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    Creating A Regret Minimization Framework

    From newtraderu.com|23 min ago

    Mental models are used as frameworks and filters and a way to think about the world and make the right decisions based on principles. Mental models are not always correct but they can raise your probability of having success with how you think and the decisions you make based on robust principles. Jeff Bezos used a regret minimization model for this ...

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    The Wheel Trading Technique

    From newtraderu.com|10 hr ago

    The Wheel Options Strategy or the Triple Income Strategy is an option play where an option trader tries to profit from a trade on a single stock in three different ways. Step 1 is where the trader sells cash secured put options and collects the premiums on a stock that they wanted to buy at a specific price to hold a position in over the long term. If the ...

    U.S. Economic Outlook Plunges On Coronavirus Shutdown, Stock Market Dive: IBD/TIPP

    From investors.com|6 hr ago|8 comments

    The U.S. economic outlook crashed into recessionary territory as the coronavirus shutdown threw more than 10 million people out of work, the April IBD/TIPP Poll finds. Meanwhile the outlook for personal finances saw its biggest monthly drop on record, as the coronavirus stock market crash exacerbated financial stresses. The overall Economic Optimism Index ...

    A Top Strategist Says It’s Time to Pile Into World’s Worst Currencies

    From bnnbloomberg.ca|6 hr ago|2 comments

    Emerging-market currencies offer the best buying opportunity in more than two decades, according to Charlie Robertson, Renaissance Capital’s global chief economist. The London-based strategist said he particularly likes the South African rand, Mexican peso and Brazilian real, which happen to be the three hardest-hit major currencies this year. His bull case ...

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    U.S. Economic Outlook Plunges On Coronavirus Shutdown, Stock Market Dive: IBD/TIPP

    From investors.com|6 hr ago|8 comments

    The U.S. economic outlook crashed into recessionary territory as the coronavirus shutdown threw more than 10 million people out of work, the April IBD/TIPP Poll finds. Meanwhile ...

    Statement by Philip Lowe, Governor: Monetary Policy Decision

    From rba.gov.au|16 hr ago|9 comments

    At its meeting today, the Board reaffirmed the targets for the cash rate and the yield on 3-year Australian government bonds of 25 basis points, as well as the other elements of the package announced on 19 March 2020. The coronavirus remains first and foremost a very major public health issue, but it is also having very significant effects on economies and financial systems around the world. Many countries are expected to experience large economic contractions as a consequence of the public health response. Large increases in unemployment are also expected. Once the virus is contained, a recovery in the global economy is expected, with the recovery supported by both the large fiscal packages and the significant easing in monetary policy that has taken place. Financial market volatility has been historically high and many markets around the world have been dislocated. There are, however, some signs that markets are working more effectively than they were a few weeks ago. This improvement partly reflects the substantial measures undertaken by central banks. In Australia, the yield on 3-year Australian Government bonds is now around the target level set by the Board and the functioning of the government bond markets has improved. The Bank will do what is necessary to achieve the 3-year yield target, with the target expected to remain in place until progress is being made towards the goals for full employment and inflation. Since this target was introduced, the Bank has bought around $36 billion of government bonds in secondary markets, including bonds issued by the states and territories. The Bank will continue to promote the smooth functioning of these important markets. If conditions continue to improve, though, it is likely that smaller and less frequent purchases of government bonds will be required. The Bank has injected substantial liquidity into the financial system through its daily open market operations to support credit and maintain low funding costs in the economy. It will continue to ensure that the financial system has sufficient liquidity. Given the substantial liquidity that is already in the system and the commencement of the Term Funding Facility, the daily open market operations are likely to be on a smaller scale in the near term. Operations at longer terms will continue, but the frequen tweet at 7:32am: RBA: - Board is committed to doing what it can do to support employment - Will do what is necessary to achieve 3-year yield target - Will not raise rates until progress is made toward full employment (BBG) #AUD tweet at 7:32am: RBA: A very large economic contraction is, however, expected to be recorded in the June quarter and the unemployment rate is expected to increase to its highest level for many years tweet at 7:33am: #RBA: - Signs that some market are working more effectively now - If conditions improve, smaller bond buying volume will be required - Australian financial system is resilient (BBG) #AUD

    UK’s Gove Confirms UK PM Johnson Is Not On A Ventilator

    From @LiveSquawk|13 hr ago|6 comments

    tweet at 9:55am: UK’s Gove Confirms UK PM Johnson Is Not On A Ventilator - LBC Radio -Will Be A Statement If Johnson’s Health Worsens

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    Risk appetite strengthening as coronavirus trends continue to improve

    From hmarkets.com|7 hr ago|6 comments

    Risk sentiment continues to improve as there are ongoing signs of improvement in daily death rates of Coronavirus and discuss begins to turn to exit strategies for some countries. This helped to spur renewed appetite for risk that ran strongly higher throughout the US session yesterday. Treasury yields have turned a near term corner and are continuing to ...

    USDCAD tilts negative after Bollinger bands squeeze

    From xm.com|9 hr ago

    USDCAD appears to be following the lower Bollinger band around 1.4060 after fading beneath the capping 50-period simple moving average (SMA) and the mid-Bollinger band around the 1.4140 threshold. The recent negative price action is also reflected in the short-term oscillators and seems to be aided by the recent bearish crossover of the 100-period SMA by ...

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    Plus500 registers 487% jump in revenues in Q1 2020

    From financefeeds.com|6 hr ago|1 comment

    Online trading company Plus500 Ltd (LON:PLUS) today issued a trading update for the three months to end-March 2020, revealing a steep rise in revenues. In the three months ended March 31, 2020, the Group’s revenue was $316.6 million, marking an increase of 487% compared to the same period last year. Plus500 attributed the steep increase in revenues to ...

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