Clive was on CNBC this morning over the phone, talking about the short term outlooks for the FTSE Futures, BP and Vedanta. Please click here to go to our “Media” page and take a look!
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It’s not often Technical Analysis gets a good rap in the national press. I think this is because journalists like to write stories about the markets, so need a reason to explain a move in a particular stock or market, rather than just a plain old “more buyers than sellers” response.
But to be fair the journalist community is getting …
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I thought I’d use the Blog to answer publicly a few questions we have been asked of late, so here goes with one:
Re buying Technical Analysis, I always find …
‘Sell in May and go away, come again on St. Leger’s Day’, or so the ancient wisdom goes. According to convention, investors do well by exiting the stock markets during the quiet summer months, only returning in mid-September.
Not satisfied with old wives’ tales here at FuturesTechs Towers, we decided to do a little bit of empirical research and …
We included the RSI and Parabolic SAR indicators in the new levels sheet available in our Members Area, so thought that it would be worthwhile to briefly introduce them to anyone who might not be familiar with how they worked or how to use them.
Fig 1: The New Levels Sheet. (Click to enlarge)
RSI (Relative Strength Index)
Neither, I suspect, is the answer to the above question, at least not as far as where we are at this very moment is concerned:
We have been bullish since early March, and have seen the market “climbing the wall of worry” as we predicted, with no-one quite believing the rally. We are not doing the “Harry Hindsight/told you so” …
Fibonacci retracements have worked like a dream of late in the Dow, and they’re currently causing our recent bullishness a bit of trouble. Let’s first of all reproduce the commentary we’ve put out today for the Dow:
“On March 11th we changed our tack on this market, moved out of the bear camp, and backed the bulls in …
Just a quick note to those who are looking for educational courses and training related to trading.
A word of warning: There are a lot of courses on offer that are long on sales pitch but short on useful content once you sit down on the day. I have come across many clients who have been on these …
One of the features we added when we made the free suite of levels is a collection of moving averages for each market we cover. These complement the pivot points and market profile levels which we had already been providing on a daily basis.
The moving averages are on 3 different timeframes: 10-day, 20-day and 50-day. We …