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And here the day trading video:

How to turn 500 euros into 1000 euros in five days

There is currently a little hype about day trading.

However, short-term trading in stocks contradicts many basic principles of investing.

Is it really possible to increase one's money in this way or is it just pure gambling?

WELT editor Moritz Seyffarth put in 500 euros and tested it.

Source: WORLD |

Moritz Seyffarth, Matthias Giordano


“Everything on stocks - the daily stock market shot” is a format for everyone who wants to pursue the path of financial independence, whether with stocks, ETFs or other investment options.

For stock market experts and beginners.

Holger Zschäpitz is known from the business podcast "Deffner & Zschäpitz".

Moritz Seyffarth asks himself the question in his podcast for WELT subscribers: “How do I get rich?”.

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The maker

is the WELT career podcast.

For the first coffee of the day, business reporter Inga Michler meets people who take off, stagger and get up again, despite all odds.

Because career does not always go up steeply.

Failure is part of it.

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