United Kingdom
Age 56
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Medium-term trend following with minimum one-week holding period
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just trying to make a little bit of money. Sometimes successful somtimes not
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 5:41 GMT
    Partner at 3 C ANALYSIS / 3cAnalysis
    United Kingdom
    CABLE - Weak rally keeps sentiment bearish.
    Yesterday's report highlighted an oversold situation. That proved justified as, after marginally failing to reach of 1st downside target, some profit taking developed. The resulting bounce was not an aggressive one but limited net movement suggested that selling pressure had stalled. But the upside failure at Tuesday’s Marabuzo line has led to some renewed selling interest in Asia, confirming the underlying bearish tone.
    We look to Sell at 1.3156 and 1.3180.
    The stop is 1.3224 bid with targets 1.3137, 1.3118 and 1.3088.
    Closes 4pm London time
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    1d
    marran marran
    yep IL the options were a success! but a little bit lucky perhaps
    1d
    JVKNL JVKNL
    Alan youre a genius.
    21h
    IL IL
    marran... there is nothing to do with luck. Just watch it every day :-)
  • Squawk / Tuesday at 3:16 GMT
    Chairman
    Romania
    Got Trumped a bit last night with a USDJPY trade stopped out (small loss fortunately) and another one long trade, GBPJPY, stopped at break even. I suppose I owe that to US - China spats lately. Great job. Mr Donald!
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    3d
    marran marran
    im stopped out as well on usdjpy, you see it coming back up?
    3d
    alki alki
    Nope. I would rather sell a rally to reverse trend line resistance at 110.12. But its tricky now that trade wars are here to stay. Keep an...
    3d
    Cat Cat
    The Yen can be a beast on its own. I've been on the wrong side of it..tread carefully :-)
  • Squawk / 08 June 2018 at 19:27 GMT
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    The Netherlands
    Hey Marran, you know any more like Alan Taylor for advise next week??
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    08 June
    JVKNL JVKNL
    I mean Collins ofcourse
  • Squawk / 08 June 2018 at 5:55 GMT
    Partner at 3 C ANALYSIS / 3cAnalysis
    United Kingdom
    EURJPY - Demand stalled, scope for setback.
    While Wednesday’s bullish signals for EURJPY were confirmed as a sequence of higher daily lows and highs was extended with strong gains, despite there being no clear bearish reversal pattern, Thursday’s signals switched to selling the rally at 129.90. This was the correct interpretation and although there is still no Clear sell signal the outlook for Friday remains bearish.
    So we look to Sell at 129.50 and 129.74.
    The stop is 130.28 bid.
    Targets 129.20 and 128.65.
    Closing 4pm London time
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    08 June
    KS2011 KS2011
    Thanks Alan, have a good break
    08 June
    JVKNL JVKNL
    Hey Alan enjoy your holiday and I want you to know that we dont mind if you give us a daily idea here from you holiday resort.....
    4d
    JVKNL JVKNL
    I hope that our guiding light will be back tomorrow
  • Squawk / 07 June 2018 at 5:49 GMT
    Partner at 3 C ANALYSIS / 3cAnalysis
    United Kingdom
    USDCAD - Bounce from key average points higher
    All Wednesday’s downward objectives were met as Tuesday’s powerful upside rejection deepened. But the latter part of the day’s trading was a sharp rejection of the lows. This positive rebound regained all of the initial decline and, importantly, kept USDCAD above the key 13 day mvg avg, on a closing basis. So, this morning’s call is Bullish.
    We look to Buy at 1.2940 and 1.2922.
    The stop is 1.2887 offered.
    Targets; 1.2976 (stop to break even), 1.2998 or even 1.3019.
    Closes 4pm London time
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    07 June
    JVKNL JVKNL
    @KS2011 why do you think that?
    07 June
    marran marran
    im in on this trade so fingers crossed
    07 June
    AlanCollins AlanCollins
    For those who managed entry on this, I'm reducing longs at 60 with stop raised to 34 and buy dip cancelled.
  • Squawk / 05 June 2018 at 5:51 GMT
    Partner at 3 C ANALYSIS / 3cAnalysis
    United Kingdom
    USDCAD - Suport of key average points higher
    Against a background of bullish signals for sentiment for this week yesterday began with selling pressure. That decline took USDCAD back to the 13 day mvg avg but, importantly, that point was not broken. The resulting rebound was not extensive but enough to create a mildly positive bias. So with these factors as a backdrop, this morning’s call is Bullish
    we look to Buy at 1.2930 and 1.2900 targeting 1.2968 (where risk can be raised to breakeven), 1.2985 or even 1.3019.
    The stop is 1.2873 offered.
    Time frame, intraday, closing 4pm London time
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    05 June
    AlanCollins AlanCollins
    tks guys
    05 June
    Romanatrader Romanatrader
    Hi Alan, another great call, super...you are genius
    05 June
    geirth geirth
    Great! I am still in, hope for 1.30!! Have moved S/L to 1,2950.
  • 04 June
    Kay Van-Petersen Kay Van-Petersen
    Hey Marran, TGIM! Hit up your friendly Saxo relations manager & get them to drop KVP a mail... I will personally add you to the hottest &...
  • Squawk / 01 June 2018 at 5:57 GMT
    Partner at 3 C ANALYSIS / 3cAnalysis
    United Kingdom
    EURUSD - Capped by key average, sentiment is negative
    Yesterday's positive call was confirmed as EURUSD was bought at higher levels for a 2nd day in a row. This improvement took the currency pair to test the key 13 day mvg avg. That point is unbroken, on a closing basis, since April 19th, and again held the topside. This has led to modest downside in Asia – deep enough to provide mildly negative intraday signals for sentiment.
    So we recommend selling at 1.1675 and 1.1693.
    Stop at 1.1729 bid
    Targets 1.1641 (where stop lowered to break even), 1.1604 or even 1.1573.
    Time horizon is intraday only, closing 4pm London time
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    02 June
    AlanCollins AlanCollins
    are you referring to the NFP trading strategy or my EURUSD trade idea which did have some limited success?
    02 June
    JVKNL JVKNL
    Good morning Alan ! your EURUSD trade. I did the buy price at 41 but it didnt hit before 15:30. :(
    02 June
    JVKNL JVKNL
    It got stuck at 48 unfortunately
  • Squawk / 30 May 2018 at 5:52 GMT
    Partner at 3 C ANALYSIS / 3cAnalysis
    United Kingdom
    EURGBP - Capped by key average, points lower
    Two of yesterday's downward targets were met as Mondays’ upside rejection continued to prove relevant. EURGBP was sold below .8700 and to the most negative levels traded for 5 weeks. The broad range that has dominated the last 7 weeks has not been definitely broken but although that adds a note of caution our technical studies remain bearish.
    So we look to Sell in .8705/10 area and at .8729.
    The stop is .8759 bid.
    Targets - .8681, .8669 and .8655
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    30 May
    marran marran
    we are getting a bit of a stuffing in this trade im afraid
    30 May
    JVKNL JVKNL
    It does not say that its till 16 hours.
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