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Short-term trend following/swing trading with maximum one-week holding period
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  • Trade view / 06 March 2017 at 15:09 GMT
    Short term
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    Sell

    Will Adidas deliver on its momentum? - #SaxoStrats

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    German sportswear firm Adidas has been one of the best performing stocks in Europe for the past year, and the price momentum remains strong. Nevertheless, we are issuing a negative recommendation on the share price, but playing it conservatively through put options as we expect the company's fourth-quarter results could miss expectations on Wednesday.
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    Dimitrios Tamvakas Dimitrios Tamvakas
    This comment has been redacted
    2y
    Peter Garnry Peter Garnry
    Strong outlook with Adidas raising 2020 targets. Share price up 4% in pre-market. We will close our position within the first hour of trading recouping what's left...
  • Squawk / 06 March 2017 at 9:23 GMT
    Blogger / MoreLiver's Daily
    Finland
    Trump trade update:

    1) USD index turned down from the resistance line - room to go further down.

    2) US bond yields turned down from descending triangle's upside - room to go further down.

    3) I wouldn't go long the stock market before the above two start to show some strength. In the recent past stocks have range-traded for a while after yield- and USD weakness.
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    2y
    Dimitrios Tamvakas Dimitrios Tamvakas
    Dear Juhani well said, prudence is needed at this time.
    2y
    trendy trendy
    DXY bounced back from 101.20 support.
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    AlexF AlexF
    Would be great as per my request as well.
    3y
    ChristianK ChristianK
    Thanks Peter. It seems Samsung is making a comeback? Would be great with a Tradingfloor link to the portfolio so that we can follow and track it....
  • Trade view / 29 September 2016 at 9:37 GMT
    Strategic trade

    #SaxoStrats: Novo Nordisk overvalued

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    The headlines keep getting worse for pharma giant and diabetes-sector leader Novo Nordisk. Today's layoffs announcement continues the trend and we feel the firm's shares are likely to lose even more ground.
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    3y
    IL IL
    Market seems to be very manipulated now,like Bavarian Nordic case last year
    3y
    Aleksa06 Aleksa06
    Is this in a right way ?
    3y
    AlexF AlexF
    As said they hold Novo as top position in their global pick and then issue a sell ...I am puzzled. At least they would reduce the position...
  • Article / 22 June 2016 at 8:11 GMT

    Gold's 'Brexit premium' deflated ahead of vote

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Gold's 'Brexit premium' deflated ahead of vote
    Gold, which rallied 10% during the early part of June, has since last Thursday given back almost half of these gains. An exodus of "smart money" positions from hedge funds have more than offset continued demand from ETP investors. Once the dust settles, gold will continue to find support from a dovish FOMC and negative bond yields.
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    Dimitrios Tamvakas Dimitrios Tamvakas
    thank god this saga ends tomorrow, it is 2 months now everybody is guessing ... and you can imagine UK has its own currency .
  • Squawk / 19 January 2016 at 13:02 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Dovish Carney smacks GBP anew. The BoE's Carney was out speaking today and delivered a fresh, dovish broadside that is seeing sterling to new lows for the cycle and since 2009 in GBPUSD and weakness elsewhere, despite today's bounce in general risk sentiment and a stronger than expected core CPI reading for December.

    Mr. Carney said that now is not yet the time to raise interest rates and pointed to sterling weakness as a way to moderate weak inflation - almost suggesting that the BoE is happy to see GBP weakness here. As well, he waved the red flag on emerging market risks and moderating wages raising questions on the degree to which the labor market is tightening. With the break below the 2010 lows below 1.4250, the GBPUSD focus may shift lower still toward 1.4000 and the ultimate lows in 2009 near 1.3500.
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    Dimitrios Tamvakas Dimitrios Tamvakas
    Hi John, in relation to the yesterday's EURPLN call option trade, at what point would you be stopped out ?
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    John J Hardy John J Hardy
    I bought a call - there is no stop out - the risk is that if falls to zero and that I lose all of the premium...
    4y
    matsuri matsuri
    EURPLN is sliding donw very slowly (however normal reaction after such increase)...above 4,5 the intervention by NBP (the National Bank of Poland) could be expected. The PLN...
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    Dimitrios Tamvakas Dimitrios Tamvakas
    Hi Peter, what is the profit target of this trade?
  • 4y
    fxtime fxtime
    Covering the above trade now...there is no momentum or liquidity. Flat at 1.08060 = +22 only.
    4y
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    This trade is indeed looking sketchy. I think there may be more than a few stops below 1.0790. Thin markets, attract the stop hunters.
    4y
    fxtime fxtime
    Market came close to your stop level but a nice recovery this afternoon :-)
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    Martin O'Rourke Martin O'Rourke
    Excellent read
  • Article / 04 December 2015 at 6:30 GMT

    NFP preview: Payrolls last piece to FOMC puzzle

    NFP preview: Payrolls last piece to FOMC puzzle
    Today's US nonfarm payrolls for November will be the final significant gauge of the US economy 's temperature before the US Federal Reserve meets on December 15-16 to decide if the time has come to raise interest rates. The employment report follows an astonishingly big jump in jobs a month ago and comes a day after the ECB surprised markets with a less-dovish-than-expected easing package.
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