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  • Squawk / 12 May 2018 at 19:01 GMT
    Hi,

    I hope you are fine,Im Stephanie by name please kindly email me at stephaniesaib2@gmail.com i have an important urgent information to give You. Hope to read your mail. Thanks
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  • Squawk / 20 October 2016 at 19:57 GMT
    Hypothesis Testing
    United Kingdom
    May I suggest caution with the SP500 and major indices at present....we aren't witnessing much deviance from current historical ''norms'' even with the added presidential drama's. October is highlighted on the chart. We are looking at the bigger picture for the market here not a scalping chart.
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    zefy zefy
    Licence it to all software packages and make as famous as Bollingers are now ;)
    3y
    fxtime fxtime
    The Ben +Jerry or Hagen Daas indicator then :-)
    3y
    zefy zefy
    LOL
  • Trade view / 04 August 2016 at 6:01 GMT
    Day trade

    FTSE pullback may be ending as crude lends support

    partner and technical analyst / 3 c analysis
    United Kingdom
    Signals have switched back to bullish for the FTSE. Entry is at market and 6570.0, just above yesterday's low. The stop is 6539.0, the window which has remained open since the last four-week close and targets are 6642.0, Tuesday's high and 6688.0, this week's open.
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  • Trade view / 23 May 2016 at 6:46 GMT
    Short term

    Dax gives bearish signals below 200-day average rate

    partner and technical analyst / 3 c analysis
    United Kingdom
    Last week’s signals for the Dax June '16 futures contract were bearish and these have been confirmed, with sentiment posting a fourth consecutive losing week and initial losses of more than 200 points. There remains a bias to sell into any strength while below the 200-day average rate and to test April's lows.
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    Steve Lucas Steve Lucas
    still below 200 day average an d 50-62% recovery to losses since April high.....obviously market bid today....but happy to sell here with relatively tight stop at...
    3y
    DudetteUK DudetteUK
    thanks for your insight Steve... legs and fingers crossed
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    CecioOnlyBear CecioOnlyBear
    Agree Steve
  • Article / 11 May 2016 at 13:00 GMT

    Skewed thinking

    Hypothesis Testing
    United Kingdom
    Skewed thinking
    Efficient market pricing theory suggests markets will price things to perfection where risk and premium are equally assessed and valued. Typically we see this at auctions. But do auctions always lead to true and fair valuations? And are there inequalities in this simple supply/demand-side economics that we can benefit from?
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    inukshuk inukshuk
    Superb article. Will try out. Have been having lots of fun with the DAX looking for spurts during closing. And you are right, it is a weird...
    3y
    Rodrigues Rodrigues
    We should be very aware of exposure management in this trades cause it only takes one trade to loose it all. Saying that If you have 80%...
    3y
    fxtime fxtime
    Stake sizes are smaller and I can ramp the stake size up rapidly. Normally i use near dated options as risk is defined.
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    Corto Maltese Corto Maltese
    Hi Steve, lot of side way moves but still no clear direction; you are still sticking to the call ?
    3y
    Steve Lucas Steve Lucas
    hi corto....yes tricky....bullish on week but for temporary gains and europe is stalling where i expected...however, same view in US but mkt still bid there.....so the longer...
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