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Mid Week Watch List

In this week’s Technical Insight Craig takes you through the charts he is interested in for trading both short and long term while explaining what his plan is with the hype around the situation in Greece.

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Chart Signals – Wednesday 1 July

Here is today’s wrap and chart signals

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Stock to Watch – Cabcharge

Cabcharge faces the ill winds of change in the form of competition from ride sharing services and mobile booking apps. However, it’s down 40% since September and has hit what could be a major chart support level.

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Chart Signals – Tuesday 30 June

Here is today’s wrap and chart signals

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The Week Ahead

This week’s market calendar needs to be seen in the context of the Greek crisis. Here are some thoughts on the week’s major events

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What now – Germany 30 and Euro charts

With markets in flight to quality mode this morning, the trend is your friend looks as usual like a good rule to follow. With this in mind here are some thoughts on upcoming levels in the Germany 30 and Euro charts

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Chart Signals – Monday 29 June

Here is today’s wrap and chart signals

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EUR/USD triple treat

On Monday, this blog piece laid out a strategy to go triple short EUR/USD. A key part of my overall strategy is identifying higher reward to risk ratios, and this set up ticks the box, with each entry risking between 50 and 100 points against potential gains of 500 to 900 points. The triple short […]

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Chart Signals – Friday, June 26

Asia Pacific indices Australia 200 failed to hold above a Fibonacci cluster near 5,655 and has been knocked back toward 5,620 from a lower high near 5,700. Next support possible near 5,600 then 5,555 a Fibonacci level. Japan 225 continues to slide back from 21,000 with resistance falling toward 20,830 and the index trading near […]

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CMC TV: Bubble ‘o’ Bank – Dividends and...

Australian banks are among the world’s strongest, and heavily supported by investors. In fact, many local portfolios are narrowly focused on the bank sector in  a chase for higher dividend yielding stocks.  This CMC TV presentation estimates current dividend yields, and technical factors, to decide whether or not it’s time to buy the banks.

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