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Challenge the code | Swissquote

69 266 views | 30 Oct. 2019

The world is ruled by

The world is ruled by codes. But if you want to create opportunities, you need to challenge all of these:

https://www.swissquote.com/challengethecode

The full manifesto:

The world is ruled by codes.

How to talk, laugh, dress or be,

and even about how to code.

But if you want to create opportunities,

you need to challenge all of these.

The code says "leave banking to bankers".

We challenge that.

Our bank was founded by outsiders:

engineers thinking outside the bank,

not here to protect a legacy,

but to solve issues the others couldn’t see.

The code says "bankers need suits".

We challenge that.

We wear what suits us best.

What suits us is to think,

manage, dare and invest.

And it turns out ties reduce the blood flow to your brain.

The code says "do what everyone has done before".

We challenge that.

We work hard to be different,

otherwise, you’ll be indifferent.

The code says "only pros can invest".

We challenge that.

We free you of the heavy fees,

teach you the tricks of the business.

We simplify buying, selling, and make you sharp,

so you can focus on opportunities.

The code says "online banks are shaky".

We challenge that.

We offer rock-solid Swiss stability,

so you can rock with your money.

The code says "banks don’t care".

We challenge that.

We love numbers,

but we don’t treat anyone like one.

We become strong by making our clients stronger,

and that’s why: we challenge the code.

#challengethecode #swissquote #fintech

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Swissquote eBanking: Your complete banking environment | Swissquote

3 203 views | 18 Oct. 2018

With all your accounts

With all your accounts centralised, you can manage your assets faster and more conveniently!

eBanking enables you to access your favorite platforms in one click, to link your accounts and to receive all your official documents within one interface.

Discover eBanking: https://en.swissquote.com/promotion/ebanking

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Learn to trade - 2. Order types | Swissquote

5 656 views | 1 Feb. 2019

In this video, we would

In this video, we would like to introduce you to the various order options. When trading our products, different types of orders are available, including:

• Market

• Limit

• Stop

• Stop limit

• Trailing Stop and

• One cancels the other

You use the Market Order to buy or sell at what is currently the best possible price. So let’s say you want to open or close a position right away. Since the order is carried out at the next possible price, you don’t need to include any validity period.

If you have decided on a limit order, you will want to buy at a maximum price or sell at a minimum price. Use this type of order whenever you expect the price to move to a certain level at which you can enter at an attractive price or make a profitable exit. The validity period will indicate how long the order is meant to be active for.

Use the stop order to indicate that you won’t buy or sell until a predetermined price level has been reached. This type of order primarily serves to hedge any losses. However, you may also place a stop order to secure your profits. Once the predetermined price level has been reached, the stop order will turn into a market order.

An additional combination would be the stop-limit order where, besides the stop price, you will indicate a minimum or maximum price at which the order should be executed.

If you would like to continue securing a profitable position on a step-by-step basis, a trailing stop will be a good choice. This means that you will specify the percentage distance or currency amount which the stop should automatically follow. Once the price reaches the trailing stop, the order will turn into a market order. However, you may also enter the trailing stop along with a limit, in which case the order will turn into a limit order.

If you intend to limit your downside risk with a stop and, on the upside, to achieve profits up to a certain limit, then the innovative one-cancels-the-other order (OCO) will help you do just that. As the name suggests, one order cancels the other. So once the stop has been reached, the profit limit will be cancelled and vice versa.

#newtrader #tradingeducation #investing

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