Trading Recommendation on FTSE 100 (October 2015 – January 2016)

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FTSE 100 (FTSE:UKX) has been trying to start a long-term bullish journey, which would hold out for the rest of this year (even beyond this year). This market has endearing attributes, one of which is the ability to assume a protracted trending mode when the fundamentals support it.

4 EMAs are used for the analysis and they are EMAs 10, 20, 50, and 200. The color that stands for each EMA is shown at the top left part of the chart. Within the last several months, the price has been swinging downwards, causing the EMAs to slope downwards.

Normally, the downwards movement is usually a harbinger for an upwards movement: the price has broken above the EMAs 10, 20, and 50; which is a threat to the extant bearish bias. It is more likely that the price would continue to make bullish effort until it crosses the EMA 200 to the upside, which would be an end of the bearish bias.

This means that a Golden Cross is anticipated here and once it happens, other EMAs would align with it. FTSE 100 would most probably continue making bullish effort from now on till the middle of January 2016.

If you apply yourself to study and research the markets, you will never cease to learn new things about market and how it works.

This forecast is ended by the quote below:

“Grant me courage to enter new positions, even when my trader’s heart is wounded, because my trading plan determines it should be so.” – Louise Bedford

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