Age 31
Trading strategy
Model-driven trading
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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  • 14h
    Peter Garnry Peter Garnry
    IFO figures for February were better than estimated lifting European equities. All indicators are still pointing towards accelerating growth in Europe and positive equity markets.
    kennethjohn kennethjohn
    Morning call isnt complete without John Hardy's input
    julia555 julia555
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  • 1d
    Trax Trax
    Is it possible to set this up so you are emailed when the report comes online?
    Martin O'Rourke Martin O'Rourke
    Hi Trax, do you follow the SaxoStrats page? I think you will get a notification every time we publish which means you will then have the recording...
  • 2d
    Martin O'Rourke Martin O'Rourke
    Unilever shares fell approximately 10% after the European open before finding some support at around the £35 level. They were at £35.07 at 0857 GMT.
    fxtime fxtime
    If Mike Pence fails to clarify what (if anything) Trump really intends we will have to await the ''What about Sweden'' faux pas to resurface LOL. Well...
  • Article / Friday at 8:00 GMT

    Morning Markets: Negative Trump effect spills over to Asia

    Morning Markets: Negative Trump effect spills over to Asia
    The demise of the Trump trade rally on Wall St on Thursday was felt across Asian markets today, with key bourses losing ground. The Nikkei headed sharply lower, with the high yen eroding confidence in the outlook for Japan's export-driven economy. Meanwhile in neighbouring South Korea, the vice-chairman of Samsung, Lee Jae-Yong, was arrested over bribery allegations; the uncertain future for the heir apparent of the global electronics giant weighed on its share price.
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  • 5d
    MSN28 MSN28
    Thanks Peter. I understand that. But do we wait till expiration or sell the put before? Or these are two alternatives?
    C.A.L. gr C.A.L. gr
    Dear Peter,
    Can you explain a bit more why it is expensive to play this via sell CFDs? I can understand the risk of a possible upward price...
    Philidor Philidor
    CALgr if Tesla reports a positive surprise on earnings, shares will open much higher on the next day. A stop loss will not protect you, and theoretically...
  • Trade view / 16 February 2017 at 12:40 GMT
    Medium term

    Can Elon Musk live up to investors' wildest dreams? – #SaxoStrats

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Tesla shares are up 54% since early December as investors are buying into a rosy future for Tesla betting on the Tesla 3 production to be moved forward. Despite positive news out on Tesla 3 the execution risk is still extremely high and the valuation is completely out of sync with the rest of the car industry which is still the best peer group.
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  • 6d
    Bullionaire Bullionaire
    He said the other day its been supported by large funds.
    fxtime fxtime
    @JohnRoberti ....The Financial Times done a good article today on the oddities in oil pricing after each EIA report ...worth a read imho and the article even...
    John Roberti John Roberti
    Thanks FXTIME but I do not have the financial time here in Belgium. But glad they talk of oddities because that seems what it is. Right now...
  • Article / 16 February 2017 at 8:00 GMT

    Morning Markets: March rate-hike odds jump to 44%

    Managing editor, / Saxo Bank
    Morning Markets: March rate-hike odds jump to 44%
    The possibility that the Fed might move on interest rates next month jumped on very strong inflation data out of the US and helped spur some safe-haven buying overnight, but with the Trump factor ever present, is May still the likelier bet for the next move in the cycle?
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