Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Time to sell gold!

Now that the fancy stuff has supassed $1500, we believe it sensible to sell into the market with a short term target of $1476.

Disclosure: Dre Markets are holding short positions in gold currently.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

After a period of absence from our blogosphere...

Dear Followers,

After a period of restructuring, we are pleased to announce that we are back in action and will be developing our dedication to the world of financial trading even further.

If its stocks, forex or commodity trading that your into - then we should be a favourite on your bookmarks tab!

Look out for our market updates, share tips and partner updates.

Wishing you all success in your trading.

Dre Markets

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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Inflation - Risks and Opportunities

Dear Subscribers,

As per our recent posts we want to reiterate the potential risk of inflation building up in world markets - this will indeed compound over the coming quarters, force rates higher and central banks will have to work some magic not to derail the economic recovery.

Enough of the doom scenario. From an investment perspective, there are opportunities; buy food producers. Food is becoming a scarcer commodity by the day and prices are on the up - which means margins will rise. Selective stock picking of potential take over targets will pay be rewarding in the medium term.

We will research the market and bring to you a number of stocks that we feel may be a good "buy" in the next few days.

In terms of trading, despite the recent rises in world markets we remain short term bearish and recommend profit taking/shorting.

Disclosure: we are short the UK FTSE and US DJ30.

The Dre Markets Team

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Inflation Risks

Dear Subscribers,

We want to flag the increasing risk of inflation which is creeping back into the input prices as reflected by today's market data - inflation is not good for interest rates especially in markets that target central banks with Inflation Targets (i.e. most of the world) - this means higher interest rates in due course.
In this fragile recovery environment the risk of increasing rates can easily destabilise recovery. With world demand for raw materials up there is only one way for rates as the recovery becomes more progressive.

This risk should be factored into your future investment decisions.

The Dre Markets Team.

New Year Hangover - Wake Up and Sell

Dear Subscribers,

Following the festive season we have reinitiated our blog - but have been watching the markets over the last week.

Record highs despite weaker than expected US employment data, worsening debt situation in Europe and Asian inflation..... !

We are firmly of the view that the markets will get back to reality very soon and recommend selling index futures as there is a short term over bought bubble developing in most markets.

For disclosure purposes we are currently shorting the UK FTSE and US Dow futures.

Now that we're back in mode we will try and broaden the range of updates we provide along with share tips and fundamental analysis going foward.

Happy Trading.

Dre Markets

Monday, December 13, 2010

Dow off the Highs - we expect selling into the close

Sell and stay on the sidelines ahead of the inflation data later in the week....

Time to sell

For those that have been following us over the last month or so - we have been pretty spot on with our trading forecasts.

We are taking the bold step of calling the short term top in the Dow and advise you to sell....

You may think we're mad - its a pre Christmas rally but we are concerned about the continued inflationary pressure in China - sell for now and see how the market settles.
China growth is good but inflation is a major concern.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Trading the Dow - update

We expect the Dow to show a modest gain in the week following some a good recovery last week.

Assuming no shocks to the system, we should see gains.

Keep an eye on oil - it looks cheap.

Best Regards,
The Dre Markets Team

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Time to Buy the Dow?

After our recent accurate predictions - we are changing our stance to neutral/positive.

There maybe some short term trading upside, we suggest going long on the Dow with a 50 point short term profit target.

We will advise on any further change in strategy in due course.

The Dre Markets Team

Friday, November 26, 2010

Trading the Dow - update

So, what a week!
We maintained our negative view of the market and this bode well.
We are still unconvinced that the market will trend higher in the coming week and remain neutral/negative going into the weekend.
Ciao from London for now, we will update accordingly early Monday morning.
Best Regards,
The Dre Markets Team

Friday, November 19, 2010

Dow Trading Update

Dear All,

As we have been advising yesterday was a one off event due to some good economic data out of the U.S.

There is nothing exciting us to buy at these levels.

As we head off into the close in London - we will be remaining neutral for the rest of the day.

Have a great weekend and we will take a fresh look at the market early Monday morning.

For those of you that follow Dre Markets - please note that we will be launching our own trading platofrm in the coming weeks - we would love to have you onboard with us ;) so watch this space.

Ciao from London and good weekend.
The Dre Markets team

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Markets/Trading Update

Hello All,

As per our advice this morning - we are still of the opinion to sell into any strength.

The US futures are still higher but we advise to stay on the sidelines for now.
Best Regards,

The Dre Markets Team

Asian Markets support Dow Futures

A positive seesion in Asia overnight has led to a firming of the Dow futures this morning.

We still remain cautious on the outlook.

If your in profit on any of your positions we suggest you bank them and remain neutral.

Lets see what the day brings.

Best Regards,
Dre Markets

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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Markets/Trading Update

As per our advice this morning- we still maintain a neutral stance and believe we have further south to head in the next few days. We will update if there is a change of sentiment but for now we're heading home.

Ciao from London.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Markets/Trading Update

Hi All,

Following our update earlier in the week - we were pretty much spot on with our predicitions - we said go long Dow on Monday morning (take profit at 50 points) and then sell, the Dow rose about 60 odd points and then sold off approx 200 points yesterday.

Key risks remain; Ireland, China currency and now Inflation concerns, and of course the hangover from QE2. 

Stay on the sidelines for now.

We'll take a fresh view after the economic data that is expected to be released later in the day.
Have a good day.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Monday Morning Trading Update

So were we right to sell last week?.............. the answer would be Yes.

Bearing in mind that the market tends to start a festive season mini bull uptick (seasonal) about now we are mindful about remaining negative.if you followed our advice last week - you could have profited from a 300 points plus fall on the Dow - not bad for a week's movement.
We are currently neutral/speculatively positive.

The bad news is still out there but in order to capitalise on how markets think the festive period is knocking on the door.

Common sense says stay out of the market for now but the trading instinct knows its time for make a bit of profit.
If you do go long - programme a trade to take profits after say 50 points on the Dow - and take a fresh view after that on a daily basis.

All things being equal it would normally be a good time to buy but for now QE2, Currencies, Ireland and all the rest of the real world issues still remain a risk.

Happy Trading and Good Week.
Dre Markets

Friday, November 5, 2010

We're planning to enter the Indian market...

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Why are we trading up?

QE2 - further burdening generations of US citizens with national debt for years to come
US banks don't lend regardless of QE
Inflation in the UK
Rising Yuan
No movement on consumer spending in the US
And yet the markets are up?

Monday, November 1, 2010

Trading Update

With the events of Friday and of course the details emerging over the weekend we believe that there is still significant risk in the market - the Dow is currently up - approx 40 points - but we are still convinced that we should remain neutral/slightly negative.
There is plenty of time to get back into the market should there be upside.
Trade binaries or daily plays but nothing long just yet.
We'll keep an eye on the markets and probably update again tomorrow.
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Best Regards,
The Dre Markets Team

Friday, October 29, 2010

Markets/Trading Update

As we have indicated since last week - correctly so - we expect little upside to the market (Dow) as a whole - we remain neutral/negative.
Best not to take any risks before the weekend - lets see what Monday brings us.
Have a great weekend.
The Dre Team

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Trading Update

Dear Colleagues,
As we have predicted for the last 3 trading sessions - there's nothing happening out  there except uncertainty. With the Dow south by about 124 points as we write - we are still not tempted to go into the market at these levels.
We were previously bearish - we maintain that position with further downside of about 30 points expected over the next couple of days - we will take a fresh view later today/early tommorow.
Happy Trading

Monday, October 25, 2010

Trading Update - Mornday Morning GMT

Good Morning All,
This morning we have seen a jump up in the FTSE - we advise selling the index with a comfortable limit of 20 points. Will take a fresh view this afternoon.
Have a good trading week.
Dre Markets

Friday, October 22, 2010

Trading Update

Hi All,
There doesn't seem to be much happening in the market so we are losing our short position from yesterday and winding up for the weekend.
Good weekend all from London.

Trading Update

Following our sell signal last night on the Dow the index shed over 60 points within the next 20 minutes or so - it later recovered a little towards the close.

We are still cautious of any mark up on the market - prior to the market open - we recommend a neutral to negative stance.
Lets see what the day brings - will update accordingly.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Trading update

Its been a choppy day so far on the session - we are selling the index into the close.