It is difficult to make up my mind about FLOW.Continue reading “Flow Traders Q2 and CMD”
This time the most interesting content I stumbled over includes:Continue reading “Food for Thought #46 // Links🔗”
Recently, I read (and re-read) several books and other content about our biases and how these affect our investing decisions (mostly negatively). Over-confidence is one of the very common biases. My learnings about biases motivated me to revisit my Flow Traders analysis …Continue reading “Flow Traders revisited (FLOW NA), May 2021”
I follow Flow Traders for some years but only bought shares late last year – unfortunately after the pandemic-iduced market crash. I like the company and it is one of my medium sized positions (currently seventh biggest). I took another look at flow but did not buy more shares, so far …Continue reading “Flow Traders (FLOW NA), April 2021”
This time the most interesting content I stumbled over includes: Trust, more ETF saving plans , shorting Tesla, investment philosophy, stories, FLOW NA, TBX, BOL, VIV, UMG, …Continue reading “Food for Thought #29 // Links🔗”
Below you find the most interesting investment-related content and thought-provoking articels I stumbled about in the recent past. Enjoy reads about: investment vehicles, China, 100 baggers, Goldman Sachs, 1MDB, Gilead, Intel, SES, Flow Traders, SPACs, … (this one got
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Flow Traders N.V. is a leading global technology-enabled liquidity provider, specialized in Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) that massively profits from the ongoing trend to passive investments (read more in my prior post). As such, it could benefit tremendously in the years and decades to come leveraging its technology and its growing global presence. This post will analyse Flow Traders potential in more detail …Continue reading “What is Flow Traders’ potential as it is successfully riding the ETF investment trend?”
Currently, there are countless news headlines regarding as well as bloggers posting their thoughts about the corona virus, related economic fallout and financial market (over)reactions. Here are my trivial thoughts on the topic and ideas how to take advantage of lower share prices.
I recently started my first monthly ETF savings plan (finally!) in January 2020 and it appears that I was rather late compared to millions of other ETF investors. Since more and more private investors are using ETFs as a cheap, effective and very diversified solution to capture broad equity* exposure globally, I wanted to research some investment ideas reaping benefits from this ongoing trend.