GBPEUR for 29/06/2020

#Brent #SP500 It’s almost funny, European media spending months with dreadful stories about how the UK is coping with Covid-19. Suddenly, a taste of reality without tourists #GBPEUR income and an encouraging new concept called “Air Bridges” allows travel to France, Greece, Spain, and Portugal from 6th July has appeared. As they say, money solves most problems…

We wonder if Brits abroad shall be required to wear a bell around their neck, warning other nationalities of their presence? It’s certainly going to be an interesting development to the entire pandemic story, if the much vaunted 2nd Wave of infection occurs. What’s amusing about the entire shambles is this year,2020, is behaving like a standard Science Fiction story. A favourite plotline features someone time-travelling and accidentally changing something, then time-travelling again to fix the problem and making it worse. This sort of silly storyline continues until a world is created where “Star Wars” is thought to be entertaining, yet “Mrs Maisel” is virtually unknown!

 

There’s no point in revisiting our last look at GBPEUR as the Covid-19 drop achieved our miserable drop targets. Visually, there appears danger, yet again, of some reversal but we’re inclined to emplace a fairly distant trigger level.

At present, there’s the threat of weakness below 1.0888 bringing reversal to an initial 1.0677 with secondary, if broken, down at 1.0151. We would hope for a rebound, if this secondary makes itself known. Visually, our initial drop target level at 1.067 should prove capable of giving some sort of bounce, if only thanks to the presence of the Red uptrend since 2009. The Big Picture problem with our secondary at 1.015 takes the currency pairing into the land of lower lows, making any recoil liable to be short lived until the relationship finally succumbs to the temptation of parity for a while.

 

For things to suggest GBP is strengthening against the Euro, the pair requires to trade above 1.1727 to convince us. Despite the post-Covid-drop recovery of 1.15 presenting a visual trigger level, we’re inclined to make greater demands as the relationship needs exceed Blue on the chart to enter a cycle to an initial 1.199 with secondary, if exceeded, a rather more attractive looking 1.248 and beyond.

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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
4:23:46PM BRENT 40.67 40.23 39.46 37.94 41.65 41.8 42.455 43.38 40.76
4:50:21PM GOLD 1771.8 Shambles
2:52:28PM FTSE 6140 ‘cess
2:54:45PM FRANCE 4895.2 ‘cess
2:57:58PM GERMANY 12070 ‘cess
3:01:02PM US500 3011.27 3003 2984 2948 3025 3041 3055.5 3073 3014 Shambles
8:34:45PM DOW 25006 Success
8:55:36PM NASDAQ 9849.27 Shambles
8:57:53PM JAPAN 22252

 

26/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6159 points. Change of 0.2%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,704,232,985 a change of 0.38%
25/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6147 points. Change of 0.39%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,686,605,937 a change of -15.87%
24/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6123 points. Change of -3.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,570,618,425 a change of 6.1%
23/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6320 points. Change of 1.22%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,250,584,442 a change of -0.97%
22/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6244 points. Change of -0.76%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,301,930,883 a change of -54.04%
19/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6292 points. Change of 1.09%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 11,536,633,427 a change of 155.43%
18/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6224 points. Change of -0.46%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,516,542,486 a change of -22.67%

 

 

FTSE for FRIDAY 26/06/2020

#FTSE #DOW There are times when the market is kind enough to confirm where a trend is. Perhaps all these folk who visited England’s South Coast beaches made the FTSE pause for thought, displaying warning of trouble ahead. Needless to say, I’m being a little hypocritical, visiting a beach locally in 28c temperatures at 4pm. But in defence, there were only 9 other people (and their dogs) in evidence, making social distancing easy on 2+ miles of sand. Scotland remains in lockdown.

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The warning signal, along with the market trend, is shown on the chart below. Visually the FTSE broke the Red uptrend during the session but was carefully recovered above the trend. As the inset highlights, care was taken to ensure the market closed the day in “safe” territory. This level of attention is often fascinating, usually telling us the market is perfectly aware of a trend, proving it can be broken, choosing to present the case of a closing price languishing in the land of sanity.

From our perspective, the next signal shall be weakness below 6029 points as this gives an official “lower low” which tends to confirm a trend has changed. In the case of the FTSE, weakness next below 6029 points brings the risk of reversal to an initial 5855 points with secondary, if broken, at 5635 points. And hopefully a rebound. We’ve opted to display the implications, should 5635 break and wonder if the market was “girding its loins” in fear of all those folk at Brighton provoking a theoretical second wave of Covid-19?

Presently we’ve absolutely no idea the real reason behind the trend break as it happened at 08:15am, long before the media started self righteous salivating over events on the South Coast but one important detail was revealed. The uptrend since the Covid-19 drop can be broken and now, this uptrend risks proving fragile.

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As for the near(er) term, we shall be fascinated if the FTSE stumbles above 6155 points as this risks triggering recovery to an initial 6191 points with secondary, if bettered, a confident looking 6245 points. This certainly sounds like a nice scenario and according to the chart, shall keep the market trapped in limbo land between the Blue downtrend and Red uptrend.

The alternate near term scenario is of weakness below 6092 points as this risks producing reversal to an initial 6050 with secondary, if broken, calculating at 5944 points.

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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
10:00:37PM BRENT 41.5 39.71 39.51 42.7 41.68 42.035 40.4 Shambles
10:09:04PM GOLD 1764.16 1755 1750 1766 1768 1773 1756 ‘cess
10:16:15PM FTSE 6212 6027 5962 6153 6229 6252.75 6135 Success
10:26:37PM FRANCE 4982.5 4925 4906 4959 4983 5014.5 4928
10:28:46PM GERMANY 12331.89 12077 12061.5 12172 12357 12376.5 12160
10:30:34PM US500 3084.1 3034 3019.5 3063 3086 3093 3067 ‘cess
10:32:43PM DOW 25698 25335 25200.5 25560 25796 25822.5 25572 ‘cess
10:34:57PM NASDAQ 10100 10039 10034.5 10092 10119 10142 10063 Shambles
10:37:40PM JAPAN 22502 22054 21939 22324 22537 22606 22303 ‘cess

 

 

25/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6147 points. Change of 0.39%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,686,605,937 a change of -15.87%
24/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6123 points. Change of -3.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,570,618,425 a change of 6.1%
23/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6320 points. Change of 1.22%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,250,584,442 a change of -0.97%
22/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6244 points. Change of -0.76%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,301,930,883 a change of -54.04%
19/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6292 points. Change of 1.09%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 11,536,633,427 a change of 155.43%
18/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6224 points. Change of -0.46%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,516,542,486 a change of -22.67%
17/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6253 points. Change of 0.18%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,840,674,157 a change of -3.28%

Lloyds Bank for 25/06/2020

#Gold #SP500 On the subject of #Lloyds, we’re feeling like one of these annoying cat gifs, the sort of thing you watch until the penny drops the video has been repeating. Since the start of June, Lloyds has made us regret our plan to monitor the share every few weeks.

 

With all that’s been going on recently, it was to take a special level of skill for Lloyds to move by just 4p since we last reviewed the price and unfortunately, the majority of perceived movement occurred due to the price being manipulated (gapped) at the start of trading. Despite a couple of indications the price should be heading upward, we fear this is going to be one of these things where recovery will probably not prove possible until some volatility occurs. In the case of Lloyds, we suspect this shall require reversal down to 28p before a bounce happens.

Thankfully, there’s an uptrend (Red) which dates back to 2011 which certainly gives sufficient hope a bunch of traders, armed with crayons, will see the share reverse and decide a bounce must take place. Of course, it all becomes a little problematical should 28p break as our secondary target works out at 24.8p. In todays marketplace, we’d not be surprised to see Lloyds find an excuse to panic the market by being gapped down toward the 25p level at the open one day, if sufficient excuse is found. But critically, if such nonsense takes place, we’d also expect the share to close the session around the 28p level, thus making any break below Red a momentary thing. It would certainly “stiff” any folk who place a buy order for the 28p level, along with a stop position 10% away.

This sort of nuisance event actually does happen, a drop triggers a buy and a few seconds later triggers the stop. While it’s almost funny, it can also cost traders dearly by creating a situation where a trade didn’t actually happen and usually, to rub salt in the wound, the share price will ideally close the session above the 28p level anyway.

The moral is fairly straightforward. If going after something volatile, get out of bed and trade rather than rely on an automated series of orders.

 

We’re not inclined to take any rise seriously on Lloyds until the share price exceeds 38p. This is liable to prove significant, allowing movement to 42.7 initially with secondary, if bettered, at 48p.

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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
9:27:11PM BRENT 40.59 Success
9:29:12PM GOLD 1764 1760 1756 1749 1768 1780 1784 1792 1764 ‘cess
9:54:40PM FTSE 6135.71 Success
9:57:32PM FRANCE 4871 Success
10:00:01PM GERMANY 12183 Success
10:02:15PM US500 3061.27 3045 3029.5 2987 3069 3116 3125.5 3157 3070 Success
10:05:13PM DOW 25533 Success
10:08:14PM NASDAQ 10029 Success
10:10:31PM JAPAN 22272 Success

 

24/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6123 points. Change of -3.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,570,618,425 a change of 6.1%
23/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6320 points. Change of 1.22%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,250,584,442 a change of -0.97%
22/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6244 points. Change of -0.76%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,301,930,883 a change of -54.04%
19/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6292 points. Change of 1.09%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 11,536,633,427 a change of 155.43%
18/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6224 points. Change of -0.46%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,516,542,486 a change of -22.67%
17/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6253 points. Change of 0.18%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,840,674,157 a change of -3.28%
16/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6242 points. Change of 2.94%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,038,997,708 a change of 21.55%

Dunelm Group PLC for 24/06/2020

#Brent #Nasdaq At times, it’s suspected the term “Soft Furnishings” had provided the primary reason for a rise in allotment use, sheds, Harley Davidsons, and so called man caves. It’s possible a fairly large section of the population just don’t ‘get’ why cushions and throws are so important, thus choosing to protect their sanity by doing something else.

 

From a personal viewpoint, stores such Dunelm and Ikea represent an encapsulation of hell but we’ve eventually discovered a compromise. I could go to a bookstore, B&Q, a marine chandlers (this is always a favourite), needing only a text message to return the car park outside Dante’s Inferno. With the outbreak of Coronavirus, it was a welcome respite not having weekends utterly ruined by shopping and somehow, the last three months has not featured a shortage of cushions or curtains.

However, given the news regarding companies like Intu (the shopping mall people), it made a lot of sense to review how Dunelm’s share price is looking. Surely store shutdowns, along with a huge expanse in online shopping habits, will be provoking troubling potentials for Dunelm, the Soft Furnishing people.

 

It’s time for a deep breath as Dunelm appear to be bucking the trend. Their share price has already come within reach of pre-Covid19 prices and now, movement above 1,263 should prove capable of a reach to 1,320p. While their is a visual implication of a glass ceiling forming at such a level, in the event the share price closes above 1,320p, it enters a cycle toward a new all time high of 1,510p.

Movement such as this is liable to prove pretty significant, taking the price into a region where the Big Picture suggests 1,893p shall present a longer term attraction.

Who knows, perhaps the UK shall go mad, panic buying ‘scatter cushions’ with similar aplomb to toilet paper, once lockdown ends.

 

Dunelm needs fall below Blue to provide sufficient reason for panic, presently at 950p.

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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
9:47:44PM BRENT 42.7 42.44 42.035 41.38 42.92 44 44.375 45.02 43.06 Success
9:49:31PM GOLD 1769.46 ‘cess
9:51:26PM FTSE 6280.63 ‘cess
9:53:36PM FRANCE 4989.2 Success
9:56:36PM GERMANY 12425.91 Success
9:58:39PM US500 3124.77 ‘cess
10:04:28PM DOW 26102.9 Success
10:07:29PM NASDAQ 10192 10171 10128 10068 10243 10217 10246.5 10334 10171 Success
10:09:26PM JAPAN 22559 Success

23/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6320 points. Change of 1.22%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,250,584,442 a change of -0.97%
22/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6244 points. Change of -0.76%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,301,930,883 a change of -54.04%
19/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6292 points. Change of 1.09%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 11,536,633,427 a change of 155.43%
18/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6224 points. Change of -0.46%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,516,542,486 a change of -22.67%
17/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6253 points. Change of 0.18%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,840,674,157 a change of -3.28%
16/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6242 points. Change of 2.94%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,038,997,708 a change of 21.55%
15/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6064 points. Change of -0.67%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,968,429,954 a change of -16.12%

Cairn Energy for 23/06/2020

#Gold #Cac40 Animal behaviour cannot be predicted. One of our two ‘unwanted cats’ marched through the open office door, returning a moment later followed by our younger Golden Retriever. The cat made itself comfortable while the dog continued outside. Suddenly all hell broke loose when the dog “discovered” a very large black cat hiding at the wood shed. Once the inevitable noisy chase concluded, the dog proudly returned and the unwanted cat sauntered out to the garden.

There was no doubt the cat had employed the dog to chase an invader. But who could predict our ‘unwanted cats’ formed a co-operative pack with the dogs.

 

Of course, this brings us clumsily to our prediction for Cairn, given eleven months ago when it was trading at 173p. The price indeed reversed, eventually closing a session at 60.7p. While during the trading day, it fell to 57p, we feel the fact it did not close below 60p shall prove important. And yes, of course we’re chuffed at making this accurate prediction, especially as the bounce has seen the share price more than double.

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We’re fascinated with price movements since the bottom was achieved at 60p. As the chart below highlights, the share has proven reticent about regaining the historical Red uptrend. Sometimes, when a price pays homage to a prior trend, any movement above such a level tends prove quite flamboyant. In the case of Cairn Energy, exceeding Red (presently 142p) should make travel to 162p almost a foregone conclusion. If exceeded, our secondary works out at 180p and presents a price level where we anticipate some hesitation occurring. Visually, it’s easy to imagine 180p bonking against the immediate Blue downtrend but more importantly, it also matches the false dawn spike of February 2020. This results in a situation where 180p presents itself as a “Glass Ceiling in Waiting!”.

 

For now, we’re fairly impressed with Cairn but we do need remind readers of 2 caveats. Firstly, we cannot calculate below 60p and secondly, despite our previous prediction, past performance is no guarantee of the future.

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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
9:36:26PM FTSE 6279 ‘cess
9:39:30PM BRENT 43.05
9:48:53PM GOLD 1756.44 1742 1735.5 1726 1753 1764 1771 1780 1749 ‘cess
9:51:02PM FRANCE 4974.7 4897 4886 4846 4952 4987 4996.5 5020 4950
9:53:04PM GERMANY 12362
9:54:43PM US500 3124.27
9:56:23PM DOW 26101
9:58:37PM NASDAQ 10141 Success
10:00:23PM JAPAN 22598 ‘cess

22/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6244 points. Change of -0.76%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,301,930,883 a change of -54.04%
19/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6292 points. Change of 1.09%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 11,536,633,427 a change of 155.43%
18/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6224 points. Change of -0.46%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,516,542,486 a change of -22.67%
17/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6253 points. Change of 0.18%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,840,674,157 a change of -3.28%
16/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6242 points. Change of 2.94%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,038,997,708 a change of 21.55%
15/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6064 points. Change of -0.67%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,968,429,954 a change of -16.12%
12/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6105 points. Change of 0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,923,571,843 a change of -4.84%

FTSE Big Picture 22/06/2020

#Brent #Dax Lockdown inspires some strange behaviour. When my wife suggested we use our privacy to video something we’ve never, ever, done, the concept was only approached with the support of a decent amount of rum. What sort of bloke lets his wife sing while he plays guitar!  It proved quite funny, wife suffering from crushing shyness over her (rather impressive) singing voice, me similarly inhibited with my guitar work.

Somehow or other, we’ve gone through nearly 3 decades of marriage without trying this but a “good idea” to video record something funny for her Mum (in Care Home isolation) ensured an entire weekend was spent, rehearsing something which lasted just 2 minutes 16 seconds***. The jury is pretty firmly out as to whether we shall ever do the same again but the event spawned another idea. What if the FTSE were looked at with optimism, rather than the usual misery it deserves?

 

It would be true to say the constant rehearsals caused a bored mind to wander but the results, after taking quite a different view of the FTSE, were to prove interesting.

 

Of course, we’d be remiss if we ignored the glaringly obvious.

The Red line on the chart highlights where the FTSE would be, had it continued to copy Dow Jones movements but in 2013 everything changed. Wall Street continued heading upward with incredible strength. The FTSE didn’t. Had the UK market remained following the US market, the FTSE would have nearly reached 14,000 points before Covid-19 hit. In reality, the FTSE managed 7,500 points before the collapse.

In the period since the Covid-19 drop, the Nasdaq and S&P have exceeded their pre-drop levels. The Dow Jones has not and neither has the FTSE. The DOW has certainly been trying its best to recover but we’ve a couple of alarm bells ringing due to some recent dance steps.

However, should the FTSE manage to exceed 6,750 points, it enters a cycle where we are supposed to plan for recovery to 8,221 points initially with secondary, if bettered, at 8,728 points. Such movement will take the index into a region where 10,180 presents itself as a major point of long term interest. These figures are based entirely on FTSE movements since 2013, utterly ignoring how Wall Street behaves. It’s clear the last seven years has seen the two index’s execute a pretty solid divorce, making us wonder if the two markets had tried to sing and play guitar together!

 

We’ve a pretty solid suspicion the UK market closing a session above 6,750 shall prove improbable, resulting in the situation where there’s an attraction coming from a bottom of 3,900 points or so, just requiring negative sentiment to force a drop.

 

*** We recorded a tune called Caledonia, apparently one of her mothers favourites.

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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
6:05:16PM BRENT 41.93 41 40.355 39.5 41.62 42.92 43.235 43.55 41.74 Success
6:07:28PM GOLD 1744 ‘cess
6:09:06PM FTSE 6210 ‘cess
6:10:35PM FRANCE 4927.2 Success
6:12:48PM GERMANY 12116 12104 12009 11864 12266 12335 12473 12770 12185
6:15:28PM US500 3070.02 Shambles
6:31:16PM DOW 25639 Shambles
6:34:58PM NASDAQ 9938 Success
6:37:13PM JAPAN 22317 Success

 

19/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6292 points. Change of 1.09%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 11,536,633,427 a change of 155.43%
18/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6224 points. Change of -0.46%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,516,542,486 a change of -22.67%
17/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6253 points. Change of 0.18%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,840,674,157 a change of -3.28%
16/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6242 points. Change of 2.94%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,038,997,708 a change of 21.55%
15/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6064 points. Change of -0.67%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,968,429,954 a change of -16.12%
12/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6105 points. Change of 0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,923,571,843 a change of -4.84%
11/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6076 points. Change of -4%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,224,767,909 a change of 0.67%

 

FTSE for FRIDAY 19/06/2020

#FTSE #Nasdaq Numbers are funny things. The Nasdaq exceeds 10,000 points and it’s front page news. Politicians kill 64,500 people in the UK and 98,000 people in the USA, the media try to ignore it. Thankfully, even the BBC appear to be taking note of Boris’s world beating number, publishing their own analysis, matching the FT’s on the true number of UK deaths. Pro-rata, Boris has beaten Trump hands-down when it comes to killing of the population.

But we’re a little unsettled at a stock market achieving all time highs against a backdrop of record unemployment, funeral counts testifying as to how effective Boris has been in protecting the populace. The recovery of the FTSE from the Covid-19 lows in March makes us question how a country can be rated, neither excessive deaths, excess unemployment, excess business closures and excess liquidations making it feel like we’re in the grips of a Ponzi scheme, one of these things which end very badly with the realisation the emperor has no clothes.

To return to the reasoning for this immediate bout of confusion, the Nasdaq now looks capable of continued growth to 11,211 points. If exceeded, secondary is at 11,840 points and we can’t calculate any higher. Go figure! We would advocate a lot of caution, if the market gaps the Nasdaq below 9620 anytime soon.

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, it’s worth remembering our Big Picture calculation demands the UK market exceed 6,750 before recovery can be taken seriously. Equally, below 6030 gives the first indication recovery is failing.

Near term, above 6,280 should prove capable of recovery continuing to an initial 6320 points. If exceeded, our secondary calculation works out at 6373 points. If triggered, the tightest stop is horribly wide at 6184 points. Perhaps 6245 will suffice but with the market producing volatile swings, we’re less than confident.

Below 6184 looks capable of triggering reversal to an initial useless 6160 points. If broken, secondary calculates at 6110 points and we’d hope for some sort of bounce at such a level.

Have a good weekend.

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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
9:33:59PM BRENT 41.52 40.35 40.105 41.61 41.74
9:36:43PM GOLD 1723.88 1717 1711 1732 1738.5 ‘cess
9:39:11PM FTSE 6215.27 6180 6159.5 6276 6287 ‘cess
9:41:36PM FRANCE 4949.2 4903 4890 4980 4995.5 ‘cess
9:43:31PM GERMANY 12266 12157 12040.5 12483 12614.5 ‘cess
9:45:49PM US500 3111 3084 3071.5 3136 3164 Success
9:49:36PM DOW 26068 25746 25484.5 26301 26671 ‘cess
9:51:58PM NASDAQ 10004 9877 9812 10042 10057.5
9:54:54PM JAPAN 22387 22087 22033.5 22519 22539 ‘cess

 

18/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6224 points. Change of -0.46%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,516,542,486 a change of -22.67%
17/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6253 points. Change of 0.18%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,840,674,157 a change of -3.28%
16/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6242 points. Change of 2.94%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,038,997,708 a change of 21.55%
15/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6064 points. Change of -0.67%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,968,429,954 a change of -16.12%
12/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6105 points. Change of 0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,923,571,843 a change of -4.84%
11/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6076 points. Change of -4%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,224,767,909 a change of 0.67%
10/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6329 points. Change of -0.14%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,183,586,009 a change of -20.17%