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Outrageous Predictions for 2013
Radio Feature 62: Steen Jakobsen in conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
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Since March 2011 Steen Jakobsen is Chief Economist at Saxo Bank. Prior to which he was Chief Investment Officer for Limus Capital Partners. He has more than 20 years of experience within the fields of proprietary trading and alternative investment.

In this feature he shares his Outrageous Predictions for 2013: DAX plunges 33%, Nationalisation of Major Japanese Electronic Companies, Soybeans to rise by 50%, Gold corrects to USD 1,200 per ounce, WTI Crude hits USD50, USDJPY heads to 60.00, Hong Kong unpegs HKD from USD - RE-Pegs to RMB, EURCHF breaks peg, touches 0.9500, Spain takes one step closer to default as interest rates rise to 10%, 30-Year US Yield doubles in 2013!

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Outrageous Predictions for 2013

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  • Q1 - So Steen, what are your predictions for 2013?

    Duration: 03:10 


  • Q2 - On what basis (statistical/model driven) do you arrive at these predictions?

    Duration: 01:55 


  • Q3 - Of your 2012 predictions - how many materialised? What has been your strike rate?

    Duration: 02:43 


  • Q4 - Given the risks on the radar screen what sort of trades should investors be considering and why?

    Duration: 02:20 



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