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

PipeHawk claims to be: ...the global market leader in ground probing radar technology read more

By: Trends and Targets | Sun, 22nd January 2017 - 23:52

FTSE for the week (FTSE:UKX) We've not published our Big Picture chart for the FTSE for a while and it's starting to illustrate something quite remarkable. It's even worth stressing we've never seen this behaviour against the FTSE but the DOW JONES did something similar back in November.

By: Trends and Targets | Thu, 19th January 2017 - 23:54

FTSE for FRIDAY, CAPITA, and GBP vs USD (LSE:CPI) Despite our utter hatred of near term Forex, the view from a Big Picture is often useful with the Pound / Dollar relationship doing something interesting. Additionally, CAPITA has drawn our attention due to it NOT going down and of course, we've our popular FTSE for FRIDAY outlook.

By: Trends and Targets | Thu, 19th January 2017 - 00:01

Lloyds Bank (LSE:LLOY) Currently a heck of a lot of shares are doing nothing, simply illustrating movements within our parameters. This forces us to pad out our evening reports with "revisit updates" to give the impression we're working hard! Thankfully, this situation rarely remains for long with generally a few days of "nothing reports" presaging some real activity.

By: Trends and Targets | Tue, 17th January 2017 - 23:46

THE FTSE (FTSE:UKX) As mentioned several times, we'd anticipated some volatility at the 7358 level. The market visited 7354.15 before falling off a cliff, so we're inclined to take that as a target met. And in any case, FTSE Futures topped out at 7358.4. [insert smug grin here]

By: Trends and Targets | Tue, 17th January 2017 - 00:02

Premier Vet Group (LSE:PVG) This share always provides an excuse to publish a snapshot of one of our dogs, a breed commonly known as "the vets best friend". This is nothing to do with their nature but rather more an indication of Golden Retrievers ability to hurt themselves. A massive beach can be pristine with just a single nail buried somewhere deep in the sand. Within minutes, one of our dogs will be limping, having found the nail.