Cyprus
Age 31
Biography
I came up with an investment strategy when I wrote my master of science thesis in finance at Stockholm University School Of Business. While writing on my thesis I also learned about other investment strategies regarding (Stock Repurchase, Value Investing and Insider trading). I will find stock picks based on this strategies and then analyze them with trading strategies from the famous technical analyst Elder Alexander. Also let me know if you have any stocks/markets that you like me to analyze. Contact information: contrariantrader08@gmail.com
Follow me on

Disclaimer

The Saxo Bank Group entities each provide execution-only service and access to Tradingfloor.com permitting a person to view and/or use content available on or via the website is not intended to and does not change or expand on this. Such access and use are at all times subject to (i) The Terms of Use; (ii) Full Disclaimer; (iii) The Risk Warning; (iv) the Rules of Engagement and (v) Notices applying to Tradingfloor.com and/or its content in addition (where relevant) to the terms governing the use of hyperlinks on the website of a member of the Saxo Bank Group by which access to Tradingfloor.com is gained. Such content is therefore provided as no more than information. In particular no advice is intended to be provided or to be relied on as provided nor endorsed by any Saxo Bank Group entity; nor is it to be construed as solicitation or an incentive provided to subscribe for or sell or purchase any financial instrument. All trading or investments you make must be pursuant to your own unprompted and informed self-directed decision. As such no Saxo Bank Group entity will have or be liable for any losses that you may sustain as a result of any investment decision made in reliance on information which is available on Tradingfloor.com or as a result of the use of the Tradingfloor.com. Orders given and trades effected are deemed intended to be given or effected for the account of the customer with the Saxo Bank Group entity operating in the jurisdiction in which the customer resides and/or with whom the customer opened and maintains his/her trading account. When trading through Tradingfloor.com your contracting Saxo Bank Group entity will be the counterparty to any trading entered into by you. Tradingfloor.com does not contain (and should not be construed as containing) financial, investment, tax or trading advice or advice of any sort offered, recommended or endorsed by Saxo Bank Group and should not be construed as a record of ourtrading prices, or as an offer, incentive or solicitation for the subscription, sale or purchase in any financial instrument. To the extent that any content is construed as investment research, you must note and accept that the content was not intended to and has not been prepared in accordance with legal requirements designed to promote the independence of investment research and as such, would be considered as a marketing communication under relevant laws. Please read our disclaimers:
- Notification on Non-Independent Invetment Research
- Full disclaimer

53 Followers
Write a Squawk to Cyprustrader
  • Article / 01 July 2016 at 9:02 GMT

    From the Floor: Central banks coming to the rescue

    Your Next Trade
    From the Floor: Central banks coming to the rescue
    Periphery bonds jumped on a Bloomberg report that the European Central Bank could soon loosen its quantitative easing bond-buying rules to ensure that enough debt qualifies after Brexit spooked investors into core bonds and drove yields further into negative territory. Strength in peripheral Europe bonds could also spread to high-yield credit if reports that the ECB is relaxing its bond-buying prove correct, says Saxo Bank's Michael Boye.
    Read the article
  • 3y
    abach abach
    Bruxelles is as always out of touch. They as the FED have much more serious problems to address. Like the spiralling down economic activity, falling demand, unsustainable...
    3y
    cazador cazador
    The ball is on the UK's hands, thus, how far will the new British government compromise reagarding free movement. Would they kick the table because that's a...
    3y
    Colin Brewer Colin Brewer
    There will be no compromise on free movement .. this is the thin red line no UK politician can cross and people already accept a drop in...
  • 3y
    TheWillinator TheWillinator
    Great analysis... fits story of recent Irish Election. Economy growing at 8% GDP but government lost election because effects are not been felt on 'Main Street'.

    Political...
    3y
    bparkes19 bparkes19
    The last time the social contract was broken was the early 1930s. Has anyone looked at inflation charts around that time? The contract breaks down at the...
    3y
    BobbieMac BobbieMac
    Clinton will win, especially if Trump is the opponent. The real issue will be in the congressional races. If the Republicans maintain control it will...
  • 4y
    Klinton Klinton
    Hi Steen, great article, so I understand you are bearish on DAX 30 ? - and if the support of 10.668 will be broken, you will enter...
    4y
    Deepak Gupta, CFA Deepak Gupta, CFA
    Great Article Steen
    4y
    David Cervantes David Cervantes
    The U.S. may get less help with its deficit from Asia, but U.S. deficits are shrinking so it's a wash. Also American oil imports are...
  • 5y
    Jim Earls Jim Earls
    14 thumbs up-congrats, but makes one think the boat is now loaded to one side.
  • Article / 28 October 2014 at 13:34 GMT

    Can you beat a dart-throwing monkey?

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Can you beat a dart-throwing monkey?
    We show that random portfolios beat S&P 500 most of the time with the average random portfolio generating 1%-point in excess annual return over S&P 500, raising a lot of questions. Is the outperformance driven only by the size factor and should long-only equity managers shift their benchmarks from their current ones to random indices?
    Read the article
    5y
    fxtime fxtime
    A good article Astro-K :-)
    5y
    Peter Garnry Peter Garnry
    According to AQR research, most of Warren Buffett's outperformance can be subscribed to his massive bets on low beta stocks.
    http://pages.stern.nyu.edu/~lpederse/papers/BettingAgainstBeta.pdf

    In addition Warren Buffett applies leverage through his...
  • 5y
    Wizof0z Wizof0z
    Would you like some tuna with your caesium-137?
    5y
    BILLWILLIAM FOULKES BILLWILLIAM FOULKES
    Why should EUR-USD go up once the foolish market realizes we are a 2%, not 3% while Europe
    is on the brink like Cary Grant in North by...
    5y
    Solidus Solidus
    What to do when we blow up? I hoarded cash which causes lower inflation - liquidity trap. Maybe Steen exaggerate and we get nice deleveraging according to...
  • Article / 19 September 2014 at 16:27 GMT

    Biggest IPO ever: Alibaba shares open at $92.70, hitting our target!

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Biggest IPO ever: Alibaba shares open at $92.70, hitting our target!
    Alibaba opened at $92.70, eclipsing our fair value target based on Tencent's valuation. Our view is that despite the high open this will not be a barrier for good future returns as the potential for operating profits is enormous. Next week we will crunch the numbers and provide our longer-term outlook and trading strategy on Alibaba.
    Read the article
    5y
    Clare MacCarthy Clare MacCarthy
    Magnificent call, Peter. You got it spot on. Jack Ma should have listened to you!!!
  • Squawk / 19 September 2014 at 16:15 GMT
    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Yahoo's share price does not makes sense given where Alibaba shares are trading...this is something we will cover next week.
    Read the Squawk
    5y
    fusint fusint
    Hi Peter, yahoo mkt cap is 41,8bn$ minus Holdings (Alibaba 23,4bn$ Yahoo Jap 5bn$ ex tax rate 38%) and cash (5bn$ including net sold 121mln shares Alibaba)...
    5y
    Neon68 Neon68
    Peter so added yahoo stocks more?
Check your inbox for a mail from us to fully activate your profile. No mail? Have us re-send your verification mail