Stock market coach Markus Frick on the current situation August 27, 2009 at the DAX is today relatively little. It lacks the impulses that come first again in the afternoon, when the Americans intervene in the market. Mostly it now assumes that the DAX first enters a correction phase, because the 5.580 points upwards could not be breached. Is once again said that the exchanges have run hot, and that’s why investors hold back. From 14:30 there will be if the estimate for the US GDP and the data of the initial applications for unemployment benefits in the United States published again exciting. Should it come to positive surprises, then the DAX will take again today the 5.580-points mark in attack. Otherwise the K + S share is now one the biggest losers.
A study by Merrill Lynch and then raised worries about an increase in capital, put the stock under pressure. Merrill Lynch analyst Andrew Stott had referred in his study on the continued weak markets for potash salt and then lowered his earnings estimates for 2009 and 2010. Stock he has reduced that rate target for the K + S from 39 to 38 euro. K + S is in my opinion fall even below 30 euro and an investment not arises here. Generally you should reset currently investments, because upward, not much is to pick up. Even if always the end of the crisis is faked us media side, the reality looks quite different. Already, the federal employment agency has hired 5,000 new employees, and in 2010 also will continue this, shows alone already, on what we can expect: unemployment. Markus Frick important dates for today: 08:10: DE; GfK consumer climate study August 14:30: US; GDP second quarter 14:30: US; First-time applications for unemployment benefits week 14:30: US; Corporate profits, 2nd quarter 16:30: US; EIA natural gas report week 17:00: US; Announcement of 3 and 6-month bills 19:00: US; Auction of 7-year Notes 22:30: US; Weekly financial statement quarterly money supply: China Telecom Corp. Ltd. COLEXON Energy AG Constantin Medien AG DEAG Deutsche Entertainment AG Dell Inc.