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  • Editor’s Picks / 1 hour ago

    Do you want to be a trader or an investor?

    Bloomberg View
    Changing one's time horizon when holding an asset and switching from "trading" to "investing" (or the other way around!) might be as bad an idea as switching horses in the middle of a race. In this Bloomberg View piece, Barry Ritholtz argues that "traders should never let a bad trade turn into an investment; investors should never try to trade in and out or time the markets". This is because "when a trader holds onto a position that has gone against him it reflects a failure of risk management". Similarly investors should resist the temptation to sell earlier than planned ahead of a buy. It is simply normal for a diversified investor to (temporarily) hate something in their portfolio. It might be human to fail to resist this kind of temptation, but it's not professional.
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  • Calendar event / 2 hours ago

    US U.S. Weekly Export Sales

    Low Corn (Metric Tons)
    Low Soybeans (Metric Tons)
    Low Wheat (Metric Tons)
  • Squawk / 3 hours ago
    research analysis in intrady and short term strategy in xau/usd and xag/usd / WWW.MCXMASTER.IN
    Before US data and draghi comment and market open. Its best time to buy hedge funds now traders

    Buy xau and xag at cmp $1126 and $14.60 range keep sl $1120+$14.40
    tgt1 $1139+$15
    tgt2 $1150+$
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  • Saxo TV / 5 hours ago

    Garnry: Volatility is nothing to be afraid of and here's why

    Peter Garnry
    The usual response to market turmoil is to sell and stay away from trading, but Saxo Bank’s Head of Equity Strategy Peter Garnry says the current stock market volatility is offering up plenty of opportunities for active traders. He sets out his trading strategy including what stocks he is shorting and where he is going long.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 5 hours ago

    Carbon-capture Britain to hit the jackpot

    The Telegraph
    We've been so used to our fates for decades being dictated by those who control vast resources like oil and gas but sweeping climate rules likely to be implemented at a Paris CO2 summit this December are set to change that, writes Ambrose Evans-Pritchard. Those who are best able to capture carbon and store it cheaply are about to become the big winners and as luck would have it, Britain is at the head of the queue. With David Cameron aiming to make Britain a leader in 'green coal', his legacy could be a cash bonanza for the UK that lasts for generations.
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  • Article / 6 hours ago

    From the Floor: Markets ready to pounce if ECB dovish

    Saxo Bank
    From the Floor: Markets ready to pounce if ECB dovish
    The European Central Bank's policymakers could be forced today to signal the bank is lowering its inflation forecast or preparing to add fuel to its quantitative easing programme, which would soften the euro and possibly boost riskier asset classes, such as south European bonds and corporate bonds. Markets get a respite today from the recent Asian whiplash, as Chinese markets are closed today and tomorrow for a public holiday.
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