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THE FTSE is looking ATH'ish.
With the U.K opening up there's so far no reason why we shouldn't climb higher.
The pandemic is now known to be beatable, holidays may soon have the go ahead and people are now returning to work.
As illustrated a few key resistances need to be broken and tested in order for us to go higher or lower.
BTC has been bleeding all week, due to the panic of the Crypto market.
There was a bounce from 30k, which looks to be where there is support for BTC and we are now currently heading there for another test.
If 30k should hold then we should look for BTC to test the lows once more before probably turning around and starting its climb back up.
Looking in the other...
Overall the FTSE is bullish and seems to be holding above 6860-6900.
If this continues to hold then price has a higher chance of making new highs (7100-7130+).
A bearish FTSE would look nasty as from 6800 I would expect a possible freefall in price.
Btc price is overall bullish (high timeframes) but short term bearich as we go through another 30-40% dip(low timeframes).
This dip im looking for support around 44k, where we should see a possible pullback upto to 60k+.
If this scenario doesn't play out then 32k looks more likely to be the support for a much higher climb.
Overall GJ is bullish and may climb higher.
Above 150.700 , a continuation to 152.100 is possible and around this price we can see if price is looking to go higher.
In a bearish scenario a fall below the yellow trend line 149.440 could mean further fall in price and a retest of yellow trendline 150.300 would confirm this.
The yellow trendline could be respected and price could continue further upwards.
If trendline breaks then a retest and another attempt for price to drop.
Overall bias is bullish.
Not Financial advice but be inspired.
Gold has hit 1680 twice, forming a double bottom.
If price should continue up then 1760 is the resistance to watch and look for a possible entry up to 1850.
There's a possible chance for the price to go short, back down to 1680 and beyond.
Not financial advice but be inspired.
Oil is currently trading around $65, which seems to be a major support and resistance.
A break above means we would see $67.24 and possible retrace to $65.10 and further climbs higher if support is found.
If $65.10 doesn't hold as support then $63-$60 seems to be possible.
News matters! Currently there's a problem with the transport of oil, so prices are likely...
Last weeks GOLD analysis was done on the daily, which made any moves GOLD made look insignificant.
Taking a look at the 4hr, we see gold has been ranging between 1730-1740.
At this point its 50/50 (not tradable) if we break below 1730 then we have further bearish to come (I'm still thinking 1600).
A bullish GOLD would look like a break above 1740, test of...
Last week the FTSE confirmed our bullish triangle pattern, prompting that we will continue higher (for now).
Price ended it week 6770, which looks to be a minor pullback and should continue its move upwards in the following week.
We have found resistance at 6800 3 times prior to this point so a potential bounce downwards to 6730 is probable.
From 6730 is where...
After last week Mondays sell off (discount)to 50500, we can see BTC bulls have found strength again to run the price up before taking a breather at around 55600.
A close above 55600 is a great opportunity to buy into BTC with a stop below support.
Here we can ride BTC all the way up to 60k where price probably will break through with and head towards...
Bitcoin may be handing out some discounts for people to get in.
This idea is viable if we stay below 57k.
54k seems to be a great place to buy is as overall bias is bullish.
Below 53k and there's a chance of visiting near to 44k again.
TRADE AT YOUR OWN RISK, NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE.
Overall Bias is bullish. If price doesn't move below 6700 as it was rejected Friday the 19th then FTSE has a clear runway to go higher.
6800 is the resistance to break and after that 6910 should not be any problem.
7100 seems to be a good target if we continue bullish.
In the last week gold has been bullish, reaching 1745.
Looking at the chart my bias overall is still bearish due to previous weeks of continuous down trending movement.
Short term gold may visit 1750 which may form a rejection or climb its way to 1770-1790 after finding support uppon 1750.