Last week's edition of Trader Digest was all about the positive news in the world, so this week we’ve decided to carry on this positivity along with a couple of pieces to help you through this trading maze.
This week JP Morgan has said the market is past its worst, bond traders turn to portfolio trading and the UK has begun attempts to solve the ventilator shortage. We’ve also got to the bottom of some of the coronavirus lies that are circulating in the media.
Working from home is probably something most traders are used to but if you’re looking for some more guidance check out our list of tips to help you work from home. Alternatively if you’re starting to feel a bit sluggish head to our trader workouts below to get that blood flowing...
WHAT WE'RE READING
JPMorgan Says the Market Rout Is Probably Past Its Worst Now
‘Strategists at JPMorgan Chase & Co. have concluded that most risk assets - a universe that typically includes stocks and credit - have seen their low points for the recession that’s gripped economies around the world.’ BLOOMBERG
Bond Traders Turn to Portfolio Trading in Volatile Market Conditions
‘Fixed income traders are increasingly looking to portfolio trading strategies to move large amounts of risk with dealers in the current volatile market conditions.’ THE TRADE
Brave Partners With Binance to Develop In-Browser Crypto Trading
‘Brave announced Tuesday it was partnering with Binance to develop an in-browser crypto trading tool that will ultimately let users deposit, swap, purchase and trade crypto right from Brave Browser’s launch and new tab windows.’ COINDESK
Your Guide to trading SPX500, EURUSD, and Gold
‘The current SPX500 structure indicates that the market is now moving in a fast and rapid bearish trend, the formation of which began after the end of a significant 10-year bullish trend.’ FXSTREET
To Solve Ventilator Shortage, U.K. Government is Turning to Thousands of Inventors
‘A British team of academics, engineers and doctors has created a prototype of a ventilator made from off-the-shelf parts that could help to treat coronavirus patients’ MARKET WATCH
Coronavirus Lies are Going Viral. It’s Essential We All Fight Back
‘There’s a coronavirus infodemic raging on social media. But there’s also a way out’ WIRED....
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Astrophysicist Gets Magnets Stuck up Nose While Inventing Coronavirus Device
‘An Australian astrophysicist has been admitted to hospital after getting four magnets stuck up his nose in an attempt to invent a device that stops people touching their faces during the coronavirus outbreak.’ THE GUARDIAN
WHAT WE'RE WATCHING
For all those stuck at home and pulling their hair out, we’re starting a weekly film club with the best trading movies to help you through your boredom. This week we’re watching Margin Call, although, this movie could be a little too on-the-nose for the current climate…
WHAT WE'RE LISTENING TO
Stephanomics Podcast: How the Coronavirus Has Broken the Global Economy
'In a matter of weeks the Covid-19 virus has turned the world upside down. In the start of a new season of Stephanomics, James Mayger and Zhu Lin report from China - the original epicenter of the virus – on how truck drivers there are trying to get back to normal.' BLOOMBERG
Dancing in the Street - Martha Reeves & The Vandellas
Let's live vicariously through Martha...