Upcoming events and webinars
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.
Whether you’re an active trader or long-term investor, technical analysis can help you find trade inspiration or reaffirm your own trade ideas and analysis. In our regular Technical Analysis Updates, Saxo’s Technical Analyst, Kim Cramer Larsson, demonstrates how you can use technical analysis to spot opportunities in today’s global markets.
Want to keep up with the latest FX developments? Join our Head of FX Strategy, John Hardy, for his regular FX Updates, as he looks at what’s happening with all major currency pairs such as EURUSD and USDJPY and discusses how they might be impacted by global market-moving events and how you can seize FX trading opportunities.
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.
Nowhere has the recent vaccine news from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna had a bigger positive impact than on the energy sector. The potential for vaccines being rolled out in the new year, thereby driving a recovery in global fuel demand, was received very positively by the market. Adding to this the so called rotation out of momentum into more traditional value stocks - such as energy - the foundation for renewed investor interest has emerged. But with that there has also been a divergence in the performance between supply/demand dependent crude oil and forward looking equities on energy companies.
In this webinar we will discuss:
- The supply & demand backdrop for Energy
- Backwardation in the futures market and what this means
- The impact on oil demand from more flexible work hours and the transition to electric vehicles
- If the decade long underperformance of the Energy sector may be coming to an end
- Outlook and potential investment opportunities for 2021
The presentation will last approximately 1hr including Q&A.
Each year, Saxo looks ahead and boldly makes ‘10 Outrageous Predictions’ for the coming year. And now, our fearless experts are back to unveil their 10 Outrageous Predictions for 2021.
Want to know what they think might happen in 2021? Join our webinar and you’ll hear how:
• Silver might double in price
• Amazon could relocate its HQ to Cyprus – and buy the entire country
• Zombie companies may start to fall
Some of our forecasts might come to pass, some might not – but they’re all guaranteed to give you a new perspective on the markets and make you think outside the box.
Inflation is often associated with emerging economies or catastrophic events. Not entirely surprising, given the last time the UK had significant inflation was during the 1970-80s.
However when as much liquidity is pumped into the global economy as we see now, there are two natural results: asset bubbles, and inflationary pressure.
We’re all more familiar with asset bubbles, such as the DotCom and U.S. real estate bubbles. But with inflation on the rise now is the time to remind ourselves how it can impact us, and how to prepare.
Join Saxo’s world-renowned Chief Economist Steen Jakobsen, and CEO of Saxo Markets UK, Charles White-Thomson, for this lunchtime webinar. They will reveal why inflation is on the rise across major economies, what an inflationary environment means for markets, and how to combat inflationary pressure on your investments.
The webinar will end with a Q&A session for a rare opportunity to put questions to Steen and Charlie.
Nasdaq Dorsey Wright has a long history of using momentum to undercover key trends and leaders in the global financial markets. John Lewis, CMT, the Senior Portfolio Manager at Nasdaq Dorsey Wright, will share which regions of the world and sectors of the global economy are leading in the recovery from this global pandemic and which are lagging behind.
He will share insights from his research that highlight ways that investors can look to capitalize in their own investments. He will also provide some review and outlook for the Nasdaq Global Momentum Portfolio which is available on the Saxo Select Platform.