FuturesTechs has been in existence for over 12 years now. We started life to service traders from the LIFFE Floor who had moved up to offices in and around London and suddenly found they needed a new “edge”, with the noise and “feel” of the Pits suddenly replaced with prices flickering quietly on screens.
Although London moved from Floor to …
Below is the commentary and chart from the FTSE Futures report sent to our clients this morning prior to the open. We had a look at the “bigger picture” today, and it’s an interesting chart…
The short term charts are easy to “read” at the moment. We have seen two failures at 5860, with 5795 the low between these …
Our Natural Gas commentary from this morning highlighted a developing pattern that suggests yesterday’s gains presented a selling opportunity. Here’s a snippet from our report:
I’ve added a line to today’s chart which is slightly tentative but may be confirmed by price action today if we keep 2.837-2.857 in the resistance column.
The line is a Neckline, classing recent price …
Things might be happening in the Euribor. Below I’ve posted the last couple of days’ analysis for the June ’13 contract to paint the picture:
June ’13 is testing the top of a channel that’s been on our chart for a while, in fact the this line gave us Friday’s 99.765 high.
99.825 is the next target …
On July 17th Brent gave a buy signal from a “Head and Shoulders bottom” pattern. On that day we finished our commentary thus: 116.65 here we come!!!
Since then we’ve seen a rally to 108.18 then a pullback that held the broken Neckline, followed by another strong rally. Here are a few snippets from our analysis this week:
Yesterday saw a rally in morning trade to 143.64, a level I missed as this was the 38.2% retrace of the losses from Thursday’s high. We posted a Shooting Star on the 30 minute chart at this high, then sold off to 143.07.
This is a tentative sign that the bears could have a say in coming sessions, …
Corn is at historic highs and is sustaining the bid above 800. Below is yesterday’s Weekly outlook from FuturesTechs. We also provide Support and Resistance levels for traders of all approaches and time frames.
Our Fibonacci work suggests targets of 843.6, 916.4 and 1034 if we can get through 800…”
799.2 capped upside in June …
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 …
Three charts to show you today:
Here is a Weekly showing the gently sloping DOWNTREND LINE that can be placed above the lower highs since the failure/high in October 2007.
What this shows is that the recent rise has taken us up a key juncture. This has pretty much defined the recent highs TO THE TICK.
The next chart …
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 …