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Trading uncertainty: How to navigate risks amid market volatility

  • Discover the outlook for commodities in the second half of 2023
  • Find out how markets are grappling with the possibility of a recession
  • Develop strategies for balancing risk and reward in uncertain times
  • Learn how to manage your emotions when trading
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Trading requires not only an understanding of economic and social forces, but also an awareness of how your mental state can impact your decisions. As we move into the second half of 2023, this free ebook looks at a range of the challenges and risks facing traders, offering insights on how to deal with them. The topics covered in this ebook include:


A New Super-Cycle For Commodities?

Technical analyst JC Parets argues that commodities such as oil and gold could be in the early stages of a new, multi-year cycle.


Preparing For A Possible Recession

Investment strategist Michael Kantrowitz believes that the US and other major economies may be heading for a recession this year as higher interest rates weigh on housing and labour markets.


Managing Risk In Uncertain Times

Sal Abbasi and Kris Sidial of the Ambrus Group, a volatility-focused hedge fund, explain why trading a diverse mix of industries and asset classes can help protect your portfolio from economic downturns.


The Trading Mindset

Psychologist Alden Cass and psychiatrist Richard Peterson discuss why traders should develop an awareness of their emotions and genetic predispositions, and learn how to manage them effectively.

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