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We are starting to see the stronger seasonal, statistical and cycle dates coming into play also. Hang on to your hats it’s going to get bumpy. For more on this please find attached this week’s Market Report looking at the Aussie and US markets.
Read more about Stock Market Commentary – US and ASX Market Report 31 Oct 2016
The week ahead sees the 29th anniversary (19th October 1987) of the 1987 Crash. The Dow fell 508 points or 22.6% in one day its largest ever one day % fall. All markets around the world followed suit falling very strongly and this is a time never to be forgotten as to how quickly things can happen.
October is a month which strikes fear into the hearts of investors because of a number of massive falls that have taken place during the month. The Crash in 1929 & the 1987 Crash were both in October and anyone involved in the markets would have heard of one or both of these. However October generally is a positive month for...
Read more about Stock Market Commentary – US and ASX Market Report 03 Oct 2016
The previous week the Aussie market POPPED and this week just gone the US markets POPPED on Friday with the largest fall since BREXIT. We have been on alert for this and its finally occurred. The Australian market has been leading the way for a change.
Australian and US Market Commentary 18 July 2016 – Will the new all-time highs in both S&P 500 and Dow Jones last?
New all-time highs in both the S&P 500 (2169.05) and the Dow Jones (18,557.43) were made on Friday after making new highs each day of the week. It took almost 14 months to surpass the previous all-time highs (2134.72 & 18,351.36) and even then we are only 1.6% & 1.1% above these levels.
Déjà vu is the phenomenon of having the strong sensation that an event or experience currently being experienced has already been experienced in the past. First we are a week after the Federal election and we still don’t know who is leading the country. Second this is ...
Australian Market (XJO) and US Markets (S&P 500 & DJIA) Commentary - Since when was it bad to have volatility?
Have you noticed that there is no middle ground anymore? It’s all one way or the other. A case in point is the way in which the general media report what goes on in the markets locally and from overseas. It’s either the best performance for the year and the market can do no wrong as it moves higher on the day or its Armageddon...