Saxo Bank is a Danish investment bank specializing in online trading and investment. It was founded as a brokerage firm in 1992, under the name Midas Fondsmæglerselskab, by Lars Seier Christensen, Kim Fournais and Marc Hauschildt. The name was changed to Saxo when the company obtained a banking license in 2001. Saxo offers trading through its online platforms in Forex, stocks, CFDs, futures, funds, bonds and futures spreads. The company functions as an online broker with a bank license, without offering traditional banking products. According to Saxo, roughly half of its activities are derived from partnerships with institutional trading partners. More than 100 financial institutions globally service their end clients with Saxo Bank's platforms on White Label basis


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  • Why I’m buying USDCAD: Coleman

    Ian Coleman, of, is looking to buy USDCAD. He explains his technical analysis of weekly, daily and four–hour charts. Coleman is planning to buy dips around 1.3040 with a stop at 1.3000. His immediate target is 1.3186–1.3200, but is looking for targets later this week around the area of 1.3350–1.3380. Non-independent investment research disclaimer Full disclaimer

  • Looking to buy the Dax: O'Hare

    Steve O'Hare of First 4 Trading is looking to buy the Dax. O'Hare looks to set longs at on a dip in front of 9,800-9,750. His targets are 10,115 (200-day MA), 10,290 (2016 downward trending resistance) and10,500 (Major downtrend resistance). O'Hare has a stop at 9,500. FULL DISCLAIMER NOTIFICATION ON NON-INDEPENDENT INVESTMENT RESEARCH AND RISK WARNING

  • Why gold’s downside risk is limited if the UK stays in the EU: Hansen

    Ole Hansen, head of commodity strategy at Saxo Bank, analyses how gold is performing ahead of the UK’s Brexit or Bremain vote to decide its future within the European Union. Hansen says gold may stay in the $1,270/oz to $1,300/oz range ahead of Thursday’s referendum while investors are continually buying into gold, particularly in ETFs.

  • My trade view on 20+ year US treasury bonds: Berger

    Serge Berger from explains why he thinks the ETF called iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond (TLT:xnas) could be a selling opportunity. Berger expects to sell at $136 with a stop at $137.60 and a target of $133. Follow Serge Berger

  • Options made easy - closing Apple: Stoev & Røsand

    In this episode Marius Røsand and Georgio Stoev discus if closing an Apple option position is the right thing to do. Marius decides to close his Apple stock position and shows how on the Saxotradergo iPhone App. Stoev is a Saxo Market's futures and listed options product manager and Røsand is a student assistant at Saxo Bank. Please stay tuned for more options trading from Georgio Stoev and Ma...

  • As president I would do absolutely nothing: Jakobsen

    Steen Jakobsen, Saxo bank's chief economist, travels the world telling investors just where our current crop of political leaders are going wrong and what the upshot of their ill-informed policies will be. As as result, he's often met with the question "what would you do if you were president?". Steen has his manifesto all planned – you can catch it right here. Read more in Steens article the a...

  • My EURUSD trade view: Lambert

    Clive lambert from presents his EURUSD trade view based on a technical analysis. Lambert expects to buy EURUSD on a dip to 1.1225, with a stop below 1.1190. He is targeting 1.1299 today, then 1.1357 and 1.1418-20 into next week. Follow Clive Lambert

  • Saxo on Brexit: How will the UK’s EU vote affect gold?: Hansen

    Ole Hansen, head of commodity strategy at Saxo Bank, shares his thoughts on trading gold in the event that the UK votes on June 23 to leave the European Union. Hansen believes the risk/reward for trading gold could be towards the upside. He says the referendum could create uncertainty with investors moving away from stocks towards safer assets including gold. If the UK votes to leave, Hansen sa...

  • USDJPY and other major yen crosses hitting new lows: Hardy

    John Hardy, head of FX strategy at Saxo Bank, digests market moves following the meetings of the Bank of Japan and the Federal Open Market Committee. He says that helicopter money is a de facto reality and an inevitable next step by the BoJ/Shinzo Abe government. The question remains only one of timing, he says. Hardy also says time is shortening with every fresh plunge in the USDJPY and other J...

  • My trade view on mining share Rio Tinto: Neighbour

    Joe Neighbour from Central Markets gives his trade view on Rio Tinto. There was a big bullish candle on the close yesterday as the mining shares topped the leader board on the FTSE100. The mining shares have gone a little quite in recent weeks as we have seen a consolidation take place. The move yesterday from trend support suggests that the bulls remain active in this sector and that we could se...

  • Saxo On Brexit: Why Bremain could be good for investors – Garnry

    Peter Garnry, head of equity strategy at Saxo Bank, considers how the City of London could change forever if the UK votes on June 23 to leave the European Union. Should the UK vote to remain in the EU, Garnry says there could be a potentially sizeable upside in stocks. Read more Trading the Brexit vote? Find more analysis, insight and essential resources on our dedicated Brexit page. http://vi...

  • Central banks, Brexit, and the 'creeping negativity': Hardy

    John Hardy, Saxo Bank's head of forex strategy, gives an overview of the Federal Open Market Committee's June 15 meeting, as well as three other central bank meetings: the Bank of England, Swiss National Bank, and Bank of Japan. Hardy's expectation is that the message will be cautious because of the UK referendum on June 23. Follow John Hardy

  • EUROSTOXX futures likely to drop: Lucas

    Steve Lucas of 3cAnalysis is short JUN’16 EUROSTOXX futures. Lucas says we have broken through the Ichimoku cloud and through the 50 & 100 day average rates. Lucas is selling at 2891 and his stop will be at the 50-day average rate at 2966 which is just above a 50% recovery to the losses since May’s top. Targets will be 2820 and 2775, April’s low. Steve Lucas says that this trade is good until ...

  • Saxo On Brexit: Trading the UK referendum vote with John Hardy

    John Hardy, head of FX strategy at Saxo Bank, considers the choices in trading and investment regarding the UK’s vote on June 23 to stay or leave the European Union. Hardy is cautious about trading sterling options strategies with implied volatilities going to extremes, but considers instruments that may be highly correlated with other sterling pairs over the event.

  • LinkedIn acquisition makes sense: Garnry

    Saxo Bank head of equity strategy Peter Garnry says that Microsoft's acquisition of LInkedIn makes sense in the long term. Garnry thinks that LinkedIn will be one of three potential global job sites and he believes there will be a lot of business and earnings power in that position. Through the acquisition, Microsoft gets access to 435 million active users.

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