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What Looks Like the Most Powerful Bitcoin Wallet Ever Made Is Offering Leverage To Buy/Sell Forex, Bonds, Stocks & Commodities

For those that follow Zerohedge or Reggie Middleton, his startup has released a pure bitcoin, P2P trading wallet that offers up to 10,000x price leverage or over 45,000 tickers in all asset classes from global exchanges. It's fascinating stuff. I'm playing with it now, and yes - it works. See this research piece he put up on ZeroHedge where he challenges the word of the Danish central bank then shows how his bitcoin wallet (UltraCoin, I know, not the best name) is used to speculate on their breaking their euro peg like the Swiss did (which wreaked the markets). http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-02-11/its-all-out-war-pt-3-danish-krone-peg-euro-more-fragile-glass-beads-danish-national-
Definitely not light reading, but fascinating stuff. This dudes a genius. There's not a lot of traffic on it yet, but I think this will be pretty big. Download it here http://www.ultra-coin.com/index.php/download-now
It has a demo mode (that seems like it uses testnet), a live currency mode and a handy spreadsheet that you can use to model your trades before you commit capital to them. I'd be interested in doing small to medium trades (.1 to .2 BTC each) using 100x leverage with members of the community.
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@FTMarkets: Forex, bond yields steady ahead of BoJ decision https://t.co/TruuwAkAdl

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@ftchina: Forex, bond yields steady ahead of BoJ decision https://t.co/ySE0IzIsp9

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@FT: Forex, bond yields steady ahead of BoJ decision https://t.co/2tjLg8Ks0b

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@fastFT: Forex, bond yields steady ahead of BoJ decision https://t.co/tddpI5xWtb

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@FT: Forex, bond yields steady ahead of BoJ decision https://t.co/2tjLg8Ks0b

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How much do I need to invest on stocks, forex, bonds to get a consistent $10(ten dollars) return each month?

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What Looks Like the Most Powerful Bitcoin Wallet Ever Made Is Offering Leverage To Buy/Sell Forex, Bonds, Stocks & Commodities

I'm copying this post over here at the recommendation of the commenters on the main bitcoin reddit. I did not write the original post, but I participated heavily in the ensuing discussion and am open and willing to answer all (realistic) questions here as well. I can even bring in my analysts and tech team for an AMA if you wish. Enjoy, and trade well, my friends! .......... For those that follow Zerohedge or Reggie Middleton, his startup has released a pure bitcoin, P2P trading wallet that offers up to 10,000x price leverage or over 45,000 tickers in all asset classes from global exchanges. It's fascinating stuff. I'm playing with it now, and yes - it works. See this research piece he put up on ZeroHedge where he challenges the word of the Danish central bank then shows how his bitcoin wallet (UltraCoin, I know, not the best name) is used to speculate on their breaking their euro peg like the Swiss did (which wreaked the markets). http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-02-11/its-all-out-war-pt-3-danish-krone-peg-euro-more-fragile-glass-beads-danish-national- Definitely not light reading, but fascinating stuff. This dudes a genius. There's not a lot of traffic on it yet, but I think this will be pretty big. Download it here http://www.ultra-coin.com/index.php/download-now It has a demo mode (that seems like it uses testnet), a live currency mode and a handy spreadsheet that you can use to model your trades before you commit capital to them. I'd be interested in doing small to medium trades (.1 to .2 BTC each) using 100x leverage with members of the community.
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In addition to stocks, you can also make posts about forex, bonds, mutual funds, ETFs, portfolio management, derivatives, real estate investing, precious metals- anything related to investment education. It's worthwhile to learn about different asset classes as a potential diversification tool.

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Hourly News Update

🤖 Mean Polarity = 0.14 | Mean Subjectivity = 0.26
SPX 3329.25| NASDAQ 11200.75| DOW 27170.0| OIL 44.94
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Gold, oil, economics & the unpredictable markets


GOLD - Trading environment:

OIL - Trading environment:
ECONOMICS - Where we are heading at:
TAKEAWAYS FOR INVESTORS - What happens next?
This is definitely a very volatile trading environment. It is hard for individual investors to position themselves. I ’ve started to feel that a diversified allocation in different trading strategies is much safer than trying to time the market or implement the strategies on my own.Until now I used to invest through Interactive Brokes (for options, futures, Forex, bonds, and funds) and Vanguard for some ETFs. I ’ve now found Daedalus platform, which seems to be having a good combo of alternative strategies. It actually has Hedge Funds, but with very low tickets, which helps me a lot.Any ideas of other trading strategies or platforms that offer them?
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Leading European stock brokers in 2020 for a digital nomad ?

As title suggests I'm a DN travelling thru Europe, often changing country of residence. Having made some extra cash thru crypto trading last year, I would like to invest my gains using a reputable stock broker website (based in the European Union). I plan to dablle in forex, bonds, stock markets, and commodities (maybe also some CFDs).
Coming from crypto, I'm very cautious before sending money to any service - your broker recommendations are highly appreciated.
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Forex Trading, Stock, Bonds, Commodities,

Forex Trading, Stock, Bonds, Commodities, submitted by AieFx to u/AieFx [link] [comments]

S. Korea sells bonds worth US$625 mln, 700 mln euros for forex stabilization

S. Korea sells bonds worth US$625 mln, 700 mln euros for forex stabilization submitted by readerseven to economy [link] [comments]

A Day in the Life of a Stock Trader - Blog | Horizon Institute

Section 1 – What does a stock trader actually do
The life of a trader is often glamorised by films such as The Wolf of Wallstreet and Margin Call – a view that is shared by many who have no direct experience with the wider investment industry. It is also true that different types of traders have very different workloads. Trading emerging markets is not the same as trading FTSE stocks or the forex markets.
Let’s start by defining what traders, broadly speaking actually are:
“Professionals in finance who buy and/or sell assets on the financial markets.”
A day in the life of a trader: Behind the scenes
These are people who usually have a background in finance, either through traditional education (think degrees in finance, accounting, economics, investment management etc) or through practical experience at companies working within financial services.
This is to say that the day-to-day activities of a trader is to either buy assets (such as stocks, futures, commodities) or to sell assets (such as stocks, forex, bonds). Two distinct roles in trading can be summed up in the Buy side, and the Sell side in terms of execution.
A broader categorisation would include participants within the financial markets who trade securities. This encompasses independent traders working from home to large multinational financial institutions which see billions of dollars a day flow from and to their order books.
The Buy Side
The Buy side is concerned with purchasing assets, and this generally involves taking orders from management or clients and then sending those orders to the broker to be executed. This role is being gradually replaced by technology, specifically automation and AI, and its hard to see a future for buy side traders 20 years from now. There is also a distinctly bad reputation associated with buy side traders, these are often just messengers, and have been known to treat brokers with incredible hostility and bitterness over recent years.
The Sell Side
Alternatively, the Sell side is just the opposite – these traders are only concerned with selling positions either the firm or the firms clients holds. Again technology is eliminating this role over time, and today both buy and sell side traders simply take message, and pass it along either electronically through an online platform or via telephone for the perhaps more traditional establishments.
Private Hedge fund managers
Many successful traders have gone on to start hedge funds with private companies and from private investors. This is a highly privileged position to be in, as hedge fund managers are in control of both the broad strategy for the investments and receives the greatest compensation should the strategy be profitable.
Private Portfolio Managers
Portfolio managers working at a private company (such as a large hedge fund) is again a much sought after position. Portfolio managers generally create a positive or negative selection portfolio, which allows them to implement their own strategy to make the best returns with the lease risk – although these parameters are often set outside the control of the individual portfolio manager. The same also exists within commercial banking, but it is usually more focused on creating a very balanced portfolio that exists to hedge risk as opposed to making real returns.
Analysts
Analysts do the number crunching and quantitative prep work for the portfolio or hedge fund managers. This role involves applied finance and taking a close look at various assets fundamentals. This includes the balance sheet, income statement and cashflow statement for analysts looking at stocks. This is usually a relatively junior role, and those who are successful here tend to become traders, portfolio managers and eventually hedge fund managers over the course of a successful career.
Investment Banking
There are still plenty of traders left at investment banks, despite the decline over the last few decades. As much as 90% of the time is spent dealing with clients such as Hedge and Pension Funds.
Investment Bank Traders
As much as 90% of the time is spent dealing with clients such as Hedge and Pension Funds.
The trader is then Making Markets in Assets the clients want to buy/sell, such as stocks, currencies, commodities and bonds.
The other 10% of time is Proprietary trading, utilising the banks large balance sheet to create a positive selection portfolio.
Market Makers (Agency)
Market making is the primary task of an investment trader (~80% of market making business)
Split into two sections:
Agency Business – Client holds risk
Risk business – Investment Bank holds risk
Investment Bank charges commission on these activities at a typical rate of 5 basis points or 0.05%
Example – Buy £10,000,000 of BP stock at £100 per share = 100,000 BP shares.
Commission for bank - £10,000,000 X 0.005 = £5,000
Risk free for bank – algorithm executes trades based on client orders
In terms of basis points, 100 = 1%
Proprietary Trading
This type of trading can happen in two ways, the first where small investors at home use their own capital to trade for a direct gain or commercially where a firm uses its own capital to make trades to be the prime beneficially of the rewards should the trade go well. This is in contrast to how hedge funds would normally just earn a commission, by also utilising internal capital the firm is able to take larger risks, which tend to come with the larger rewards.
Here’s another interesting fact:
“Only 6% of candidates end up making it as a professional trader” (Business Insider, 2011)
This statement alone shows just how competitive the industry is, and to make a successful career is even harder, with only ~5% of traders ever making it to a managerial level.
A day in the life of a trader: Behind the scenes
Section 2 – How does 8 hours day break down?
6:00 AM
Traders usually start the day at 6.30 AM and start to catch up on news that broke overnight that may A) affect current positions or B) provide opportunities for new positions. These changes are digested, and areas of special interest are noted for further analysis later.
7:00 AM
Arrive at trading floor at 7:30, 30 minutes before markets open. This is the time where traders prepare themselves for the day. It also serves as an opportunity to talk to colleagues. For most hedge funds and other long-term traders, team meetings will happen in the morning to ensure all traders are up to speed and playing from the same game plan.
8:00 AM
Markets open: based on overnight news there may be buying / selling activity to adjust the traders portfolio based on the latest information. Many traders prefer not to trade at the market open due to higher volatility as traders from around the world react to overnight news.
9:00 AM
A common task around 9:00 AM would be to scan the market for short term opportunities, or to catch up on fundamental company analysis of companies in the watch list.
10:00 AM
Continuation of analysis or opportunity seeking based on the traders own intuition, experience and judgement. This is also prime time for internal meetings with the team and meetings with clients, potential clients etc.
11:00 AM
Here we see lower volume and volatility, and so short-term opportunities diminish, traders are thinking about lunch at this point. Finishing up financial models and analysis done in the morning. Another prime time for meetings with the team and clients.
12:00 PM
Most long-term traders take lunch, some short-term traders will stay at the desk as timing can be critical to a successful day.
1:00 PM
As investment banks and other major institutions return from lunch volatility in the markets increases and short-term traders get back to work. Long-term traders generally get back to analysis, risk management or strategy functions with only a cursory interest in the current market prices and volatility.
2:00 PM
Day traders will spend this time monitoring positions and executing trades as necessary. Long-term traders use this period in a variety of ways, as mentioned above.
3:00 PM
Short-term traders now think about closing existing positions and stop looking for new opportunities. This is also where the administrative functions of cancelling unfilled orders, or for long term traders, finalising analysis of the day and presenting it to stakeholders. This is the last chance to exit positions for the trading day.
4:00 PM
The markets are now closed. Traders often look back at the day, seeing what went well (and what didn’t). Management will often check in and with-it bureaucracy and paperwork.
5:00 PM
Time to leave the office and go home. The advent of mobile internet means most traders are now reading the latest financial news, following commentary and thinking about the strategy for tomorrow.
6:00 PM
If all went well arrive home, if not then its likely the trader will still be at the office working to meet the deadline of the day, from financial models to briefing management and clients.
7:00 PM
Outside of the general workday, traders will spend much of the evening doing research and analysis – everything from learning about the markets to experimenting with financial models to taking an advanced excel course.
Section 3 – Why you might want to be a stock trader
We meet a lot of traders, its what we do – and here are a few of the top reasons traders we spoke to continue to do what they do.
Love the Game
Many traders are extremely fond of the game that is the financial markets. Day traders talk about the rush as fast-paced action that runs from 8am to 4pm 5 days a week. The same holds true for long-term traders, and while lacking the constant adrenaline of day trading the highs of closing a trade that’s been on-going for months is just as great a feeling – the analogy one trader used was whereas day traders get Christmas every day, long-term traders get all of their Christmases at once, 4-5 times a year.
Financial Freedom
This is not just about the ability to make a living from trading and the financial markets, but from having the knowledge and understanding of the world of finance to make sound financial decisions, whether that be in deciding between a fixed or variable mortgage, or the best ways to allocate capital to save for school fees.
Intellectual Challenge
There is undoubtedly both an intellectual and an emotional challenge in trading successfully. While it is said that day traders trade emotion, long term portfolio managers trade on intellect and sound financial decision making.
Style & Expression
Traders all trade differently, from value investors to crypto speculators each trader develops a style and method of trading that fits their way of life and the perception they have of the world around them. If you are emotional in-tune with the wider world, then day trading can be exceptionally profitable. The same holds true for value investors like Warren Buffet, a trader who enjoys digesting and analysing reams of company reports to find what Buffet calls “Great companies at fair prices”.
This post has hopefully given you an understanding of the typical day in the life of a trader. If you feel your ready to take the next step towards a career in trading and finance, Horizon provides a comprehensive introductory course on Investing for Beginners.
https://blog.hioim.com/post/a-day-in-the-life-of-a-stock-trade
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Non-FUD view of the recession and why its coming.

Naturally media is spreading fear on the common bagholder that a recession is coming tomorrow and you should run for your life, fast.
However, the process of an recession is slow but there is for a fact a high probability that in the coming 24 months there will be a recession
Market up or down shouldnt matter because its all about opportunity to make money right. If not, start saving for the next 2 years and buy low.
So to spark a conversation, how are you preparing for a (POTENTIAL) recession and when the time comes, what is your game plan?
Option trading? Safe bets like gold/wallmart/booze etc? Storing in currencies? Forex? Bonds?
btw
If the FOMC believes the economy is growing too fast and inflation pressures are inconsistent with the dual mandate of the Federal Reserve, the Committee may set a higher federal funds rate target to temper economic activity. In the opposing scenario, the FOMC may set a lower federal funds rate target to spur greater economic activity.
The federal funds rate is the central interest rate in the U.S. financial market. It influences other interest rates such as the prime rate, which is the rate banks charge their customers with higher credit ratings. Additionally, the federal funds rate indirectly influences longer- term interest rates such as mortgages, loans, and savings, all of which are very important to consumer wealth and confidence.(2)
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What trading instruments will be available at launch?

I know crypto of course, but what about stocks, forex, bonds, mutual funds, etc.? Are these available at launch?
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A question about Quantmod (financial analysis)

Hello, for a while now I’ve been trying to work out how to generate the maximum and minimum price of an asset (stock, forex, bond etc) for each year over a 10 year period but can’t seem to figure out how to do it. How do i get the highest High and lowest Low for Apple in 2008 for example (as well as other years between the. and now). Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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Tổng Hộp Tin Tức Chứng Khoán Mỹ - Forex - Bond - Ngày 8 Tháng 6

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http://twitter.com/forex_in_world/status/1275072097488789505Weekly Trading Plans: EUR/USD – NZD/USD – SPX500 and BOND [Video] https://t.co/w6syE1FhhC— FOREX IN WORLD (@forex_in_world) June 22, 2020

http://twitter.com/forex_in_world/status/1275072097488789505Weekly Trading Plans: EUUSD – NZD/USD – SPX500 and BOND [Video] https://t.co/w6syE1FhhC— FOREX IN WORLD (@forex_in_world) June 22, 2020 submitted by Red-its to forextweet [link] [comments]

Trade While You Golf - Make Money On Stocks - Forex - Derivatives - Bonds - ETFs And Other Financial Markets

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Tổng Hộp Tin Tức Chứng Trước Giờ mở cửa nước Mỹ - Forex - Bond - Ngày ...

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Bonds & FX How to Trade Bonds Investing Basics: Forex - YouTube FX Training: Bond Trading Success - Price Action Reading - YouTube

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