Vladimír Urbánek (Kurzy.cz)
Markets  |  September 25, 2012 17:00:51

Bored in the stock market

Today's trading session in the capital markets to calm boring. Some investors cease to believe that the actions of central banks will operate and collect profits. Decline in prices, though others use to purchase, which, in turn means that prices are already moving eighth day trading in a narrow band.

There are exceptions, but unfortunately today mainly negative. Infineon issued a profit warning and decreased earnings estimate for the end of the year and the beginning of 2013. Analysts Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley lowered profit outlook for the automotive industry and shares of Volkswagen, BMW and Daimler responded drop over 2%.

Improved consumer confidence in the U.S. stock markets moved in the afternoon back to green numbers, so PSE closed in the black: PX at 963.90 points (+0,36%). The German DAX added (+0,16%) to 7422 points. The U.S. S & P500 index is at 1460.42 points (+0,24%).

In my opinion, it is good to reduce the proportion of shares in the portfolio in favor of cash and very carefully seek buying opportunities on dips some fundamentally strong shares.

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