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Trader`s Blog

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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Stock markets jump on G20 outcome! How high can they go?


The G20 meetings took place in Osaka, Japan on 29 and 30 June 2019. After the historic event was finalised, the first trading day back saw some global stock market indices jump higher. While US president Donald Trump and Chinese premier Xi Jinping didn't put an end t

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After G20, before NFPs: Gold in corrective territory – buy the dip?


Economic Events July 1 -5, 2019

Source: Economic Events Calendar July 1 – 5, 2019 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar


DAX30 CFD

We are probably about to enter one of the most interesting stages of the trading year.

The G20 summit in Osaka left market participants curious;

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Facebook announces new cryptocurrency Libra: What will it mean for banks?


Written by Roman Krutyanskiy

On June 18, Facebook revealed its plans to release a new currency in 2020 - Libra.

Based on a Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) called Libra-Blockchain, Facebook claims Libra will make money transfers worldwide as simple an

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