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Alibaba shares: 3 factors to consider ahead of Q4 results
China’s faltering economy, strained Sino-American political relations, and a costly European growth strategy are all affecting the e-commerce giant.
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3 recovery shares for May
These shares could be worth investing in on recovery hopes
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Australian dollar may rise after FOMC minutes sink the US dollar and boost S&P 500
Australian dollar gains, US dollar falls on FOMC minutes; S&P 500 welcomes potential Fed turning point in Fall 2022 and AUD/USD may rise next, though watch the Hanging Man.
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Tesla shares continue to free-fall
Is the volatility in Tesla’s share price here to stay?
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THG shares: a short synopsis of the takeover talks
THG’s share price is the subject of fervent speculation as takeover offers come in thick and fast.
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What’s next for Upstart shares after collapsing by 50% in a month?
Upstart’s share price has fallen to $40 in the past month alone and is now at a tenth of its mid-October record of $401.
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S&P 500’s bear market may just be getting started
As the S&P 500 dipped into a bear market during intra-day trading last week, multiple analysts are warning worse is to come.
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Crypto investment: what’s the best option for you?
The birth of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency has triggered a revolution in the capital markets and became one of the rising asset classes in a short period. The rises and falls in the crypto world have attracted more and more eyeballs as their popularity grows and investor interest continues to expand.
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FOMC, GDP and inflation to provide risk catalysts for the USD this week
FOMC meeting minutes, a GDP revision and PCE inflation to guide the dollar price this week.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
UK data dominates the week, including employment and inflation figures, along with Australian employment and Japanese GDP numbers. It is a quieter week overall, although full-year earnings from Vodafone and Royal Mail will be worth watching.
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How to Control Greed When Trading
Greed is a natural human emotion that affects individuals to varying degrees. Unfortunately, when viewed in the context of trading, greed has proven to be a hindrance more often than it has assisted traders.

Greed can very easily turn good trades into bad ones and bad trades into worse trades. This article provides a number of tips to control greed and how to stop it interfering with your trading success.
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Dividend Adjustments 23rd May 2022 - 30th May 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 23rd May 2022. 
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Gold price outlook: XAU/USD soars as dollar falls, key technical obstacles remain
Gold prices rose the most since early March as the US dollar fell; markets seemed to be trimming 2023 Fed rate hike expectations and XAU/USD still needs to breach critical resistance for bullish view.
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Where next for Target shares after worst plunge since 1987 crash?
Target’s 25% share price fall, the worst one-day decline since 1987’s Black Monday, dragged other retailers down and hit the broader market.
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Where next for National Grid shares after full-year results?
National Grid’s share price offers strong defensive qualities as global markets sink and the UK prepares to enter recession.
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How to Manage the Emotions of Trading
Knowing how to control emotions while trading can prove to be the difference between success and failure. Your mental state has a significant impact on the decisions you make, particularly if you are new to trading, and keeping a calm demeanor is important for consistent trading. In this piece, we explore the importance of day trading psychology, for both beginner and more experienced traders, and give some pointers on how to trade without emotions.
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2022 recession: Five top NASDAQ sell-off stocks to watch
As 2022 heads towards a seemingly inevitable recession, some of the larger US tech stocks are becoming ever more reasonably priced.
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Nvidia’s share price: Q1 earnings preview
Nvidia’s share price has plunged by close to 40% year-to-date. Can its upcoming Q1 results aid to reverse the bearish sentiments?
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AUD soared as RBA released minutes; and Nasdaq jumped at the brighter economic outlook
Today, we look at where the four markets are heading: AUD/USD, Nasdaq, Brent Crude Oil and Bitcoin
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Is now the right time to buy Coinbase shares?
With Coinbase shares down by nearly 90% from last year’s peak and investors such as ARK Invest’s Cathie Wood buying the stock, is now the right time to invest?
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Wheat price rises 6% as Ukraine war rages and India restricts exports
Chicago Wheat increased by its maximum daily limit of 6% on Monday as the commodity suffered another supply shock.
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Roblox shares hit by Q1 losses
The gaming company unveiled first-quarter results last week
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Where next for Peloton shares after sobering Q3 results?
Peloton shares hit their lowest price on record last week after sobering Q3 results saw CEO and President Barry McCarthy label the turnaround effort ‘emotionally draining.’
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WHAT IS THE NUMBER ONE MISTAKE TRADERS MAKE?
WHAT IS THE NUMBER ONE MISTAKE TRADERS MAKE?

Big financial market volatility and growing access for the average person have made active trading very popular, but the influx of new traders has met with mixed success.

There are certain patterns which may separate profitable traders from those who ultimately lose money. And indeed, there is one particular mistake that in our experience gets repeated time and time again. What is the single most important mistake that led to traders losing money?

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The Week Ahead On The Markets
UK data dominates the week, including employment and inflation figures, along with Australian employment and Japanese GDP numbers. It is a quieter week overall, although full-year earnings from Vodafone and Royal Mail will be worth watching.
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