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01/01/2013

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Lundi 28 janvier, lors de l'émission Intégrale Placements, Guillaume Sommerer et Cédric Decoeur ont reçu : Jean-Louis Cussac, trader pour compte propre chez Perceval Finance Conseil et Julien Nebenzahl, président de Daybyday pour le match des traders sur BFM Business.

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European equities touched fresh multi-month peaks on Monday, with technical charts pointing to a continued slow grind higher backed by tentative signs of improvement in the global economy and corporate earnings.


The Euro STOXX 50 provisionally closed 0.1 percent higher at 2,746.22 points, setting fresh 18-month peaks in the wake of stronger-than-expected U.S. durable goods orders showing firms in the world's biggest economy had stepped up spending. Durable goods orders jumped 4.6 percent in December, higher than the expected 1.8 percent rise.


The daily moves on the euro zone blue-chip index have averaged less than 10 points since Jan. 3, less than half of the usual size for 2012.


"It's not the top [of the market] but it's not going to accelerate, it's a slow market and you just have to be patient," said Valerie Gastaldy, analyst at Day By Day.


"As long as we are above [technical support at[ 2,723 we can aim for 2,790. We are not that overbought because we've been very, very slow."


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Le match des traders : Cussac / Nebenzahl - 21 janvier - BFM :...


Lundi 21 janvier, lors de l'émission Intégrale Placements, Guillaume Sommerer et Cédric Decoeur ont reçu : Jean-Louis Cussac, trader pour compte propre chez Perceval Finance Conseil et Julien Nebenzahl, président de Daybyday pour le match des traders sur BFM Business.Chaque matin,...

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The index hit a fresh 4-1/2 year high, having posted its highest close since May 2008 on Thursday.

"The new high simply means that the trend is still bullish, and that with patience, another new high will follow. It is a buy and hold market," said Valerie Gastaldy, manager of technical analysis firm Day-By-Day.

"The next resistance is very far away, at 6,375. There is nothing really meaningful before."

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Le match des traders ( Cussac / Nebenzahl ) - 14 janvier - BFM : Intégrale Placements


Lundi 14 janvier, lors de l'émission Intégrale Placements, Guillaume Sommerer et Cédric Decoeur ont reçu : Jean-Louis Cussac, trader pour compte propre chez Perceval Finance Conseil et Julien

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The FTSE resumed a rally that took it to its highest closing level since early February 2011 on Friday, having slipped on Monday and Tuesday of this week.

The index is now up 3.4 percent for 2013 only a week into the year, just over half the total 2012 gain of 5.8 percent.

Valerie Gastaldy, who heads up Paris-based technical analysis firm Day By Day, said the strong close above 6,090 showed that the FTSE's uptrend was on track after a couple of days of consolidation.

"What is interesting is that we've reached an important resistance area for the index, at 6,100, but the market has not seen a strong reaction yet. We could have had a 2 percent drop immediately, but we're still seeing buying pressure even though it is at a strong resistance," she said.

"At this important resistance level, the bears don't seem to be taking over."

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Charts on the STOXX 600 also showed the pan-European gauge closed at a resistance level, 285, that capped the index twice in May 2011.

“If you’re long, you should stay long and set a stop loss, but if you’re not long it’s pretty dangerous to buy now,” Valerie Gastaldy, the head of Paris-based technical analysis firm Day-By-Day, said.

“If we consolidate now it will not be a very steep fall, but if we get to the 2011 peak at 292, that will be really overstretched.”

Wednesday’s open and the previous session’s high.She recommended setting a stop loss at 281, the higher end of a gap between

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The STOXX Europe 600 index, the euro zone Euro STOXX 50 and Germany’s Dax moved into “overbought” territory on their 20-day Relative Strength Index, a momentum indicator, meaning that some shortterm sellers may start to take profit on the indexes in the coming days.

Charts on the STOXX 600 also showed the pan-European gauge closed at a resistance level, 285, that capped the index twice in May 2011.

“If you’re long, you should stay long and set a stop loss, but if you’re not long it’s pretty dangerous to buy now,” Valerie Gastaldy, the head of Paris-based technical analysis firm Day-By-Day, said.

“If we consolidate now it will not be a very steep fall, but if we get to (the 2011 peak at) 292, that will be really overstretched.”

She recommended setting a stop loss at 281, the higher end of a gap between yesterday’s open and the previous session’s high.

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The STOXX Europe 600 index, the euro zone Euro STOXX 50 and Germany's Dax moved into "overbought" territory on their 20-day Relative Strength Index, a momentum indicator, meaning that some short-term sellers may start to take profit on the indexes in the coming days.

Charts on the STOXX 600 also showed the pan-European gauge closed at a resistance level, 285, that capped the index twice in May 2011.

"If you're long, you should stay long and set a stop loss, but if you're not long it's pretty dangerous to buy now," Valerie Gastaldy, the head of Paris-based technical analysis firm Day-By-Day, said.

"If we consolidate now it will not be a very steep fall, but if we get to (the 2011 peak at) 292, that will be really overstretched."

She recommended setting a stop loss at 281, the higher end of a gap between Wednesday's open and the previous session's high.

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