73% av ikke-profesjonelle kunder taper penger når de handler i CFD-er. Du bør vurdere om du har råd til å ta den høye risikoen for å tape pengene dine.


Embracing Volatility

Embracing Volatility

By Nicholas Teo, Market Analyst, CMC Markets Singapore It may be a volatile couple of weeks for global equity markets, and traders will enjoy embracing it. We have several key events due to drive stocks these next week’s, including: 1) The FOMC decision this week, which could set stocks either way; 2) The possible continuation of the Greece versus Troika standoff , which so far looks like it may go to head with the worst possible outcome; 3) Closer to Asia, we have the possibility of a bigger outbreak of the MERS virus especially in North Asia. This could rattle confidence and bring fear to overheating equities there. Moreover, these two weeks may see several ‘technicalities’ which could affect stocks wildly, possibly with a negative bias. Triple Witching First, Triple Witching happens again this Friday. Known sometimes as ‘freaky Friday’, Triple Witching is an event that occurs when the contracts for stock index futures, stock index options and stock options all expire on the same day. With all the activity of the contracts ending during this expiration period, and the reshuffling of market holding, the effect is usually a dramatic increase in trading volume. With this spike in activity, volatility usually follows. In fact, independent studies have shown that the swing in stock prices during the week of Triple Witching and the following week, has been wider than most weeks. Triple Witching this week also coincides with a period when global stocks are standing near their seven- to fifteen-year highs. All of this is happening just as we are about to be faced with a reversal of interest rates from the world’s biggest economy, the first in years. Source: CMC Markets Window Dressing Secondly, as a follow up next week, we have the usual month/quarter/semi-annual end window dressing activity. This could add to the possibility of a sell-down in stocks as fund managers may find it difficult to resist the temptation of ‘locking in’ what has been a solid year-to-date performance for most of the key major indices. Proxy China Play in doubt? Source: CMC Markets DAX Source: CMC Markets … a message from the bond markets…. source: CMC Markets VIX - Perhaps time for some insurance…. CMC Markets is an execution only service provider. The material (whether or not it states any opinions) is for general information purposes only, and does not take into account your personal circumstances or objectives. Nothing in this material is (or should be considered to be) financial, investment or other advice on which reliance should be placed. No opinion given in the material constitutes a recommendation by CMC Markets or the author that any particular investment, security, transaction or investment strategy is suitable for any specific person.

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Finanstilsynets standardiserte risikoadvarsel: CFDer er komplekse finansielle instrumenter og investeringer i disse innebærer høy risiko for å tape penger raskt, grunnet gearing. 73% av ikke-profesjonelle kunder taper penger når de handler i slike produkter med denne tilbyderen. Du bør vurdere om du forstår hvordan CFDer fungerer og om du har råd til å ta den høye risikoen for å tape pengene dine.