FTSE100 Intraday Trading - September 03

Mr Peter

Junior member
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Bonsai - FTSE opened to 50 - is this competion of w4? Would you suggest now back to 200 and then bounce to 50 again?
Mr Peter
 

JeanM

Active member
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Bonsai

I also bought at 27 sold at 45. So busy feeling pleased with myself that I missed the sell which would have been 30 odd!!!
 

bonsai

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peter
dont know
on my chart, it failed to fill the gap.
so it could try again but that really is just a guess.

and too soon,imo to pick depth of move down.
 

bonsai

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Jean
well done

I didnt take the sell either.
couldnt find any chart reason to suppose it would happen.
 

bonsai

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jonnyy
certainly trying to make a floor - or waiting for something ?
may not go up again unless S&P futs can get above its gain line.?

Peter
If we do go up, that may complete the wave 4 sequence of a/b/c
 

bonsai

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does look to be having another crack at that gap

of course, it could always be something a lot stronger ?
 

neil

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Bonsai
Why do you trade FTSE as opposed to US or European (Non UK) Indicies?
 

Mr Peter

Junior member
14 0
Bonsai - thanks and agreed; I 've it closing out at about 48 and dipping back to 200 - what do you think

regards
peter
 

bonsai

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neil
I like to knock off about 5 pm

Pete
58 would be nicer and make it more clear cut
but ......

moving into overbought area now.
 

barjon

Legendary member
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afternoon

all those juicy points since Friday am and I managed just a
meagre 27 of them (with some still running today) - just shows
you can't make fleeting visits to the screen while occupied
elsewhere.
 

jonnyy40

Experienced member
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I've got Rolph Harris Syndrome - 'Can you see what it is yet?' and jump the gun.I'm normally proved 'right' in the end but loose points by jumping too early. (27 points x 2 contracts = £540).
 
 
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