Overview of performance of Strategies in Purple Trading - Q1 2020
What was the performance of selected Strategies in the first quarter of 2020? Is there any new and interesting one in the list of available Strategies?
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Overview of performance of ETF portfolios in Purple Trading - Q1 2020
As we pointed out before, none of our ETF portfolios is actively managed and it copies market events only passively. Therefore, its performance mirrors the development of global economies narrowly and therefore, it’s also affected by the impacts of actual virus pandemic.
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Brexit in the week from 4/5 – 10/5/2020
Another round of talks between the UK and the EU on a trade agreement should take place this week. We know from previous negotiations that there are significant discrepancies in fundamental issues that threaten the deadline for concluding a trade agreement by December 31 . . .
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Coronavirus and stock indices in the week from 30/4 – 6/5/2020
Today, the indices are at about the same price levels ​​as a week ago. The incentives adopted by central banks and governments to fight the coronavirus continue to have a positive effect on the indices. There was some short negative impulse for further growth last week when . . .
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Trade negative prices on Oil
Since the beginning of the year, oil has experienced unprecedented volatility, which on futures contracts escalated to negative prices. Specifically, the May contract reached almost - 40 dollars, and with fast-filling storage capacities, the risk of negative prices still . . .
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Coronavirus and markets in the week 28/4 – 4/5/2020
The total number of coronavirus infections has already exceeded 3.6 million and has affected 210 countries. The positive news is that in some countries the contagion has stopped and the gradual opening of economies continues. Investors' attention will thus gradually . . .
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Coronavirus and stock indices in the week from 22/4 -29/4/2020
The indices continued to grow last week, which may seem surprising given the influx of weak macroeconomic data. The NASDAQ index, for example, has already erased 78% of the March slump. The VIX (fear index) is gradually declining and is currently hovering around 30 points . . .
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Brexit in the week from 27/4 – 3/5/2020
There were no official negotiations on a trade agreement last week. As there are still differences between Britain and the EU on key issues, the risk that Brexit will occur without an agreement as of January 1, 2021, continues to grow. Economic data confirms the negative . . .
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Coronavirus and markets in the week 21/4 – 27/4/2020
The total number of coronavirus infections has already exceeded 3 million and has affected 210 countries. The positive news is that the disease is slowing down in some countries and governments are beginning to cautiously ease restrictive measures. However, the WHO . . .
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Brexit in the week from 20/4 – 26/4/2020
Another round of Brexit talks took place last week, but no significant progress has been made. At the same time, economic data on PMI has fallen to new historic levels, confirming that coronavirus is decimating the British economy. The positions of large speculators are . . .
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