Stocker’s stock market check – how long will the stock rally last?

In Stockers Börsencheck, Thomas Wolf (investment product expert at HVB onemarkets) and Christian Stocker (equity market strategist at UniCredit) analyze the stock market every two weeks.

In the current episode, the experts examine and answer these questions:

  • The stock market rally has had no hold in the past two weeks. The DAX shot up to over 12,800 points last week. What were the reasons for this course rally?
  • Doesn’t the market anticipate a lot of optimism? We had talked about high ratings two weeks ago, they have probably increased significantly again, right?
  • What does this mean in the short term for the coming weeks?
  • How do I act as a medium to long-term oriented investor in this environment?

Now watch the stock market check video

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Stocker’s stock market check – How long will the stock rally last? first appeared on onemarket’s blog (HypoVereinsbank – UniCredit Bank AG).

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