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Roberto d'Ambrosio

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Roberto d'Ambrosio

Roberto was born on the 12th of May, 1969, in the town of Francavilla Fontana in Brindisi, Italy. He holds a degree in Corporate Law Services, a diploma in Financial Services, and he is an expert in financial services risk management, holding a diploma in Risk Management in Financial Services (MITC) and the European FERMA RIMAP Risk Management Certification. He is also an EMBA candidate at the University of Reading's Henley Business School. Roberto has over 15 years' experience in Financial Services starting as a proprietary trader. He is a hedge fund manager and an algorithmic trading specialist, and before holding senior management positions in Forex brokerage companies, served as an institutional adviser to hedge funds and mutual funds. Member of Rotary International.

With Alpari since 2015.

Personal interests: tennis, swimming, windsurfing, music.

Analyst's publications

10 December 2018

Market sessions

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US stocks spend a week deep in the red as bonds send a warning sign on future of US economy

A week deep in the red for US markets, new pressure on China following Huawei CFO's arrest in Canada, and bonds send a warning sign on the future path of the US economy.

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05 December 2018

Market sessions

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US stocks rebounded sharply last week, opening with a gap on Monday over G20 news and US-China tariff war ceasefire

Last week we mentioned a few fundamental and technical reasons for a rebound of the US stocks, describing two long trades on the S&P500 and the NASDAQ indexes. That was a great call indeed as the US stock market made a great come back with the DJIA gaining 5.2% at 25538, the SP500 closing at 2760, a +4.8% on the previous week’s close, and the NASDAQ gained 5.6% closing at 7331.

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27 November 2018

Securities

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Thanksgiving week was not a good one for US stocks

Thanksgiving week was not a good one for US stocks. Bad PMI data in Germany weighed down on the euro and European equities. Time for a rebound?

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06 November 2018

Market sessions

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US stock markets rebound to test important technical levels on possible trade deal with China and positive corporate earnings

As we expected and shared with you in our weekly update last week, the US stock market rebounded and ended the week in positive territory.

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30 October 2018

Market sessions

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US stock markets have pared all their gains since the start of 2018 in a deep selloff, but the bounce before the end of Friday’s session may prompt some relief

Our bearish view is now fully confirmed: the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed the week below 25k, at 24,688, losing 3%, the S&P500 at 2,659, or -3.9% and the NASDAQ at 7,167, or -3.8%. All indices are below their 200-day simple moving averages and desperately trying to hold on to them. The selloff continued into mid-session on Friday as the major indices shed more than 1%, but again good corporate and GDP data provided some relief.

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