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Contents IndexTrader | Issue 3 | July 2012 TRADER TALK 2-8 the latest news, diary dates, views and statistics COMPANIES 10-11 Scorn in the USA Joe McGrath asks whether the S&P 500 is now inevitably on a descent from its recent highs 13 The pain in Spain Now the second wave of Spanish bank stress testing has been delayed until September, Joe McGrath asks whether traders should avoid the market altogether 14-15 Achtung maybe Rob Langston investigates why traders are turning to Germany’s blue chip index ECONOMIST 16 Absorbing the Greeks John Redwood explains what to expect in the weeks ahead WEALTH 18-20 Tools of the trade Charlie Thomas investigates how the man on the street can save more efficiently CURRENCIES 22-25 Waltzing a yielder Elizabeth Pfeuti asks whether contagion from China is likely to continue to weigh heavily on the the Aussie Dollar FEATURES 27 Take it as read Alessio Rastani explains the 2 | IndexTrader | July 2012 most basic of contrarian trading principles – the ‘Stupid Test’ 40 Not invincible Stephanie Kretz offers a different take on Germany’s financial strength and its eurozone ‘responsibilities’ ECONOMICS 28 An Indian summer With India struggling to juggle its priorities, James Redgrave considers the impact of a rumoured cap on fuel subsidies coupled with inflationary worries BLOW YOUR BONUS 30-33 Kevin Rose identifies some treats for the budding audiophile COMMODITIES 34-35 Big trouble in brittle China With China having to slash interest rates last month and data for manufacturing and industrials continuing to disappoint, Joe McGrath smells an opportunity for brave traders 37 A volatile future Jennifer Lowe asks whether exchange-traded notes necessarily offer the best approach TECHNOLOGY 38-39 Five favoured forums Readers’ trading websites of choice THE PIT Level Guide BEGINNER Suitable for individuals that are completely new to trading INTERMEDIATE Suitable for individuals with some trading knowledge EXPERT Suitable only for individuals with significant trading experience ALL Suitable for all 48 IndexTrader’s gossip page www.index-trader.co.uk IndexTrader:
James Redgrave considers the forthcoming obstacles in Europe BLOW YOUR BONUS 28-31 Kevin Rose identifies some great ideas for that not-so-little treat COMMODITIES 37 Pricey ambitions With an embargo on Iranian Oil from both the US, South Korea and the European Union due to commence on 1 July, Joe McGrath asks how will this affect prices 39 Shale and pace Jennifer Lowe investigates the significance of shale gas production on shares and asks how traders should play this tricky sub-sector TECHNOLOGY 40 The way to the forum Can a lot be gained from online forums or should traders steer well clear?