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  • Squawk / 07 February 2017 at 7:32 GMT
    Hi Guys, How can I build my own portfolio? I am sure there was an option to play with model portfolios? Thanks
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  • 1y
    Teis Knuthsen Teis Knuthsen
    Hi, that's certainly possible, but we probably won't do it online. You are welcome to contact me at tk@saxobank.com, or get in touch through your normal Saxo...
    1y
    PatouDesuite PatouDesuite
    Hi
    I forgot the ETF Tools, or how to be consistantly inform of the change in allocation.
    Thanks
    1y
    Jgl51 Jgl51
    You should also show, in addition to returns, maximum loss and number of months needed to recover. Thanks for sharing this ETF portfolio
  • Article / 02 September 2016 at 12:21 GMT

    Investment Outlook: Good news, bad news

    CIO / Saxo Private Bank
    Denmark
    Investment Outlook: Good news, bad news
    The world economy is faring better than many had expected – global equities have gained 20% in recent months and Brexit wasn't the Armageddon that some had feared. That said, a multitude of severe challenges – ranging from demographics to stubbornly low productivity to inter-racial tensions – await on the horizon.
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    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    Exactly my thoughs on the Brexit refendum, which is certainly over-hyped.
    2y
    johnnyw johnnyw
    'destructionism' is a good term to use for the EU's socialist policies of wealth destruction.
  • 2y
    Bent L Bent L
    Dear Teis. EUNL and IQQ0 are 60% in US Stock so 60% are carrying a USD risk. Am I right?

    Regards Bent
    2y
    Teis Knuthsen Teis Knuthsen
    Hi Bent. Both funds are denominated in EUR, but the underlying currency exposure is open. That means the returns are influenced by currency swings. For example, if...
  • Article / 03 March 2016 at 10:55 GMT

    ETF Portfolio Update: Nervous start to 2016

    CIO / Saxo Private Bank
    Denmark
    ETF Portfolio Update: Nervous start to 2016
    A nervous end to 2015 carried over to early 2016 and our ETF portfolios thus have little to show for themselves so far this year. Among the four portfolios, the conservative strategy has fared the best, with a gain of 0.2% while riskier portfolios have lost between 0.3% and 2.2.
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    DaCosta DaCosta
    Hello Teis Knuthsen, are there any new updates on ETF Portfolio, 1Q2016 performance and allocation for 2Q2016? If possible, please give us your new update, please. Best...
    2y
    Teis Knuthsen Teis Knuthsen
    Sure, will look into this shortly