Market psychology

Market psychology

The power of emotions

The power of emotions affect prices and trends in the markets.

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Euro Break-up Risk Index

Euro Break-up Risk Index

Break the Euro?

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sentix Community

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Sentiment research

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Broad spectrum

Broad spectrum

Indicators on stocks, bonds, currencies and commodities

Sentiment on stocks, bonds, currencies and commodities - from institutional and private investors!

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sentix IPO Sentiment: Das tat weh

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Die enttäuschenden Börsengänge am deutschen Aktienmarkt haben die IPO Stimmung der Anleger massiv gedrückt. Das sentix IPO Sentiment kippt um 20,25 Punkte ab und notiert nun mit -39,75 Punkten auf dem niedrigsten Stand seit Juni 2012! Damit haben Rocket Internet und Zalando ihren potentiellen Emissionsnachfolgern einen echten Bärendienst erwiesen.

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sentix ASR Essentials 39-2014

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Emerging Market sentiment plays catch-up with Commodities

The latest sentix survey indicates that the notable divergence in opinion on the Emerging Markets (EMs) and Commodities has begun to close. In recent months, a rising tide of optimism towards EMs as an asset class has provided an unusual counterpoint to deep pessimism on Commodities. An odd development given sentiment towards both asset classes has historically had a reasonably close relationship. However, this month’s questions’ on asset class preferences indicate that investors have begun to temper their optimism on EMs. While there remains a notable sentiment gap, Emerging Market sentiment has begun to play catch-up with Commodities.

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Chemicals shares lose their status as darlings

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In October, the sentix Sector Sentiment which was polled via the latest sentix Global Investor Survey sends a clear message: investors increasingly like shares of defensive sectors and turn their backs at cyclical stocks. Among these, chemicals shares experience a particularly strong setback in sentiment this month. They now have finally lost their status as "darlings" among investors, but their disenchantment is set to continue.

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sentix ASR Essentials 38-2014

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Signs that sentiment gap between EMs and Commodities is narrowing

A notable feature of the sentix survey through the summer has been the resilience of sentiment towards Emerging Markets (EMs), at a time when pessimism has been the dominant theme in the case of Commodities. On this front, medium-term sentiment readings for Gold and Crude remain at deep pessimism levels, while nearterm pessimism on Crude is running at historic extremes. However, there are signs that sentiment on the equity front may be changing, with survey readings based on the strategic medium-term outlook for China 'bluechips' beginning to retreat from recent highs (Chart 2, page 2). It may be that the unusually large sentiment gap between EMs and Commodities is beginning to close.

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Euro zone shrinking, the world feeble

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In October, the composite index for the euro zone falls for the third time in a row. As both the assessment of the current situation and the 6-month expectations are now clearly in negative territory, the sentix indices signal shrinking output for the euro area. And there are no positive news coming from the indicators for the other coun-tries or regions either: all composite indices recede this month! Even for the US and Asia ex Japan – both stood out until recently with rather solid indices – the economic shine fades. It is mainly investors' 6-month expecta-tions that worsen. All in all, the data points to a nearing downturn of the world economy.

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