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Robinhood, the greedy US broker – one comment

Robinhood

The broker earns part of his money by forwarding his customers’ orders to other financial firms such as high-frequency traders Virtu or Citadel Securities for a fee.

(Photo: AFP)

The name is program. As a kind of avenger of the disinherited, the US broker Robinhood came up to democratize securities trading in the USA. No fees for investors and a fancy app – with this program Robinhood taught the established competition to fear.

One swipe is enough and the share is bought – trading for the Tinder, Instagram and Snapchat generations. But Robinhood is not selfless, on the contrary: In the long term, the revolution that has been instigated could do more harm than good to the securities culture.

The broker earns part of his money by forwarding his customers’ orders to other financial firms such as high-frequency traders Virtu or Citadel Securities for a fee.

This controversial practice has now brought Robinhood a $ 65 million US securities regulatory penalty for failing to disclose these deals and thereby deceiving its customers. But that’s not the only crack in the success story.

The Massachusetts state securities regulator accuses Robinhood of making trading in stocks and more complex securities playfully easy and thereby violating its duty of care towards its customers.

This strategy is called gamification in technical jargon. Services are set up like a video game, the customers are rewarded for every progress so that they continue on the prepared journey to ever higher sales for the providers.

Robinhood, for example, greets its customers with a virtual confetti shower the first time they trade. Everything is so beautifully simple and colorful here – but that is exactly the problem.

It is more and more common to hear from beginners in the securities business who have speculated heavily on Robinhood. There was even a suicide because an inexperienced 20-year-old trader mistakenly believed he had amassed hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt with his complex deals.

Young, often inexperienced customers who, bored, gamble at home with securities in Corona times – trading à la Robinhood actually has a touch of gambling. Of course, everyone has the right to ruin themselves as they see fit. But maybe brokers like Robinhood actually need an instruction leaflet or a warning label like on cigarette packs.

Because long-term damage to the securities culture threatens: Anyone who has fallen on the nose with stocks or more complex deals threatens to permanently lose the desire to save securities. Anyone who still remembers the New Market in Germany in the late 1990s knows the sad story.

More: Low savings rates, low prices: How investment grudges should become equity investors.

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Research: Unlike Whales, Retail Investors Buy Bitcoin When Price Rises

Large institutional and individual whale investors capitalized on Bitcoin’s fall rally, buying mostly on pullbacks and selling at local highs. This is stated in a recent study of the OKEx cryptocurrency exchange.

Unlike whales, retail investors mostly bought during the growth of the first cryptocurrency.

The study covered the period from August 1 to November 30, 2020, analyzing data on the most popular BTC / USDT pair on OKEx.

Trading activity was divided into several categories: transactions up to 0.5 BTC (retail investors), 0.5 BTC – 2 BTC (professional traders) and 5 BTC – 10 BTC and more than 10 BTC (large traders, whales and institutions).

As you can see in the table below, in October and November, despite the rising prices, retail investors continued to buy.

Data: OKEx.

Large traders accumulated the most significant positions at prices of about $ 10,000, fixing profits during the period of active growth.

The study also showed different investor behavior during the market crash on Thanksgiving November 26. Small investors panicked and started selling, while the whales, on the other hand, seized the moment to buy more.

Data: OKEx.

“As you can see, all but most of the retail traders took profit when Bitcoin hit a new all-time high on November 30,” the report says.

Recall, according to a recent study by Chainalysis, since the beginning of the year, the number of wallets with a balance of more than 1000 BTC has increased by 302. Balances at the corresponding addresses have grown by 1.4 million BTC during this time.

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Börse Express – analysts on Vienna Airport, Marinomed, Palfinger and Vienna Insurance Group

Hauck & Aufhäuser confirms the Buy recommendation for Palfinger – and increases the target price from EUR 34.0 to EUR 35.0. Last closing price: 20.35 euros – average target price: 23.45 euros. Last closing price: 20.35 euros – average target price: 27.06 euros.

HSBC confirms the Reduce recommendation for Vienna Airport – and increases its target price from EUR 30.0 to EUR 23.0. Last closing price: EUR 26.85 – average target price: EUR 23.45.

HSBC is resuming the suspended recommendation for Vienna Insurance Group with a hold – and names 21.2 euros as a target price. Last closing price: 20.35 euros – average target price: 23.45 euros.

FMR Research confirms the Buy recommendation for Marinomed – and increases the target price from EUR 129.0 to EUR 134.0. Last closing price: 118.0 euros – average short term: 134.85 euros.

(Bloomberg/red)

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Börse Express – Analysts for Andritz, Mayr-Melnhof, Raiffeisen Bank International, Valneva, Varta and Verbund

Societe Generale confirms the Buy recommendation for Raiffeisen Bank International – and reduces its target price from EUR 20.0 to EUR 19.0. Last closing price: 15.05 euros – average target price: 18.02 euros.

Goldman Sachs re-rates Andritz with a Buy recommendation – and names EUR 41.0 as a target price. Last closing price: 33.74 euros – average target price: 38.25 euros.

Kepler Cheuvreux confirms the Buy recommendation for Mayr-Melnhof – and increases the target price from EUR 164.0 to EUR 166.0. Last closing price: 149.2 euros – average target price: 155.25 euros.

RCB confirms the hold recommendation – and increases its target price from EUR 150.0 to EUR 154.0.

Barclays confirms the recommendation equal to underweight for Verbund – and the target price from 44.0 to 43.0 euros. Last closing price: 54.2 euros – average target price: 44.83 euros.

First Berlin confirms the buy recommendation for Valneva – and reduces the target price from 9.1 to 8.4 euros. Now no longer the highest of all course targets. Last closing price: EUR 5.61 – average target price: EUR 7.31.

MM Warburg confirms Varta’s recommendation to sell – and increases its target price from EUR 80.0 to EUR 85.0. Also the lowest of all course targets. Last closing price: 114.8 euros – average target price: 119.6 euros.

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Börse Express – Analysts for EVN, Varta, Verbund and voestalpine

Commerzbank confirms the Reduce recommendation for voestalpine – and increases the target price from 14.0 to 22.0 euros. Now no longer the lowest of all course targets. Last closing price: 25.55 euros – average target price: 21.81 euros.

Wr. Privatbank confirms the recommendation to sell – and increases the price target from 18.2 to 20.0 euros.

Barclays reduced the recommendation of Equalweight to underweight for Verbund – and the target price from 44.0 to 43.0 euros. Last closing price: 54.15 euros – average target price: 44.83 euros.

RCB confirms the Buy recommendation for EVN – and increases its target price from 19.0 to 20.0 euros. Last closing price: 14.78 euros – average target price: 17.75 euros.

Commerzbank confirms the Hold recommendation for Varta – and reduces the target price from 125 to 115 euros. Last closing price: 115.5 euros – average target price: 119 euros.

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Börse Express – analysts on ams, Andritz, CA Immo, Immofinanz, Mayr-Melnhof, Polytec UBM, Wienerberger

Kepler Cheuvreux confirms the Hold recommendation for Andritz – and reduces the target price from EUR 34.0 to EUR 32.0. Last closing price: 32.58 euros – average target price: 38.16 euros.

On Field Inv. new rating Wienerberger with the recommendation neutral – and 24.0 euros as a target price. Last closing price: 23.96 euros – average target price: 25.84 euros.

Kepler Cheuvreux confirms the Buy recommendation for Immofinanz – and reduces the target price from EUR 20.0 to EUR 15.0. Last closing price: 13.45 euros – average target price: 19.16 euros.

Kepler Cheuvreux confirms the buy recommendation for CA Immo – and reduces the target price from 35.0 to 32.0 euros. Last closing price: EUR 26.85 – average target price: EUR 35.75.

RCB increases UBM’s recommendation from hold to buy – and reduces its target price from EUR 43.0 to EUR 39.0. Now the lowest of all course targets. Last closing price: 32.0 euros – average target price: 42.67 euros.

Kepler Cheuvreux confirms the Buy recommendation for Mayr-Melnhof – and increases the target price from EUR 158.0 to EUR 164.0. This sets the only highest price target to date. Last closing price: 13.45 euros – average target price: 19.16 euros.

RCB confirms the Buy recommendation for Polytec – and increases its target price from EUR 7.0 to EUR 8.0. Last closing price: 6.0 euros – average target price: 7.72 euros.

Kepler Cheuvreux confirms the Buy recommendation for ams – and increases the price target from CHF 27.0 to CHF 28.0. Last closing price: 22.24 CHF – average target price: 25.32 CHF.

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Atrium European Real Estate Limited / Trading Update for the first nine months of 2020

06.11.2020

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St Helier Jersey / Channel Islands – Trading Update for the first nine months of 2020

Jersey, November 6, 2020, Atrium European Real Estate Limited (VSE / Euronext: ATRS), (the “Company” and together with its subsidiaries the “Atrium Group” or the “Group”), a leading owner, operator and developer of shopping centers and Retail Real Estate in Central Europe, announces results for the first nine months ending September 30, 2020 and an updated overview of the impact of Covid-19 on the Group’s operations.

Update on the COVID-19 situation

The encouraging upswing that began in the third quarter is losing momentum due to the second wave of restrictions

Our centers saw a solid rebound over the summer, trending towards pre-Covid-19 levels when restrictions were lifted starting in May. NOur tenant visitor numbers and sales showed an encouraging recovery in August, reaching 77 % and 93% of the 2019 level, respectively. In September, when the number of infections increased in Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the number of visitors and sales decreased slightly to 76% and 86% respectively and this downward trend has continued since Governments reintroduced restrictions in response to the increasing Covid-19 cases. nThe collection of rent claims in the first nine months of 2020 improved significantly to 94%, with negotiations with tenants almost complete. nAfter the new lockdowns in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, 90% of the Group’s gross rental space is currently open, compared to 98% at the beginning October. nPoland announced a second package of measures on November 4th, in which all non-essential transactions are to be closed from November 7th to 29th. nSolid financial position to cover our liquidity needs

Sufficient liquidity and financial flexibility to manage the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, with EUR 264 million in uncommitted funds, consisting of EUR 50 million in cash and an unused credit facility of EUR 214 million as of today, and a net LTV of 37.5%. nThe most important measures that have been taken to maintain and improve liquidity include: no Extending the average maturity of the Group’s liabilities to 4.8 years (2.9% of the average cost of debt) by the successful completion of a bond buyback of EUR 218 million and the increase in bonds due in 2025 by EUR 200 million in June. An additional buyback of the bonds due in 2022 in the amount of EUR 8 million was carried out in October. o The voluntary scrip dividend alternative implemented for the 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters of 2020 has so far led to a saving of EUR 21 million in liquid funds, after around 40% of the shareholders used their option in the 2nd and 3rd quarter of 2020 Have made use of it. o Implementation of a Euro Medium Term Note program together with a Green Financing Framework, with potential suitability for the Corporate Sector Purchase Program (CSSP) of the ECB.

Key financial figures for the reporting period

In millions of EUR 9M 2020 9M 2019 Change% / ppt Net rental income (“NRI”) 106.5 133.4 (20.1) Net rental income excluding effects of 117.9 133.4 (11.6) sales Net rental income on a comparable basis after 75 , 9 87.4 (13.1) EPRA receipt rate (%) 92.9% 97.0%[1] [#_ftn1] (4.1) Operating return on sales (%) 90.0% 94.6% (4.6) EBITDA 91.9 116.8 (21.3) Adjusted earnings according to EPRA of 56.3 80.5 (30.0 ) Society

* The Group’s net rental income for the first nine months of 2020 was EUR 107 million, a decrease of -20% or EUR 26 million compared to 2019 due to the following circumstances:

o EUR 35 million due to Covid-19 effects which were offset by EUR 18 million in direct support services for tenants[2] [#_ftn2]

o EUR 11 million due to sales as part of the portfolio rotation strategy o Compensated by rent increases of EUR 2 million, which result mainly from indexation

On a comparable basis, the net rental income fell by 13%. NProactive discussion with our tenants ensures a stable occupancy rate of around 93% as of the end of September. NOperating return on sales fell by 4.6ppt to 90%, of which 4.4ppt was due to the exemption of Operating costs for the period of government lockdown in Poland. NEBITDA and Adjusted Revenue according to EPRA decreased by 21% and 30%, respectively. The decline in rental income due to the Covid 19 pandemic (EUR 17 million net) and disposals (EUR 11 million) was partially offset by a EUR 1.5 million reduction in administrative costs and a EUR 0.9 million decrease in financial expenses. nDivests

* The group continued its portfolio rotation and repositioning strategy in 2020 with transactions totaling EUR 75 million. These included the sale of the Atrium Duben shopping center in Slovakia in January and five assets in Poland in July and a plot of land in Lublin in August.

Dividend

The dividend for the fourth quarter of 2020 will be paid out (as a capital repayment) on December 30, 2020 to the shareholders entered in the register on December 8, 2020, with the ex-dividend date on December 7, 2020. The period for claiming the scrip dividend begins on December 9, 2020 and ends on December 21, 2020. nA circular with further details on shareholders’ options under the scrip dividend alternative, including the exercise modalities and the exchange ratio, will be made available to shareholders before the beginning of the exercise period and will be sent to The company’s website. n2021 Dividend Policy: Since the beginning of the pandemic, Atrium has focused increasingly on strengthening its balance sheet and improving liquidity by implementing a liquidity preservation program. The latest legally implemented trade restrictions and lockdowns have added further uncertainty regarding short-term trading conditions. As a result, the Board has decided to postpone a decision on dividend policy for 2021 until the 2020 results are announced in February 2021. nLiad Barzilai, Chief Executive Officer of the Atrium Group: “With the phasing out of the Covid-19-related measures for Protecting Health In early May, we saw positive momentum in visitor numbers and retail sales throughout the summer, bringing the third quarter closer to historic levels of 2019. The recent rise in the number of Covid-19 cases, however, has resulted in further government restrictions and we are starting to see this momentum slowing in Q3. While the future impact of Covid-19 remains uncertain, I am given the strong performance and pace of society’s recovery during the summer as well as ours We are confident of high incoming payments from rental income s our solid financial and liquidity positions to address any short-term challenges that we may face. ”

For more information, please visit the company’s website at www.aere.com or, for analysts, Molly Katz: mkatz@aere.com

Press & Shareholders: FTI Consulting Inc .: +44 (0) 20 3727 1000 Richard Sunderland / Claire Turvey / Andrew Davis: atrium@fticonsulting.com

About Atrium European Real Estate Atrium is a leading owner, manager and redeveloper of shopping centers and retail properties in Central Europe. Atrium specializes in locally dominant grocery, fashion and entertainment malls in prime urban locations. Atrium owns 26 properties with a gross rental area of ​​808,100 m2 and a total market value of around EUR 2.5 billion. These properties are located in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia and are all but one managed by Atrium’s in-house team of retail property professionals.

In January 2020, Atrium announced a strategy to diversify its portfolio by investing in and managing residential real estate, with a focus on Warsaw.

The Company is incorporated as a closed-end investment company, registered in and domiciled in Jersey, and is regulated as a certified fund authorized in Jersey by the Jersey Financial Services Commission, and is admitted to trading on both the Vienna Stock Exchange and the Euronext Amsterdam Stock Exchange. Appropriate professional advice should be sought in the event of uncertainty regarding the scope of the regulatory requirements due to the above supervision or authorization. All investments are subject to risk. Past performance is no guarantee of future returns. The value of investments can fluctuate. Results obtained in the past are not a guarantee of future results.

Details about the EMTN program can be found at: https://aere.com/emtn.aspx https://aere.com/emtn.aspx

You can find this press release at: https: //www.aere.com/Files/PressRelease/20201106_3Q … https: //www.aere.com/Files/PressRelease/20201106_3Q …

You can find the presentation at: https://www.aere.com/Files/Presentation/ 20201106_3Q20_trading_update_presentation.pdf [https://www.aere.com/Files/
Presentation/20201106_3Q20_trading_update_presentation.pdf]

[1] [#_ftnref1] As of December 31, 2019
[2] [#_ftnref2] The EUR 18 million is estimated over a period of approx. 3 years, which corresponds to the remaining term of the corresponding rents.

Issuer: Atrium European Real Estate Limited Seaton Place 11-15 UK-JE4 0QH St Helier Jersey / Channel Islands Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7831 3113 FAX: Email: richard.sunderland@fticonsulting.com WWW: http: // www .aere.com ISIN: JE00B3DCF752 Indices: Exchanges: Vienna, Luxembourg Stock Exchange Language: German


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