Tag Archives: Indices

2nd September: NFP Live Trading Day

August 10, 2016

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When we asked attendees of the London Traders Network and the London Traders Forum what they wanted there was plenty of interest in a live trading day. So here it is! Put Friday 2nd September in your diary for our Live Trading Day. https://summer2016londonlivetradingday.eventbrite.com Furthermore we’ll be able to introduce my friend and trading colleague […]

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1st July Post Brexit Views:Losers

July 2, 2016

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So in the previous posts I looked at what happened, followed by possible winners. If there are winners then there’s got to be losers. So lets take a look at some of them. Boris Johnson It’s all gone ‘a bit Pete Tong’ for old Boris hasn’t it? In what should be the crowning achievement of his […]

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13/01/2016: Early Morning DAX Joy with the Wallachie Fan

January 13, 2016

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Morning all, Just a quick DAX trade this morning – just a nice simple set-up using the Domino Candle set-up from the Wallachie Fan method of trading.   After the torrid start to the year that the Indices have seen we’ve actually had bullish Daily closes the last two days. We then had some good news out […]

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4th Jan 2016 – Welcome to 2016: Reasons to be cheerful: Part 1

January 4, 2016

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Happy New Year to all my readers (yes, the two of you!) I trust you all enjoyed your holiday season and over-indulged in merriment with family, friends and loved ones. As for myself I shut down my trading for most of the last couple of weeks of 2015 (apart from a few long term option […]

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June Monthly Indices Candles (Video)

July 3, 2015

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Hello traders, As per usual I’ve done a couple of videos covering the major Indices and FX monthly candles.  Not a massive amount to report to be honest….however that may all change after this weekends Greferendum. Either way, keep your powder dry and be ready for any resultant opportunities before markets shut up shop for […]

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10/04/2015: European Indices Update and CAC position closed (video)

April 10, 2015

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Hey Traders, Here’s a short update video on the European Indices that I watch, monitor and have blogged about previously here. My position in $CAC was closed with 10-11 weeks to run. Why? Well it had hit 98% of its profit target and hanging on for 11 weeks for 2% more profit was not a […]

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2/2/2015: Monthly Update Part 1: Indices & Commodities (Video)

February 2, 2015

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Hello traders! It’s the start of a new month and we now have completed monthly candles to look at. Personally I’m always pleased to see the back of January from a personal perspective however for traders its been quite a month hasn’t it? I am at present reading (and thoroughly enjoying) Jesse Livermore: Boy Plunger the […]

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12/01/15 – New year, new candles: Indices & Commodities snapshot (Video)

January 12, 2015

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Fellow traders, Happy New Year to you and welcome back. Its been an interesting start to 2015 already with a few nice moves for you to get your teeth into. I made an update video on Indices & Commodities. Trade well,   Paul

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Post NFP action and the futility of predictions.

December 10, 2014

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Well today’s price action in the Indices looks less like a ‘Santa’s Rally’ and more like ‘Santa’s Sledging Session’ as prices slide lower with increasing speed. Also added to by the biggest crash in the Greek Stock Market since the crash of 1987 (down 13% today as I write this). Anyway I want to turn […]

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16/10/2014: Video – A week is a long time in politics….but it’s an eternity in a scared falling market.

October 16, 2014

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  Well they say that a week is a long time in politics……but it can be an eternity in scared falling markets. Especially if you were a recent buyer at the highs!  I thought I’d do a quick video on what’s happened and what I’m looking for in terms of opportunities in the major indices. […]

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