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#22

WINS @ 250 was bought and he has re-appeared on the top of the Ask @ 255p
BMCM @ 250.5 was bought and he has gone to 260.5 at the bottom of the Ask and moved to the Bid @ 248 to Buy
VFIL @ 253.5 was bought and he has re-appeared @ 257.5, and he is currently on the top of the Bid @ 249 buying

Close . . . . 248.5
Open . . . . 250
High . . . . .255.804 . . OT
Low . . . . . 249.90 . . . OT


#23

Once more I have the smell of Solvol Autosol all over my hands

Spread 257----258 . . . mid 257.5

WINS @ 260 . . top on the Ask
BMCM @ 260.5
VFIL @ 262
20,000 @ 264
20,000 @ 266

VFIL @ 253 . . top of the Bid
Then its PEEL, CANA, SCAP, INV . . all dormant
And WINS @ 250 with BMCM @ 248

The bits I am seeing inbetween working on my bike are quite amazing to watch, and are quite obviously, after the recent orchestrated Liquidity calls to the high 160’s, once more orchestrated in a rise.

Book
287,610----199,234 . . . still positive
45----44


#24

WINS, VFIL & BMCM are presently all reloading on the Ask

Spread 253----253.5
LSE Vols . . 518,592 . . 282 trades

Front wheel off on Tuesday, emptied forks of Oil and replaced yesterday.
Today front wheel brake plate re-polished and now back on this morning
:man_mechanic: :motorcycle: :sunglasses:


#25

WINS @ 260, BMCM @ 250.5 and VFIL @ 261 are back on the Ask . . . oops, sorry

Spread 256----257 . . already rising

There is a 12,083 @ 258.5 and a 18,859 @ 260 sat with WINS

The present High trade 258.5 is from 09.04.19

Maybe on for an over 260 finish today


#26

WINS @ 254 is back on the Bid buying while BMCM @ 260.5 is still on the Ask selling.

Selling on the Ask at steadily higher prices each time, then going back to the Bid at steadily higher prices to buy more, is what’s happening, and whether it can continue depends on the AT traders selling in the Liquidity calls, then buying the back at the lows . . rinse and repeat

I doubt there is much new fresh Liquidity is coming at the moment so the question has to be how long it can continue.

By my reckoning the price needs to be closer to 300p, before PEEL starts feeding Liquidity into the Market from major Clients he has waiting to sell.

LSE Vols . . 894,1124
Spread 255----256.5 . . mid 255.75


#27

111,913 @ 255 in the Auction


#28

VFIL @ 249.5 on the Bid
WINS @ 249 . . . ditto
BMC @ 248 . . . . ditto

All presently Buying

Book
193,908-----196,553
27----41

Spread 252.5-----253

:thinking: :thinking: :face_with_raised_eyebrow:


#29

Yesterday I said

Selling on the Ask at steadily higher prices each time, then going back to the Bid at steadily higher prices to buy more, is what’s happening, >>> “and whether it can continue depends on the AT traders selling in the Liquidity calls, then buying the back at the lows . . rinse and repeat”

Now by the look of it, many of the AT traders are holding on to the Shares they bought, which in turn reduces the amount of Liquidity that is available to Buy for the DMM’s to be able to continue the rise.

The relationship between the CFD traders is a symbiotic one, and if the CFD traders hold onto the Liquidity then the relationship fails and there may have to be a big tree shake to remind the CFD traders that they have to maintain the daily Liquidity calls/supply to maintain the rise.

In my opinion of course


#30

Yesterdays high trade was 259.50p and was an O trade.
The AT high was 258.5.

The present Spread is 255.5----257 which has slowly crept up from a trade low of 251.25 on low Volumes.

LSE Vols . . 127,175 . . . 101 trades
AT Vols . . . 71 = 70.3%
OT Vols . . . 30

As I can’t “see” Alternative Venue Volumes either on the Book or in reported volumes it’s a tad hard to see if they are higher than normal, normal or lower, but on average over the last 10 days they have been around 22% of the total traded volume.

But it is as it is, which at 10am is presently hardly busting past days moves up or Volumes

Brew time


#31

Thought. The Book Volumes have dropped from their 250,000+ on the Bid we have seen in the past days, which may have sommat to do with the slow down of the rise

Book
181,539-----164,539
27-----28


#32

Close . . . . 255.00
Open . . . . 255.00
High . . . . .257.4199 . . . 09.49.55 . . OT
AT High . . 257.00 . . . . .09.45.58 . . AT
Low . . . . . .251.25 . . . . .08.03.02 . . OT
AT Low . . .252.50 . . . . . 08.30.01 . . AT
MD Auc . . 93 @ 255p

LSE Vols . . . . 195,261 . . . 167 trades
AT trades . . . 123 = 73.65%
OT trades . . . 43

Full
191,898-----184,026
34-----42

Spread 254----254.5 . . mid

VFIL @ 250.5-----258.5 . . . 8p spread
WINS @ 249------259 . . . . 10p spread
PEEL @ 248.5----261 . . . . 12.5 spread . . . is he going to start working ??
BMCM @ 248-----260.5 . . .12.5p spread . . . is he going to stop working ??


#33

As I suspected may have to happen if there was no Liquidity being given.

There has been a Liquidity call down to 247.00 and the price is now on the way back up.
I just got back indoors and caught the following screenshot with BMCM @ 251.5
The present spread is 252.5----253.5

www.screencast.com/t/fxAj5kVNk


#34

This one shows BMCM buying on the Bid.

So it looks like BMCM has been spending the day filling buy orders.