Trends and Targets

Trends and Targets - a new name, but the same old team of analysts with their magic secret software! Formerly Precogz, they provide Interactive Investor’s clients with daily movement forecasts before trading commences, covering nearly 50 of the most popular traded shares. Note: The analysts cannot give financial advice or strategy solutions. If you want to get hold of them, their email is: [email protected]

Trends and Targets for 17/11/2017

FTSE FOR FRIDAY (FTSE:UKX) There are times when we wish it was permissible to shrug our shoulders and admit we just don't know what's happening. The FTSE has spent the last week making some truly mysterious moves which "should" have seen the index bounce around 7308 points, a number it studiously avoids.

Trends and Targets for 16/11/2017

BOOKER PLC (LSE:BOK) Back in the time of the dinosaurs, when buying wholesale supplies at Booker there were repeated attempts to play at limericks. After all, it never required genius to find a word to rhyme with Booker and kick off the first sentence. Somehow, Tesco never figured in the dirty poems.

Trends and Targets for 15/11/2017

PROSPEX OIL (LSE:PXOG) This lot have been appearing in our email recently, so despite it being a sub 1p share, we opted to take a glance at its future prospects. It certainly appears to have a chance of going up or down... We've a problem with 0.005p, you see!

Trends and Targets for 14/11/2017

DIXONS CARPHONE (LSE:DC.) With all the usual nonsense about the release of a new iPhone, we thought it may prove worthwhile to view how one of the mobile outlets share price is doing. Not so great, it turns out. But the changes may ring soon. (boom boom)

Trends and Targets for 13/11/2017

Trends and Targets for 10/11/2017

FTSE FOR FRIDAY (FTSE:UKX) Last nights commentary against Sirius Minerals unintentionally described a problem being faced by wider markets. One heck of a lot of "things", from BRENT to GOLD to The Banks have broken trend, then messed around doing very little.

Trends and Targets for 9/11/2017

SIRIUS MINERALS (LSE:SXX) Our monthly visit to this lot shows something interesting from a nerds perspective. Essentially, despite nothing happening, the market has been sufficiently kind to confirm which trend it's working against. The chart inset is a bit fascinating.

Trends and Targets for 8/11/2017

VERSARIEN (LSE:VRS) This lot provide an ideal example of why we don't need research companies. Suddenly, we're being emailed by a bunch of different folk asking us to run the numbers against a share we've never heard of. We don't need check fundamentals, that's the investors job.

Trends and Targets for 7/11/2017

Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE:RBS) We relish our monthly visit to the RBS with similar delight to visiting a blind dentist. Though, to be honest, it's easy to harbour suspicion most dentists are visually impaired frustrated jokers. "So, how are the markets? Open a bit wider please," is still a sentence which rankles.

Trends and Targets for 6/11/2017

FTSE this week & the BITCOIN Event (FTSE:UKX) It's only fitting we should be writing this rant on 5th November, a date the UK sadly commemorates the failure of some bloke in bringing justice to politics. In the case of Bitcoin, it feels like the fellow in North Korea needs have a word with whoever is mangling the rate between the pretend currency and the US Dollar.

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