interest rates have remained at an all-time low for years - making traditional investments such as savings or fixed-term deposit accounts unprofitable. If you still want to invest your money profitably, you don't have to give up, because stable returns can still be earned on the stock market today. The Dax, for example, has brought an average annual return of over six percent in recent years. If you want to invest your money well, you should not ask yourself whether you should invest in the stock market but how. Most investment advisors recommend investing in a highly diversified portfolio such as an ETF or a fund, so individual stock defaults have hardly any consequences. That’s the theory. In times of strong corrections in the overall market and in particular during crashes like the one from February / March 2020, however, it was possible to observe how, unfortunately, most very well-known and successful funds have lost a lot of value. Thanks to the globally coordinated measures on the part of the central banks, stocks and thus also these funds have risen again after the crash, but one should absolutely not rely on corrective measures on the part of the central banks in the future.
In my opinion, the strategy of being invested in stocks for years (buy and hold) is no longer up-to-date, as fundamentals are not the only decisive factor for stock valuations. In my opinion, active trading is essential in order to permanently beat the market. However, this requires a proven, strictly rule-based trading strategy. In short: without a trading strategy you are a player in the casino who will lose money in the long term, with a trading strategy however you become a casino operator. So you change the chances in your favor, with which you can achieve good performance in a reproducible manner in the long term. Regardless of rising or falling stock-markets.
I have therefore developed a strategy that has proven itself even in volatile and "irrational" times and is not based on fundamental data that is increasingly losing importance due to the central banks, but rather on technical analysis and stochastics. In contrast to equity investments, my strategy also benefits from falling and even from barely changing prices. This allows significant returns to be achieved.
However, you should absolutely not believe the predicted returns in general, glossy brochures and expensive stock exchange information services can promise you all kinds of things, and they usually owe you proven performance in the end. Therefore, only pay attention to the facts. The performance of my strategy, on the other hand, can be viewed at any time on wikifolio.com and on a number of stock exchange and banking websites (for example here: https://wertpapiere.ing.de/Investieren/Derivat/DE000LS9QJU0 ). Transparency is crucial. Opt for transparency.
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with more than 30 years trading experience in almost all asset classes and with a background in the finance sector of aerospace engineering, where risk management is of paramount importance, in the past years I have successfully specialized myself in so-called inline-warrants and currently trade those with substantial sums of money. The unique feature of inline-warrants is the ability to optimally benefit from rising or falling stock markets, however also from sideways moving stock markets. This allows very successful trading, which has also proven to be very robust, especially in relatively uncertain times and volatile markets. Much more robust than for instance regular stock ownership or even one-dimensional trades geared towards either a rising or falling stock market. The main focus will continue to be on a targeted return of around 30% per year, which will enable the invested capital to be doubled after three years. In response to the frequently asked question as to whether I could also trade for potential investors, while searching for a practicable approach, I came across the wikifolio.com platform, which enables interested investors worldwide to benefit from my trading performance. For more information on the platform, see INDEX CERTIFICATES below, for details on various topics related to my trading strategy, see RETURN, GLOBAL INLINE WARRANT SELECTION, SECURITY and STRATEGY, and an explanation on how inline warrants work under INLINE-WARRANTS.
Wikifolio.com in general is a social trading platform that allows traders to publish their trading strategies free of charge through a notional reference portfolio called a wikifolio. Potential investors have the opportunity to directly benefit from the know-how of those traders and can invest in the index certificates issued by Lang & Schwarz AG, which exactly mirrors those wikifolios. The minimum deposit is the purchase price of a single certificate in Euro. According to wikifolio.com the index certificates are collateralized, which means that losses from a general issuer risk associated with certificate investments are largely hedged. You do not need to register at wikifolio.com. The wikifolio.com platform is based in Austria and Germany, and is thus subject to the accordingly strict laws of these countries.
As simple as buying stocks you are able to buy my wikifolio index certificates directly through an excellent and free German online broker such as ViTrade using the according ISIN (= International Securities Identification Number) and can be traded at the stock exchanges in Stuttgart (8:00am-8:00pm CET) or directly through Lang & Schwarz (7:30am-11:00pm CET). The current CET (Central European Time) is displayed at the bottom of the page. Both opening and using an account with ViTrade is completely free of charge, gives you access to all stock exchanges in Germany and to numerous stock exchanges worldwide and the statutory deposit insurance of €100,000 of the German state applies. Opening an account is possible for clients from the EU and even from most countries outside the EU.
Click here to open a free account with ViTrade in the German language, it just takes about 10 minutes (You might use a translator in your browser):
Alternatively, If you wish to open and keep using an account in the English language, please call
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and they walk you through the opening procedure.
Finally, send the printed documents together with a copy of your passport or identity card certified by a bank employee of your bank or a notary to the ViTrade address given in the documents.
My private transactions are published by myself and the rest of my team on the wikifolio.com page. There you can see the entire, actual, current and non manipulable net performance of my wikifolio GLOBAL INLINE WARRANT SELECTION and among other things you can find many other key figures along with information on individual positions as well as my comments and of course the ISIN.
Please click on the following button to get this information (also unregistered) directly on wikifolio.com, but you can also go here for a possible registration:
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The inline-warrants we trade with are so-called exotic options and are regulated by the EU MiFID Directive, are only available at the regulated market, are issued by reputable banks only and have a minimum term of 90 days. These are absolutely not to be confused with the ominous binary options at the unregulated markets that in some cases just expire in minutes. In general, an inline-warrant can primarily benefit from a sideward movement, but also from a small and, in some cases, a greater up or down movement of the underlying asset - i.e. a stock, an index, a commodity or a currency. An inline-warrant always pays out a fixed amount (usually 10 euro) at the end of the term if the price of the underlying asset does not touch or breach the upper or lower knockout levels during the term (for at least 90 days) of that inline-warrant. If, however, one of the KO levels is violated, that inline-warrant expires immediately worthless and investors would thus realize a total loss with that particular position. The maximum return on an inline-warrant is defined by the difference between the repayment price (10 euros) and the purchase price and is therefore already known on investment. In a normal market environment without extreme price fluctuations, time works in favour of the investor. As the remaining term decreases, the probability of profit increases and thus the price of the inline-warrant, provided the underlying asset does not move considerably. Therefore, it makes sense to opt for an inline-warrant of which the underlying asset has a relatively low volatility.
The net performance of my wikifolio is always visible on wikifolio.com and targeted returns are based on past returns on personal investments. Normally, I do not provide return forecasts, but since the return on a single inline-warrant at maximum holding time is already known at the time of purchase, overall portfolio returns can be better predicted. The focus of my wikifolio GLOBAL INLINE WARRANT SELECTION lies on a targeted return of about 30% per year (target range: 20% - 50%) and on minimizing drawdowns with a targeted upper limit of around 30% (in rare cases around 50%), such that long-term stable and sustainable profits may be achieved. In order to realize that, for this purpose I have developed a very sophisticated system, that allows me to find the most suitable inline-warrants quickly and easily, to buy them at a relatively favourable time, to monitor and control the investments (for example, to manage the regular adjustments of take profit and stop loss limits) and finally to sell them at a relatively favourable time as well. The focus lies on reducing the risk of loss (see GLOBAL INLINE WARRANT SELECTION and SECURITY). The stated targeted return of around 30% may be achieved regardless of whether stock prices rise, fall or do not move much at all. So after just three years the value of my wikifolio may be doubled after deduction of all expenses. However, please do consider that all return data are forecasts and are therefore not guaranteed. All information should be considered as information only and should not be construed as investment advice or as a buy recommendation as i am a professional trader and not a licensed investment advisor. On the wikifolio.com platform you will also find some wikifolios that were closed a long time ago. These have only been used for testing purposes for a few months and therefore no investor has suffered losses.
GLOBAL INLINE WARRANT SELECTION
The aim of the wikifolio GLOBAL INLINE WARRANT SELECTION is, in principle, to invest in inline-warrants whose underlying assets are usually stock indices, precious metals, oil and stocks. For security reasons, for example, foreign exchange should not be considered as an underlying asset. With optimal and broad diversification (minimizing the correlation between the underlyings according to Markowitz), inline warrants are to be chosen whose KO levels are relatively far apart. When fully invested, the GLOBAL INLINE WARRANT SELECTION wikifolio typically includes at least two such individual positions. The holding period of the individual positions ranges from a few hours to several months. The inline-warrants are basically to be selected both through technical and fundamental analysis, with particular reference to line charts and quantitative corporate analysis.
Inline warrants can provide a continuous and good return, however the focus should being laid on a considerably reduced risk. Therefore, only inline-warrants will be considered, whose KO levels are relatively far apart and at the same time their current underlying has a low volatility and is relatively far from the two KO levels away (typically at least 15%, often more 20%), depending on the market situation and the underlying. For security reasons, full investment is usually made in not less than two and for the sake of clarity in not more than ten inline-warrants simultaneously. The focus here lies on minimum interim losses (drawdowns) - targeted here is an upper limit of 30% (in rare cases around 50%) and medium returns (target range: 30% - 50%) over a period of 12 months. Daily fluctuation of the entire portfolio of 5% may well occur. However, in the unlikely event that the underlying asset of a certain inline-warrant leaves the corridor I have previously set (of course with due distance from the two KO levels), I have specifically developed a system for inline-warrants, as mentioned in the introduction, with which take profit and stop loss limits can optimally be managed at any time during the investment. In addition, this system allows much better and faster selection of suitable inline-warrants. Issuers are not eager to reveal the mathematical model to determine the pricing of inline-warrants, therefore I have developed a model myself by empirical analysis.
Basically, there are three one-dimensional scenarios to trade inline-warrants:
[A] You keep the inline-warrant until the valuation day and collect the 10 euro. At wikifolio.com, however, you have to sell the inline-warrant shortly before that date, such that the proceeds can be immediately directed into the cash section of the GLOBAL INLINE WARRANT SELECTION and thus be immediately visible again. Interesting are inline-warrants, that are relatively cheap with a mid-sized term (usually between 2 and 12 months) and whose underlying assets have a relatively low volatility.
[B] Another scenario is the use of the short-term movements of the underlying asset. The inline-warrant is bought when the underlying asset is located in the lateral area of the field between upper and lower knockout levels and then the inline-warrant is sold again when its underlying asset approaches the exact middle between the two knockout levels where the price of the inline-warrant reaches its current zenith.
[C] Inline-warrants are also heavily dependent on the volatility of the underlying asset. As the volatility of the underlying asset increases, the price of the inline-warrant drops and in the event of falling volatility of the underlying asset the price of the inline-warrant increases. So the inline-warrant can be bought best at the occurrence of a volatility peak and sold again once the markets calm down again.
In most cases, an inline-warrant is only added to the GLOBAL INLINE WARRANT SELECTION if scenarios [A] and [B] can be traded simultaneously, where [B] is opportunistic. If, in addition, scenario [C] is foreseeable in the course of an intended purchase of an inline-warrant, the purchase will actually be based on scenarios [A], [B] and [C].
Of course, there are many more factors that need to be considered and taken into account accordingly but which I do not reveal here for marketing reasons. For example, the GLOBAL INLINE WARRANT SELECTION has clear buy and sell criteria that I have incorporated into my mathematical model.
Please click on the following button to get all information (also unregistered) directly on wikifolio.com, but you can also go here for a possible registration:
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If you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to chat with me personally, I am at your disposal daily between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. CET (CET: see below). Outside mentioned hours and especially if you have detailed questions, please contact me via the contact form:
Good luck investing!
Stefan Hausen, professional trader
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