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Recent Posts by Malte Kaub


(VIDEO) Market Review: Trading Environment



Video Transcript:

Hello, everyone. It's Paul here for ValuTrades. It's the end of my trading day. I've been asked to have a quick chat with you about trading environments, in particular, understanding when your instruments or your asset class, whether it's in a range-bound or a trending environment. Both offer opportunity, but it's important to know which is the correct environment we're in and what is really the right sort of strategies and tactics to use within that environment.

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Video: Flash Crash on the Way for Asia, German, UK and US Markets?

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An Introduction to the US Non-Farm Payrolls

As private traders, strong moves can be our lifeblood. When an instrument moves strongly in one direction, it creates opportunity that allows us to hop aboard and ride the wave. But what is it that makes markets move? Generally, strong moves occur when there is an imbalance between supply and demand in the markets—so what creates that?

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The Origin and History of The DAX

The DAX is the "German share index" and measures the performance of the 30 largest and highest-turnover companies. The index value is determined on the basis of the Xetra-Kurse quoted on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Originally, the DAX was thought of as just another German index, but it grew so popular that it became the established benchmark index for the German stock market, similar to the S&P 500 in the USA.

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German Election on 24 September: Earthquake or Non-event?

The two drivers that determine the most likely scenarios and the anticipated impact of the upcoming general election in Germany on the global markets are the 1) party manifestos and the 2) election polls.

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Market Focus and Key Events in 2017

After an eventful and volatile first half of 2017 we look forward to what, if any, opportunities the second half of this year bring us.

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Valutrades Economic Outlook for June

UK elections, Donald Trump, NFP Friday on 2nd June and so much more. Market uncertainty and volatility are back and there are a lot of factors which traders need to consider. Here is an interesting article, from the professional trader Malte Kaub, for an insight into how traders can navigate the markets through this unprecedented uncertainty. 

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