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Trading the SP500 Index CFD with a breakout strategy


At the end of 2020's first month of trading, Equities sold off sharply after news and developments concerning the Coronavirus pointed to increasing risks of a wide spread pandemic.

While the situation around the Coronavirus didn't escalate further over the succes

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Pandemic fears disappear – DAX with new all-time highs next week?


Economic Events Calender

Source: Economic Events Calendar February 10 – 14, 2020 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar

DAX30 CFD

After closing the month of January below 13,000 points, driven mainly by fears and developments around the Coronavirus and increasing risks of a widespread pandemic, the DA

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Trading the February seasonal pattern in silver


  • silver-bulls Today, we want to focus on a bullish seasonal pattern in Silver. Fundamentally, as market participants expect the Fed to keep on flooding markets with liquidity in order to avoid a funding crisis (particularly in the repo market), the general outlook for Silver stays
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    Tesla's Stock up 127% in 2020. Why?


    Tesla electric vehicle

    2020 has seen Tesla's stock price jump by 127%, opening the year at $425.77 a share, and spiking to $968.52 on February 4. What's even more astounding is that $300 of this price difference took place this week, with a 20% rise on Monday and a further 14% rise on

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    UK finally leaves the EU! What happens next?


    In 1973, the UK joined the European Economic Community which is now known as the European Union. On 31 January 2020, some 47-years later, the UK stopped being a member of the EU, making it the first member state to leave.

    The question on everyone's mind is what's

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