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    Easter edition

    We wish all readers a happy Easter! In today's Easter edition, we take a look at investors' still weak basic confidence in equities. Even improvements in the technical situation cannot change the basic attitude of investors at present. Sentiment remains moderately optimistic. All in all, this leads to relatively high values in the TD index, which should dampen price increases in the short term.

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    sentix Survey results 15-2019

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    Strategic bias remains weak

    The stock markets remain relatively strong, but investors are not really willing to jump on the spark. This may still be due to the relatively weak strategic confidence. There's hardly any shift from bears to bulls. The renewed postponement of the Brexit is also no reason for exaggerated optimism from the investor's point of view, as the decline in strategic confidence in UK equities shows.

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    sentix Survey results 14-2019

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    Cheers without a boost of confidence

    The sentiment on the stock markets is picking up. We are measuring a series of 12-month highs in the sentiment of various stock indices. What is not keeping pace with the improvement at all is the investor bias, which is still lacking a sign of life. On the contrary, overconfidence continues to rise, which ultimately increases the risk of consolidation. Conversely, for precious metals, advantageous data on investor behavior can again be observed.

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    sentix Survey results 13-2019

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    Irritating Overconfidence

    The investors are further back and forth torn. On the one hand, equities are striving further upwards, while on the other investors lack basic confidence. Even though we measure high values in the overconfidence indices, we are not dealing with overly risky investors, but with irritated investors. This suggests that stock markets will be more susceptible to volatility in the near future.

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    The fear of fear

    The sentiment development as a reaction to the sale of shares is anything but natural. Investors this time want to be clever and have learned from the mini-corrections of recent weeks and avoid "exaggerated skepticism". Suppressed fears, however, become a problem if the entire market movement is not based on a solid foundation of trust. The lack of bias growth speaks volumes.

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    Torn

    A very strong fluctuation in sentiment can currently be observed on the stock market. The previous week's pessimism has completely vanished, and optimists are now back on the upswing. However, there is hardly any change in the stock bias, investors are not being lured out of the reserve by the current upswing. On the currency side, it should be exciting: Investors perceive a yen strength, fears about the EUR/USD have faded.

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    sentix Survey results 10-2019

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    Renewed slump in sentiment

    In the case of equities, we are measuring a surprisingly sharp drop in sentiment. Only four weeks after the last sentiment slump, investors are again reacting very clearly to only moderately falling prices. This points to increased investor nervousness. On the other hand, the simultaneous increase in basic confidence is surprising. So, this isn't all a good fit. After the ECB meeting, a high degree of neutrality reacts to bonds. In the currency area, investors are betting on the US dollar.

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    Without reaction - what actually has to happen?

    The stock markets know only one direction, the upward one. Investors are unimpressed with the exception of China. This is amazing and raises the question of what actually has to happen for investors to develop a perspective " pro stocks ". As long as this does not happen, danger is imminent, despite the supposed political signals of relaxation. In this context, the differentiated view of investors at USD/JPY and Nikkei 225 is also striking.

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    sentix Survey results 08-2019

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    Individuals go long, Instis go shorter

    The sentiment for equities remains neutral, except for the Chinese equity market. The trendy theme is literally inspiring investors, and the strategic bias is also climbing to new extremes for this market. This does not apply to the US and European equity markets, where reservations are persistent. We are also measuring the risk of rising overconfidence in US technology stocks. EUR/USD is also likely to be exciting, with neutrality rising massively.

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    China inspires investors

    The political news situation seems to be easing, which is good for the stock sentiment and lets the fears vanish. At the strategic level, there is still no indication that investors will view the recent signals as a return to the old bull market movement. Rather, they are fleeing into neutral camps, both in equities and bonds. This is different for the stock market in China. In the year of the pig, the world appears pink again for China stocks.

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