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    Default Dow down again!!!...but this Duck hasn't lined up either yet

    I'm a great fan of sentiment indicators as leading indicators ..they have this ability of picking up (or causing) events just before they happen..Personally, I see sentiment indicators as a reflection of Animal Herd survival instinct behaviour.

    Todays article Kirk Lindstrom uses economic sentiment indicators and as at 4th August sees no negative turns, thus concluding it probably be another shallow bull market correction and nothing more sinster (steep cyclic reversal)



    The Dow Economic Sentiment Index Supports A Higher Market
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    Thanks Hoop for this thread; pricks my insular little bubble

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    Is it time to become defensive and look for undervalued industries? I think so.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/11023747/Investors-fret-about-overvalued-stocks.html


    Investors fret about 'overvalued' stocks

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    Shanghai Index was the Original Goldilocks in this thread...China was the first major market to lead us out of the 2008/2009 Global Bear market...but the growth turned out to be unsustainable and while the rest of the Equities moved up China faltered until 2015's brief severe Bull market cycle and subsequent bust..
    China effect being Number 2 in the world will be felt around the world. Its Australia and New Zealand's biggest customer too.

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    An extraordinary week, shrugging off Brexit and markets go on a bender.

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    FTSE weekly (what Brexit?)

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    DOW and SP500 weekly (what Brexit?)

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    Shanghai weekly (well, not a bender, more like no reaction! what Brexit?)

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    Update with BaaBaa's post

    The charts below (except MIB IBEX Nikkei) have bullish ascending triangle patterns and some have broken out..(Sensex had a symmetrical triangle)
    The Countries with debt problems Italy Spain and Japan..their sharemarket charts show bearish descending triangle patterns..

    Interesting ...huh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoop View Post
    Update with BaaBaa's post

    The charts below (except MIB IBEX Nikkei) have bullish ascending triangle patterns and some have broken out..(Sensex had a symmetrical triangle)
    The Countries with debt problems Italy Spain and Japan..their sharemarket charts show bearish descending triangle patterns..

    Interesting ...huh

    Great charts Hoop.

    If you have a medium-long term perspective.

    Then keeping your eye on Japan, Spain & Italy for a new bull market would show up some great opportunities.

    Last edited by The Tape Trader; 03-08-2016 at 10:52 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tape Trader View Post
    Great charts Hoop.

    If you have a medium-long term perspective.

    Then keeping your eye on Japan, Spain & Italy for a new bull market would show up some great opportunities.



    Yep getting in at the ground floor and ride the bull all the way up...one would make heaps....seldom happens though as people get too negative when times are bad and its usually when times are bad that the sharemarket reverses..

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