South Africa
Trading strategy
Strategic primarily long/stock-picking driven

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  • Squawk / 01 December 2014 at 18:52 GMT
    Senior Equity Trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    WTI Crude are trading up over 3,25%. Is it time to buy the oil sector. The US sector is up 0,5% Chevron up over 2% and Schlumberger is down 2%
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    GregK GregK
    Not convinced Jens, might wait for all the downgrades to come in and then buy..but then I'm not often correct .. Cheers
  • Squawk / 24 September 2014 at 11:10 GMT
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    Hi Peter! I Would like to trade the CyberArk (Cybr) IPO today .. Any idea if it will be available on our platform ? Nice interview on CNBC last week.. Cheers Greg
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    Simon Kjaer Simon Kjaer
    Hi GregK! What did you think of the Alibaba IPO? That was an intense day!
    Unfortunately, CYPR:xnas will be subject delay and a day or two may...
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    GregK GregK
    Hi Simon. Thanks for replying I really appreciate it! You are right about the Alibaba IPO being exciting,unfortunately it was perfectly priced for us retail investors to...
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    Simon Kjaer Simon Kjaer
    Morning, Greg!
    Currently, making IPO's tradeable without the customary delay, is a manual and labor-intensive process. Large-scale, market-rattling IPO's, such as Alibaba, are made available to trade via...
  • Squawk / 31 July 2014 at 12:46 GMT
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    South Africa
    Hi Peter. Do you think it's worth taking a small position in Banco Espirito Santo after today's fiasco? Or rather stay away ? Greg
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    Peter Garnry Peter Garnry
    Hi GregK, I cannot give you direct advice. On a general level I will say that the bank's core operation in Portugal is a good business which...
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    GregK GregK
    Sorry Peter, did nt mean to put you in a difficult position regarding direct advice, thanks for the reply! I will check out the model later. Cheers...
  • Video / 11 July 2014 at 9:57 GMT

    Berger: How to keep calm and carry on trading

    Serge Berger
    A jittery market, a heavy equity sell off, the whiff of panic in the air. Nerves are being tested so how do you keep calm and carry on trading? We've seen the Portuguese banking drama send shivers through the Eurozone and beyond.
    Serge Berger, from thesteadytrader.com, gives his tips and thoughts on how to react when a shock rattles the financial system.
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