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

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By: Trends and Targets | Sun, 23rd October 2016 - 21:32

FTSE THIS WEEK. (FTSE:UKX) For the last few weeks, our daily comments regarding shares needing updated have tended to be quite terse, something gotten away with due to the volumes needing covered. We're not immune from appreciating being "wordy" can be a nuisance, when faced with 20+ updates. However, our outlook for Monday 24th needed padding, due to a paucity of updates being required and there's little doubt Friday, essentially, was a flat stinker of a day.

By: Trends and Targets | Thu, 20th October 2016 - 23:34

FTSE FOR FRIDAY (FTSE:UKX) Whatever shambles occurred during the afternoon session on the markets didn't just roil the UK market. It was used worldwide to trash very many market positions, leaving us with the visual impression that despite the surge being forced backward, the markets really want to go up another step. There can be little doubt that should the FTSE better 7048 points, an initial 7080 points makes quite a lot of sense.

By: Trends and Targets | Wed, 19th October 2016 - 23:43

GULF KEYSTONE UPDATED (LSE:GKP) In the department of odd stories, few things were odder than something I learned this week. Unless, of course, you were a turkey. A chum has a turkey farm in Ireland. A UK supermarket chain needed a batch of turkeys and his were the correct age. He has now a free range turkey vacancy as they bought his entire stock. The reason for the massive sale is a new belief that turkeys will be in demand due to Halloween...

By: Trends and Targets | Tue, 18th October 2016 - 23:38

BMR MINING PLC (LSE:BMR) Our last glance at BMR (link here) had postulated 6.75 initially with secondary 7.25p. Anyone who's been reading our occasional reports against this absurdly "popular" share will be aware we've some reservations just above the 6.75p level.

By: Trends and Targets | Mon, 17th October 2016 - 22:17

PLUS500 (LSE:PLUS) caught our eye recently for all the wrong reasons. The share price was moved below the uptrend since 2015 in a very obvious movement, resulting in the situation where we're forced to extrapolate downhill potentials.