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Market sentiment: “Mega-bullish into the end of the year” – columns

Good mood on the last few meters, but not yet to a threatening extent. However, it could be tight for persistent doubters.

International investors are very optimistic about the further development of share prices. The local ones too, only slightly more subdued. 9 percent of professional investors have bought stocks since last Wednesday and 6 percent have given up their short positions. Of the private investors, at least 6 percent are buyers and closeouts. The sentiment indices of both investor groups are well above zero at +23 and +25 percent.

Joachim Goldberg suspects that some ex-bears took profits during the setback and that others have been in a mini-short squeeze since yesterday. The bottom line is that the behavioral economist does not yet consider optimism dangerous. Should prices continue to rise, the remaining stubborn pessimists would find themselves in considerable distress.

You can read the full analysis at https://www.boerse-frankfurt.de/nachrichten/1be7302c-19ad-44c5-bd9e-0e8389956db9

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