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Trends and Targets for 21/09/2017

SKY & QINETIQ (LSE:SKY & LSE:QQ) Our last outpouring of misery about SKY postulated, once again, the probability of 919p making an appearance. It not only was finally achieved but unfortunately, the share managed drop signal, very briefly, below 919 before bouncing, literally all within a single minute, from 903p.

Trends and Targets for 20/09/2017

FRONTERA RES. (LSE:FRR) We've received rather a few emails regarding this lot and worse, noticed it's repeatedly one of the top chat topics in discussion groups on the internet. Our preference is to ignore sub 1p shares, due to price movements often appearing driven irrationally and also, we've a horror of being blamed ourselves as promoting any movement. Our 'thing' is to lay the groundwork where movement is liable to follow some sort of logic.

Trends and Targets for 19/09/2017

SSE (LSE:SSE) Just as the internet stuffed Yellow Pages, we sometimes wonder if all this energy saving nonsense will stuff electricity company expectations? A visit to our local council website to report a street light failure resulted in an LED streetlight being fitted, substantially brighter than the grudging orange sodium glow and, if our exterior LED floodlights are anything to go by, substantially cheaper to run.

Trends and Targets for 18/09/2017

Trends and Targets for 15/09/2017

Trends and Targets for 14/09/2017

Royal Dutch Shell (LSE:RDSB) By bettering 55 USD (marginally), there's a theory Brent Crude has enabled a game changing movement and is supposed to be on a cycle to 60 USD next with secondary, if bettered, at 71 USD. Of course, how much of this is due to hysteria over recent storms or the usual winter fakery remains to be seen! Perhaps we're placing undue credit on a day high of 55.20, especially as Brent Futures only reached 55.065...

Trends and Targets for 13/09/2017

FERRARI (NYSE:RACE) Some folk suspect trends can reliably predict the future. If this is so, apparently the Ferrari Formula 1 team probably face a pretty lacklustre weekend in Singapore as early trend signals are not great. Of course, the folks who know about "stuff" predict Singapore is a weekend where Ferrari should actually do rather well, whereas Mercedes are not highly rated. (Our interest in F1 Fundamentals is showing!)

Trends and Targets for 12/09/2017

Published 12th Sept. CASPIAN SUNRISE (LSE:CASP) and a bit of SAN LEON too (LSE:SLE) It's always nice to find a share with a cheery name on this day when we're reminded when the b****rds stole the magic of flying. Even after all these years, the special feeling of looking up at an airplane remains a fond memory. Instead, we just look down and wonder where the bottom is.

Trends and Targets for 11/09/2017

FTSE FOR THE WEEK (FTSE:UKX) A sneaking suspicion the FTSE has been reacting to the US Hurricane business makes us wonder whether any one the US fruitcake element will prove successful is blowing, shooting, praying, or looting the storm away. Watching CNN news, the excitement was palpable when a wheelie bin blew over in Miami 10 hours before the storm made landfall. FTSE behaviour reminds of the old adage, when the US catches cold, the UK develops pneumonia.

Trends and Targets for 8/09/2017

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