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Can Unlucky Traders be Profitable? – Daniel Dubrovsky

Often, there is an element of luck when it comes to trading. Even if your analysis is spot on, the timing is very difficult. Just look at famous investor Michael Burry from Michael Lewis’ bestseller “The Big Short”. He faced a revolt from his investors as he correctly bet against the US housing market before the bubble burst, landing him in the history books. As traders, we must be able to consider luck and timing, and there is a way to do it – with proper risk management. In this video, Daniel will cover:

• How is it that even the luckiest of traders can be unprofitable? 
• Simulating optimal risk management using millions of trades   
• Uncovering the optimal risk-reward ratios for your level of luck   



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Central Bank Driving Markets – Daniel McCarthy

Some pockets of the global financial markets appear blissfully sanguine about the risk of economic slowdown that seems due to follow as a result of aggressive monetary policy tightening by global central banks. If this remains the case, it may be that financial conditions are not restrictive enough to bring inflation down, which might bring policy officials to tighten the screws still further. In this video, Daniel shares his views on:

• Equity and bond markets may be pricing in divergent visions of the economic future 
• The inflation menace is a global one, but some markets are hurting more than others  
• If stock prices rise from here, where will that take corporate bonds spreads, and does it matter? 





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Can the Asia-Pacific region avoid a recession? – Yeap Jun Rong

As the US and other developed economies continue to step up on their monetary-tightening process, global recession risks are mounting. The moderation in external conditions has placed immense pressure on demand for Asian exports, which is the lifeline for most economies in the region. Year-to-date, the MSCI Asia Pacific Index is down by more than 25%. That said, have the worst been priced? Where may Asian markets be headed in 2023? In this video, Jun Rong shares with us:

• Key market themes in 2023
• Where are the opportunities in Asia?
• Analysis of key trading ideas in Asian currencies and indices



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