The Netherlands
Age 50
Trading strategy
i look at price action, reading the charts, and also how the market react on the news , and how good or bad are the economic data. a lot of u and n paterns are there in the forex, a event happend and 3 days later the market is back on that level, I try to feel the market, by focus. i like the forex market the most it is liquid and i understead it the best.
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i have had different jobs in my live , for me it is not important anymore

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  • Video / 05 September 2016 at 7:49 GMT

    Trading tips week 36 - technical analysis: Kim

    James Kim@Saxo
    James Kim, sales trader at Saxo Capital Markets Australia, looks at trading strategies during week 36 in a technical analysis of charts for forex, indices and commodities.

    Kim looks at trends in the US dollar index, and pairs including EURUSD, GBPUSD, AUDUSD and USDJPY.

    He also looks at Nikkei Futures, the HK50, the US 500, and the AUS200. Besides, Kim examines WTI Crude Futures, copper and gold.
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  • 1y
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Bullish Brent crude oil bets were cut by 6% last week when the premium to WTI collapsed. Longs cut and shorts added
    1y
    anko anko
    interesting markets are the oil market and also gold. a break in het new year of the gold range i look fore that , fore a...
  • Squawk / 11 September 2015 at 5:56 GMT
    Partner at 3 C ANALYSIS / 3cAnalysis
    United Kingdom
    GBPUSD - Break of key average renews demand
    Wednesday's stalling at the key 13 day moving average proved a temporary halt as demand for CABLE developed throughout Thursday. This time the topside has halted at the 100 day line but while this may lead to some early profit taking, the underlying tone remains positive and setbacks should continue to be modest.
    There is scope to 1.5484 then 1.5518. Dips to 1.5434 should be attractive to investors and the risk level is currently assessed as 1.5392.
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    2y
    vyacheslav111 vyacheslav111
    your opinion now?
    2y
    AlanCollins AlanCollins
    of course signals have been diluted by price action up until now but underlying tone remains assessed as positive so the risk remains int he right place....
    2y
    anko anko
    for me a long but rate talking will move the market, more members talk about rate hike market up. i am bullish so i try to entr...
  • Squawk / 05 May 2015 at 19:32 GMT
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    The Netherlands
    thanks, always nice to look around, but the positions in the market you need to do in youre own way, have alsoo good day s Anko
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  • Squawk / 05 May 2015 at 6:37 GMT
    Client Experience / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Hi Anko, how are you?
    Thanks for following me - Very happy to follow you back. I would say welcome to TradingFloor.com, but it seems you have already been here for a good while. I hope you are enjoying the site.

    Hope you are enjoying your week! :)
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  • 2y
    anko anko
    now then for short in the crude, anyway i am short, we see if price make move down for a longer term
  • Squawk / 29 April 2015 at 9:27 GMT
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    Switzerland
    Hi😄 very nice short today😄 have you seen the german bund falling/down trend also?
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    2y
    payback payback
    thanks for the info.
    2y
    anko anko
    you are a scalper payback. ? greeting Anko
  • Article / 27 April 2015 at 12:12 GMT

    COT: Brent speculative longs entering extreme territory

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    COT: Brent speculative longs entering extreme territory
    Speculative bets on rising Brent crude oil prices reached a new record as of April 21 with the net-long jumping by 8,351 lots to 271,929. While the focus remains on geopolitical worries, the speculative data are pointing to an increased risk of a setback, not least when finding that the long/short ratio has reached what historically for Brent looks like extreme territory.
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    2y
    Liam Conroy Liam Conroy
    Hi Ole, Gold spiked higher at 15.00hrs any reason ?
    Liam
    2y
    anko anko
    Hello Mr Hansen, So around this level in crude we should watch for sellingsignals in the next day or two day s Then the oil market could...
    2y
    anko anko
    i saw sellingsignal so i am short in crude
  • 3y
    anko anko
    i think also in this senario, let see if there is a break tomorrow, thanks for youre bloq
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