This is a major bullish reversal pattern, which is even more significant than a regular Bullish Harami. The outline again looks like a pregnant woman, as with the Bullish Harami Pattern. However, now the baby is a Doji. Basically, the pattern is characterized by a black body followed by a Doji that is completely inside the range of the prior black body.
Hola from Spain--thanks and yes weather bit mixed, summer taking its time to get going although this last week has been high 20's and the tan is looking good. Health, great--check up A1 and medication reduced, so looking forward to some good summer days and lots of 'chicks' showing off their bodies on the beach!! For some strange reason my wife calls me and my mate Tony pervs??!! Just good we have still got it and the eysight to look!! Post again when more to say. GL and happy summer.
up 10.62%. I have seen the phenomenon before that a share ticks along sideways or downwards, then a rise starts with a kick downwards first. That could very well not be the case here, but the increase in activity is encouraging. Could just be people will buy at these levels when they see the prices available and we won't see any more than a recovery from the previous few days, but at the very least, it didn't just stay there. ATB
jonjo. Yes, you are correct. Not worth responding to him.
shatter, I do hope MATRA can raise the cash for a worthwhile acquisition at a reasonable price and soon. That would provide a lot of comfort to the unfortunate shareholders currently sitting on large paper losses. I'm not a large holder, but I have a sentimental attachment to MATRA and would love to see the company succeed.
PS. I can't understand why MATRA haven't yet released their Final Results for 2012. Granted they have until the end of June to release them, but MATRA isn't BP or SHELL. MATRA has just one producing asset (SOKO) so surely it can't take that long to produce and audit the a/c's for 2012?!! Perhaps their is a good reason for the delay?
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