United Kingdom
Age 47
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 has been shortlisted in 3 categories.

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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  • Squawk / Thursday at 10:07 GMT
    Technical Analyst / FuturesTechs
    United Kingdom
    Something for the contrarians. USDCAD seems to get a nosebleed every time it nudges up to 1.3600, and this time may be no exception. We hit a high of 1.3650 overnight before Mr Trump got busy talking all things NAFTA, which prompted a sell off down to 1.3530. We left a vacuum to 1.3609 on this move and have only managed a rally to 1.3599 on the recovery trade.

    So selling shy of 1.3600-09 with a stop above 1.3650 could be a really good (albeit against the recent trend) trade from a Reward/Risk point of view as we can target 1.3530, 1.3440 and 1.3320 on a pullback.

    I'm not about tomorrow so have a good (long) weekend.
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  • 4d
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    If you did this trade on Friday you can cover now as we've hit both the targets suggested, thanks to a strong reaction to the French election...
    2d
    DudetteUK DudetteUK
    That was an amazing call Clive! Thanks!
    2d
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    ...with a little help from the French electorate, though, eh?! ;-)
  • 18 April
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    @Matsuri: I'm using retracement levels of the latest run up. A strong underlying tone may see support already being established ahead of $1274 but given the strength...
    18 April
    matsuri matsuri
    I expect gold to fall to at least $1257 - 38,2 Fibo between 1195 and latest high.
    19 April
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    I have important supports in Gold at 1282, 1274.1, 1266.6 and 1259.7, all of which suggests the path higher is a far easier one to tread for...
  • Squawk / 13 April 2017 at 10:52 GMT
    Technical Analyst / FuturesTechs
    United Kingdom
    The S&P broke trend support yesterday, adding weight to the idea that we may finally be seeing a sustainable push lower. Now we'll see if 2345.50 stays above today, then we can think about a fresh test of 2316.50, the late March low. Below is our report to clients today...
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  • Squawk / 11 April 2017 at 9:59 GMT
    Technical Analyst / FuturesTechs
    United Kingdom
    Gold got through a big downtrend line on Friday... but didn't STAY above here, and as we saw back in November this failure resulted in a "Shooting Star" candlestick, a powerful (Bearish) reversal pattern (Although this time around it doesn't look half as scary as back in November!). Yesterday's saw some weakness that found buyers so things may be different this time. The downtrend line is at 1262.7 today and is still above us, so the mission for the bulls is to see us above here to see off the bear threat posted by Friday's Shooting Star.

    A break below 1239.4-1241. 5 is what the bears need to get some confirmation that last friday may have been a high similar to November's...

    Above 1262.7 look for 1273.3 then 1278.7 initially, then 1320.
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    18 April
    Morris Morris
    It is also @ your 61.8% so a pullback is not uncommon.
    18 April
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    Fib' level is 1278... below... seen off... albeit not convincingly yet... but if we hold here and/or 1283 on pullbacks the bull argument is strong.
    18 April
    Morris Morris
    Dow opening down could help?
  • Squawk / 06 April 2017 at 10:55 GMT
    Technical Analyst / FuturesTechs
    United Kingdom
    Here is an excerpt from my report to clients for Brent Crude (June '17) today:

    Short Term Trend: Bullish

    Medium Trend: Neutral – Bullish

    Candlestick charts say: Last week I said: “We now ask that 52.65-53.02 is retaken to say for sure that a bottom is in place. This is our favoured skew” - DONE! We then suggested 55.06 then 57.50 and 58.37 as the next upside targets. We hit the 55.06 yesterday… and fell over… posting a “Shooting Star” reversal candle, which is a worry for the resurgent bull story.

    Market Profile charts say: Vacuum between 53.76 and 53.90 is still below and 53,72 is Marabuzo support to boot. So this could be an interesting area for a buy dip trade today.

    Summary: We saw some decent gains last week after the Hammers seen the week before, and on Tuesday the bulls got busy after a shaky start. Yesterday’s upside rejection is a worry for the bulls though.
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  • 12 April
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    A small "footnote" to this. Look at the DAX chart today: That channel support line and gap did a job ALMOST TO THE TICK to give us...
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