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Trends and Targets for 25/04/2018

AMUR MINERALS (LSE:AMC) It used to be the case, when a share price was following a long term downtrend, any positive news was liable to provoke quite sharp upward travel. Nowadays, particularly with one trick ponies, this is often not the case.

Trends and Targets for 24/04/2018

SAN LEON (LSE:SLE) One of our pet hates is being asked about a share on the very day it recommences trading. Our answer, unfortunately, is usually like trying to predict Scottish weather. However, in the case of San Leon, there appear to be some logical conclusions to be drawn.

Trends and Targets for 23/04/2018

FTSE FUTURE (FTSE:UKX) We always try and find ridiculous analogies to weave some of our local Argyll stories in with market movements. But this weekend, watching a pod of Killer Whales 'playing' with the local, lazy, fat, seal population is proving difficult to integrate.

Trends and Targets for 20/04/2018

FTSE FOR FRIDAY (FTSE:UKX) & BRENT CRUDE again. Before launching a breathless monologue about Fridays potentials, it's probably best to mention OIL. Last time we discussed BRENT, we suggested in Oil Index needed better 8940 to be taken seriously.

Trends and Targets for 19/04/2018

SYMPHONY ENVIRONMENTAL (LSE:SYM) For some reason, the word "environmental" has adopted similar cache to "health & safety", essentially suggesting something open to debate and ridicule. However, Symphony' share price movements are interesting in a fairly positive way.

Trends and Targets for 18/04/2018

JD SPORTS FASHION (LSE:JD.) We approach that awkward time of the year when fat sports enthusiasts insist on buying their favoured apparel, working on the basis watching sport on TV rather than doing it is good for you. Our thoughts turned to JD Sports, and their future share price potentials.

Trends and Targets for 17/04/2018

ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND (LSE:RBS) For some reason, we always find ourselves delaying any commentary against RBS. Unfortunately, the reason for this is a "what's the point" mindset as the sodding share rarely does anything useful. Or does it?

Trends and Targets for 16/04/2018

THE FTSE, THE FUTURE, The... whatever. (FTSE:UKX) A weekend with some truly surprising results. Apparently the West bombed somewhere without Russia intervening. Perhaps it was the Norfolk Broads, thus unnoticed by the media. More importantly, Formula 1 became interesting in China!

Trends and Targets for 13/04/2018

FTSE FOR FRIDAY & A BITCOIN SNARL (FTSE:UKX) Just for curiousity, we opened a demo trading account to try something with Bitcoin, essentially displaying similar fascination as a moth and a flame. The market is, in our opinion, utterly crooked! Firstly, there was the small matter of an immediate 50 quid loss...

Trends and Targets for 12/04/2018

BRENT CRUDE, HURRICANE ENERGY (LSE:HUR) We last last commented on Brent back in February, our throwaway suggestion implied the price needed better 74 to be taken seriously. Currently trading around 71, it's close but still needs above 74 to start a cycle to 89.

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