Richard Beddard
Richard Beddard
| Mon, 22nd October 2012 - 12:27

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By: Trends and Targets | Thu, 8th December 2016 - 23:22

RBS and FTSE for Friday (LSE:RBS & FTSE:UKX) That was a fast week and while we'd prefer pretend RBS share price doesn't exist, it's the 3rd of the clown banks deserving of mention.  There has been an extremely odd facet to recent RBS price movements and it relates to the BLUE line on the chart. One thing our software does is extrapolate movements both forward and backward in time and the fruitcake

By: Trends and Targets | Thu, 8th December 2016 - 00:03

Lloyds Bank (LSE:LLOY) & The Banking Sector The big question is, how can we see Lloyds UP 4% and still describe it as underperforming? The answer, quite simply, comes from utter frustration. Last month, we'd assigned a trigger level to Lloyds at 61p and the very next day, it managed to CLOSE above at 61.4p. So it was all go for a party!

By: Trends and Targets | Tue, 6th December 2016 - 23:44

BARCLAYS BANK (LSE:BARC) For what feels like an age, we've been mentioning 220p as a target for BARC and this week, it has finally obliged, reached target, and now closed above by a reasonable amount (226.75). It results in the situation where we must regard the main "top" on the new trend above 220 as being 250p sometime in the future.

By: Trends and Targets | Mon, 5th December 2016 - 23:17

TESLA (NASDAQ:TSLA) is a bit of an oddball but has appeared in our mail recently, the predominant question being "where's bottom?" As the chart shows, there has been a reasonable uptrend this year which, unfortunately, has broken in recent days.

By: Trends and Targets | Sun, 4th December 2016 - 22:13

FTSE this week & The AIM too! (FTSE:UKX & FTSE:AXX) It's that time of the year when we really want to believe in Santa & his Rally, so it'll do no harm for us to keep a closer eye on the AIM as it remains the market most likely to outperform. But in fairness, the clown sector of the FTSE (aka, the retail banks) have already ticked most boxes for upward action except the final important one.