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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 | Mon, 26th September 2016 - 23:25

FORBIDDEN TECH, HIGHLAND NATURAL RESOURCES (again) and a word on SOUND (LSE:FBT & LSE:HNR) We're revisiting HNR due to a strange anomaly which has made itself known. Essentially, we've three arguments proposing action very soon on the share price. Two of them state HNR needed to CLOSE above 40.314p before we can suspect rises, the other (the longer term one) demands it needs now CLOSE above 42.791. On the 26th, the share closed the session at 40.5p

By: Trends and Targets | Sun, 25th September 2016 - 23:37

FTSE this Week. (FTSE:UKX) and a BMR Quickie At this part of the week, at T&T we should groan at facing another 5 days of numeric drudgery but reality is quite different. While the ever present fear of getting things wrong asserts itself, we still get a buzz looking forward to new challenges. This time, we've a feeling of deja vu. Again, if that's possible. Since the BREXIT vote in June, we've seen the number 6903 calculate as a major point of interest on the FTSE no less than THREE times.

By: Trends and Targets | Thu, 22nd September 2016 - 23:37

FTSE for Friday (FTSE:UKX) In the last week, we covered 5 shares which were Top 10 chat topics in an effort to drive millions of folk to our website. We'd finally conceded to accept website adverts in an attempt to ensure we eat regularly.  Our articles on Interactive Investor - and mirrored on the TaT website the next day - received record numbers of readers. We also experienced a reduction in the number of folk clicking adverts which was just weird. So, we're returning to writing about instruments we find interesting and today, it's our FTSE for Friday spot.

By: Trends and Targets | Wed, 21st September 2016 - 22:51

Sepura and 88 Energy (LSE:SEPU & LSE:88E) Sharp eyed market watchers will have noticed The AIM made it above our magic number of 813 points. For just 3 minutes with an upward spike just after the market opened for the day. While the market failed to close above 813 points, we're hopeful it's early warning of some good times ahead for members of the lesser market. Otherwise, Sepura's share price is looking a bit stuffed as, while the recent plunge to 10p seems designed to look like a bottom, when we run the numbers, bottom calculates at 4.25p. Worse, the very obvious downtrend signals the price needs a miracle above 44p currently (BLUE) before we dare describe bottom as "in". The dangerous thing is, any near term weakness below just 18.5 risks the start of a slope down to 6p on the immediate cycle which is certainly in the ballpark of the bottom target.

By: Trends and Targets | Tue, 20th September 2016 - 22:33

CHARIOT OIL (LSE:CHAR) Back in 2012, this was one of the first shares we employed our "real life" targeting methods, successfully mapping the rise to just over 2 quid with exquisite precision. Unfortunately, what happened once it reached our upper target also was to prove precise as, when the price reversed below 175p, some grotty drop potentials made themselves known. And of course, when the price was gapped down by 55p on May 12th, it entered an entirely new phase of existence, one which calculated with a bottom at 3p eventually.