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LLOYDS BANKING GROUP PLC ORD 10P, MX OIL PLC ORD 0.01P, VODAFONE GROUP PLC ORD USD0.20 20/21, FRONTERA RESOURCES CORPORATION ORD SHS USD0.00004 (DI), UK OIL & GAS PLC ORD 0.01P, UNION JACK OIL PLC ORD 0.025P
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Last post: June 16th. See chart.
Review: Price had broken through key support but closed within a zonal area and just above the next pivot support.
Update: Price has bounced off support and closed back above the previous support suggesting further strength.
Conclusion: Looking for further momentum with the bulls and close above the round number 80 to place ...
Last post: June 5th. See chart.
Review: Price was being propped up by a pivot support zone and the daily 50sma.
Update: Price has broken through support with an aggressive bearish bar on Friday.
Conclusion: Price is within a support zone that we want to see hold strong. Any further weakness and we will look to cut out of our long trade.
Any comments or ...
Although current trend is uptrend but we forecast a downtrend wave would begin in Midterm.
There is a divergence in RSI and price between the peak at 70.35 on 2018-01-15 and the peak at 80.5 on 2018-05-22, the probability of uptrend continuation is decreased and the probability of beginning of downtrend is increased.
The RSI ...
Long Brent, on RSI trend support on 4hr chart.
OIL under observation for possible LONG positions.
The indicator in my algorithm has shown good results in this last month on the Daily chart (blue rectangles in the original post on my blog).
This ticker has been ranging in a box between 53.00 and 56.85 (apart from a couple of false breakouts long) which suggests - together with macro indicators - that the price ...
& analyzed it again
- it`s always your decision ...
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