This video provides the intermediate & long-term outlook for global stock markets via various ETFs. Covered the major developed markets as well as EEM (emerging markets) and a few other countries. ? playback speed can be increased in the settings to reduce video duration Bottom line: The intermediate to longer-term outlook for nearly all global equity markets appears clearly bearish & at this point, it appears to me that although some global markets are still above trend (with some having already broken down) the upside potential in equities is overshadowed by the downside risk in the coming months.
Technical analysis of global stock market via US & global stock market ETFs. Note: I mistakenly stated today as Wednesday in the video instead of Tuesday. playback speed can be increased by 1.25 or 1.5x in the setting to reduce video duration
Technical analysis of major global stock indices including the U.S. markets via various index tracking ETFs. The following country ETFs are covered in this order: SPY (USA) EWJ (Japan) EWG (Germany) EWY (South Korea) EWZ (Brazil) EWC (Canada) EWT (Taiwan) EWU (United Kingdom) EWH (Hong Kong) EWA (Australia) EWW (Mexico) EWL (Switzerland) EWP (Spain) EWI (Italy) EWS (Singapore) EWQ (France) EWM (Malaysia) EWD (Sweden) EWN (Netherlands) EWK (Belgium) EWO (Austria)
The following video provides analysis of 20 global stock markets via the charts of the iShares global ETFs, several of which look to be setting up as attractive swing trading opportunities. Entry points, price targets & key technical levels are highlighted for each.For those wishing to skip ahead to a particular country, the following ETF are covered in this order: EWJ (Japan) EWG (Germany) EWY (South Korea)* EWZ (Brazil) EWC (Canada) EWT (Taiwan) EWU (United Kingdom) EWH (Hong Kong) EWA (Australia) EWW (Mexico)* EWL (Switzerland) EWP (Spain) EWI (Italy) EWS (Singapore) EWQ (France)* EWM (Malaysia) EWD (Sweden)* EWN (Netherlands)* EWK (Belgium)* [...]
By request of a couple of members on the other side of the pond, here's my take on the London FTSE 100, Sydney All Ordinaries & the S&P ASX 200 Composite Indices. Following the recent breakout above significant resistance to new highs, the $FTSE is now back-testing that level, now key support, from above. While this pullback to support could provide an objective long entry with a resumption of the uptrend to following, the charts appear to indicate that the recent breakout is likely to fail with more downside in the coming weeks or months. $FTSE daily Jan 30th [...]