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?

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Sentiment research

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 Survey results (39-2021)

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Hectic post-election week likely

While last week the focus was on China and the bankruptcy of the real estate company Evergrande, the discussion of the Bundestag election results is likely to move people's minds in the coming week. Traditionally, the post-election week is rather negative. Uncertainties about future politics are not bullish for the DAX, but nevertheless did not usually prevent a positive performance in Q4.

Further results:

  • Bonds: Institutionals are bearish
  • Crude oil: Unseasonably rising underlying confidence
  • sentix investor positioning in equities and bonds
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sentix Survey results (38-2021)

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Price opportunities indicated

The sentiment values on the stock markets remain depressed. The AAII barometer also shows a clear decline in sentiment, confirming the sentix indication. What is special about the last few months is the change in sentiment since March, when we were able to measure optimism, to the current scepticism, but without a corresponding price development. This underlines the enormous overhang of liquidity, which nips correction approaches in the bud.

Further results:

  • Equities: Basic confidence further improved
  • Precious metals: Disappointment leads to a dip in sentiment
  • sentix styles - Investor preferences & behavior
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sentix Survey results (37-2021)

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DAX in focus twice

The strategic bias of Chinese equities as well as for Japanese equities is picking up! Institutional investors in particular recognise a special opportunity in this region. Confidence is also spreading for European equities. Germany is doubly in focus. For bonds, the contrarian environment is still too vague. Things look better for bitcoins and precious metals. But the latter must now deliver!

Further results:

  • Equities: Bias all-time high for Swiss equities
  • Precious metals: Obligation to deliver
  • sentix Sector Sentiment

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Fourth decline in a row!

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The momentum of the global economy is slowing. The expectation scores of most regions in the sentix business cycle indices are falling for the fourth or fifth time in a row. The expectation values are still positive, but the zen-ith of the economic recovery since the lockdowns last autumn has been passed. This is also evident in the as-sessments of the economic situation, which have only improved slightly in a few regions. In the important region of Asia ex Japan, on the other hand, we measure a noticeable decline.

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Third decline in a row

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The global economy is running at full speed, but momentum is weakening. The slowdown in the Asia ex Japan region is also contributing to this. In the Eurozone, the recovery of the current economic situation continues. At 30.8 points, the assessment reached its highest level since October 2018. However, here, too, the expectations component lost a significant 15.8 points, marking the third decline in a row. The rule of a three-point decline should be taken seriously. As a result, the overall index for the Eurozone drops by 7.6 points. Germany's economy continues to be in boom-like shape. It rises for the 15th time in a row to 38.5 points. The expectations component halves.

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