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Thierry Laduguie

Supermarket Retailers Buck the Bullish Trend as Consumers Tackle Mounting Debts

21 Mar 2014 @ 14:27
There is something noticeably unusual happening with UK supermarkets – a phenomenon not seen for years. All major supermarkets quoted in London namely Sainsbury, Tesco and Morrison are down sharply this year. Sainsbury’s decline started in November 2013, Tesco’s decline started in April 2013 and Morrison’s decline started in January 2012. Morrison is the worst […]

Too Much Bull in the Stock Market

14 Mar 2014 @ 15:28
Investors should not get carried away by hope that the bull market will continue to thrive after five years of rising prices. The longer a market continues to rise the more people turn bullish, trust returns and good news goes viral, new investors come along seeking easy money and a path to riches, the euphoria […]

FTSE 100 Divergence is a Negative Development

07 Mar 2014 @ 12:56
The divergence between the S&P 500 and the FTSE 100 remains in place. The S&P is making new highs but the FTSE is below its January high. There may not be much action today ahead of the US employment report to be released at 1.30pm. Expectations for today’s nonfarm payrolls are for a gain of […]

The Battle Between Bulls and Bears Intensifies

27 Feb 2014 @ 15:09
There is a raging battle between the bulls and the bears on the Internet. On Twitter and trading forums the bulls are winning. Not surprising, the stock market has been rising for five years. Each time there is a pullback the stock market rallies to new highs. This pattern has been repeating itself for so […]

Emotional Trading – The Enemy of Trading

20 Feb 2014 @ 13:47
As traders managing our positions and recording our trades is something we all learn to adopt. But how about recording our emotions? Emotion in trading is an enemy of every trader. Learning to recognise when emotions are getting in the way of trading is one step closer to becoming a better trader. Having a bad […]

Sentiment Analysis and Stock Market Timing

13 Feb 2014 @ 14:12
The above chart shows a very clear pattern. Each time the S&P 500 pulls back below the 55-day moving average, a sharp rally lasting on average two weeks follows. These moves depict increased participation from buyers which means the index can closed up day after day without any pull back. In fact if you check […]

How to Choose a Reputable Trading Signal Service

05 Feb 2014 @ 16:49
Plagiarism is described in Wikipedia as the “wrongful appropriation” and “purloining and publication” of another author’s “language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions,” and the representation of them as one’s own original work. Sadly the Internet has provided a platform for unscrupulous people to launch trading signal services, these people have little or no experience and their...

Stock Markets Heading for a Negative January

30 Jan 2014 @ 14:08
The latest stock market setback has been triggered by distress from emerging markets and if you can remember 1997 this may feel like familiar territory. “Thailand ran into trouble in July 1997. Four months later South Korea’s president warned his countrymen of the “bone-carving” pain to follow an IMF bail-out. It took over a year […]

Multiple Wave Count on the S&P 500

24 Jan 2014 @ 13:01
Some disappointing news from China yesterday was the catalyst behind the decline. Chinese manufacturing is in contraction and the news from the US was not better. US manufacturing PMI came in lower than expected. This reminded investors that the December job report may not have been an accident after all. While the reaction was normal, […]

FTSE 100 Trading: Sentiment Analysis Points to Further Gains

15 Jan 2014 @ 13:09
Michael Hewson of CMC Markets today writes: “Combine that (net retail sales Q4 number fell back to 1.1%) with hawkish comments from new FOMC voting members Charles Plosser and Richard Fisher with respect to further cuts to monetary stimulus and fairly indifferent earnings releases from JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo and you wonder what […]
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