The Annual IFTA Conference, now in its 27th year, has established itself as the global conference for technical analysis and related subjects. This year’s event will sustain its edge with an exciting line-up of speakers. Over three days, they will explore some of the underlying causes of market behaviour and the emerging technical analysis technologies and processes that can
Hello. You’ve most likely ended up here because you’ve clicked a link or message from your Twitter, Linkedin or Facebook account.
Here at FuturesTechs we find Social Media, particularly Twitter, to be an excellent way of adding some value to our customers on top of our “traditional” service, especially if things change during the day to alter the outlook
Below are the commentaries we produced on Monday morning for the Ags contracts. The levels have stuck pretty well. Always good to see markets bahving well Technically, which is more than can be said for some markets right now!!
445.6 was the low back in mid August. After that we saw a rally to 508.2 by
…. I’m looking rather scruffy, I haven’t perfected it yet, but here’s a “draft” of the sort of thing we’ll be doing regularly here at FuturesTechs soon. Enjoy!
Key points from Bund, S&P and Gold Charts get a swift going over.
FuturesTechs FX calls have had a good start to 2013 with net profits of 625 pips in January and 540 pips in February.
We recently held a Free 2 hour “Taster” Seminar introducing Candlesticks, hosted by Cantor Index, which some of you attended in Canary Wharf. It’s always nice to meet clients.
We will be organising another Seminar
Today’s Bund Analysis centered around a possible Head and Shoulders pattern that’s forming on the intra-day charts. So far this morning’s price action has seen a failure at the Neckline of this potential pattern.
Here’s the analysis we sent out pre the 7am open:
Yesterday morning we saw weakness from 143.10 to 142.54, but from here the bulls
The month of February was dominated by headlines surrounding the ECB’s second LTRO and further ambiguous rescue plans for Greece. Nevertheless, investment themes impemented in January remained prevalent throughout February with Equity and Commodity markets continuing to trend higher.
FuturesTechs Liam Roberts wrote a review of various asset classes and sectors in this months February review. Click the link below
So goes January, so goes the year, is a phrase often circulated around the market as the big players and fund managers decide how they want to be positioned for the year ahead. January 2012 was an exceptional month distinguished by significant rallies in banking stocks, tightening of European bond spreads, and a resurgent Euro.
FuturesTechs Liam Roberts wrote a brief review of January
2012 has started well for equity investors as January has seen gains across the board. A standout performer is the Dax which has gained 10.9% YTD as of the close on the 26th January. Mainstream financial media would have you believe that the ESM, EFSF, ECB’s SMP, QE 1 and 2 (3? around the corner) and various other three
One of our services offered to clients is providing trade recommendations in UK equities. After taking a step back from the market last July – October when Risk Reward opportunities weren’t viable given the intraday volatility, our service has resumed and run consistently since December. Capitalising on the year end rally and move so far this year recent recommendations report solid returns.