Saturday, August 28, 2021
Beware, sawtooth market
Strategies for the pickle season
The prices on the stock exchanges have been swinging sideways for weeks, because big impulses are currently rare. Small setbacks are quickly used for entrances and are usually quickly compensated for. How can investors still make profits in this summer slump? If only small movements are to be expected, traders often use leverage to get more out of small fluctuations. But what happens when a sudden impulse does lead to a bigger reaction? So what strategies are advisable for the coming weeks? Friedhelm Tilgen talks about this with Nicolai Tietze from Morgan Stanley and Daniel Saurenz from Feingold Research.