Leading online trading provider Saxo Capital Markets has launched a new eBook intended to help traders to improve their performance in what is becoming an increasingly volatile market environment.
Entitled “Trading Debates – Insights from Top Thought Leaders”, the book covers topics such as the ongoing Eurozone crisis, the prospective tapering of quantitative easing in the US, and the growing conflict in the Middle East. Together, these factors have brought about a heightened degree of volatility in the financial markets.
The insights in the white papers, which includes articles and videos, were recorded at a gathering of top thought leaders in the financial industry at Bloomberg’s European Headquarters in London on September 13, 2013. They are intended to help traders to identify new trading opportunities during what is likely to be an uncertain phase in the markets.
Questions addressed by the experts in the white papers include:
- Can the Federal Reserve successfully taper quantitative easing?
- Will oil prices skyrocket in light of recent tensions in the Middle East?
- How can Angela Merkel lead the Eurozone out of the debt crisis?
- Will emerging markets make a comeback this year?
The availability of the white papers is limited to the first 1,000 people to sign up for a demo trading account on Saxo’s own platform, which enables people to trade a wide range of financial instruments including forex, forward outrights, and OTC options on a range of devices including tablets, laptops, and smartphones.
More information about the white papers is available at Saxo’s #TradingDebates web page.
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