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Inside EWI's April 2012 Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast...

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
Fri, 30 Mar 2012 18:15:00 ET
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It's been three years since March 2009, when our Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast turned bullish on the Asian-Pacific region.

Most emerging markets in Asia have since then continued to support that bullish view: Many regional stock indexes have advanced in the impulsive Elliott wave pattern we expected.
 
Of course, markets do go through periods of regress. How soon should you expect one to begin -- if at all?
 
The new, April 2012 Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast gives you a specific answer on page 1.
 
Also in the April 2012 issue:
 
Overview: We've noticed that secondary indexes in most regional markets -- like Thai and Malaysian small-cap stocks -- now lag their larger-cap peers. Volume and momentum across the region likewise show a distinct signature. We saw a similar picture in early 2011 in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka -- and we tell you what that means today for the trend ahead.
 
Apple, Inc. (AAPL) Update: The March 2012 issue of our Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast gave a forecast for AAPL because the company has become a global bellwether. The April issue gives you an important update. Announcing the new dividend, Apple’s CEO stated that, “We don’t see ceilings to our opportunities.” We show you a unique chart with the 42-week "rhythm" AAPL has been exhibiting -- and tell you the "what" and "when" to expect from that price move.
 
Nikkei 225: Japan's stock prices have spent the past two years bumping against the upper line of the trend channel we see. We tell you if it's likely to push through, higher -- or bounce off and fall.
 
Japanese Stock Focus: Fanuc, Ltd.
Manufacturing giant Fanuc is the 2nd-largest component in the Nikkei 225. You get the stock's latest Elliott wave count plus our analysis of what it implies for the Nikkei itself.
 
Hang Seng: Hong Kong stocks have been mired in a large-degree Elliott wave triangle. We tell you which of the 5 legs should start next.
 
Hong Kong Stock Focus: Tencent Holdings
China’s largest Internet company is worth about half the value of Facebook. A bellwether stock for Hang Seng, Elliott wave patterns in Tencent Holdings send a clear message for the entire index.
 
Shanghai Composite: Shanghai’s Financials index has led the recent decline. We tell you whether or not it still shows weakness, and what that implies for the broad index. Also, learn why our socionomic analysis suggests that China's Communist party should face hard times ahead.
 
S&P CNX Nifty Index: A recent Asia-Pacific cover of the Economist shows that sentiment towards India remains pessimistic. Electoral victories by opposition parties in two key provinces in March also show that the social mood remains low in India. Now, get our take on it.
 
ALSO in the April Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast, you get the latest Elliott wave updates for:
 
  • Australia ASX All Ords
  • New Zealand NZSE All Ords
  • Singapore FTSE Straits Times
  • Korea KOSPI
  • Taiwan Index
  • Sri Lanka CSE All Shares
  • Pakistan KSE 100
  • Thailand SET
  • Philippines PSEi
  • Malaysia KLCI
  • Indonesia JCI 

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The Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast (monthly)
Editor Mark Galasiewski's insightful and useful commentary on stocks in Japan, China, India, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea and more, plus the region's financial and social trends has prompted one subscriber to write that Mark clearly has his "finger on the pulse of the local scene here."
 
The Asian-Pacific Short Term Update (Tue, Thu, Sun)
Timely analysis and forecasts for the major stock indexes in Japan, China, India, Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong, plus occasional updates for Taiwan, Korea and other Asian-Pacific nations. Editor and award-winning market technician Chris Carolan keeps you abreast of market moves between the monthly Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast issues, while also providing valuable commentary on debt and forex markets.
 
The Elliott Wave Theorist (monthly)
Trusted since 1979, Bob Prechter’s straight-talking Elliott Wave Theorist is the bedrock of EWI analysis. Delightfully contrary, refreshingly logical and downright accessible, the Theorist is a must-read for every independent investor. You get thought-provoking analysis and forecasts on the intermediate- and long-term direction of the financial markets, critical trends in investor psychology plus timely in-depth research and insights you’re guaranteed not to get from any other source.  
 

 

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