Swiss Gold and SIX SMI 20 Stocks Trading Strategy (Ideas)



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Meaning of terms :
▷ BUY the Dip : The current price is higher than the entry price. Buy when price drops to/below the entry price.
▷ BUY the Breakout : The current price is lower than the entry price. Buy when price breaks upward through the entry price. ( When price moves above the entry price level.)
▷ SELL the Bounce : The current price is lower than the entry price. Sell when price rebounds to/above the entry price.
▷ SELL the Breakdown : The current price is higher than the entry price. Sell when price breaks downward through the entry price.  (When price moves below the entry price level.)


Swiss Gold and SIX SMI 20 Stocks Trading Strategy (Ideas)
Swiss Market Index (SMI) : SMI is Switzerland's blue-chip stock market index, not adjusted for dividends, and which is made up of 20 of the largest and most liquid Swiss Performance Index (SPI) stocks. The SMI was introduced in 1988 at a baseline value of 1,500 points. The SMI is calculated in Swiss Francs, the currency of the Swiss Confederation. The securities contained in the SMI currently represent approximately 80% of the entire Swiss equity market capitalization, as well as 85% to 90% of the total trading turnover of Swiss and Liechtenstein equities listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.

SMI® Futures (EUREX: FSMI) :
Underlying: SMI®, the blue chip index of SIX Swiss Exchange.

Contract Value: CHF 10.
Minimum Price Change: 1 point = CHF 10.

Contract Months: up to 9 months: The three nearest quarterly months of the March, June, September and December cycle.

Final Settlement Day: The third Friday (at 09:00 CET) of each maturity month if this is an exchange day; otherwise the exchange day immediately preceding that day.

Last Trading Day: the same as the Final Settlement Day.