Why Global Investors Should Pay Attention to “Non-Confirmations”
“Markets almost always splinter when big changes in social mood are afoot”
by Bob Stokes
Updated: March 23, 2020
Prepare Now for a Major Global Monetary Event
If EWI’s analysis is correct, the next major global monetary event will be deflation.
Deflation is rare.
The 2007-2009 global financial crisis was a brush with deflation. The last “all-out” deflation was in the early 1930s. No doubt – you know what happened then. It was a financially scary time – to say the least.
Get insights into why you should get ready now for another deflationary episode.
The global stock market downturn is a lesson in how quickly financial conditions can change.
Now – prepare for what’s likely next.
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Forget the Fed -- Watch the Waves
The Federal Reserve, and to a lesser degree the European Central Bank, have dominated the conversation about interest rates lately. But watch our Interest Rates Pro Service analyst Ivo Zhelev apply textbook Elliott waves to forecast the price of the UK's Long Gilt -- and, by extension, UK interest rates -- without a single glance at central bank statements.
Why a U.S. Recession May Foil Economists’ Expectations
A recent survey reveals positive expectations for the economy by a group of "professional forecasters." Learn why you may not want to bet the farm on that expectation. This chart compares leading economic indicators around the time of past recessions with what's going on now.
Gold Mining Stocks Lead Gold Lower: What’s “Fundamentals” Got to Do with It?
In mid-April, gold mining stocks led by VANECK GOLD MINERS ETF turned down from one-year highs to 3-month lows in May. Gold followed, reversing from all-time highs on May 4 to multi-month lows on May 25. We don't need another "fundamental" explanation for why.