Day Low: 470.5

2018=18

From: 4/11/2022 ; Target met. Further movement against BP PLC ABOVE 504.4 should improve acceleration toward an initial 512 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 544. It would require trading BELOW 416, calculating as leading to an initial 400p. If broken, our secondary and ideal bottom, works out at 372p

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LSE:BT.A British Telecom. Close Mid-Price: 124.80 Day High: 125.05 Day Low: 122.6

2018=18

From: 3/11/2022 ; Target met. In the event British Telecom experiences weakness below 113.95 it calculates with a drop potential of 110 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 108. The share requires to trade ABOVE 131 points at the potential of 134 next with secondary, if bettered, a viable looking 141p.

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LSE:CAR Carclo. Close Mid-Price: 15.75 Day High: 0 Day Low: 0

2018=70

From: 18/11/2022 ; Continued weakness against CAR taking the price below 14 with secondary, if broken, at 12p and hopefully bottom. Carclo share price requires to recover ABOVE 19p to give early indications of recovery, allowing an initial 22.5p with secondary, if bettered, at 26.75p.

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LSE:CASP Caspian. Close Mid-Price: 3.95 Day High: 3.95 Day Low: 3.95

2018=35

From: 7/11/2022 ; Continued trades against CASP with a mid-price ABOVE 4.8 should improve the share value to firstly 5.3 next with secondary, if bettered, working out at 6.9p. However, the closing price for the share was a worry as the market ensured it closed slightly below Blue on the chart, the major downtrend since 2007. This may prove to be quite a big deal as it threatens Friday’s flamboyance as being fake! However, it still needs below 2.08 to indicate trauma, along with a cycle to an ultimate bottom of

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LSE:CBX Cellular Goods. Close Mid-Price: 1.45 Day High: 1.45 Day Low: 1.45

From: 21/11/2022 ; If Cellular Goods experiences continued weakness below 1.45, it will invariably lead to 1.40 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 0.30p. The share requires to sneak ABOVE 2.65 to improve acceleration toward an initial 3.3p with secondary (if initial bettered) at 4.5p.

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LSE:CCL Carnival. Close Mid-Price: 708.00 Day High: 714.8 Day Low: 688.8

From: 15/11/2022 ; Continued trades against CCL with a mid-price ABOVE 854.8 should improve the share value to firstly 916 next with secondary, if bettered, a less confident 1063p. It needs below 640 to give trouble, along with reversal to 585 with secondary a bottom at 507p

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LSE:CEY Centamin. Close Mid-Price: 104.45 Day High: 104.9 Day Low: 101.2

2018=35

From: 15/11/2022 ; Further movement against Centamin ABOVE 107.65 should improve acceleration toward an initial 109 next with secondary, if bettered, a longer term 120p. It needs below 88 for trouble, suggesting coming reversal to 72 with secondary, if broken, a less likely 62p.

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LSE:CNA Centrica. Close Mid-Price: 94.88 Day High: 95.76 Day Low: 93.48

From: 18/11/2022 ; Target met. Continued trades against CNA with a mid-price ABOVE 96.22 should improve the share value to firstly 100 with secondary (if initial bested) at 107. The share would require to weaken BELOW 65, it will invariably lead to 60 with secondary, if broken, down at 52p.

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LSE:CPI Capita. Close Mid-Price: 26.04 Day High: 26.26 Day Low: 25

From: 29/09/2022 ; Continued weakness against CPI taking the price below 22.9 calculates as leading to an initial 20.5 with secondary, if broken, an eventual bottom at 13.5p. The price needs above 30p to give hope, permitting an initial 33 with secondary 36p

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LSE:DARK Darktrace Plc. Close Mid-Price: 374.20 Day High: 379.7 Day Low: 368.9

From: 14/11/2022 ; Further movement against Darktrace Plc ABOVE 415 should improve acceleration toward an initial 433 with secondary 488p. It would require trading BELOW 275 will invariably lead to 269 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 194.

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LSE:DDDD 4D Pharma. Close Mid-Price: 16.36 Day High: 0 Day Low: 0

From: 22/06/2022 ; Weakness on 4D Pharma below 13.6 will invariably lead to 13 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 7.5. The share is now trading in a zone where -2p remains as ultimate bottom. The share requires to trade ABOVE 40 to give hope of the integrity of any bounce, allowing an initial 65 with secondary, if beaten, at 88p

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LSE:DGE Diageo. Close Mid-Price: 3,745.50 Day High: 3762 Day Low: 3717

2018=35

From: 28/10/2022 ; Weakness on Diageo below 3488 will invariably lead to 3353 with secondary, if broken, a probable bottom at 3290.. The share requires to sneak ABOVE 3960 now points at the potential of 4096 next with secondary, if bettered, an almost certain 4326p.

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LSE:ECO ECO (Atlantic) O & G. Close Mid-Price: 19.85 Day High: 20.5 Day Low: 19.5

From: 18/11/2022 ; Target met. If ECO (Atlantic) O & G experiences continued weakness below 16, it will invariably lead to 12.7 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 5. The share requires to sneak ABOVE 25 to void the drop potentials and allow strength to 33p and beyond.

We regard 5p as ultimate bottom against this.

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LSE:EME Empyrean. Close Mid-Price: 1.10 Day High: 0 Day Low: 0

2017=17

From: 11/07/2022 ; Something is happening. Should this now trade above just 1.55p, it feels very capable of triggering recovery to an initial 1.82 with secondary, if beaten, a more useful eventual 3p. Otherwise, by every standard, it’s a mess, needing above 4.2p just to give hope for the future.

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LSE:EMG MAN. Close Mid-Price: 214.90 Day High: 218.1 Day Low: 214.5

2018=35

From: 11/11/2022 ; Further movement against MAN ABOVE 229.8 should improve acceleration toward an initial 234 with secondary, if bettered, at 260 and some hesitation. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 202, it calculates with a drop potential of 200 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 175.

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LSE:EXPN Experian. Close Mid-Price: 2,893.00 Day High: 2902 Day Low: 2863

From: 10/11/2022 ; Further movement against Experian ABOVE 2980 should improve acceleration toward an initial 3057 with secondary (if initial exceeded) at 3146p. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 2520 it calculates with a drop potential of 2443 next with secondary, if broken, at 2328 and hopefully a bottom.

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LSE:FGP Firstgroup. Close Mid-Price: 101.80 Day High: 102.9 Day Low: 100.5

2018=23

From: 10/11/2022 ; Target Met. Weakness now below 89.5 indicates coming reversal to 87 with secondary, if broken, a hopeful eventual bottom at 76p. To give any indication of a miracle, the price needs better 115 to provoke recovery to an initial 124 with secondary, if exceeded, an impressive 146p.

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LSE:FOXT Foxtons. Close Mid-Price: 32.65 Day High: 32.9 Day Low: 32.25

2018=35

From: 25/10/2022 ; If Foxtons experiences continued weakness below 27.15, it will invariably lead to 26p with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 20p. Foxtons share price requires to recover ABOVE 40p, the share should experience improved acceleration toward an initial 49p with secondary, if bettered, at 61p.

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LSE:FRES Fresnillo. Close Mid-Price: 886.00 Day High: 887.4 Day Low: 866.6

2018=35

From: 14/11/2022 ; Target Met. Now above 888 holds the potential of movement to 907 next with secondary, if exceeded, at a longer term 983p. It needs below 790 to suggest trauma, giving the potential of reversal to 655 with secondary, if broken, a less likely 546p

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LSE:GENL Genel. Close Mid-Price: 130.00 Day High: 130.6 Day Low: 122.6

2018=10

From: 26/09/2022 ; In the event Genel experiences weakness below 116.4 it calculates with a drop potential of 100 next with secondary, if broken, at 65 and hopefully bottom. The share requires to trade ABOVE 150 to improve acceleration toward an initial 165 with secondary, if bettered, at 191p.

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LSE:GKP Gulf Keystone. Close Mid-Price: 208.00 Day High: 207.5 Day Low: 196

2018=10

From: 26/09/2022 ; If Gulf Keystone experiences continued weakness below 190, it will invariably lead to 177 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 153. Gulf Keystone share price requires to recover ABOVE 269 to improve acceleration toward an initial 282 with secondary (if initial exceeded) at 288p.

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LSE:GLEN Glencore Xstra. Close Mid-Price: 514.90 Day High: 517.5 Day Low: 500.7

2018=23

From: 4/11/2022 ; Target met. All Glencore Xstra needs are mid-price trades ABOVE 548.2 to improve acceleration toward an initial 558 with secondary (if initial exceeded) at 565. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 436, it will invariably lead to 398 and very possible bounce. If broken, secondary is at 344 and an almost certain rebound.

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LSE:HL. Hargreaves Lansdown. Close Mid-Price: 320.60 Day High: 322.9 Day Low: 311.5

2018=18

From: 14/11/2022 ; Further movement against Hargreaves Lansdown ABOVE 945.6 should improve acceleration toward an initial 1086 with secondary, if bettered, at 1197p. It would require trading BELOW 736 will invariably lead to 722 with secondary, if broken, at 642p.

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LSE:HSBA HSBC. Close Mid-Price: 320.60 Day High: 322.9 Day Low: 311.5

2018=14

From: 25/10/2022 ; Weakness on HSBC below 436.2 will invariably lead to 413 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 315. The share requires to move ABOVE 543 to improve the share value to firstly 577 next with secondary, if beaten, at 606.

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LSE:HUR Hurrican Energy. Close Mid-Price: 320.60 Day High: 322.9 Day Low: 311.5

2018=23

From: 2/11/2022 ; Now above 8.5 should aim at an initial 9.5 with secondary, if exceeded, coming in at 11.75p. The price needs tumble below 5.75 to provoke reversal to an initial 5 with secondary, if broken, at 3.3 and hopefully a solid rebound.

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LSE:IAG British Airways. Close Mid-Price: 14.50 Day High: 14.35 Day Low: 13.02

2018=70

From: 14/11/2022 ; All British Airways needs are mid-price trades ABOVE 141.78 to improve acceleration toward an initial 155 with secondary (if initial bested) at 208. The price would require to slip BELOW 105 to cancel the potentials and allow weakness to 87p.

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LSE:IGAS Igas Energy. Close Mid-Price: 14.50 Day High: 14.35 Day Low: 13.02

2018=70

From: 18/11/2022 ; Target met. Weakness on Igas Energy below 21.1 will invariably lead to 20 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 15. Igas Energy share price requires to recover ABOVE 38 to enter a potential phase to an initial 54 with secondary, if bettered, at 61p.

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LSE:IGG IG Group. Close Mid-Price: 14.50 Day High: 14.35 Day Low: 13.02

2018=23

From: 11/11/2022 ; In the event of IG Group enjoying further trades beyond 828.5, the share should experience improved acceleration toward an initial 855 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 993. The share would require to weaken BELOW 752 will invariably lead to 717 with secondary, if broken, at 688 and hopefully a bottom.

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LSE:IHG Intercontinental Hotels Group. Close Mid-Price: 14.50 Day High: 14.35 Day Low: 13.02

2018=8

From: 4/11/2022 ; In the event of Intercontinental Hotels Group enjoying further trades beyond 4851, the share should experience improved acceleration toward an initial 4864 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 5540. . Otherwise, below 4324 calculates with a drop potential of 4117 with secondary, if broken, down at a bottom of 3400p.

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LSE:IPF International Personal Finance. Close Mid-Price: 80.00 Day High: 77 Day Low: 74.8

2018=18

From: 15/11/2022 ; Continued trades against IPF with a mid-price ABOVE 81 should improve the share value to firstly 88 with secondary, if bettered, a potentially game changing 98p.. The share would require to weaken BELOW 71 suggests reversal to an initial 65 with secondary, if broken, at 61 and hopefully a bouncy bottom.

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LSE:IQE IQE. Close Mid-Price: 80.00 Day High: 77 Day Low: 74.8

2018=10

From: 21/11/2022 ; Continued trades against IQE with a mid-price ABOVE 50.2 should improve the share value to firstly 54.50p next with secondary, if bettered, a visually plausable 59p. The price needs below 33 for concern, suggesting a reversal cycle to 25p.

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LSE:ITM ITM Power. Close Mid-Price: 80.00 Day High: 77 Day Low: 74.8

From: 11/11/2022 ; Continued trades against ITM with a mid-price ABOVE 110 should improve the share value to firstly 120 next with secondary, if bettered, calculating at a longer term 140p. The share price needs below 75 to ignite panic, along with a visit to 61 with secondary a silly looking 9 pence.

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LSE:ITRK Intertek. Close Mid-Price: 80.00 Day High: 77 Day Low: 74.8

From: 15/11/2022 ; All Intertek needs are mid-price trades ABOVE 4137 to improve acceleration toward an initial 4238 next with secondary, if exceeded, an impressive 4707p. The alternate scenario allows for weakness below 3710 to bring 3370 with secondary, if broken, at 3010p

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LSE:ITV ITV. Close Mid-Price: 80.00 Day High: 77 Day Low: 74.8

2018=18

From: 14/11/2022 ; Further movement against ITV ABOVE 79.8 should improve acceleration toward an initial 81 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 89. It would require trading BELOW 54 calculates as leading to an initial 50 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 46.

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LSE:JET Just Eat. Close Mid-Price: 80.00 Day High: 77 Day Low: 74.8

From: 11/11/2022 ; All Just Eat needs are mid-price trades ABOVE 2110 to improve acceleration toward an initial 2128 with our secondary, if beaten, coming along at a tasty 2502p. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 1351 now threatening 996 next with secondary, if broken, at 667, hopefully the ultimate bottom.

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LSE:MKS Marks and Spencer. Close Mid-Price: 10.75 Day High: 10.75 Day Low: 10.75

2018=18

From: 11/11/2022 ; Continued trades against MKS with a mid-price ABOVE 126.2 should improve the share value to firstly 133 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 161p. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 91p it calculates with a drop potential of 79p

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LSE:NWG Natwest. Close Mid-Price: 35.00 Day High: 35.9 Day Low: 33.5

From: 18/11/2022 ; Further movement against Natwest ABOVE 259.7 should improve acceleration toward an initial 262 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 273. The price would require to slip BELOW 210 to cancel the potentials and allow weakness to198p with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 170p

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LSE:OCDO Ocado Plc. Close Mid-Price: 35.00 Day High: 35.9 Day Low: 33.5

From: 15/11/2022 ; Continued trades against OCDO with a mid-price ABOVE 936.2 should improve the share value to firstly 972 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 1230. It would require trading BELOW 528 calculating as leading to an initial 314 with secondary, if broken, at 200p.

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LSE:ODX Omega Diags. Close Mid-Price: 35.00 Day High: 35.9 Day Low: 33.5

From: 17/11/2022 ; Target met. All Omega Diags needs are mid-price trades ABOVE 4.3 to improve acceleration toward an initial 4.6 with secondary (if initial exceeded) at 4.9. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 2.25, it will invariably lead to 1.99 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 0.5p!

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LSE:OPG OPG Power Ventures. Close Mid-Price: 35.00 Day High: 35.9 Day Low: 33.5

2017=28

From: 21/11/2022 ; All OPG Power Ventures needs are mid-price trades ABOVE 7.25 to improve acceleration toward an initial 7.9 with secondary, if bettered, working out at 8.7p.

It would require trading BELOW 5.76, it will invariably lead to 5.6p with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 5p.

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LSE:OXIG Oxford Instruments. Close Mid-Price: 35.00 Day High: 35.9 Day Low: 33.5

2018=10

From: 14/11/2022 ; All Oxford Instruments needs are mid-price trades ABOVE 2200 to improve acceleration toward an initial 2260 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 2782. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 1686, calculating as leading to an initial 1629 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 1542p.

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LSE:PHP Primary Health. Close Mid-Price: 35.00 Day High: 35.9 Day Low: 33.5

From: 11/11/2022 ; In the event of Primary Health enjoying further trades beyond 122.2, the share should experience improved acceleration toward an initial 123 with secondary, if exceeded, a viable looking 132p. Otherwise, it still needs below 95 to spark panic, giving the potential of reversal to 91 next with secondary, if broken, a hopeful bottom at 81p

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LSE:PMG Parkmead. Close Mid-Price: 35.00 Day High: 35.9 Day Low: 33.5

2018=70

From: 3/08/2022 ; Target met. All Parkmead needs are mid-price trades ABOVE 79.6 to improve acceleration toward an initial 81 with secondary (if initial exceeded) at 107. It would require trading BELOW 43.5 suggests weakness to an initial 42 with secondary, if broken, down at 39.9p.

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LSE:POG Petrop etc. Close Mid-Price: 35.00 Day High: 35.9 Day Low: 33.5

2017=84

From: 8/07/2022 ; There’s a fair chance something is happening here as movement next above 1.4 indicates the potential of travel up to an initial 1.8p. Less confident is our secondary, calculating at a potential 2.7p. Otherwise, the price remains trading in a region where ultimate bottom is around 0.5p. Perhaps it has come close enough but thus far, the bounce isn’t convincing.

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LSE:POLY Polymetal. Close Mid-Price: 35.00 Day High: 35.9 Day Low: 33.5

2018=23

From: 20/07/2022 ; “They” appear to be teasing with this but movement now above 270p apparently should trigger an initial 333 with secondary, if bettered, at 407p. It would require trading BELOW 170 leading to 85 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 17p.

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LSE:QFI Quadrise. Close Mid-Price: 3.25 Day High: 0 Day Low: 0

2018=10

From: 24/10/2022 ; All Quadrise needs are mid-price trades ABOVE 2.8 to improve acceleration toward an initial 3p with secondary (if initial exceeded) now at 3.75p. It would require trading BELOW 1.1p, it will invariably lead to 0.67 with secondary, if broken, down at an eventual ultimate bottom of 0.53p.

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LSE:RBD Reabold Resources PLC. Close Mid-Price: 3.25 Day High: 0 Day Low: 0

From: 29/09/2022 ; Target met. If Reabold Resources PLC experiences continued weakness below 0.22p, it will invariably lead to 0.20p with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 0.14p and hopefully a rebound worth catching.. The share requires to sneak ABOVE 0.53 should improve acceleration toward an initial 0.55p with secondary, if bettered, at 0.7p.

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LSE:RKH Rockhopper. Close Mid-Price: 365.00 Day High: 369.5 Day Low: 360

2017=42

From: 31/10/2022 ; This is potentially really bad as it dropped further than it should. Now below 9p suggests 8p next with secondary, if broken, a hopeful bottom at 5.25p. Visually, it needs above 15p to give any hope, once again pointing at 23.7 and beyond but unfortunately, we suspect it intends 5.25p eventually.

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LSE:RMG Royal Mail. Close Mid-Price: 365.00 Day High: 369.5 Day Low: 360

2018=23

From: 28/09/2022 ; Target met. If Royal Mail experiences continued weakness below 177.15, it will invariably lead to 175 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 168. The share requires to sneak ABOVE 253 to give an early return to safety, in a realm where 346 becomes an eventual target. If bettered, our secondary is at 415p.

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LSE:RR. Rolls Royce. Close Mid-Price: 365.00 Day High: 369.5 Day Low: 360

2018=23

From: 14/11/2022 ; Continued trades against RR. with a mid-price ABOVE 92.75 should improve the share value to firstly 97p next with secondary, if beaten, a confident looking 107p. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 77 to suggest a visit to 68 and hopefully a bounce. If broken, our secondary is at 55p!

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LSE:SCLP Scancell. Close Mid-Price: 365.00 Day High: 369.5 Day Low: 360

2018=18

From: 10/11/2022 ; In the event of Scancell enjoying further trades beyond 20.75, the share should experience improved acceleration toward an initial 21.3 with secondary, if bettered, a visually sane 25.5p. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 12, calculating as leading to an initial 9p. If broken, our secondary calculates at 5.5p eventually.

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LSE:SDY Speedyhire. Close Mid-Price: 119.50 Day High: 119.5 Day Low: 117

2018=35

From: 28/09/2022 ; If Speedyhire experiences continued weakness below 35.55, it will invariably lead to 34.7 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 21. The share requires to trade ABOVE 51 as this should improve acceleration toward an initial 58p. If bettered, our secondary is at 70.

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LSE:SMT Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust. Close Mid-Price: 10.25 Day High: 10.25 Day Low: 9.98

From: 15/11/2022 ; Further movement against Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust ABOVE 831.4 should improve acceleration toward an initial 892. Our longer term secondary is now at 995p. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 698, it still calculates with a drop potential of 689 and hopefully a bounce. Our secondary calculations at 619.

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LSE:SNN Sanne Plc. Close Mid-Price: 10.25 Day High: 10.25 Day Low: 9.98

From: 25/07/2022 ; Continued trades against SNN with a mid-price ABOVE 924 should improve the share value to firstly 1037 with secondary, if beaten, at 1100p. The share would require to weaken BELOW 893, it will invariably lead to 875 with secondary, if broken, at 849p

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LSE:SPX Spirax. Close Mid-Price: 10.25 Day High: 10.25 Day Low: 9.98

From: 23/09/2022 ; Continued weakness against SPX taking the price below 9448 calculates as leading to an initial 9211 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 8,177. The share requires to sneak ABOVE 12440 should improve the share value to firstly 12328 with secondary (if initial exceeded) at 14060.

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LSE:SRP Serco. Close Mid-Price: 10.25 Day High: 10.25 Day Low: 9.98

From: 11/11/2022 ; Continued trades against SRP with a mid-price ABOVE 172.2 should improve the share value to firstly 180 next with secondary, if beaten, at 193p. The share would require to weaken BELOW 148 to invariably lead to 139 with secondary, if broken, at 124p.

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LSE:STAN Standard Chartered. Close Mid-Price: 0.40 Day High: 0 Day Low: 0

2018=12

From: 28/10/2022 ; Weakness on Standard Chartered below 515.6 will invariably lead to 511 with secondary, if broken, a hopeful bottom at 450p. The share requires to move ABOVE 593 to improve the share value to firstly 630 with secondary (if initial exceeded) at 691p.

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LSE:TAN Tanfield. Close Mid-Price: 11.25 Day High: 11.25 Day Low: 11.25

2018=35

From: 15/09/2021 ; A surprise heartbeat suggests above 3p should next attempt an initial 3.45p. If bettered, our secondary of 4p is liable to prove significant for the longer term. Otherwise, it’s trading in territory where we can no longer identify a bottom.

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LSE:TERN Tern Plc. Close Mid-Price: 11.25 Day High: 11.25 Day Low: 11.25

From: 11/10/2022 ; Continued weakness against TERN taking the price below 6.75 calculates as leading to an initial 6.5 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 1.2p! The price needs above 12.5 to give any hope, ideally triggering recovery to an initial 15.5 with secondary, if bettered, now at 22

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LSE:TLW Tullow. Close Mid-Price: 11.25 Day High: 11.25 Day Low: 11.25

2018=10

From: 7/11/2022 ; Continued trades against TLW with a mid-price ABOVE 49.48 should improve the share value to firstly 53p with secondary, if bettered, at 58p. The mid-price would require to trade BELOW 35 calculates as leading to an initial 34.5p with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 29p

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LSE:TRN The Trainline. Close Mid-Price: 131.00 Day High: 133.4 Day Low: 130.8

From: 28/09/2022 ; Weakness on The Trainline below 287.7 will invariably lead to 266 with secondary, if broken, at 216p. The share requires to move ABOVE 400, the share should experience improved acceleration toward an initial 424 with secondary (if initial bettered) at 450.

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LSE:TW. Taylor Wimpey. Close Mid-Price: 0.60 Day High: 0.62 Day Low: 0.6

2018=23

From: 13/10/2022 ; Continued weakness against TW. taking the price below 80 calculates as leading to an initial 61 with secondary, if broken, at 50 and maybe a bounce. The problem is, the price now finds itself in a zone where ultimate bottom works out at a ridiculous 17p! It now needs above 116 for any recovery to be taken seriously, giving an initial 128 with secondary, if bettered, at 141p

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LSE:VOD Vodafone. Close Mid-Price: 0.60 Day High: 0.62 Day Low: 0.6

2018=18

From: 15/11/2022 ; In the event Vodafone experiences weakness below 94.61 it calculates with a drop potential of 93 with secondary (if broken) at a longer term 90p. The share price requires above 116p to give the illusion of a return to safety as this should trigger an initial 123 with secondary, if bettered, 133p and some hesitation.

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LSE:VOG VICTORIA. Close Mid-Price: 0.60 Day High: 0.62 Day Low: 0.6

2018=70

From: 29/03/2022 ; Weakness on VICTORIA below 3.85 will invariably lead to 3p with secondary a bottom at 2p. VICTORIA share price requires to recover ABOVE 5.5 calculates with the potential of movement to 6.5 next with secondary, if bettered, at 7.6p.

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LSE:ZOO Zoo Digital. Close Mid-Price: 0.60 Day High: 0.62 Day Low: 0.6

From: 9/11/2022 ; Above 189 comes with the hope of ongoing promises to 198 next with secondary, if beaten, a longer term 212 and almost certain hesitation. If needs below 128, invariably leading to 106 and hopefully a bounce. Our secondary, should such a level break, works out at 91, a level from which recovery is difficult.

There are strong arguments favouring 212p

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