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On 27/09/2018 at 15:20, Pieman said:

Possible short on TALKtalk after current pause?  First target 105.  Stop about 6 out?

Note interim results probably mid Nov.  Interim XD probably later Nov.745838614_TalkTalkTelecomGroupPLC_20180927_15_13.thumb.png.7668e373b11144aa004810e790953212.png

Just a note that I did take this.  It is going OK so far, touch wood etc.  Early days though.

I also entered a long on Man Group (EMG) via a similar retracement entry order, the other way, but which I gave up on for a small loss yesterday.

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This one was offered up by our Spanish speaking cousins here on the forum this morning (ICYMI);

 

We analyze the company Obrascon Huarte Lain SA, which is an engineering and construction company. It builds roads, hydraulic works, civil engineering projects, residential housing and public participation. The company also provides maintenance and support services.

For the full IG analysis of this potential shorting opportunity see 

https://www.ig.com/es/noticias-acciones/el-futuro-incierto-de-ohl-por-la-perdida-del-soporte--181004

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53 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

For the full IG analysis of this potential shorting opportunity see 

https://www.ig.com/es/noticias-acciones/el-futuro-incierto-de-ohl-por-la-perdida-del-soporte--181004

Thanks casey ... worth noting that you can translate pages in real time via Google Chrome. If you visit the above link you can click the 'translate' button. Whilst the grammar translation isn't 100% due to Googles algos, it does give a good flavor of the article. :) 

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On 03/10/2018 at 12:03, Caseynotes said:

Nice kick up off the backside of the descending trendline on news, @rimmy2000 will be pleased.

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yep, happy with this one. A bit annoyed with TED as statement read fine but outlook was a bit cautious. Would have been better to sell ahead of the update in hindsight, but still running as I think *hope* will get another rally in run up to EOY.

Still think there are future takeover chances here, at WMH etc..

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On 31/08/2018 at 11:54, rimmy2000 said:

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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closing this out on paper at £18.40 Still hold some stock, but need to look at what is affecting the price here. happy to continue holding. this would likely be an 'average down' situation, depending on what is causing the price weakness. forecast PE is now 13, cheaper rating than Primark (ABF).. 

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On 31/07/2018 at 13:08, 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)

Test 

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