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ММВБ -- светофор зеленый.
Несколько дней назад индикатор индекса ММВБ находился в опасной зоне, но к концу месяца исправился и увереннно закрепился вверху. Поэтому, если завтра не произойдет ничего экстраординарного, то картина не изменится и на российском рынке, в отличии от американского, по прежнему, будет гореть зеленый свет для инвестирования в акции. :)


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А это по индикатору торговля?

Оанда разослали письма сегодня... . И это на фоне снижения рынков... Задумался... Ведь не просто так они их шлют, может клиенты занервничал и и стали деньги выводить?
Знаю, что некоторые читатели Юрия Ивановича тоже пользуются Оандой, просьба высказать свое мнение.

OANDA Europe Limited (OEL) holds client money in accordance with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) client money rules. These rules include that your money be held in segregated bank accounts (an independent trust) at regulated banks. Also, that your money is ring-fenced from creditors in the unlikely event that OEL goes into liquidation. Further, that OEL doesn’t use your money for business activities, including for hedging trades with other counterparties (or as margin for its own hedging trades). In summation OEL holds client money in accordance with its authorisation and regulation by the FCA.

Client Money for OEL is defined as 'Closing NAV' which is equal to your balance plus your unrealized profit or loss from all open positions calculated using the current bid or ask rates. The Net Asset Value, balance and unrealised profit or loss are listed on the statement provided on a monthly basis for v20 accounts.

A few frequently asked questions that can help you understand how OEL holds client money:

How does OEL hold my money and my assets?
Unlike banks, investment firms like OEL is required to separate client money from their own resources. This means that it is not allowed to use them in the course of its business activities, and that client money is completely ring-fenced and protected in the unlikely event that OEL becomes insolvent. OEL is authorised and regulated by the FCA. The FCA have strict regulatory requirements, known as the client money and client assets rules (found in the Client Assets Sourcebook – CASS), which govern exactly what it can do and how it must do it.

What happens to the money I deposit with OEL?
Your money is held in segregated bank accounts under trustee arrangements. This ensures that the cash remains yours, rather than OEL’s. It also means that it’s easily identifiable as client money, so OEL and its creditors don’t have any charge, liens, or rights of set-off or retention over it. We have a number of segregated bank accounts at a range of credit-worthy high street banks such as HSBC Bank plc and The Royal Bank of Scotland plc. We intentionally ensure that client money is split between a number of banks, and we’re not permitted to hold it all in one place.

What happens to my money if OEL goes into liquidation?
In the unlikely event of OEL going into liquidation all our clients would have their share of the segregated money returned minus the administrators’ costs in handling and distributing these funds. Any shortfall of funds of up to £50,000 may be compensated for under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). The FSCS is the compensation fund of last resort for eligible customers of authorised financial services firms. It is designed by the UK government to act as a ‘safety net’, and covers eligible clients of a financial services firm which becomes insolvent.

What happens to my money if one of the banks OEL uses to hold client money goes into liquidation?
The losses would be shared by clients in proportion to the share of money held with the failed bank. Funds lost in this way may be compensated for under the FSCS up to a limit of £85,000 per person, per institution, subject to other balances held with the bank in question. Find out more about what the FSCS covers and who is eligible to claim at their website www.fscs.org.uk

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