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Market analyst Rajan Dhall talks about the financial market




Latest Entries:

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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Latest Entries:

27
JUN

Morning Shot

Equities in Asia and the US traded mixed due to comments from Fed members that there is support for a rate hike later in the year. The Nasdaq under-performed as tech names struggled, and in Asia the Nikkei 225 was higher by 0.26%.


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26
JUN

Morning Shot

Asian markets traded higher this morning with the Nikkei and ASX trading higher by an average of 0.08%. Today the DUP are apparently in London to hold talk with PM May, so keep an eye on any potential deal. Alongside this a document is set to be released with the details regarding safeguarding the 3 million or so EU nationals in the UK.


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23
JUN

Reflect & Prepare

This week has been a bit of a quiet one, one of the main events was the Queens speech. No matter how many times I watch the speech I am always amazed by the occasion.


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23
JUN

Morning Shot

US bourses were largely unchanged yesterday, in Asia the ASX and Nikkei are marginally higher and Chinese indices are mixed.  Something to watch out for is the Brexit negotiations, yesterday PM May has proposed that 3 million citizens could stay in the UK permanently.


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22
JUN

Morning Shot

US markets closed lower yesterday with the exception of the tech heavy Nasdaq which closed higher by 0.74%. Asian markets were all positive apart from the Nikkei 225 weighed by a strong JPY.


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21
JUN

Q2 2017 Carnival Corporation & plc Earnings Conference Call tomorrow (during market)

During market hours tomorrow Carnival report their Q2 results. I like it when Co.'s report during market hours as it inspires volatility in the price levels. Carnival has been on a great run of late printing all time highs week after week. Having a look at the chart shares have shown no signs of slowing down, volume has been lower heading into the release but I'm sure things will move tomorrow.


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21
JUN

Morning Shot

Asian indices traded lower following the US bourses, energy names were the worst performers as WTI and Brent sold off yesterday. This also took the shine off the decision by U.S. index provider MSCI to add mainland Chinese stocks to one of its popular benchmarks.


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