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By Erdal Cene

Wundern Sie sich, warum es immer wieder schwierig ist, aus Verlustgeschäften rechtzeitig auszusteigen?
-Bereiten Ihnen zu früh geschlossene Erfolgstrades Schmerzen?
-War Ihr höchster Gewinn nicht annähernd so groß wie Ihr höchster Verlust?
-Sind Sie auf der Suche nach einer für Sie passenden Handelsstrategie?
-Wann kommt Bewegung in den Markt?
-Wie funktionieren die Märkte, woran erkennt der Profi, welche Trades profitabel sind und welche brandgefährlich?
-Welche Zeiteinheiten bei Chartdarstellungen benutzt der Berufshandel?
-Die Verluste klein halten und die Gewinne laufen lassen – wie schaffen es die Profis?
Die Antworten aus der Perspektive des Berufshandels liefert Erdal Cene, langjähriger Händler an der Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse, in diesem Buch.

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IRs provide one mean, among many others, to present the relevant information. Our review of both the principles of monetary policy-making and current practices among IT central banks suggests a number of conclusions. A good IR must cover three questions, in no particular order. First, it must include an analysis of the current situation. This includes output and the labour market (wages and employment), monetary and financial developments, and foreign conditions. Next, it must present a forecast of the inflation rate, along with the associated uncertainty.

The change in the market interest from just before to just after the policy announcement can be thought of as consisting of two components, one due to the surprise element in the policy announcement, and one due to other news that regularly arrives in the market. We use daily interest-rate data and therefore the closest we can get to 'just before' and 'just after' is D – 1 and D + 1 respectively. Hence our measure of surprise in monetary policy will be calculated from DhD º i Dh +1 - i Dh -1 = SURPRISE D + NEWS{D - 1, D + 1} (2) where SURPRISE will be our measure of monetary policy surprise and NEWS {D – 1,D + 1} will be a proxy for the interest-rate effects of other news that arrives at the same time.

D. d. d. 16 How do Central Banks Write? 1. 4 How demanding is it to find information? (1=difficult 10=very easy) Australia Brazil Canada Chile Czech Republic Hungary Iceland Israel Mexico New Zealand Norway Peru Philippines Poland South Africa South Korea Sweden Switzerland Thailand What are the objectives of policy? What informa- How is the tion is used as input? information processed? Who decides? When are decisions taken? d. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. 18 How do Central Banks Write?

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