FTSE Ratio Rollover table, levels and comment

FTSE Nov to Dec Rollover 16th Nov 2017




It is very much a chicken and egg situation in the FTSE as it had one shot at getting back into its zone for the rollover yesterday and that was a strong open.

Circumstances were such that this wasn’t really going to happen, and to be fair the close on Tuesday left the market an awful lot to do, so what came first the miss or the activity, as it’s all change in the ratios today?

Although yesterday 7350 was R1, as well as being the bottom of our trading range, so it was nice to see the low of 7357.06.

Today it is Y2 but more importantly Y1 appears meaning the next NZ should be 7350-7450, and in fact only missed out today by the barest possible minimum, so we are going to keep our trading range the same for this very reason.


Range:            7350  to  7450

Activity:          Very good

Type:               On balance only just bearish



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To compound November’s problems, it looks like here in December they won the rollover battle by a knockout.

Of course, it is now looking less and less likely that the NZ is going to move here.

In fact, no change at all in the ratios here and now we enter the grey area, but we suspect, with all the changes going on above and with no axe to grind here it may be a calm, and dare we say, controlled one centred around 7400.


Range:          7300  to  7400

Activity:        Poor

Type:            Bearish



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November 16th, 2017 by