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TA: Bodem in de maak

Column door: Bas Heijink

Technisch analist Bas Heijink schrijft iedere dag een update over de AEX. Senior Technisch Analist Bas Heijink houdt zich binnen de ING Investment Office van ING Bank bezig met Technische Analyse. Heijink let vooral op de kansen die hij ziet in de markt om op korte termijn een goed absoluut rendement te behalen. H...

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  1. Go with the flow 18 mei 2014 21:04
    Afgelopen week zijn longgangers en shortvrienden leeggeschud, de komende week start dan de echte opmars richting de 409 en dan door naar 420. Oekraïne speelt helemaal geen rol meer en lichtpuntjes worden aangegrepen om omhoog te gaan, de huidige positie is technisch gezien een hogere bodem, morgen direct opveren richting de 404.
  2. [verwijderd] 18 mei 2014 21:51


    De kapitaalronde zou een persoonlijke nederlaag zijn voor CEO Anshu Jain. Die hield lange tijd vol dat Deutsche Bank haar kapitaalbuffers 'organisch' zou kunnen versterken, door de balans in te krimpen en winst in te houden in plaats van uit te keren.

    Maar steeds volgens Handelsblatt wil Jain nu zo snel mogelijk geld ophalen. Ten eerste lijkt de bank stilaan genoeg te hebben van de jarenlang 'krimpmodus' en zou ze vooral in de VS weer op het groeipad willen. Ten tweede zou het later dit jaar wel eens dringen kunnen worden, als meer banken in de aanloop naar de geplande alomvattende stresstest van de Europese Centrale Bank ('asset quality review') snel nog wat vers kapitaal willen bijtanken.

    Qatar toonde in het verleden dat het land zijn vele via de gasuitvoer binnenstromende petrodollars graag in banken recycleert: de Golfstaat is met 11 procent sinds 2008 de grootste aandeelhouder van het Britse Barclays en heeft ook belangen in Credit Suisse, Bank of America en de Chinese AgBank.

     

  3. ß 18 mei 2014 21:52
    Pal

    Het wachten is op uw reactie ....
    Alvast van harte gefeliciteerd!
    Heel erg knap gedaan.
    En dat allemaal in een tijdbestek van 1 jaar 7 maanden en 2 weken!
    Dat doet in ieder geval niemand hier jou na!

    Steek die maar in je zak, man.
    Dat het aantal aanbevelingen van 61 nu maar snel moge verdubbelen!

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    3000!

    Of nu voorgoed vertrekken. Dat natuurlijk is ook een optie ...

    :-)
  4. relpinda 18 mei 2014 22:22
    quote:

    ß schreef op 18 mei 2014 21:52:


    Pal

    Het wachten is op uw reactie ....
    Alvast van harte gefeliciteerd!
    Heel erg knap gedaan.
    En dat allemaal in een tijdbestek van 1 jaar 7 maanden en 2 weken!
    Dat doet in ieder geval niemand hier jou na!

    Steek die maar in je zak, man.
    Dat het aantal aanbevelingen van 61 nu maar snel moge verdubbelen!

    3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000
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    3000!

    Of nu voorgoed vertrekken. Dat natuurlijk is ook een optie ...

    :-)



    Het is het stereotypie v.e. multimiljonair. Zelf maar ooit 1 AB gegeven te hebben in al die jaren frmlid, in al die jaren er slecht 61 te hebben ontvangen en 3000 postings! Zo zijn er wel nog meer kenmerken.
    Goodluck!

    Matthias/Joost een AB verdient op je posting. Als dit geruzie komende week aanhoudt zal ik IEX hierover verzoeken. De meeste frmldn storen zich hier mateloos aan.

    Niemand is ook maar ooit verplicht zijn/haar posities te melden. Het kan reuze leuk zijn als een goede belegger dat zou willen doen opdat meerdere frmldn dat zouden kunnen nadoen. Maar niets is verplicht. En dit geharrewar leidt helemaal tot niets. Deze frmldn moeten m.i. hier mee stoppen.

    Nog een gezellige avond een ieder.
    mvrgr. :)
  5. [verwijderd] 18 mei 2014 22:25
    Hier misschien de kapitaalsverhoging van Deutsche Bank:

    From Rothschild To Koch Industries: People Who "Fix" The Price Of Gold
    Earlier today many were stunned when the historic, 117-year old, London Silver Fix announced that in three months it would no longer exist. However, silver is only one half of the world's two best known precious metals. Which is why we decided to take a long, hard look at that other fix: gold. The reason for this particular inquiry is because in the aftermath of the rapid and dramatic departure of the world's largest bank by outstanding notional derivatives, and Europe's biggest bank by any metric, Deutsche Bank, from the precious metal fix, something felt out of place: almost as if the participants of the "fixing" process which for so many years took place in the office of none other than Rothschild on St. Swithin's Lane in London, were suddenly scrambling to disappear without a trace. In conducting our research we hope to not only memorialize just who are these particular individuals who "fix" gold using nothing but publicly available information of course, because after all it is not as if they have anything to hide or fear, but to connect some of the very peculiar dots behind the scenes of what to some, is the original, and most manipulated market in history, that of gold. First, as has been reported previously, when Deutsche departs, this will leave only four gold fix members, namely, Barclays, HSBC, Société Générale (SocGen) and Scotiabank, and since only two silver fixing entities remained, HSBC and Scotiabank, the traditional silver price discovery mechanism was shuttered. www.reuters.com/4296
    The Fixings are conducted twice daily at 10:30 am and 3 pm London time and are used widely by all participants in the precious metals industry for benchmarking prices and valuations and also as trading price reference points. The gold and silver fixings are organised through UK limited liability companies of which the member investment bank traders are directors. Before the resignation of Deutsche Bank, there were five directors and five alternate directors of "The London Gold Market Fixing Limited" and three directors and three alternate directors of "The London Silver Market Fixing Limited." Earlier this year on 16th January, German financial regulator BaFin stated that possible manipulation of currency and precious metals markets could be more serious than the manipulation that has already been proven in the Libor rigging scandal. On the very next day, January 17th, Deutsche Bank announced that it was withdrawing from both the gold and silver fixings in what it called "a scaling back of its commodities business." Needless to say, in aftermath of the termination of the silver fix, and now that there are significant regulatory and litigation spotlights on the Fixings, and one major member exiting, some are wondering: will the demise of the Silver Fixing undermine the rationale for retaining the Gold Fixing? And what will replace it. We don't have the answer. What we do know is that using public records such as the British Companies House database and other public databases, one can find not only all the available information on the London Gold Market Fixing Limited company before it too disappears into thin air, but to get a sense of the kind of people it employs. www.reuters.com/7425
    *) Below is the full list of 10 most recent directors and backups of the Gold Fixing: www.scribd.com/2118
    Which leaves us with the two most interesting and curious individuals: the "fixers" from Deutsche Bank, which as was reported previously, is no longer a member of the gold fix company courtesy of BaFin's accelerated procedure to reign in the German bank. What follows next is an intricate timeline journey into the gold fixing rabbit hole, where we find some very suspicious and unreported issues about Deutsche Bank's departure from the Gold and Silver Fixings, namely Matthew Keen's sudden resignation and departure in January after BaFin's statements, followed by the resignation of Kevin Rodgers. Why did Keen resign? Secondly, Deutsche quietly stopped contributing to GOFO as early as February or March.
    1. On Friday January 17th, Deutsche announces that its quitting the gold and silver fixings. On Monday 20th January, Matthew Keen, Deutsche's head of precious metals, resigns from the London gold and silver fixings companies and is replaced by Kevin Rodgers, Deutsche's global head of FX. Matt Keen then departs fully from Deutsche Bank in January, and starts a new job for Jefferies in April. Deutsche Bank then announces on 28th April that Kevin Rodgers is resigning from Deutsche Bank, the day before it announces that it can't sell its two seats on the gold and silver panels and that it is resigning. The resignation of Matthew Keen has not been reported anywhere it seems.
    2. Sometime in March at the latest, Deutsche Bank quits being an LBMA forward market maker, and stops contributing to GOFO rates and forward curve data. This also appears to not have been reported previously.
    *) As Reuters reported: A source familiar with the situation told Reuters that Deutsche Bank had postponed its resignation, responding to a specific request from Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). "The other banks may have indicated to the regulator that they were looking to withdraw as well and so to make this an orderly affair Deutsche was asked to postpone the date of resignation," the source said. In other words, just as the Silver Fix is no more, so the Gold Fix will almost certainly be nothing but a memory in a few short months now that the spotlight is shining on its members. But why the sudden scramble to depart and not just by Deutsche but by all other members? (That was rhetorical) Other questions also remain unanswered. www.reuters.com/9361
    *) But perhaps the most curious and surprising finding here is what Bloomberg reported back in November, when it wrote one of the first articles exposing the "Fix" to the mainstream (if not so much the "tinfoil blog" vertical which was well aware of all of this years ago). To wit: London Gold Market Fixing, a company controlled by the five banks that administers the benchmark, has no permanent employees. A call from Bloomberg News was referred to Douglas Beadle, 68, a former Rothschild banker, who acts as a consultant to the company from his home in Caterham, a small commuter town south of London. Beadle declined to comment on the benchmark-setting process. "No permanent employees": extremely convenient when one has to pick up and simply disappear without a trace... www.bloomberg.com/1117
  6. [verwijderd] 18 mei 2014 22:30
    quote:

    relpinda schreef op 18 mei 2014 22:22:


    [...]

    Niemand is ook maar ooit verplicht zijn/haar posities te melden. Het kan reuze leuk zijn als een goede belegger dat zou willen doen opdat meerdere frmldn dat zouden kunnen nadoen. Maar niets is verplicht. En dit geharrewar leidt helemaal tot niets. Deze frmldn moeten m.i. hier mee stoppen.

    Nog een gezellige avond een ieder.
    mvrgr. :)


    AB! :)
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