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US turns bearish - expect the rest of the world to follow
20th October: The S&P500 is decidedly bearish as are many bellwether stocks: JNJ, HD, UTX, to name a few. The Dow 30 is ambiguous. However, I would give priority to the S&P. Europe is also weak. Bullish target is cancelled. Japan is on the cusp of a bearish breakout. Hong Kong is drifting in a channel. China and Thailand still looks bullish but I would not expect much if the global trend remains bearish. One lesson from 2008: if the US tumbles, the rest of the world follows sooner or later.


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World still basically bullish

29th September: A few grey clouds here and there around the globe: oil, gold and silver are looking quite bearish for the next quarter or two. But otherwise, equity markets are mostly bullish. 

China, Hong Kong and Japan have the greatest upside potential. Thailand and India look strong. Philippines and Indonesia are testing previous highs. Malaysia and Singapore are drifting nowhere, as is Europe at the moment. 

The Yen is well supported at the current level, as is the Euro. Both of these currencies are likely at their year lows. 
 

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