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Will Diageo see an upturn?

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Does anyone have any thoughts on Diageo?

 

They have taken a large fall since previous highs in Dec 2017. Will the downwards fall continue?

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Compare to the FTSE chart (weekly) Diageo keeps pretty well in step and even leads on some occasions.

 

 

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I reckon it's got a wee bit to fall yet, Cleopatra 🤡

 

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Proof that the ridiculous spiking candles are not a phenomenon unique to IG

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41 minutes ago, dmedin said:

Proof that the ridiculous spiking candles are not a phenomenon unique to IG

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    • My brain isn't working properly any more
    • I would says so, unless you are dealing with short time frames and large sums of money and you are able to be glued to the screen 100% of the time and give it your full attention.
    • So that's a bearish candle, after an up move that's running out of steam (with small read bodies and long legs), falling back down towards established Fibonacci levels, with a MACD crossing from above 0 and RSI below 50     At one point I had the RSI set to 9, and that additionally gives an overbought divergence (price goes higher but RSI doesn't).  This also gives a nice oversold indication when the move down is coming to an end  
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