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Trader`s Blog

Trading seasonal patterns in Bonds, today: German Bund Future (FGBL)


Today, we want to look at one of the most active traded markets in the world: the German Bund Future (FGBL). The German Bund is especially interesting right now, after the latest developments around the ECB and in combination with a highly profitable seasonal pattern wh

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US payrolls send the USD surging! Can it last?


The United States payrolls report for June 2019 surprised the market with 224,000 jobs added to the US economy against an expected 162,000. The US dollar surged higher immediately after the Non-Farm Payroll report. Now the question is, can the move last?

Trading NFP

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Bond yields point to deepening recession fears, yet US Equities with new ATHs? Who is wrong?



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Litecoin ‘halving’ pushes coin 370% higher this year! More to go?


After a very turbulent 2018 which saw more than $770 billion wiped off the crypto market, most major cryptocurrencies have come roaring back this year - largely thanks to key events this year such as the 'halving'. One cryptocurrency, in particular, has been leading

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Applying the open range breakout strategy to the SP500 CFD


The S&P500 saw a very weak May in terms of performance. In fact, the S&P500 delivered its worst May return in seven years and the second-worst since the 1960s, dropping 6.6%.

But it didn't take long for the S&P500 to recover and not only that, but

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