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  • 6h
    Keith Thomas Keith Thomas
    The above charts are titled JP225 Monthly, NAS100 Monthly and AUDJPY Monthly, but the charts shown are daily. Is their a particular reason for this? ...
    Adam Courtenay Adam Courtenay
    Let me check this and get back to you...
    Adam Courtenay Adam Courtenay
    Keith, we simply do it by the measure at the bottom. AUDJPY is a weekly chart and I've changed this...but if you can tell me where it...
  • 16h
    Andrew Perkins Andrew Perkins
    HI Kim , would you like some feedback on the saxo pro software??
    Kim Cramer Larsson Kim Cramer Larsson
    Hi Andrew please contact your Account Manager
  • Squawk / Monday at 11:11 GMT
    Hypothesis Testing
    United Kingdom
    Looking at the larger picture for major indices.
    Lets compare Nasdaq QQQ spot to the SP500 spot from low to high / current values on a monthly chart.
    QQQ outstrips the sp500 considerably as per the chart depiction. Regardless if we think this growth is a valid valuation of current markets from extremely depressed markets perhaps we should also ask if the 32% nasdaq rally from Nov 7th todate represents actual growth for now and near dated future valuations especially when the larger sp500 evidences a mere 23% growth over the same period of time ?
    Perhaps we should start looking for a spread trade here ? eg short Nasdaq and long sp500 for a contraction of spread. Clearly nasdaq is the more sensitive stock and reacts faster especially to downward revisions. Also Nasdaq does tend to lead the sp500 so a spread trade will not provide maximal profits but you can skew the trade bias to the long/short bias.
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    usxau usxau
    I got you now. Thanks for the great explanations. This is really interesting and keen to learn more! Thanks a million to share all your knowledge with...
    dominom dominom
    And what would you think about going long UK and short spx? The BOE and Brexit are a bit scary but might be interessting in the long...
    fxtime fxtime
    There is a disparity certainly there mainly due to Brexit but you are playing major fundemental shifts and that takes time eg medium term and you will...