I have to agree.. To see some of the bitterness is shocking on some threads.
I was in the DEB’s collapse. Some individuals lost Everything!! I would not wish it on anyone... We all have families, and some can take their life over something so damaging to their families lives... Maybe more so with hateful comments..
" The Iran-backed rebels warned foreigners to leave the area of Saturday's attack, which targeted installations belonging to the state-owned oil company, Aramco. The facilities could be attacked again at "any moment," a Houthi military spokesman said. "
"We assure the Saudi regime that our long hand can reach wherever we want, and whenever we want," spokesman Yahya Saree said in a statement, adding that drones modified with jet engines were used in the operation Saturday.
RE: Saudi suggesting they want $100 oil09 Sep 2019 21:54
Maybe Saudi’s plan is to “ poke “ the US and Iran. Either way, IMO, I see a glut coming medium term. When The US can ramp up further (with subsidies/ Government grants, political) if needed to regain control. Who knows!!!!
I can't remember who posted this, might have been you Jack, as I value your input.. Note: I have a sell order on all my BARC ( which would be a heavy loss ) at 134.00. ---------- Barclays shares must do this to begin a proper recovery by Alistair Strang from Trends and Targets | 27th June 2019 08:53 Still nursing wounds a decade after the Financial Crisis, here's what our chartist thinks of Barclays.
Barclays PLC (LSE:BARC)
Sometimes we rabbit on about "horizontal trends" and nowhere is the feature quite as demonstrated as Barclays (LSE:BARC) share price since 2011. We've shown it with a purple line on the chart, though perhaps it may be Magenta.
Spoiling the story, the colour conflict had nothing to do with The Battle of Magenta, especially as the dye was discovered in 1859 and named in honour of the event. It is interesting to note the leader of French forces was actually of Irish descent, his family driven out of Ireland due to English property confiscations, opting to settle in France. Patrice de MacMahon (Paddy to his mates) eventually became President of France!
Aside from a whimsical wander through history, along with an ongoing in-house debate regarding Purple or Magenta, we should really discuss what's happening (or rather not happening) with Barclays share price.
Last time we reviewed it, we waxed lyrical about the dangers of 148.823p, if the share had the temerity to close below this level.
Such a disaster has happened three times in the last week, salt being rubbed on the wound by the price also trading below 147p (apparently the final drop trigger) for a few hours.
Yet, the price has not plunged into the abyss of doom, instead appearing to find some sort of excuse for a bounce.
Alas, this is where the purple (or magenta) line comes into play, a horizontal trend dating back eight years and one we'd ignored, due to Barclays share price habit of dipping below this 147p line, only to recovery sharply thereafter.
Only in 2016 - following the Brexit vote (circled) - did the price conclusively dip below this line but once again, sharply recovered. It's important to accept therefore this trend can be broken.
The situation now, from a big picture perspective, is of weakness below 146p now entering a cycle down to an initial 134p. Secondary, when broken, is a bottom, hopefully, of 114p.
To a degree, it feels we are clutching at straws, perplexed Barclays has avoided the opportunity to drive off a cliff. The answer to our confusion doubtless lies with politics and political uncertainty as we await white smoke coming from 10 Downing St chimney to tell us which bus driver has been anointed to actually steer the nation.
Currently, Barclays share price requires above 162p to suggest it has actually bottomed, in doing so entering a region where a cycle to 175p should commence. If bettered, a longer term 192p is now possible. If we adhere to our "normal" rules, we must accept 114p looks like the eventual d