United Kingdom
Age 61
Trading strategy
Medium-term trend following with minimum one-week holding period

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  • Squawk / 16 December 2016 at 23:03 GMT
    Hi Mark,

    The in-depth analysis you provide on the short videos (youtube), are invaluable. They are conducted in an easy to explain fashion and the viewer is not confused with techno jargon or mind blowing charts. It is very true that the more noise you are faced with the more difficult it becomes. I find trading the daily timeframe is a more relaxed trading experience.

    Many thanks
    Alan
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  • Video / 02 February 2016 at 17:29 GMT

    Oil could hit $15, just look at the charts

    Owen Thomas
    The oil price could halve to fifteen dollars a barrel in the not too distant future; that's according to technical analyst Mark Sturdy from SevenDaysAhead.com. He explains that in a world of falling bond yields the worst could be yet to come for crude.
    watch video
    3y
    rhodium rhodium
    If you prolong the chart arrow...it would leave +ve territory.... then? Would it works? LOL
  • Article / 21 September 2015 at 6:15 GMT

    UK gilts set to rally on Fed uncertainty

    Owner / Seven Days Ahead
    United Kingdom
    UK gilts set to rally on Fed uncertainty
    Neither international conditions nor the domestic UK economic environment of weak growth, zero inflation and a government dedicated to restoring the nation's finances are crying out for higher rates. And with equity markets continuing to look vulnerable after Thursday night's FOMC decision, the UK gilt looks capable of a solid rally.
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  • 4y
    thewickedwiz thewickedwiz
    All that has to happen is that equities stay weak and the USD strong.
    UK has biggest financial markets so the most to lose!
  • Article / 01 September 2015 at 15:00 GMT

    Beware the bounce in stocks

    Owner / Seven Days Ahead
    United Kingdom
    Equity markets are now dogged by big uncertainties, including whether the Chinese authorities can turn around the slowing economy and whether the Fed will raise rates in September or delay the tightening. Until those questions are answered, stocks are likely to remain vulnerable.
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  • Article / 21 August 2015 at 15:30 GMT

    UK Gilts have more upside to enjoy

    Owner / Seven Days Ahead
    United Kingdom
    UK Gilts have more upside to enjoy
    The current economic environment is far from settled and stocks are reflecting this. The current Bank of England talk of higher rates, with inflation likely to fall further, may only drive the Gilt higher.
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  • Article / 14 August 2015 at 13:00 GMT

    Gold bears take back the low ground

    Owner / Seven Days Ahead
    United Kingdom
    Gold bears take back the low ground
    Both the charts and the fundamentals favour a lower gold price. Although inflation is subdued and likely to remain so as a result of the falling price of oil, economic growth will surely receive a boost from lower oil prices. This means the Fed is right to begin the slow gradual process of normalising monetary policy, crimping gold.
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