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19
JUN

Defensive Buying - week ending 16 June 2017

The number of shares in a defensive buy is dictated primarily by the asking price and the buy/sell commission that you pay – for simplification I will assume that the buy and sell commissions are the same value and will provide a maximum number of shares to buy for a single commission of £5.25, £7.50, £10.00, and £12.00.


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19
JUN

Fantasy Portfolio 2017: week ending 16 June 2017

This week I sold 2571 shares Empyrean Energy (EME ~ 18% profit) (but I still hold in reality).


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12
JUN

Defensive Buying - Week Ending 9 June 2017

The number of shares in a defensive buy is dictated primarily by the asking price and the buy/sell commission that you pay – for simplification I will assume that the buy and sell commissions are the same value and will provide a maximum number of shares to buy for a single commission of £5.25, £7.50, £10.00, and £12.00.


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5
JUN

Defensive Buying - week ending 2 June 2017

The number of shares in a defensive buy is dictated primarily by the asking price and the buy/sell commission that you pay – for simplification I will assume that the buy and sell commissions are the same value and will provide a maximum number of shares to buy for a single commission of £5.25, £7.50, £10.00, and £12.00.


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5
JUN

Fantasy Portfolio 2017: week ending 2 June 2017

This week I bought 2571 shares Empyrean Energy (EME, total cost £100) and 1230 shares Proton Power Systems (PPS, total cost £50).


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30
MAY

Defensive Buying - Week Ending 26 May 2017

The number of shares in a defensive buy is dictated primarily by the asking price and the buy/sell commission that you pay – for simplification I will assume that the buy and sell commissions are the same value and will provide a maximum number of shares to buy for a single commission of £5.25, £7.50, £10.00, and £12.00.


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19
JAN

Reflect & Prepare

This week USD selling has continued and dominated the markets. Many companies that deliver profits in USD must be looking worried at the moment. You can see the FTSE 100 has ticked off the last 4 days as momentum slowed in the recent rally. The DXY (Dollar Index) broke a key level of 91 recently leaving space for moves lower as there is not too much technical support around.


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19
JAN

Morning Shot

There was a negative close on Wall St. yesterday and the Asia Pac area traded mixed. The Nikkei 225 traded higher by 0.22% but the ASX didn't follow as it closed down 0.15% and finally the Shanghai Comp. traded by 0.41%. Remember today sees the vote regarding the Gov shutdown so look out for all the drama leading up to the decision. 


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18
JAN

Morning Shot

After a USD capitulation late yesterday evening we have recovered. The DXY broke 90 at one stage and GBPUSD hit 1.39! In equity markets, US indices performed well again and in the Asia Pac area the Nikkei closed down half a percent and the ASX is flat. In China the Shanghai Comp. traders higher by nearly 1% despite a small miss on GDP numbers.


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17
JAN

Morning Shot

As US stocks hit record highs but then closed lower with the Nasdaq worst off down half a percent. In the Asia Pac area equities followed suit as the Nikkei and ASX both closed down an roughly 0.50% and the Shanghai Comp. bucked the trend and finished higher by 0.26%. 


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16
JAN

Carillion - Shocking Fallout

The company has captured general, as well as financial, news headlines as weekend talks with lenders and HM Government failed to reach a rescue deal. Employing some 20,000 people, but indirectly supporting as many again, the fallout from this failing construction business - with numerous build and maintenance contracts in both the public and private sectors - will be complicated and painful.


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16
JAN

Morning Shot

The US markets were closed yesterday for a public holiday, but in the Asia Pac area the Nikkei had a good session up nearly 1%. The Shanghai Comp. was not far behind at 0.79%, although lagging behind was the commodity heavy ASX which closed down half a percent. 


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15
JAN

Morning Shot

In the Asia Pac session the Nikkei closed higher by 0.26% and the ASX by 0.12%, while the Shanghai Comp. closed lower by half a percent. 


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