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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.

Open up the pages of our Global Market Perspective and learn what our analysts are sharing with subscribers. You can do so risk-free for 30 days.

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Cotton Futures: From Multi-Year High -- TO -- Decade Low. It's Not About the Virus!

In mid-2018, news stories about cotton led traders to expect a rally. Yet our June 2018 Monthly Commodity Junctures anticipated a very big decline. See what actually happened, via Chart of the Day.

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Chinese Yuan and Hong Kong Stocks: What's Next?

The yuan's been gaining against the greenback, fulfilling our long-standing forecast. The Elliott wave pattern in the Hang Seng, Hong Kong's flagship stock index, is also telling. Watch our Asian-Pacific market expert explain more.

Think Coronavirus Caused the Crash? These Two Charts Beg to Differ

The Dow fell to a low on March 23, yet daily new COVID-19 cases continued higher with a peak 43,438 new cases on April 7. By then, the Dow had already rebounded strongly, up 22% from its low. See for yourself why the market led and the virus followed.