The FTSE is currently sat at strong support. Sellers tried to push price lower, but the index was bought back up to form a pinbar (red arrow). Lower BB also sits at this point (see %B in bottom window).
Considering the lacklustre fall from the rising wedge and the subsequent pin bar, we can expect 6800 to break (see how long price spent lingering around the...
This is making a retrace after spiking 3 days ago. I am looking for an entry around 0.5 Fibonacci as this aligns with some previous resistance although it is best to wait for confirmation as it could drop further. Once we see a rebound target will be at a new high and where it will meet resistance of 7004.
FTSE 100 has had a big push higher, want to see a retrace before entering a long. Once it peaks on the current spike look for retrace to around 0.382 Fibonacci for entry. I have set target at a new high of 7004.4 although there will likely be some resistance at the previous high so can also take profit there and re-enter on the retrace from there.
Impulse move now corrected to the initial demand zone
IF unchanged / positive Economic data Look for potential Longs
19TH OF Feb (Multiple FTSE companies Earnings report ) A day to watch IF trade ongoing.
This has retraced as expected to previous resistance and 0.5 Fibonacci. I will be waiting to see how this develops before entering a long as this could drop further, watch for the EMA's to cross back over or come very close to. If the price does hold this level then a target TP can be 7031.
My short-term bias is still bearish. I feel price will fall to at the least close the gap. I'm not confident this is a solid break of this short-term resistance as price has failed to take this level with any real conviction. Price is currently stalling at the 61.8 fib which I mapped out on the 1hr chart for this current retracement.
on this chart,
I have drawn, important weekly and daily support marked by green line.
Then I have drawn a parallel channel ( almost, a bit modified due to price fulucatations ) which displays the price reaction points.
My view is that FTSE would rise,
and touch the upper trendline.
I have also posted instructions on the chart itself.