So this is the current situation for LLOYDS. There is huge downwards momentum at the moment and both SMA's and Elliot wave impulse (1-5) suggest this. However, the stock will look to retest the area then drop. Looking for around 120 pips bullish movement before hitting my TP.
I am seeing this as a double bottom reversal. Green box is my buy, and red line is stop loss. This is definietly a little more risky than usual. I will keep my stop loss tight if it decides to move upwards, as it will have to break the pink triangle, and there is also all the brexit rubbish going on. In all honesty I could have found a better trade, but meh, let's ...
Lloyds has broken out of trendline resistance and as US 10 YR yields recover and regulation moves out I think it will continue.
I have put in the major levels on the upside to look out for but dont take them for gospel.
They may provide some stickiness but ultimately financials are on the way up as QE reduces all over the world.
1.Support broken Resistance validated
2.Weekly trend line validated (major validation)
3.Opposing level breached by short sellers (major validation)
4.Profit margin 1:2
Could see price Potentially move down to £59.90*
resistance seen @ £61.80 need to break £61.80 without any major retracements
This was a nice retracement to come back into lloyds shares.
The BoE are talking about reducing their balance sheet and we have FOMC ready to normalise after CPI gets closer to the target range.
If the FOMC sounds remotely hawkish then longer term I think we can test the highs, just look for a reaction at 69.40. This is a stable UK bank and at these prices it ...