At the end of 2021, Daniel Saurenz announced that 2022 should not be “a fun stock market year”. This prediction should come true. But with hedging and the skilful use of various leverage securities, you could make your portfolio positive even in complicated times. There may be a lot more potential for your portfolio in 2023 if you position yourself correctly now. How to do this is explained in the Online seminar on November 30th the two exchange specialists from Feingold Research.



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    Not only the right shares are the order of the day, but also an understanding of interest rates, the stock market and the psychology of the stock market. An analogy to the years 2008 and 2009 is unmistakable. In the Online seminar on November 30th. As always to the point, useful and with concrete ideas for action.



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    Sebastian Bleser from Hypovereinsbank also has tailor-made financial products for you with which you can implement or supplement the tips from the two stock market experts. Don’t do that Online seminar on November 30th so don’t miss out if you don’t want to miss out on the opportunities that 2023 could offer you as an investor!


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    Your experts in the online seminar


    Your expert in the webinar

    Sebastian Bleser gained initial experience in the derivatives industry in 2000 during internships in the trading rooms of the major French bank Société Générale in Paris and in 2002 at Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt. The business administration graduate from Münster (Westphalia) then started as a specialist for structured financial products at Société Générale in Frankfurt before moving to UniCredit in Munich in 2011. Today, in the position of director in the Corporate & Investment Banking department of UniCredit, he oversees the certificates and leverage products business in Germany under the HypoVereinsbank onemarkets brand.


    Daniel Saurenz of Feingold Research

    Daniel Saurenz is a business graduate with a degree from the University of Mainz. His main areas of study were finance, taxes, auditing and marketing. He has been active on the stock exchange since 1998 and has been a business journalist since 2006. Saurenz is one of the co-founders of the investment portal Feingold Research (feingold-research.com).


    Nicholas Saurenz

    Nicholas Saurenz has been part of the Feingold Research team since the beginning and, together with Daniel Saurenz, has been responsible for Feingold Research’s stock exchange service for the fifth year, in which investors receive comprehensive information about the stock markets on a daily basis and receive corresponding investment and trading ideas. Nicolas is particularly concerned with developments on the US markets, technology stocks, future technologies, but also cryptocurrencies.

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