The Global Investment Newsletter

PVI – The Global Investment Newsletter is aimed at short- to medium-term investors wanting to achieve above-average returns.

Content focus
Our stock market newsletter appears every 14 days, typically covers 2-6 pages and reports on trading ideas for the coming weeks and months in various liquid, globally traded financial instruments, such as stocks, indices, commodity futures, precious metals, bonds and currency pairs. In addition, some longer-term stock recommendations (stock picks) can be included if special opportunities arise.

In order to be able to achieve positive results regardless of the market situation, trading ideas are presented both on the “long” side and on the “short” side.[1] [2]

Customer survey

PVI also conducts customer surveys and offers our readers the possibility to suggest popular stocks and financial instruments which we may include in our newsletter coverage. If the necessary knowledge can be acquired, then trading ideas can be proposed in a timely manner.[3]

Proposed Trading Ideas

For each trading idea, the most important price influencing factors and the risk-reward profile as well as the typical volatility range are briefly explained. Such factors may include for example, supply and demand situation of commodities, strategic market position and balance sheet ratios for individual companies. In addition, the respective relevant macroeconomic market environment, such as interest rates, the money supply growth or the stock market phase are described and a forecast is given how the price of the financial instrument could evolve for the near future. In particular, knowledge about investors psychology and the “sentiment of the market” are included here, as this has a significant influence price development, especially in the short and medium term.

Finally, our readers receive a trading recommendation that they can implement in their own accounts; this includes a weighting proposal, an approximate time horizon, and price targets.

Prime View Insight

[1] Long means profiting from rising prices, short from falling prices. In a short sale, e.g. a stock is borrowed and then sold in the market, expecting to be able to buy it back again later at lower prices.

[2] It is not necessarily aimed to build a “market-neutral portfolio” of “longs” and “shorts”, but every trading idea is independently viewed for its opportunities and risks. With only a few stocks on the rise in some stock market phases (such as a bear market), being able to “go short” can give more opportunities.

[3] FN3 Only financial instruments can be included in which the necessary knowledge can be acquired and price drivers can be examined and which have sufficient trading liquidity. It should also be noted that this does not constitute investment advice, as it is explicitly not addressed to the personal specific situation of the subscriber. Each subscriber may ask his investment adviser prior to his buy and sell decisions. The recommendations in our financial market newsletter merely represent an opinion of the author regarding the future development of the discussed financial instruments. The voting rankings serve only to explore the interests of the readership in order to make the stock market letter interesting.

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