General risk notice

The website "", represented by the owner Dominik Neusser, Im Feldle 30, 74321 Bietigheim-Bissingen (hereinafter referred to as "Provider") offer an Internet portal on the website
The content of "" is for entertainment purposes and for personal further and advanced training. Readers or subscribers who make investment decisions or carry out transactions on the basis of the published content or information of the provider act entirely at their own risk. The provider does not make any recommendations in this regard. Any opinions or other information contained on this site are provided as general market commentary and do not constitute investment advice.
The provider obtains information from sources that he/she deems trustworthy. A guarantee regarding the quality and truthfulness of this information is not and cannot be assumed.
The provider assumes no liability for trading suggestions and information provided. These do not constitute in any way a call for individual or general replication, not even implicitly. Trading suggestions or other information do not constitute an invitation to buy or sell securities or derivative financial products. Any liability for direct or indirect consequences of the published content and information is therefore excluded.
The provider is not responsible for any loss or damage, including without limitation any loss of profit, arising directly or indirectly from trading activities based on this information. "" has taken sufficient measures to ensure the accuracy of the information on the website.
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Trading stocks, indexes, forex and CFDs on margin involves a high level of risk and is therefore not suitable for every investor. Before considering the services and products of various derivatives trading brokers, you should carefully consider your investment objectives, financial circumstances, needs, as well as your level of experience and expertise.
By trading and speculating with foreign exchange, you could suffer a partial or complete loss of your deposits with various brokers and should therefore not speculate with capital that you cannot afford to lose. Be aware of all the risks associated with derivatives trading, especially the possible obligation to make margin calls with the respective brokers. The provider recommends consulting an independent financial advisor.
"" indicates the particularly high risks associated with transactions involving warrants, derivatives and derivative financial instruments. 
Trading in warrants, CFDs or derivatives is a financial futures transaction. The considerable opportunities offered by financial futures transactions are offset by corresponding risks, which may result not only in a total loss of the capital invested, but also in additional losses, which may lead to an additional claim to the capital invested. If you fail to meet the required margin, your position may be liquidated; you alone are responsible for any resulting losses. The use of an Internet-based trading system involves risks, including but not limited to failure of the hardware, software and Internet connection.
For this reason, this type of business requires in-depth and sound knowledge of financial products, financial instruments and other tradable products, the securities markets, securities trading techniques and strategies.
Only consumers who have read and understood the brochure "Basic Information on Financial Futures Transactions" available at banks and savings banks in accordance with § 37d of the German Securities Trading Act (WpHG) and have read and signed the form "Important Information on the Risks of Loss in Financial Futures Transactions" are authorized to participate in trading in warrants and other financial futures transactions. The customer nevertheless trades at his own risk and peril.
Risk note futures
Disproportionate losses may occur due to the leverage effect. Please note that futures trading is subject to fluctuations in the value and price of the underlying assets. After trading suspensions, in volatile market phases and between the closing and opening price, price changes may occur which can cause the loss to exceed the capital invested.
Futures trading is not suitable for all investors and involves the risk of loss. The risk of loss in futures can be substantial and may exceed the amount of money deposited for a futures position. You should therefore carefully consider whether futures trading is suitable for you in light of your circumstances and financial capabilities.
Risk Note Margin Trading
Margin trading involves transactions based on the price movements of a product. Settlement is based on the difference between the opening and closing price of the transaction. Margin trading may result in total losses and margin calls
Risk note market, stock analysis and articles
Market analyses, stock analyses or articles are for information purposes only. They do not constitute an offer or a recommendation to open a brokerage account, to use a service or to buy or sell financial instruments. Information about realized and potential profits in the past is no guarantee for future profits.
Risk Note Forex, Index, Commodity Market
Before you decide to participate in the (Forex, index, commodity) market, you should carefully review your investment goals, your knowledge and experience, and your risk tolerance. In any case, you should not invest money if you cannot afford to lose it.
Cryptocurrencies risk note
Cryptocurrencies are naturally subject to large fluctuations in your price. Accordingly, cryptocurrencies should only be traded by experienced persons at their own risk. A total loss can also not be excluded here. 
Risk warning
Trading with futures or with margin involves high risk and is not suitable for all investors. The high leverage effect can work both for and against you. Before you start trading, you should make an assessment of your investment goals, experience and risk tolerance.
The provider recommends independent professional advice with regard to the aforementioned and other possible risks.
Bietigheim-Bissingen, 01.01.2022