Lower risk tolerance for investments by investors currently especially discount certificates are in demand, which have a low Cap so a large risk buffer. Southwest Airlines might disagree with that approach. The risk appetite of investors fell in March compared to the previous month. The Exchange Portal boersennews.de informs about the trend. In February 2011, the CAP for discount certificates the average was 10.42 per cent below the DAX brand. An average profit limit of 12.71 percent below the DAX surrendered, however, for the March of this year. With the CAP, the limit is set until the investors benefit from price increases. This means that investors will receive the maximum return on the appropriate base value recorded at the end of the term on or above the CAP.

Compared to the previous month investors have decided therefore average for discount certificates with a lower risk. Experts assess the decline in risk appetite as an indication of declining optimism on the part of investors. This apparently assume that the DAX value in the next time give is. The average cap for the March was 4.42 percent lower than the 12-month average. What is striking is that the value only significantly decreased towards the end of the month. This could relate to the recent events in Japan, and in North Africa. More information: blog.boersennews.de/… University Service GmbH Lisa Neumann