After an appaling run relative to the banking sector, it now has positive sector strength as well positive strength against the FTSE100 (UKX2). I would hold above the corrected trend, and so long as both relative strengths (sector and market) are positive.
BTW Bonsai - just noticed your address. Give my regards to Sid and Bill, and best of luck at the blood donors!
nothing as sophisticated as that I'm afraid.
just a cheap TV card that gives me teletext as well.
thats why its a 15 min update.
Dow futures ?
you dont have winners and losers on futures ?
On the Dow cash I follow trin
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I have to agree with Roger. It suffered horribly before the war and as financial stocks seem to bounce back from these situations most immediately, it has the most to gain? I don't want to say I did or didn't do anything because of the war - In case anyone reading this was personally affected by it. But all world events since Sept. 11 2001,then the Axis of Evil speech put the slant on things as far as I was concerned. Things still seem to be Bullish at the moment - There was an interesting article about the small-cap rally on CBS Marketwatch recently.But as the war recedes,we're back into uncharted territory again! So as long as you use stop losses and don't go in too heavy - worth a punt?