Denmark
Age 31
Trading strategy
Short-term mean reversion
Biography
Peter Garnry, CFA is the Head of Equity Strategy at Saxo Bank. All his work, both short-term trading and longer term valuation, is quantitatively driven based on statistical analysis. He publishes weekly research notes on the most liquid global equities, writes market commentaries on big market events, manage an asset allocation strategy called Global Beta, and actively trades a short-term mean reversion strategy. Prior to joining Saxo Bank, he co-founded a financial information company that delivered financial applications to retail investors.
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  • Video / Yesterday at 14:13 GMT

    S&P 500 Q2 earnings update: Garnry

    Peter Garnry
    57 companies in the S&P 500 have reported Q2 earnings. Revenue and earnings are positive so far.

    Financials are the winners with gains on both the top and bottom line. Aggregate earnings among financials is down 9% year-on-year, while the total aggregate earnings is down 6%.

    According to Saxo Bank's Head of Equity Strategy Peter Garnry the price of 7.5x Forward Earnings is under pressure if earnings are weak. We’ll soon know - 250 companies are reporting this week.
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  • 22h
    J R J R
    Where can I find the morning call links now?
  • Video / Thursday at 13:48 GMT

    Protect your portfolio: Garnry

    Peter Garnry
    Equities have moved to new highs and yet investors have stayed calm. The VIX, which is a measure of the market's expectation of stock market volatility, is trading at a low level below 12.

    According to Saxo Bank's head of equity strategy Peter Garnry, the collapse in volatility means lower prices on put options, and he thinks that they offer cheap protection against event risks.

    In particular, Garnry says that the S&P 500 put option looks attractive.
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  • 1d
    J R J R
    no link to morning call today?
  • Video / Wednesday at 10:07 GMT

    Why Microsoft looks attractive: Garnry

    Peter Garnry
    Saxo Bank's head of equity strategy Peter Garnry is impressed with Microsoft's Q4 earnings. He says that they are much better than expected.

    Garnry highlights the strong performance of Microsoft Azure and he thinks that the company's unearned revenue figure looks particularly strong.

    The company did miss the target of one billion Microsoft 10 users, but Garnry says that the price earning is not high given the return on invested capital. He thinks the stock looks attractive and says that the share price could reach $60.
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  • 5d
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    NZDUSD slumped from 0.7150 to 0.7080 this morning after the June quarter CPI number came in 0.4% and the annual rate the same.

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