Denmark
Age 32
Trading strategy
Model-driven trading
Biography
Peter Garnry joined Saxo Bank in 2010 and is the Head of Equity Strategy. In 2016 he became responsible for the Quantitative Strategies team, which focuses on how to apply computer models to financial markets. He produces trading strategies and analyses of the equity markets as well as individual company stocks, applying advanced statistics and models to beat the market.
Garnry developed Saxo Bank’s Alpha Picks which is a monthly publication selecting the most attractive stocks across the US, Europe and Asia. He also contributes to the Saxo Bank Quarterly Outlooks and the annual Outrageous Predictions and is a regular commentator on television, including CNBC and Bloomberg TV.
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  • Article / Friday at 14:17 GMT

    Earnings Watch: Good start for Q2 results, big week ahead —#SaxoStrats

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Earnings Watch: Good start for Q2 results, big week ahead —#SaxoStrats
    The second-quarter earnings season looks strong, with European companies posting the fastest growth in EBITDA since the fourth quarter of 2010 on top of higher revenue growth. Next week will be one of the busiest weeks of the season, with 610 companies reporting results. Above all, three major US technology companies — Alphabet, Facebook and Amazon — will be closely watched.
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  • Video / Friday at 9:30 GMT

    Cyclicals are doing best — #SaxoStrats

    Peter Garnry
    The majority of earnings are released next week and according to Saxo Bank's head of Equity Strategy, Peter Garnry, the outlook is positive. The leading indicators point to further growth in 2017, he says. In particular Garnry points to the cyclical sectors. They are doing best, he says.
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  • Video / Thursday at 14:18 GMT

    Euro looks strong — #SaxoStrats

    Peter Garnry
    The ECB left interest rates and its QE programme unchanged on Thursday, which boosted the euro. And, according to Saxo Bank's head of equity strategy, Peter Garnry, the euro is likely to strengthen even more.
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  • Article / Wednesday at 9:04 GMT

    History tells investors not to short China — #SaxoStrats

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    History tells investors not to short China — #SaxoStrats
    The media in the developed world are obsessed with China's growth and often highlight it as unnatural and unsustainable. But that thinking is wrong because it is not based on historical facts about urbanisation in the US and Europe. By establishing the right baseline we show that China's construction spending is no mystery, but a natural development of rapid urbanisation.
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    Alpi Alpi
    I forgot to say I appreciated very much this analysis, very interesting, thanks for sharing.
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    Peter Garnry Peter Garnry
    Thanks. Good question. China has an estimated total population of 1.384 billion in 2017. With the recent changes to birth rate and expected increase in life expectancy...
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    Vatsid Vatsid
    I read this article and come away with more conviction on the US in the longer term:). Great article!! Would love to see a view point on...
  • Article / 10 July 2017 at 14:05 GMT

    Alibaba, la acción más negociada del 2017

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Con el sector tecnológico estadounidense subiendo un 18% en lo que va de año, todo el mundo está hablando de burbuja. Además, en las últimas semanas el índice Nasdaq 100 ha hecho demostración de su volatilidad, acumulando varias sesiones de importantes caídas, seguidas de rebotes. Y es que, el sector tecnológico estadounidense sigue siendo uno de los pocos nichos de crecimiento en el actual entorno macroeconómico, aunque las valoraciones de las acciones comiencen a ser excesivas.
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