Swing and Position Trading

barjon

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khi said:
i have just entered a long in rbs, anyone any thoughts?
Looks reasonable. My last two trades with RBS were short - the last one was a loser :cry: ) and subsequent action changed my version of trend to up (subject to confirmation) and I almost had an entry signalled, but not quite so I'm on the sidelines atm.

Moving ok for you so far - around 1700 +- 10 may prove a bit of a hurdle?

good trading

jon
 

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khi

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thanks aspex and barjon

yep hope it will do well, but i am confident as its another chart fomation, my stop is around 1640. i am still in itv. apart from opening a new long in rbs i have also openned new long in lgen and gus (sudden got hectic could not post in time). i have closed out my rtr and mrw short (got got stop out) lost a couple of pennies on each. but still shorting bznl (going the right way).

good luck to us all
 

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rbs trading above 1700, nice one aspex and barjon. i have just entered a long in ulvr any view guys?
 

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khi said:
rbs trading above 1700, nice one aspex and barjon. i have just entered a long in ulvr any view guys?
khi

you probably timed it better than me (ulvr) - I went in yesterday and just back to the price now.

short azn this morning

good trading

jon
 

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barjon said:
khi

you probably timed it better than me (ulvr) - I went in yesterday and just back to the price now.

short azn this morning

good trading

jon
nice one jon, as long as its going the right way for us i am happy. its good that someones on the same boat. lets keep our fingers crossed mate.
 

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Now, now, Khi, none of this emotional finger crossing business :cheesy: Haven't you been reading the psychology posts - we're supposed to be coldly dispassionate and emotionless at all times :devilish:

Mind you, my wife always knows what's happening when I pop down for a cuppa so I suppose the odd grin or frown does escape from time to time. Tut, tut - must do better :LOL:

good trading

jon
 

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barjon said:
Now, now, Khi, none of this emotional finger crossing business :cheesy: Haven't you been reading the psychology posts - we're supposed to be coldly dispassionate and emotionless at all times :devilish:

Mind you, my wife always knows what's happening when I pop down for a cuppa so I suppose the odd grin or frown does escape from time to time. Tut, tut - must do better :LOL:

good trading

jon
yeah totally agree, my fingers are crossed for not being stopped out.

o so ur wife does that as well, my wife is not the only one then.