What does “risk-on, risk-off” mean for traders and investors?

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Risk-on” and “risk-off” have become established terms in U.S. media coverage over the past few years as descriptions for certain market conditions and are also being used more and more frequently by German-speaking stock exchange traders. In this article I would like to explain in more detail what “risk-on, risk off” (RORO) means and how …

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Barrick Gold Stock Forecast – Long Term Prediction (2021)

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Last update: December 04, 2020 Barrick Gold Stock Forecast: When will key resistance break? Barrick Gold Stock (GOLD) has reached key resistance around $31,00. Long term outlook remains positive as long as key support around $12.31 holds. Long term price target is all time high at $55,95 Barrick Gold Forecast: We will keep you updated. …

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Babypips review (2021) – A great starting point for Forex traders

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It’s no secret that trading can be hard to understand. With trading terms that you’re unsure of, whether to go straight to trading forex (currencies), futures, or stocks along with throwing in the factor that any wrong choices could cost you money is enough to make any beginner trader rethink their decision. A good place …

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The Australian Dollar (AUD) for Traders – Overview and Background

The Australian dollar is the monetary currency in Australia issued by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). In addition, the Australian dollar is also used as the official currency in several other places, namely, the island states of Kiribati, Nauru and Tuvalu. On the current ranking list of the globally most-traded currencies, the Australian dollar …

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The new Micro E-mini futures: an alternative to CFD trading? (2020)

Micro futures: In Germany, anyone who trades stock indices such as the Dax, S&P, Dow Jones and the Nasdaq with CFDs instead of directly with futures primarily does so because they want to benefit from the good scalability and the relatively low margins. In the U.S., however, it’s a different story because CFDs are prohibited. …

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