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  • 1y
    Madjid Madjid
    A very good summary thanks
  • Article / 12 July 2017 at 13:00 GMT

    A toppy time for tech... and for Trump?

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    A toppy time for tech... and for Trump?
    Technology sector shares are valued very highly at the moment, and while some point to increased revenues and growing developing-world implementation, the reality is that the politically vulnerable US markets are a risky place.
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    2y
    bhushan bhushan
    Hi Steve,Gold reached $1210(met your expection).Now whether it is buy or wait... Please give your views.Regards
    2y
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    Dear Bhushan,

    Thank you for your question.

    My trade for gold was stopped out as the stop loss was activated at 1217. There has been a small bounce, ...
    2y
    bhushan bhushan
    Thanks Steve
  • 1y
    leoni leoni
    Hi Kay, does Saxo trade platform have any exposure to Crypto-Currencies ?
  • 2y
    Market Predator Market Predator
    Really good presentation and also nice questions from auditorium!
  • Article / 03 January 2017 at 13:00 GMT

    Bitcoin just got hot again

    Former managing editor, TradingFloor.com / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Bitcoin just got hot again
    Bitcoin has been out of the limelight for so long that we'd kind of forgotten about it, but a rocket-like performance through December has taken it beyond $1,000 and once again revived the debate around the future role of cryptocurrencies.
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    2y
    Martin O'Rourke Martin O'Rourke
    Bitcoin has plunged from a high Thursday of $1,153 to below $900. It was at $950.58 at 1410 GMT, according to Coindesk.com.
    2y
    Martin O'Rourke Martin O'Rourke
    What we said Thursday after Bitcoin collapsed by more than $200 in the space of an hour. https://www.tradingfloor.com/posts/bitcoin-200-plus-plunge-fits-with-double-bubble-thesis-8367248 Bitcoin Friday at 1031 GMT was at $923.04, down...
  • Squawk / 24 September 2016 at 9:30 GMT
    Senior Analyst / Tallinex.com
    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
    Weekly Trading Forecasts on Major Pairs (September 26 - 30, 2016)

    EURUSD
    Dominant bias: Bullish
    EURUSD is bullish in the short-term, but neutral in the long-term. Against the volatility contraction in the higher time-frames, bulls managed to push price above the support line 1.1200. The next targets are around the resistance lines at 1.1250 and 1.1300, which would require strong buying pressure to be breached to the upside. The support lines at 1.1150 and 1.1100 would act as barriers to bearish attempts along the way.

    USDCHF
    Dominant bias: Bearish
    This market is bearish in the short-term, but neutral in the long-term. Despite low volatility in the higher time-horizons, bears managed to push price below the resistance level at 0.9750, now close to the support level at 0.9700. The targets for this week are around the support levels at 0.9650 and 0.9600, which would require strong selling pressure to be breached to the downside.

    Source: www.tallinex.com
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  • Editor’s Picks / 09 September 2016 at 1:02 GMT

    Apple is losing the innovation game

    The Conversation
    Not only is Apple suffering from a major lack of hardware innovation but it’s also being outdone in software and online, where apps reign supreme. It quite possibly signals the company’s eventual demise, writes John Rice and Nigel Martin. The recent launch of Apple’s iPhone 7 was a quiet affair compared to the launch of the first iPhone a little more than nine years ago. Not much has changed about the iPhone but the same cannot be said for the applications that iPhones and other phones run – here innovation is fast and furious.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 25 August 2016 at 5:36 GMT

    Self-driving taxis take to the road in Singapore

    The Guardian
    When Uber announced on August 18 that it would let the public hail self-driving taxis in Pittsburgh before the end of the month, some autonomous vehicle experts could not believe it was happening so soon. But Mark Harris writes that in fact the $60bn multinational has just been scooped by Nutonomy, a small MIT spin-out whose electric self-driving cabs have already started picking up real customers in a Singapore business park. Initially, riders will use Nutonomy’s own app to hail a Mitsubishi i-Miev or a Renault Zoe, ramping up to a dozen vehicles in the coming months.
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