Investment Risk: Why Headline Trading Is a Mistake – and How to Do It Better

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Investment Risk: Why Headline Trading Is a Mistake – and How to Do It Better

This article is an acquisition from Capital, Capital's premium digital offering. For you as a stern PLUS subscriber, it is available exclusively here for seven days. It will then be available again exclusively for Capital subscribers at www.capital.de/plus

It is a good three kilometers from the Frankfurt Capital office to the Old Stock Exchange, known for the iconic Dax price board that is repeatedly shown on television. The German stock market has long been taking place in the trade tax paradise of Eschborn, but the public perception of the Dax stock index and stocks in general still revolves around the historic building in the city. At Capital, we often experience how quickly local proximity becomes an attribution of competence. Due to the short distance, we are trusted to have an insider tip on almost every stock traded there.

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