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Is it my imagination or is the FTSE-100 now up for a rather lengthy run of consecutive sessions (i.e. without any closes lower than preceding day) ??

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19 hours ago, anonguest said:

Is it my imagination or is the FTSE-100 now up for a rather lengthy run of consecutive sessions (i.e. without any closes lower than preceding day) ??

A higher close today will be a record sequence.

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After years of threatening and a year of frustration unable to access documents to prove identity I have now opened a dealing account and ready to wet my feet. Although I have had PEPs for years this will be a new experience.

There is a reluctance as markets are at all time high but I must start using ISA allowances more effectively than the paltry per cent I can gain in cash ISAs. There were more notices of interest rate decreases in post today.

 

What did RK post that saw him banned? anyone know?

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On 10/01/2017 at 11:55 AM, Little Frank said:

A higher close today will be a record sequence.

So that's a record winning streak, of consecutive higher closes, for the FTSE?  and then some IF it closes up yet again today?

BUT this advance has been a crawl really. Mostly up by a small amount each day. Slowly clawing its way upwards. Hardly seems to be built on exhuberance?

We've been here before numerous times. Something tells me this won't end well - and when it declines it will erase all that hard won gain in a day or three? A case of taking the staircase up and the elevator down?

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It is a coin toss on how the markets react to Trump taking office. We could soar or crash within a matter of weeks.

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