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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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20
SEP

Morning Shot

Markets closed within close ranges to opening prices in the US and Asia as traders await the FOMC. This is despite politics taking over yesterday, with Trump speaking to UN council delegates and Boris Johnson causing a media storm.


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19
SEP

Morning Shot

After another record close on Wall St. yesterday,  the Nikkei came back with a bang to trade nearly 2% higher. No such joy for the ASX and the Shanghai Comp. which are both down an average of 0.12% as traders look forward to tomorrow's FOMC meeting. 


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18
SEP

If the boss is selling, should you?

Last week housebuilder Linden Homes – which is part of the FTSE250 index construction group Galliford Try - announced that it built 7% more homes in the year to 30 June 2017 (to 3,296) and achieved a 6% uplift in the average selling price of its private completions (77% of the total) to £354,000. Moreover, the company expressed confidence that the second half of 2017 had begun strongly – despite the political instability caused by the June election and the apparent weak consumer confidence indicators. This was just the latest in a series of trading results – and typical of outlook comment - from a number of the listed house builders over the past two weeks, including Barratt Developments, Berkeley Group, Bovis , McCarthy & Stone and Redrow.


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18
SEP

Morning Shot

Japan is away for a national holiday today but the rest of the Asian equities traded higher overnight, following a record breaking session for Wall St. last Friday.


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15
SEP

Reflect and Prepare

What a week! This week did not disappoint in terms of macroeconomic news. The Bank of England got themselves in a right muddle and completely U-turned over policy compared to remarks heard in August. It all started with the CPI readings on Tuesday, a higher than expected reading of 2.9% sent the markets into a frenzy and GBP rose and the FTSE fell, this was due to the fact that traders and investors felt that the BoE would have to normalise sooner rather than later. 


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15
SEP

The Morning Shot

Most of the Asian indices are trading in the red after a missile test from North Korea pushed the markets into a risk off sentiment. Interestingly the Nikkei was the only one in the black after the JPY weakened against the USD.


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14
SEP

Bank of England rate decision preview from FXdaily

Going into the MPC announcement later this morning, no-one is expecting any change in policy, nor should they - now or indeed any time soon.  We would expect this view to be shared by the broader spectrum of investors but, as we know, the reaction today hinges on whether we get any additions to the hawks that are Messrs McCafferty and Saunders, and this would be enough to send Cable on another rally higher, where we would likely see the upper end of what we believe is the current range of 1.2500 to 1.3500. 


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