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sentix launches Crypto Sentiment Page

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sentix Survey results (31-2020)

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Lousy mood

The series of unusual sentimental developments since the outbreak of the corona crisis continues. The publication of data on GDP growth in Q2, both in the US and in Europe, has once again demonstrated to investors the extent of the crisis. The answer is a very negative sentiment. But at the strategic level, the GDP data have a very different effect. As a result, the sentiment data are surprisingly positive!

Further results:

  • Bitcoins: Confidence winner
  • Silver: Profit-taking expected

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Peace in the Box!

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When it gets too turbulent with playing children, parents like to bang on the table and end the tumult with a saying. In a similar vein, politicians in Europe have put an end to the light touch of uncertainty about the stability of the eu-rozone. The sentix Euro Break-up Index is falling to just 5.77%.

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sentix Survey results (30-2020)

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Typical seasonal pattern or nevertheless 2009?

Over the past 3 months, a chronic pessimism has developed in equities - despite a rapid stock market recovery. And on the weekend, too, the old fears flare up, especially as the seasonal pattern begins to turn negative! The question is: Can the markets even fall sustainably with such pessimism? The market must decide soon: Do we rely on the typical seasonal timetable or rather on a trend similar to 2009 ("wall of worry").

Further topics:

  • Equities: The next row of the "wall of worry" is built
  • FX: Nine-year high in EUR/USD sentiment
  • sentix investor positioning in equities and bonds

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Significant increase in risk appetite

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In the last few days, the stock markets have regained momentum and extended their recovery movements, which began in mid-March at the peak of the Corona crisis. This price rally coincides with a seasonally typical positive time window, namely the first half of July. Will the upswing continue or will the usual summer correction follow?

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sentix Survey results (29-2020)

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Neutral mood

The behaviour of speculative small investors is currently the subject of much debate. This can be seen in the very low values in the US equity put/call ratio. However, in our opinion this indicator is not representative of the actual sentiment. According to our sentiment, a certain skepticism continues to dominate overall. However, individual sub-segments, especially in the technology sector, are rightly subject to criticism, as a glance at our strategic bias in the analysis reveals.

Further topics:

  • FX: Buy and sell indications
  • Silver: High overconfidence
  • sentix styles - Investor preferences & behavior

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