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sentix Survey results (25-2020)

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More risk, more fun?

The anniversary survey has some exciting results: Investors continue to enjoy precious metals and the bearish mood of the previous week is also easing for equities. What remains in the medium term, however, is a certain lack of prospects. Nevertheless, investors are increasing their risk in many sub-segments (see Styles), although the seasonally positive window for equities will close in 5 weeks at the latest.

Further topics:

  • Equities: The fears give way
  • Precious metals: Silver still favoured
  • sentix Styles – Investor preferences & behavior

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1000! The sentix Global Investor Survey celebrates a special anniversary

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What began on February 23, 2001 in the middle of the Internet bubble with an idea and 50 survey participants has now resulted in the 1000th sentiment survey: the sentix Global Investor Survey is celebrating a special anniversary! More than 5,000 investors from over 20 countries are now taking part in the sentix survey.

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sentix Survey results (24-2020)

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Mood slump

In the course of the week, the stock markets surprised us with sharp declines. On the part of our data, the weak basic confidence in particular spoke in favour of a certain caution. A clearer signal was provided by US option data. The put-call ratio was at very low levels and clearly showed speculative exaggeration. Adjustments are now being made to both indices. What does the slump in sentix sentiment indices mean?

Further topics:

  • FX: Euro basic confidence continues to rise
  • Precious metals: Still sought after by investors
  • sentix Sector sentiment

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Upswing - but where to?

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The signs are pointing to a global economic upturn. This is not too difficult after such a serious standstill of the real economy as we experienced in April. This is why the sentix economic indices also show a mixed picture. On the positive side, expectations are rising sharply. The economy is waking up from its deep sleep. But the road to normality is long. The situation values are still deep red and thus continue to indicate a recessionary environ-ment. The question now is how strong and how far the global economy can recover. We will shed light on this in the following analysis.

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End of the haunting again?

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The ruling of the German Federal Constitutional Court, according to which the ECB must make argumentative im-provements in the matter of its bond purchase programme and which some euro critics have already described as the "beginning of the end" of the euro, has not led to a further flare-up of euro worries among investors. The sentix Euro Break-up Index has fallen to 12.9%.

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