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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    fxtime fxtime
    Yet again no one knows the sum net value of Noble group..the paucity of group accounting and questionable asset base is nothing short of a mine field...
  • Squawk / Saturday at 2:01 GMT
    Hi Peter please can you review ARYN now that the have a CEO, go back in again at 33 CHF would you see this now a longer term hold and what TP.

    NewCEOKevinTolandfaceschallenges–but
    goodtheleadershipvacuumcomestoanend
    New CEO Mr Toland needs time to fix challenges – we did channel checks
    Aryzta announced the appointment of the new CEO Mr Kevin Toland who may
    start his new role latest in November 2017. According to our first evaluation,
    Mr Toland seems to have a healthy track record in various executive positons
    outside the bakery industry. Post the rec
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  • Video / Friday at 7:35 GMT

    From the Floor: Trump turmoil tempered — #SaxoStrats

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    An absence of further incriminating evidence against US President Donald Trump yesterday saw a rebound in government bonds as well as a slight recovery in equities, albeit primarily driven by biotech. Meanwhile south of the equator, the Brazilian Real ended Thursday down 9% following news that the country's president may have paid bribes.
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    Vity Vity
    true expectations
  • Article / Thursday at 10:00 GMT

    Why long volatility is such a painful trade — #SaxoStrats

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Why long volatility is such a painful trade — #SaxoStrats
    Volatility is on everyone's lips these days as the VIX index hit a record low not long ago, and just prior to yesterday's big jump in volatility due to the ongoing political crisis in the US. Volatility is complicated, but in this research note we lay out the foundations for volatility and how it's traded.
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    Georgio Stoev Georgio Stoev
    Good highlight Pete. As always there's a fear of the unknown, like anything in life take time to investigate before you move in. VIX and VIX...
    4d
    Market Predator Market Predator
    @Peter: great stuff and now because of "political tension VOL spike" (I believe only temporary) really on-topic. Perfect! 😜
    4d
    Peter Garnry Peter Garnry
    Just some quick changes to some of the details. VXX etc. are obviously ETNs and not ETFs. I write "...and realised volatility is below implied volatility at...
  • Video / Thursday at 7:31 GMT

    From the Floor: Trump turmoil sparks broad risk-aversion — #SaxoStrats

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    Political turmoil swirling around US President Donald Trump is spreading a wave of risk-aversion across financial markets, knocking global stocks sharply lower and driving safe-haven government bonds higher. Volatility is up sharply. The word "impeachment" is in the air, but a two-thirds majority in the Senate would be needed to remove the president.
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