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Learn and understand trading strategies and develop your own investment approach. Measure and check your trading results and take advantage of the long-term perspective on risk premiums. We offer information and training programs for beginners, advanced and professionals.

Christian Walter

  • Diploma in business mathematics
  • Head of TradeStation Support Germany (since 2004)
  • Development and programming of automated trading systems
  • Establishment of an international trade office
  • Speaker at financial fairs (topics: successful trading models, etc.)
  • Live trading coach for stock and options trading

Oscar Vogt

  • Law studies at the TU-Dresden
  • Apprenticeship as financial clerk
  • Work Force Manager at the Deutsche Kreditbank
  • Degree in Business Administration Human Resources Management
  • Study Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Support & Sales for TradeStation

Heba Abdelmeguid

  • Bachelor of Science Accounting, University of Alexandria 
  • Professional Certified Market Trader on the Egyptian Stock Exchange
  • Principles of professional technical analysis
  • Customer Support and Account Manager at El Mahrouse  company for securities &stocks
  • Support & Sales TradeStation Global


Zoom (ZM) stocks are rising: Stocks rose 5.5% at the beginning of the week.

Zoom (ZM) stocks are rising: Stocks rose 5.5% at the beginning of the week.

Zoom Video Communications, Inc. was a major catalyst in the last meeting as the company’s shares rose more than 5% on Monday. The move was also due to solid volume, with far more shares changing hands than in a normal meeting. This continues the company’s recent upward trend, as the share price has risen 28.3% in the last month.

This move can be attributed to the growing need for Zoom’s video call services in the midst of the COVID 19 crisis, when people were forced to stay at home and work from home.

How COVID-19 may play a role in reclassifying Uber and Lyft drivers as employees

How COVID-19 may play a role in reclassifying Uber and Lyft drivers as employees

Since the fall, however, COVID-19 emerged, a pandemic virus that infected over 191,127 people around the world and resulted in 7,807 deaths, according to the World Health Organization. As this unfolds, Liss-Riordan will be back in court, asking the judge to grant an emergency preliminary injunction that would bar Uber and Lyft from classifying its drivers as independent contractors and instead reclassify them as W-2 employees. On Thursday, Lyft moved the San Francisco Superior Court case over to federal court, where both emergency preliminary injunction requests will be heard.
Lyft, Inc. (NASAD: LYFT) and Uber Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:UBER) offer drivers sick pay providing they are diagnosed with COVID-19 or a public health agency puts them under quarantine, according to the companies’ blog posts.

The nightmare for Wall Street was liquidity

The nightmare for Wall Street was liquidity

As the novel coronavirus continued to spread this week and became a pandemic, financial markets were in a tailspin, raising concerns again about their ability to function in times of crisis. This is the first major test for the markets since reforms introduced after the financial crisis prevented banks and brokerage firms from providing liquidity during a crisis – in other words, being a buyer and seller for customers when they need it most.
The market dislocation is exacerbating volatility across all assets as investors have difficulty determining what they are actually worth, while the economic outlook is worsening day by day and the actual impact of the virus is still subject to uncertainty.
The evaporation of liquidity was seen in virtually all asset classes, but it was most noticeable in securities that normally serve as a haven and whose prices rise during a turmoil. This led to strange and disturbing movements as traders watched the long-standing cross-market relationships dissolve.