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Any of the chartists here confirm the bearish hammer on the Royal mail chart today, its defo overbought, and I believe it will turn into a downtrend for a short period. anyone else have any thoughts on the chart?

To all the Minervini followers, is Petrofac (LON:PFC) in a stage 2 trend? or is it to early to tell? Quality and Value is high, and momentum has started to increase. A little guidance to understand his methodology using this stock as a example would be great by the more informed of his followersPetrofac Limited’s stock price is down 45% in the last year. The…

In order to diversify myself i been looking into the mining sector. GFM:  The group posted an operating profit of $23.5m against a loss of $1.8m a year ago and a pre-tax profit of $22.1m (2016: loss $4.1m). Trading update today, the Chairman Mladen Ninkov commented, "I am sure shareholders, in conjunction with management, derive enormous satisfaction from the outstanding results for the first half…

Ive always been long in my portfolio when I started investing 2 years ago.M y portfolio is diverse consisting of UK, European, US, and EM stocks. the only thing is I never considered how I should protect my portfolio when things go bad. I once shorted a stock thinking it would provide me with some short term protection as well as some gains, and lets…

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1.Brexit 2 Fed hate rikes 3. Trump/China trade war - the repurcussions of this is yet to hit many supporting countries, and the full extent wont be realised just yet but I believe it will be huge and impact economic growth. 4. Bond yields are rising which will take investors away from stock. 5. If Tech continues to stumble, some investors are concerned that other…

What about cannabis stocks such as sativa investments. Was announced today cannabis now available on the nhs with prescription..  Also what about adding gold as a hedge in portfolio. I knw also gold doesnt like interest rates going up. But in unstability it can outperform

my take on the market is if things bounce back up from now, unless the issues causing the fall such as fed rate hikes, trump china trade war, bond yields, brexit etc get resolved THEN its just a fake bounce, and I expect further falls later on down the line. just because prices drop then bounce back up a bit doesn't mean anything has been…

Hi graham thanks for your views on the macro situation... you say you have 20% of portfolio sitting in high-yield fixed income funds. could you give some examples. ive never strayed away from equities, and when things drop I always like to top up. But I also feel im not diversified enough from equities to protect myself and am looking at bond funds to assist…

Minervini also said on the 5th October on his twitter, that this correction could setup a nice buying opportunity. this is how I see the markets: US/Japan in a bull market Europe is moving sideways Emerging markets in a confirmed bear. the above is based on T.A on indices charts. the above can change at anytime. I actually think the correction is healthy and needed

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