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Here at Day Trading Academy (DTA), we provide unrivaled analysis of the global investment markets and potential opportunities. We use these same skills to invest and trade our own money into the markets.  Our Master Traders and superior experience in the markets of over 50 years sets us apart in a crowded industry.

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Denmark: Ground Zero For The Failure Of Negative Interest Rates In Europe

Denmark: Ground Zero For The Failure Of  Negative Interest Rates In Europe

Denmark was the first country to begin the experimentation with negative interest rates back in July of 2012. The Danish central bank applied a negative rate for deposits that banks would place with them. The objective at the time was to defend their currency against the Euro. Both Denmark and Switzerland would later resort to […]

Ireland: Growth With A Divided Government And No Real Alternative To Austerity

Ireland: Growth With A Divided Government And No Real Alternative To Austerity

As a further harbinger of events to come in Europe, the voters of Ireland left the conservative leaning party Fine Gael with the largest representation in Parliament. The problem is the election took place in February and the country has been without a real government since. This situation is the result of an electorate that […]

Weekly Market Review & Target Fills April Week 5

Weekly Market Review & Target Fills April Week 5

The week began with global equities and markets almost all down. This was the result of a number of factors that included the fall in German business sentiment in Europe and the growing fear of corporate defaults in China. Investors were also looking to see what the central banks in Japan and the United States […]

United Kingdom: Weighing The Cost of A Brexit

United Kingdom: Weighing The Cost of A Brexit

The national referendum on June 23 will decide the direction of the United Kingdom in the 21st century. It is one of the most important determinations, the electorate will make in their life times. The decision is rather simple, will the country remain as part of the European Union (EU) or will the United Kingdom […]

Weekly Market Review & Target Fills April Week 4

Weekly Market Review & Target Fills April Week 4

At the beginning of the week, shares on equity markets on a global scale headed down. This was the result of the news that the 15 largest exporters of oil both in and outside of OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries), failed to reach an agreement in Doha, Qatar over the past weekend. Together, […]

Economies Of Southeast Asia Facing Slower Growth

Economies Of Southeast Asia Facing Slower Growth

If the 11 countries of Southeast Asia comprised one country, it would rank between the eight and ninth largest economy globally. It would also be the most dependent on trade, with a trade to GDP (Gross Domestic Product) ratio in excess of 150%. Over the past decade taken as a whole, the region has averaged […]

How Elections In Peru Could Change The Direction Of the Economy

How Elections In Peru Could Change The Direction Of the Economy

The elections in Peru on April 10, resulted in no single candidate gaining more than half of the popular vote. This is what is required in order to prevent a run off. The two top presidential contenders were together able to garner 61% of the vote. Keiko Fujimori, the conservative daughter of a jailed former […]

Weekly Market Review & Target Fills April Week 3

Weekly Market Review & Target Fills April Week 3

Global equities moved higher earlier this week on the trade and economic news from China, but stagnated on both Thursday and Friday for investors. Six of the world’s central banks have already moved forward with negative interest rates. The most notable ones are the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of Japan (BOJ). The […]