Warning against Shorting the FTSE100 on Bloomberg

Dont short the FTSE100, just for the first RSI 70 crossover!   A First overBought RSI, is never sufficient justification for shorts. Below is 6 successive cross overs on a monthly chart from 2005 at 5375, till the peak at the end of 2007 at 6800's some 2.5 years and 1400 plus points later. http://www.slideshare.net/FrancisHuntTheMarket?utm_campaign=profiletracking&utm_medium=sssite&utm_source=ssslideview [...]

By | August 18th, 2016|FTSE100, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Warning against Shorting the FTSE100 on Bloomberg

Price Behaviour – Your Insider Detective on the markets – A GulfSands Petroleum revisit GPX:LON

Hi, In April 2013, I viewed a Spreadbet Magazine article, that was bullish GulfSands Petroleum [GPX:LON]. Instantly on seeing the chart I recognised a High Quality Inverted Hunt Volatility Funnel [Inv HVF] in formation. In short I was very 'Bearish' from first glance. I did a draw and concluded a weak rally would likely commence, [...]

By | March 28th, 2016|FTSE100, GPX, Hunches, HVF Theory, News, Trading, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Price Behaviour – Your Insider Detective on the markets – A GulfSands Petroleum revisit GPX:LON

Trading the News, without actually careing for the actual News – The Value of a Volatility Squeeze

Hi,   Even outside a Hunt Volatility Funnel [HVF] set up.   There is an inherent value, to 'not' ignoring a 'squeeze'.   Here was the FTSE100 heading into a key day with Draghi of the ECB due to speak. Smart technical traders should not be looking to buy into the FTSE100 on a sustained [...]

By | December 3rd, 2015|FTSE100, Indices, Trading, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Trading the News, without actually careing for the actual News – The Value of a Volatility Squeeze