Blogs

By:
Richard Beddard
Richard Beddard
| Mon, 22nd October 2012 - 13:27

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

By: Trends and Targets | Wed, 23rd August 2017 - 23:45

WPP PLC & PROVIDENT FINANCIAL (LSE:WPP & LSE:PFG) This pair of shares, in discovering gravity, provoked a large quantity of emails from folk. Invariably, when a share price is forced down by more than 10% at the open, expecting a reasonable bounce will often prove wasted exercise. Sometimes a price is genuinely forced down to a new trading level, most times not as the market will tend flatten movements before trapping yet another bunch of private investors.

By: Trends and Targets | Wed, 23rd August 2017 - 00:03

NATIONAL EXPRESS & the other SIRIUS (LSE:NEX & LSE:SRSP) In a couple of "firsts", we're looking at a share which inspired one of the funniest song lyrics ever (arse... the size of a small countree!) along with another share which isn't even trading, due to a period of suspension. But it is potentially interesting!

By: Trends and Targets | Mon, 21st August 2017 - 22:35

The Pound, The Euro and a Toilet Flush... (FX:GBPEUR) One of the more encouraging signals, when viewing a trend, is spotting when a price is under manual control. We come to this conclusion, generally when the level of market manipulation eases above ridiculous and such is the fable currently being fed by Pound / Euro movements. The chart below shows the last 10 years.

By: Trends and Targets | Mon, 21st August 2017 - 00:04

FTSE FOR THE WEEK (FTSE:UKX) Our Friday outlook was to prove devastatingly accurate, the FTSE bottoming at 7302.47 while our target was 7301.78. Pretty close by any standards and, aside from blowing our trumpet, we're taking some assurance from our drop target not actually being worsened. Even though it was pretty damned close and again, goes some way to explaining why our two FTSE columns are consistently our "best read" despite never mentioning Bruce Forsyth...

By: Trends and Targets | Thu, 17th August 2017 - 23:19

FTSE FOR FRIDAY (FTSE:UKX) Following a week of artificial movements, generated by artificial outrage against artificial politicians, the FTSE closed on Thursday somewhat ambigiously. Strangely, at lunchtime we'd given a client drop parameter from 7398 points to 7382.05 points and the market bounced at 7382.16, so perhaps some strength exists as our target was not broken.