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  • 2y
    JOSHUA63 JOSHUA63
    Could you post all the companies reporting next week as you did past year? Thank you
  • 3y
    JOSHUA63 JOSHUA63
    Next week starting 2 august at 13.00 with Banca Intesa we'll see the (dismal) numbers of italian banks. Shorting the italian banks is the 100%...
    3y
    hersh hersh
    May not be able to short the stocks but I assume you can short the CFDs
  • 3y
    SierraPt. SierraPt.
    Have you published options trade idea somewhere? I can't find them
    3y
    JOSHUA63 JOSHUA63
    Is long Ubi still in your portfolio? Down 20% huge losses are there
  • 3y
    JOSHUA63 JOSHUA63
    The first relevant gain in months. Well done!
    The next shoe to drop could be Daimler if Doj and Epa discover something wrong!
  • 3y
    JOSHUA63 JOSHUA63
    This week Italian banks "popolari" will publish Fy 2015 results. Time to go short again!!
    3y
    JOSHUA63 JOSHUA63
    Still missing earnings watch for this week!
  • 3y
    JOSHUA63 JOSHUA63
    A trade pair : long Fcau due to Ipo Ferrari short Volkswagen
    Bmw and Daimler claimed that didn't use defeat devices so it's better to keep shorting...
  • 3y
    Jazzy Jazzy
    I am still long. Please make an update like above, i like that! thank you Peter
    3y
    DupreL DupreL
    What effect will exposure to Abengoa have on Banco Santander outlook?
    3y
    Peter Garnry Peter Garnry
    @Jazzy, we have closed our Banco Santander trade as the "pain trade" in commodities will likely continue to hurt LatAm longer than we initially anticipated which will...
  • 4y
    JOSHUA63 JOSHUA63
    Never catching a falling knife is a good trade! Daimler and Volkswagen looking the same !
    Fca is the only carmaker that is not plunging for the...
    4y
    Peter Garnry Peter Garnry
    @joshua63 so financial markets don't mean revert? Do they only trend in your world?
    4y
    miros13 miros13
    You've posted an suggestion but why you set the stop of so deep under market price ?
  • 4y
    JOSHUA63 JOSHUA63
    Peugeot is more or less exposed to China than german automakers?
    Guess they are very much exposed in terms of EBIT
    So why not buy german automakers...
    4y
    Mads Koefoed Mads Koefoed
    Peugeot sold for €3.8 in China and South Asia (based on FY'14), 7% of total revenue. Volkswagen got 18.8% of its revenue from Asia-Pacific.
    18.7% of BMW's...
    4y
    JOSHUA63 JOSHUA63
    What about Fcau (Fiat Chrysler automobiles)? Fcau is not selling a car in China and next October there will be Ferrari Ipo. Then in January Fcau...
  • 4y
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    Dear Mr Scalper, and Vanita

    I know the trade call of yesterday on the DAX was not my best moment...but it was strategic...and I did refrain from suggesting...
    4y
    capetown0108 capetown0108
    Hello Stephen,
    I have no interest of judging, but for me is strange if market which was yesterday in sell off mode and candle was red like "...
    4y
    MrScalper MrScalper
    is this in the cards? your post was stopped indeed just by a fractio stephen
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