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IGTV round up - 21st - 25th of Jan 2019

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Hey all - I just wanted to give a quick snippet of some interesting IGTV pieces we've put out over the last few days which you may find interesting. You can find more stuff on the IGTV on demand area of Community (you must be a logged in client), but if you have any feedback, requests or suggestions please feel free to drop a comment below :) 

 

VODAFONE EARNINGS
A preview of Vodafone’s Q3 earnings due on Friday 

 

UBS EARNINGS
European banks interview following UBS’ quarterly earnings yesterday with Gildas Surry, portfolio manager at Axiom

 

CHINA’S ECONOMY
Following China’s slew of data on Monday we spoke with Nick Parsons, head of research and strategy at ThomasLloyd about the outlook for its economy

 

BREXIT
What does Brexit mean for UK rates and the economy with Andrew Wishart from Capital Economics

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    • This week is a crucial week for US indices I think especially end of the week. If we are going to see extreme Dow soon, the market will let us know.  The volatility is expected to pick up so money can probably be made in both directions with 1000+ points move again. I personally would not go long for a couple days. There are positions trapped right now going long from last week so I would guess some will be forced to endure some pain, unless they volunteer to take losses.
    • If it moves below $5k to maybe $4k again, it doesn't look like there is a great deal of support. Sure it can double in a short span of time but don't you think this is a very risky trade?
    • as explained earlier in the thread the cumulative risk reward ratio (auto calc'd on a spread sheet) plotted on the chart with the win rate is absolutely fool proof in revealing if a strategy is profitable of not. Also if you make any changes to the strategy the result will show up quickly in the stats so revealing whether the change was advantageous or not. Without hard statistics people have a habit of misleading themselves as to how well they and their strategy are really doing.
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