Germoney: This is how Germany acts and invests

    The stock exchange…

    Whoever hears this vocabulary for the very first time may be impressed. This podcast episode is aimed at beginners who are dealing with the stock market and co for the first time.
    Let’s get the basics straight! And above all: let’s take an honest, realistic look at the possibilities, chances and risks. The expert today: day trader and analyst Jens Klatt. Together with the host of XTB, Jens Chrzanowski.

    Topics include:

    • What is the stock exchange?
    • How much capital should I have to start in the financial markets?
    • Realistic profits and realistic risk of loss when trading and investing
    • Which broker is the right one? Broker selection
    • Limit losses: from stop loss and risk management

    Episode 2: Don’t be afraid of the stock market – stock market knowledge for beginners

    Money, trading and investing

    We talk about stock market, day trading, stocks, CFD and brokers. We don’t stop at DAX, DOW, Wall Street and Short Selling. GerMONEY, your money never sleeps.

    The “big” trading session is over from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m German time. Many other brokers offer low spread only from 09:00 to 17:30 – XTB offers the consistently low spread during BIG trading hours. Experience the XTB Advantage.


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