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Just a work in progress thread really, for shares where I think a quick 10% or so might be obtainable. Will see if it has mileage, else will ask a mod to scrap it if I cannot keep it going. I wont really be going into much depth, just the share, maybe a chart or two and the levels so we (I) know if it worked or not! No real  in-depth analysis here. Anyone else feel free to add. 

<No recommendations, just ideas to see how they play out>

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31/07/2018

BUY BARC £1.948 (results imminent)

BUY BATS £42.00 ( daily chart looks favourable)

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Nice  - as an FYI you can also easily 'quote' the section you originally posted to make it easy to follow for yourself and others on the Community. Example below. I like your idea :) .

22 hours ago, rimmy2000 said:

31/07/2018

BUY BARC £1.948 (results imminent)

BUY BATS £42.00 ( daily chart looks favourable)

example example example 

02/08/18 - follow up to the above

BARC good results out on high earnings - up 6% at 206.5p sold half.

BATS breakout failed - down 2% sold to close at £41.15

example example example 

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01.08.18 at 14.30pm

sell crypto / bitcoin. Reversal of recent rally and no real news to pump. SEC recently rejected winklevoss ETF application. 

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15 hours ago, rimmy2000 said:

Nice one. Looks like it may work. Sell  [bitcoin]  at $7583.74

currently 7664 but yes it seems to be bouncing off that trend pretty solidly - so i'd let it run if you can cover losses to maybe 8100 where I would add a stop.

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On 8/1/2018 at 2:30 PM, PandaFace said:

01.08.18 at 14.30pm

sell crypto / bitcoin. Reversal of recent rally and no real news to pump. SEC recently rejected winklevoss ETF application. 

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Sold at 7583, now 7320. 

260 points in profit. Taking 10% (as dealing costs are negligible due to percentage value rather than flat commission so meh) and looking to close half of we go down to 6700. Stop moved to break even.

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On 8/3/2018 at 11:47 AM, PandaFace said:

Sold at 7583, now 7320. 

260 points in profit. Taking 10% (as dealing costs are negligible due to percentage value rather than flat commission so meh) and looking to close half of we go down to 6700. Stop moved to break even.

Market just hit 6700 so closing half (on top of 10% previously closed) for 883 points profit. 

Looking to square and reverse remainder at 5900 however stop on open trade moved to 7000 to 7200 every 50pts with 1/5th of size on each. 

:)

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On 7/31/2018 at 12:08 PM, rimmy2000 said:

Just a work in progress thread really, for shares where I think a quick 10% or so might be obtainable. Will see if it has mileage, else will ask a mod to scrap it if I cannot keep it going. I wont really be going into much depth, just the share, maybe a chart or two and the levels so we (I) know if it worked or not! No real  in-depth analysis here. Anyone else feel free to add. 

<No recommendations, just ideas to see how they play out>

First two
31/07/2018

BUY BARC £1.948 (results imminent)

BUY BATS £42.00 ( daily chart looks favourable)

15/08/2018

BARC went through my stop at £1.83, so closed for now and back on watch.

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On 8/7/2018 at 10:59 PM, PandaFace said:

Market just hit 6700 so closing half (on top of 10% previously closed) for 883 points profit. 

Looking to square and reverse remainder at 5900 however stop on open trade moved to 7000 to 7200 every 50pts with 1/5th of size on each. 

:)

Oh yeh meant to update.

Square and reversed the rest at 5900 for 1683 points profit. 

After some research I have no idea where this is heading so closing the square now at 6320 for another 420 points profit. 

Not a bad trade :) 

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On 7/31/2018 at 12:08 PM, rimmy2000 said:

Just a work in progress thread really, for shares where I think a quick 10% or so might be obtainable. Will see if it has mileage, else will ask a mod to scrap it if I cannot keep it going. I wont really be going into much depth, just the share, maybe a chart or two and the levels so we (I) know if it worked or not! No real  in-depth analysis here. Anyone else feel free to add. 

<No recommendations, just ideas to see how they play out>

First two
31/07/2018

BUY BARC £1.948 (results imminent)

BUY BATS £42.00 ( daily chart looks favourable)

21/08/2018

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Stopping this position too. False breakout. Oh well. Some bad calls right now!bats.thumb.jpeg.9835ac3421bd8d4eb78ce61a8d239df8.jpeg

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Nevertheless, I shall persevere. ?

Looking at an easy 10% here. So:

24/08/2018

BUY SOM £3.82 (Q2 results on 5th Sept) TGT £4.20

I like the strong candle here ahead of results.

(note this is price in GBP but you need to have a W8-BEN completed to trade as classed as US.. cannot remember why!)

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Looking at fever tree. They've hit something stupid like 85 times earnings. Whilst there isn't much growth potential left in my opinion. Granted they have some nice new drinks out in the darker spirits arena trying to target and diversify - but ultimately tonic water still counts to 75% of their revenue which for me is way to much. Plus I saw Schweppes bring out a better priced but premium product the other day (first time I saw it anyway - with a date on it can't remember what they're calling it).

Setting up WO for a sell at 3650.

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19 minutes ago, cryptotrader said:

Looking at fever tree. They've hit something stupid like 85 times earnings. Whilst there isn't much growth potential left in my opinion. Granted they have some nice new drinks out in the darker spirits arena trying to target and diversify - but ultimately tonic water still counts to 75% of their revenue which for me is way to much. Plus I saw Schweppes bring out a better priced but premium product the other day (first time I saw it anyway - with a date on it can't remember what they're calling it).

Setting up WO for a sell at 3650.

 

Oooh, nice. Like this. Controversial. Let's see how it plays out... :)

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Oh god @cryptotradergoing against the grain is a tricky one pal hope it works out 

trade sensible now! Long term I’m inclined to agree - but what’s their market saturation looking like? That’s the best to check out growth. 

Side note. Have ya ever had their Madagascan cola and mix with a high quality dark rum? Oh my lord...

game changer 

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Wondering if we might get a quick trade here Ted Baker (TED)

31/08/2018

BUY TED £22.22 (trading below own historic avergaes and on par with wider market) TGT £33?

TED trading on f/c PE of 15.6, whereas historical average of PE 24.

Q2 results expected 8th October.

STOP under low £20.50, first TGT £26.50, if reached, move stop and target £33..?

Expecting this to resolve by end Dec, with direction known by Q2 results.

weekly, looking like bottomed-out. 200MA @ £26.65 (tgt1)

NOTE: I ALREADY HOLD TED as shown in chart

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daily, looks like momentum building. 

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Da **** just happened to bitcoin? Must be a large seller unloading and no fundamental reason for such a sell off. Potential for a reversal on this so bidding small size ✌?

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I have mentioned RBG on threads elsewhere (I'll try and dig them out)

There are rumors (well cited) of more merger/takeover talk. Share s up 8% today. No RNS yet but it looks likely.

Last bid was rejected at 203p

Price today 123p

Target 203p+ if rumors prove to be confirmed.

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edit here are my references to RBG

 

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