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Trends and Targets for 2/11/2017

BARCLAYS (LSE:BARC) and BITCOIN We'd written a wonderful self congratulatory article about Bitcoin, due to it achieving (and retreating from) our target high of 6595. Calling up a chart revealed the sodding pairing had bettered 6595 (against all logic) while it was being written about. So, unless Bitcoin breaks below 6409 (making a short valid), we're clueless for now!

Trends and Targets for 1/11/2017

BMR GROUP (LSE:BMR) BREXIT and BMR have quite a bit in common. For instance, despite a lot of talk, the last few months have been punctuated by the production of absolutely nothing. Additionally, people tend get bored with an absence of action. However...

Trends and Targets for 31/10/2017

ASCENT RESOURCES (LSE:AST) plus GKP too In keeping with the commercial spirit of Halloween, we should probably mention Gulf Keystone' share price. It appears liable to give a fright to those shorting it as movement into the 120's looks probable. The price needs break 90p to throw a fright into our calculations.

Trends and Targets for 30/10/2017

FTSE THIS WEEK (FTSE:UKX) Sometimes trends are strange. For the week ahead on the FTSE some nerves feel apparent. Given events in Europe, it seems sensible to suspect the markets are ready to panic if Spain opts to increase its political prisoner count and react harshly against its own population.

Trends and Targets for 27/10/2017

FTSE FOR FRIDAY (FTSE:UKX) Since seeing a UFO above our office in Argyll a couple of months ago, literally every evenings analysis work finishes with a wander outside to look at the sky. It's Scotland of course, rains a lot. And is cloudy even more, with a starry night something for the imagination.

Trends and Targets for 26/10/2017

LLOYDS BANK & GBPUSD (LSE:LLOY & FX:GBPUSD) The pairing, GBPUSD, known as "Cable" proves there's nothing more stupid than an unasked question! For years, we've cheerfully used "cable" without knowing where the term came from...

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GREATLAND GOLD (LSE:GGP) and FTSE thoughts too. We're probably not the only folk who've noted the FTSE has been as boring as heck for the last few weeks. Eventually, the penny dropped. A flat trend has developed at 7520 with roughly Plus or Minus 40 point range.

Trends and Targets for 24/10/2017

SEEING MACHINES (LSE:SEE) We last reviewed this back at the start of 2015 (link here) and unfortunately the share price used the period since to studiously avoid bettering our criteria for any upward travel. However, to judge by a bunch of emails, expectations perhaps are changing.

Trends and Targets for 23/10/2017

FTSE THIS WEEK (FTSE:UKX) Recent movements with the market taught one thing. Sneezing while lazily brushing teeth with an electric toothbrush is bad, especially in front of three market monitor screens at 8am on a Friday. The subsequent mess took ages to clean but alas, the FTSE's intentions remain a bit unclear.

Trends and Targets for 20/10/2017

FTSE FOR FRIDAY (FTSE:UKX) & SPAIN Too. Having lived through the Scottish independence thing, we've a horrid fascination watching events in Spain unfold and suspect the worst is coming. Of course, we've kept a close eye on the IBEX and it starts to appear the Spanish Index also fears trouble ahead.

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