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Trading by Proxy

Tim Walker 1 Mar, 2010
Many traders are interested in trading the commodity markets, and for good reason – they make good trends and generate great returns.
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Tom Scollon 1 Mar, 2010
I read with interest Jordan’s article before I wrote my editorial and coincidentally it was a subject about which I planned to write but from a different perspective.
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Update on the Euro

Mathew Barnes 22 Feb, 2010
2010 has been a negative year for the Euro so far. In recent times, concerns over the economic conditions in Greece have seen the value of the European currency deflated, but right now it is holding around a key level.
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Markets are just plain weak

Tom Scollon 15 Feb, 2010
No matter what market you look at they are all weak right now – our local market, global equity markets, commodities.
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Commodity Play

Jordan Craw 5 Feb, 2010

Forbes recently conducted interviews with a number of billionaires to get their views on the year ahead. When asked about his view on Gold, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban said, "Gold is a religion; it's not an asset class. It is always a bubble, so I am a sell."

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A likely scenario?

Tom Scollon 5 Feb, 2010

As I search to fathom out the melee of the last couple of weeks I try and contemplate likely scenarios. I say likely as to talk of just possible scenarios is really just sitting on the fence and I am not good at that. Nor can I say I am good at picking short term moves. I say ‘moves’ as I am inclined to think a short term ‘trend’ is almost a contradiction of terms. I do not aspire to pick the short term moves but only to understand them as a foundation to at least the medium term move ahead.

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The Best, the Worst and the ASX 200

Jordan Craw 29 Jan, 2010

2009 was a year of recoveries – for the economy, the financial system and battered stocks. Reading varied financial research over the past few months, there have been a number of themes that are consistent. These being firstly that after the ‘economic sweet spot’ in the third quarter of 2009, the speed of the recovery will slow in 2010. Flowing on from this is the idea that 2010 will see more a stock picker’s market compared to 2009 where almost all ships were lifted with the tide.

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A Famous Trade

Mathew Barnes 15 Jan, 2010

Firstly I’d like to wish all of our Trading Tutors Newsletter Readers a very Happy New Year, with an abundance of good times, good memories and good trades for 2010!

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Trading Profits in Multiple Currencies

Mathew Barnes 14 Dec, 2009
A very important part of our trading is keeping track of our profits and losses. This is fairly straight forward for a share / CFD trader, as their profits will tend to be in the one currency (for example, if you are trading in Australian share CFDs, your profits and losses will be in Australian Dollars).
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Energy Efficiency

John Jeffery 14 Dec, 2009
In the most recent issue of the Self Directed Investor (a free newsletter for HUBB software users) I demonstrated how the relative performances of the different sectors are likely to change over the next few weeks and months.
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