Café de la Bourse continues its chronicles on BFM Business in 2022, giving you a time for practical advice and stock market and financial decryptions every 8 weeks on Thursdays on the BFM Business channel, available online and on your television on channel 31 at SFR, channel 228 at Orange, channel 242 at Bouygues, channel 347 at Free, channel 171 at Canal and channel 51 at Fransat.
Find all topics covered by the Café de la Bourse team in the BFM Bourse program presented by Guillaume Sommerer in 2022.
How do you take it easy on holiday? Best practices for protecting and hedging your portfolio before the summer presented by Clémence Tanguy at the BFM Bourse program on July 7, 2022
The last column of the 2021/2022 season, before the summer holidays, was an opportunity to review the different practices, tools and financial products that protect your portfolio, or even cover it.
In a bearish and volatile market, there is no question of neglecting your portfolio. But there is no question of having your eyes glued to the financial markets on vacation, not to mention that it can be difficult given the potential connectivity issues and possible time differences that can further complicate the task.
Here, Clémence Tanguy, editor-in-chief of Café de la Bourse, explains three ways to leave with peace of mind: sorting the assets in the portfolio, creating stop orders and hedging derivatives.
Which investments should be favored in times of inflation? Assets and actions to consider presented by Louis Yang in the BFM Bourse edition of 12. May 2022
For this chronicle of the month of May 2022, while inflation in developed countries reached levels not equaled in decades (+5% in France approx.), Louis Yang returned to the assets and actions that make it possible to hedge against inflation or even profit from it.
In this chronicle, find our inventory of inflation, the assets and actions to be privileged, but also the most vulnerable sectors to be avoided.
Stock market correction: what to do? Advice and best practices for implementation presented by Louis Yang at the BFM Bourse program on 17 March 2022
For this March 2022 column, a little more than 3 weeks after the start of the war between Russians and Ukrainians, which led to a brutal fall in stock markets, Louis Yang, co-founder of Café de la Bourse, returned to detail the best practices to implement to manage its investments in a crisis context.
In this column, find the rules to follow in order not to let your reactions be dictated by emotions, which would be the surest way to make bad investment decisions.
Next Café de la Bourse meeting at BFM Business
Café de la Bourse can be found from Wednesday 31 August, then every 8 weeks, on Wednesdays at 3.45pm. The Café de la Bourse team will indeed be present for a new 2022/2023 season on the BFM Bourse program presented by Guillaume Sommerer.
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