United Kingdom
Age 48
Biography
Clive Lambert is the Chief Technical Analyst at FuturesTechs, a leading Independent provider of Technical Analysis, established in 2000. FuturesTechs provides analysis across all asset classes to Professional Traders and Money Managers in the UK and Europe.

He is a Board member of the UK Society of Technical Analysts.

He is the Author of “Candlestick Charts”, published in 2009.

FuturesTechs won three awards at the 2014 Technical Analyst Awards: Best Independent Research House for FX, Best Independent Research House for Fixed Income, and Independent Research House of the Year.

The 2015 Awards completed the set; named the winner in the Best Commodities, Energy and Power Research category.

In 2017 FuturesTechs was shortlisted in 3 categories and won "Best Independent Research House for Commodities"

FuturesTechs' daily Analysis covers a variety of Asset Classes; Commodities, Bond Futures, STIRs, Equity Indices, Individual Equities, and Forex.

www.FuturesTechs.co.uk
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  • 3d
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    Note these levels are for September '17 Futures.
    3d
    Norberto Norberto
    OK Clive thank you
  • Squawk / Wednesday at 10:40 GMT
    Technical Analyst / FuturesTechs
    United Kingdom
    This is what I put out to clients this morning for the DAX Futures (Sep '17):

    Short term trend: Bullish
    Medium term trend: Bullish
    Candlestick Chart says: Yesterday we gapped higher on the open, made a new ATH with a 12948.5 print, then spent the rest of the day selling off, posting a red candle; a “Dark Cloud Cover” formation. BUT we held gap support at 12757 and trend support, which is at 12737 today, so arguably the bulls are still basking in the sunshine rather than worrying about dark clouds (did you like that?!). Below these two 12617 and 12491.5 are the initial targets for a pullback trade.
    Profile charts say: Left a couple of vacuums yesterday: 12829, 12863.5 (coinciding with Marabuzo) and 12900.
    Summary: RSI says we should be going lower, but price isn’t confirming yet. Let’s see if 12757 and 12737 see a test today.
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    5d
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    Ugly! We broke some really important support around 46.42-64 yesterday and have struggled at 46.25 today. A move above 46.25 might offer some relief in the shape...
    5d
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    Q, Here is my Brent report to clients from this morning with levels etc...
    5d
    Q Q
    Nice, thanks Clive!
  • Squawk / Tuesday at 11:42 GMT
    Technical Analyst / FuturesTechs
    United Kingdom
    This morning's drop in Crude is not good news, technically.

    We had some big support around 46.42-64 in Brent (August '17). This has broken as we've traded down to 45.85 as I write. The bulls need to get busy quickly if they're to rescue this, otherwise the next downside targets are 43.57, 42.73 and 41.51.

    In the (US) Crude/WTI (July ’17) this morning's losses have broken similarly important support around 43.76-44.09 to see us at levels not seen since November for the front month. 42.20 was the low/bounce back then so is the next support of note, then 40.64 and 39.19.

    Nasty.
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  • 19 June
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    This traded up to 1.1215 on Friday evening and have failed here again today, so although this trade idea is offside the levels that protect our stop...
  • Squawk / 14 June 2017 at 12:25 GMT
    Technical Analyst / FuturesTechs
    United Kingdom
    Gold is “teetering” around a key short term Fibonacci level at 1266.5. We traded through here yesterday to 1260.5 but recovered into the close to post a "Hammer" shaped candle, a sign of downside rejection.

    A close below 1266.5 and a break of 1260.5 opens up the potential for further weakness in the short term targeting 1246 then 1232.

    So the bulls need to defend 1266.5 then take us above 1277.4 to suggest a retest of this big resistance area around 1297 where we have two failure/highs, from mid-April and last week, as well as a downtrend line on the weekly chart (below).
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    6d
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    The 1246 target I highlighted last week has now been hit as the bears tighten their grip. 1248.6 is an early resistance today and 1251 migt also...
  • Squawk / 13 June 2017 at 8:55 GMT
    Technical Analyst / FuturesTechs
    United Kingdom
    The charts this morning suggested that 1.2700-20 might be an area where sellers would return in Cable (GBPUSD) and with the numbers out of the way price action appears to be agreeing. A short here (1.2698 last) targets a return to the 1.2635-40 lows seen over the last few days, then 1.2468 once these break.

    Or if you want to look at Sterling vs the Euro (EURGBP) we have 8818 as strong support and this has held twice now. Once we get above yesterday's 8868 high we are trading at levels last seen in November and have scope to head to 9050.
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    13 June
    John Roberti John Roberti
    how much do you think the positive CPI data will impact on your vision of cable going down from 1,2720? Your opinion would be appreciated
    14 June
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    Sorry John, I was out of the office yesterday. clearly the market had other ideas, and yesterday's gains in Sterling have continued this morning, spiking up to...
  • 09 June
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    Just to give a quick update we have seen weakness down to 1.2636 for GBPUSD where some buyers have been found and we've now rtaded back up...
    09 June
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    The FTSE and Gilts have held steady despite the uncertainty, The FTSE buoyed by the weaker Sterling, I guess!
  • Squawk / 07 June 2017 at 11:02 GMT
    Technical Analyst / FuturesTechs
    United Kingdom
    My Gold report to clients this morning:

    Short Term Trend: Bullish

    Medium Trend: Neutral – Bullish

    Candlestick charts say: We got back to that April high at 1297.4 yesterday, printing 1298.8 before finding some sellers (only some though!). I thought I’d post the weekly today, and the bar chart, so we can look right back to 2011 to show the downtrend line on this chart. This line is at 1297 this week. So this is a big level for more reasons than one. And this suggests that if we can get into the 1300s and close strongly this week we can head to 1377.50-1380, which is another really big resistance “bigger picture” as it’s last July’s high/failure and a big Fibonacci level.

    Profile charts say: A number of vacuums were “left” yesterday; 1292.5, 1290, 1287.6, and 1284.5.

    Summary: 1297 is BIG! If you’ve been waiting patiently for a shorting opportunity this could be it….
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    07 June
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    ...and my Silver report:

    Short Term Trend: Bullish

    Medium Trend: Neutral

    Candlestick charts say: As with Gold I thought I’d post the weekly chart today. As with...
    07 June
    DudetteUK DudetteUK
    Thanks
    08 June
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    Gold is being hit today. We've just seen selling down to 1275.5 and we'll now watch 1283.5 on any attempted recovery. 127 is Marabuzo support and 1266...
  • 02 June
    JMunOZ JMunOZ
    Clive, EURUSD bounced with the NFP numbers but can you see EUR building on the 112?
    06 June
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    EURUSD has strong support at 1.1229-46 which seems to be attracting buyers on dips so looking good for further upside as long as this area holds. 1.1350...
  • Squawk / 31 May 2017 at 11:15 GMT
    Technical Analyst / FuturesTechs
    United Kingdom
    Struggling to find any trading opportunities of note today in FX Land and always wary that month end can produce moves that sometimes make no sense! I'm reminded of a phrase I used to hear (I think from my Grandad) as a kid: "If you've got nothing sensible to say lad, don't say anything at all". It's a bit like that with trading: If you've not get a firm trade setup then DON'T TRADE!

    EURUSD is rallying once more after finding buyers ahead of support at 1.1100 yesterday.

    EURGBP has revisited Friday's 8751 high this morning and found sellers but would need a break below 8655 to give any sort of firm sell signal.

    EURJPY keeps failing on rallies to 124.30-50 and is back there now...

    USDJPY looks heavy with rallied to 111.20 in the last 24 hours finding sellers.

    AUDUSD was suggested as a short trade by yours truly last week. This hasn't really got going but the idea hasn't been negated either. The overnight high was bang on resistance at 0.7480.
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    01 June
    Davoud Davoud
    never seen such a confusing gesture for MACD in 4H chart for long time; what is going on ?
    03 June
    Davoud Davoud
    do you think what happened yesterday afternoon was a real breakout for EURGBP ?
    06 June
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    Yesterday was a "Bearish Outside Day" in EURGBP with a higher high, lower low and lower close versus the previous day (Friday), so still a confused outlook...
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