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Considering crypto for your portfolio

Crypto is on everyone’s radar today. Institutions are buying it, economists recommend having crypto exposure and our CIO Steen Jakobsen’s 100 year model portfolio includes Bitcoin as a key constituent. Is it time to consider adding crypto to your investment portfolio?

Join us for a special webinar as we decrypt crypto for today’s investors. We’ll take a closer look at popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, the current market sentiment and how you can trade crypto smartly, without the hassles of wallets or recovery seeds.

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Saxo Markets Australia
Webinar
Considering crypto for your portfolio

Crypto is on everyone’s radar today. Institutions are buying it, economists recommend having crypto exposure and our CIO Steen Jakobsen’s 100 year model portfolio includes Bitcoin as a key constituent. Is it time to consider adding crypto to your investment portfolio?

Join us for a special webinar as we decrypt crypto for today’s investors. We’ll take a closer look at popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, the current market sentiment and how you can trade crypto smartly, without the hassles of wallets or recovery seeds.

Date:
Your time:
Host:
Saxo Markets Australia

Previously recorded webinars

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Commodities Update

Oil, gold and other commodities are always on the move. Stay ahead of the curve with our regular Commodities Update and join Saxo’s Head of Commodity Strategy, Ole Hansen, as he explores how fundamentals, geopolitics and other factors can influence commodity prices and looks at the latest market opportunities for traders and investors.

Q2 2021 Quarterly Outlook – from local to global

Join our Group CIO Steen Jakobsen and Australia Senior Market Strategist Eleanor Creagh as they present their cross-asset views as featured in our new Q2 2021 Quarterly Outlook.

Since the pandemic, the big change in economics and politics has been that we have transitioned to an era of fiscal stimulus forever. The new mantra is to print and spend as much money as possible, but the law of unintended consequences means that the world is now short of everything it needs. Join our SaxoStrats and get close look at:

The ASX and the global outlook
The need for inflation resilient investment portfolios
Why inflation may be set for a comeback
Rising input costs and the challenge to equities

After the presentation, you’ll also be able to join a lively Q&A session and get the investing insights you need for Q2, right from our experts.

Inflation – and why it matters

Is inflation about to make a comeback? Early warning signs are already flashing. Join our Chief Investment Officer, Steen Jakobsen, for a special webinar as he looks at inflation and why it matters to you – and your portfolio.

Steen will discuss how inflation’s return could impact global markets, the role asset allocation can play in safeguarding your investments and take a closer look at his inflation-protected 100-year model portfolio.

Host:
Saxo Bank Head of Commodity Strategy Ole Hansen
Host:
Steen Jakobsen – CIO and Chief Economist and Eleanor Creagh- Australia Senior Strategist
Host:
Steen Jakobsen, Chief Investment Officer
Know your edge - How ASIC regulation opens up opportunities

There will be more protection for retail clients according to ASIC's Product Intervention Power. From 29 March 2021, traders can enjoy more transparency and protection. Join the webinar to understand your edge and how to use leverage products to your advantage.

  • What are the changes by ASIC?
  • How are your investments protected?
  • What are the investment opportunities ahead

Quarterly Outlook Q1 2021 – Australia access

Jointly presented by Saxo’s Chief Economist Steen Jakobsen, Head of Commodity Strategy Ole Hansen, and our own Australia Senior Market Strategist Eleanor Creagh, this webinar covers the highlights of Quarterly Outlook Q1 with a focus on Australia:

  • What is the inflation outlook and portfolio allocation
  • What are the commodities to watch out for
  • How to gain exposure on Commodities, Cryptos

Q1 2021 Quarterly Outlook

Join our strategy team as they present their cross-asset views as featured in our new Q1 2021 Quarterly Outlook.

In the past 227 years of recorded market prices, the world has witnessed a mere six commodity bull markets. The Saxo Strats team fully expects 2021 to mark the beginning of the seventh. A commodity bull market is part and parcel of a new secular inflationary regime, a development few investors alive recall during their professional careers, as the last one ended about forty years ago. Importantly, this could mark a jarring shift away from the present euphoria in asset markets fueled by very negative real rates and the most relaxed monetary policy in history.

Host:
Mike Karpathios - Digital Sales
Host:
Steen Jakobsen - CIO, Ole Hansen - Head of Commodity Strategy, Eleanor Creagh - Austrlia Market Strategist
Host:
SaxoStrats Team
Commodities Update

Oil, gold and other commodities are always on the move. Stay ahead of the curve with our regular Commodities Update and join Saxo’s Head of Commodity Strategy, Ole Hansen, as he explores how fundamentals, geopolitics and other factors can influence commodity prices and looks at the latest market opportunities for traders and investors.

Host:
Saxo Bank Head of Commodity Strategy Ole Hansen
Q2 2021 Quarterly Outlook – from local to global

Join our Group CIO Steen Jakobsen and Australia Senior Market Strategist Eleanor Creagh as they present their cross-asset views as featured in our new Q2 2021 Quarterly Outlook.

Since the pandemic, the big change in economics and politics has been that we have transitioned to an era of fiscal stimulus forever. The new mantra is to print and spend as much money as possible, but the law of unintended consequences means that the world is now short of everything it needs. Join our SaxoStrats and get close look at:

The ASX and the global outlook
The need for inflation resilient investment portfolios
Why inflation may be set for a comeback
Rising input costs and the challenge to equities

After the presentation, you’ll also be able to join a lively Q&A session and get the investing insights you need for Q2, right from our experts.

Host:
Steen Jakobsen – CIO and Chief Economist and Eleanor Creagh- Australia Senior Strategist
Inflation – and why it matters

Is inflation about to make a comeback? Early warning signs are already flashing. Join our Chief Investment Officer, Steen Jakobsen, for a special webinar as he looks at inflation and why it matters to you – and your portfolio.

Steen will discuss how inflation’s return could impact global markets, the role asset allocation can play in safeguarding your investments and take a closer look at his inflation-protected 100-year model portfolio.

Host:
Steen Jakobsen, Chief Investment Officer
Know your edge - How ASIC regulation opens up opportunities

There will be more protection for retail clients according to ASIC's Product Intervention Power. From 29 March 2021, traders can enjoy more transparency and protection. Join the webinar to understand your edge and how to use leverage products to your advantage.

  • What are the changes by ASIC?
  • How are your investments protected?
  • What are the investment opportunities ahead

Host:
Mike Karpathios - Digital Sales
Quarterly Outlook Q1 2021 – Australia access

Jointly presented by Saxo’s Chief Economist Steen Jakobsen, Head of Commodity Strategy Ole Hansen, and our own Australia Senior Market Strategist Eleanor Creagh, this webinar covers the highlights of Quarterly Outlook Q1 with a focus on Australia:

  • What is the inflation outlook and portfolio allocation
  • What are the commodities to watch out for
  • How to gain exposure on Commodities, Cryptos

Host:
Steen Jakobsen - CIO, Ole Hansen - Head of Commodity Strategy, Eleanor Creagh - Austrlia Market Strategist
Q1 2021 Quarterly Outlook

Join our strategy team as they present their cross-asset views as featured in our new Q1 2021 Quarterly Outlook.

In the past 227 years of recorded market prices, the world has witnessed a mere six commodity bull markets. The Saxo Strats team fully expects 2021 to mark the beginning of the seventh. A commodity bull market is part and parcel of a new secular inflationary regime, a development few investors alive recall during their professional careers, as the last one ended about forty years ago. Importantly, this could mark a jarring shift away from the present euphoria in asset markets fueled by very negative real rates and the most relaxed monetary policy in history.

Host:
SaxoStrats Team
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