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Occupation: Blogger, Company Director, Entrepreneur, Private Investor, Trader

Interests: Commodities, Economics, Funds, Hedge Funds, Stocks, US Market

Location: South Devon

Twitter: @dscollard

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I track the VFTSE and the VSTOXX as well as CBOE VIX, AAII and CNN's  Fear & Greed ; been trying to pull together an uber market sentiment indicator or dashboard which looks a bit ugly atm but is work in progress. It uses data pulls from various providers to aggregate in a visual wayWhen the VFTSE spiked to this level in March 2018: the…

The intent of this group and forum is to discuss market actions and stocks: had you appended that notwithstanding whatever flavour of duck you want to dub the PM, GBP has rallied and the markets appear to be stabilising then there might have been a valid point. Facebook is probably the better forum for airing political gripes. Let's leave that, along with emotions, at the…

The above refers to the most common type of gaps which occur between the close of one day's trading and the open of the next. They occur owing to large imbalance between supply and demand for a share arising from a change in 1) fundamentals (from an earnings report, profit warning etc), 2) in sentiment (rumours, suspicions, impacts of other similar shares) or 3) overall…

Taptica International (LON:TAP) has initiated a share buyback which, given the liquidity of this share, probably puts a bottom-in for a tradeable recovery with 180p as a stop loss and a sensible interim target of 240p so good risk: reward (Assuming no other shock revelations and gap-down opens). All these gaps are setting-upr some  good R/r gap trades if you keep stakes low to manage…

Some gaps up too with Fulham Shore (LON:FUL), Huntsworth (LON:HNT), Anglesey Mining (LON:AYM)

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