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  • 1y
    Georgio Stoev Georgio Stoev
    Where are you located? And what time would be best in your time zone to have these?
    1y
    Market Predator Market Predator
    Georgio, I'm located in EU area (GMT+1), no reason for changes. Webinar archive or its copy here on TF works usually fine.
    1y
    seas seas
    Which way Jose?
  • Article / 20 December 2016 at 11:30 GMT

    Volatility Update: Going into the unknown — #SaxoStrats

    Product Manager, Options Trader, Educator
    Denmark
    Volatility Update: Going into the unknown — #SaxoStrats
    The CBOE VIX index has the lowest reading in the last five years, off 42% in the year to date. Low volatility could continue into 2017, so whatever your view of the market going forward, it may be worth considering using futures and options to diversify and protect your portfolio in a low-volatility environment.
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    1y
    martinluchon martinluchon
    Muchas gracias , un artículo muy didactico y para estudiar.
    1y
    Georgio Stoev Georgio Stoev
    De nada Martin!
    1y
    Georgio Stoev Georgio Stoev
    @Klauss, GCG7 starting to move:)
  • Article / 20 June 2016 at 7:57 GMT

    COT: Brexit and weather driving commodity demand

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    COT: Brexit and weather driving commodity demand
    Hedge funds increased bullish commodity futures and options bets by 11% to 1.51 million lots during the week ending June 1. This was not least due to a continued surge in demand for agriculture commodities such as soybeans, corn, sugar and hogs. Brexit and a dovish FOMC supported a second week of strong gold demand.
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    2y
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    The number of US rigs rose for a third consecutive week, this time by 9. As i wrote in the piece above funds have increased short bets...
    2y
    John Roberti John Roberti
    Thank you for your valuable analysis
    2y
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Hedge funds cut bullish bets on Brent crude by 4.5% or 17,333 lots last week. Longs were cut by 8.3K while shorts rose by 9k.
    This has...
  • 3y
    beverlyhillario beverlyhillario
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  • 3y
    pairstrader2 pairstrader2
    "in the game of 'chicken' with Greece. "

    exactly what it is. Greek finmin is playing hardball, like he has no idea what the consequences will be...
    3y
    Jim Earls Jim Earls
    Greece has nothing to lose? Europe has a lot more to lose?
    3y
    pairstrader2 pairstrader2
    Greece has a lot to lose, so has Europe. This ending in chaos will be catastrophic for everyone. I just dont get how they start negotiation with...
  • Article / 22 December 2014 at 7:45 GMT

    COT: Bullish bets on WTI crude oil raised to 4-month high

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    COT: Bullish bets on WTI crude oil raised to 4-month high
    Despite a 12 percent drop in the price of oil hedge funds continued to buy WTI futures during the week ending December 16. Overall it was a mixed week for the 24 commodities tracked in this report with the total net-long falling by just 8,000 lots with gains in energy and grains being offset by losses in metals, livestock and not least softs.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 26 November 2014 at 23:24 GMT

    Plenty of fat in US ham prices

    Business Week
    Ham lovers are paying dearly for their holiday fix this year in the US. Thanks to an unlikely turn of events, ham has never been more expensive. Retail prices through October were up 26%, to a record $3.43 a pound, government data show. And one of the main reasons? US pigs have become too fat. Hogs in the US are at their highest recorded weight because farmers fed them longer this year to make up for losses caused by a virus that killed millions of piglets.
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