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 Index

Euro Break-up Index

Will the Euro break-up?

What's the risk that the Euro breaks up? Which country is the most exposed? Whats the routes of infection?

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sentix Community

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First mover advantage

First mover advantage

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Sentiment research

Sentiment research

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Weekly analysis of current market sentiment in German and English - for active participants free of charge!

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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 Survey results (02-2022)

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Equity bias falls agan

For the first time since 2020, the strategic bias for US equities falls into negative territory. Accordingly, the majority of investors expect prices to fall over the next six months. The market is thus coming under a dangerous selling bias. With bullish sentiment at the same time, no all-clear can be given in the short term.

Further results

  • Equities: Technology under pressure
  • FX: USD-JPY bias falls
  • sentix sector sentiment
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Stabilization is progressing

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The stabilization of economic indicators is progressing in January 2022. At 14.9 points, the overall index for the euro zone increases by 1.4 points. The current assessment improves by 3.0 points, while the expectations component stagnates. The picture is similar for Germany. The figures for the Asia ex Japan region are particularly encouraging. All sub-components increased significantly. This gives more contour to our basic scenario that the global economy is recovering and finding its way out of the mid-cycle slowdown. Some world regions are even bouncing back into the boom squares of the sentix business cycle clock.

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sentix Survey results (01-2022)

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Sentiment slump

The first trading week of the new year did not go to the bulls' liking. Especially not on the US stock market, where the first trading week ended with a minus. This weakness has left a heavy mark on investor sentiment. The number of bulls on the US stock market has abruptly become so low that this has created certain contrarian opportunities. However, the basic strategic confidence is unfortunately not yet playing along.

Further results

  • Bonds: Contrarian opportunities
  • Silver: Bias falls further
  • sentix economic index: Monday 10.01.2022 at 10:30 CET

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sentix Survey results (53-2021)

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New Year's issue

Welcome to the new year 2022, which should bring you all much happiness, health, success and satisfaction. You will receive a brief commentary of some chart highlights with this issue. Next week we will continue in the usual format.

Further results:

  • Equities: Bias remains weak
  • Gold: Clearly better than silver
  • Bonds: Sentiment signals opportunities soon

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Lockdown-Blues

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The global economy is still in a process of economic slowdown. This is proceeding in an orderly manner in most regions. The situation values are declining, while the medium-term expectations remain stable or even improve. This basically confirms our expectation that we are experiencing a "mid-cycle slowdown". The situation in Euro-land, on the other hand, looks worse. The tighter lockdown measures, which have been taken above all in Ger-many and Austria, are dampening the assessments of the situation there considerably. A slowdown to the point of recession no longer seems out of the question. These lock-downs are hitting the economy harder than before.

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