Tag Archives: Charts

Charts That Count: QE QED

Since the collapse of Lehman Brothers the story of the world’s attempts to stop the financial crisis turning into a Great Depression has been dominated by central banks’ balance sheets. John Authers describes how this averted total disaster and sparked … Continue reading

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Five markets charts for investors – FT

The FT markets team’s focus this week: a Chinese stocks rally, the sovereign debt market being crowded by central banks’ bonds re-purchasing programmes, trades with zero yield climb to $11tn, and US money supply growth might mean the bull market … Continue reading

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Chart Gazing

Let’s take a look at the sector ETF charts. Most still look like they are just beginning a correction of the almost vertical move since the beginning of the year.   Only the financial ETF has successfully tested its 50-day.  The … Continue reading

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Chart Gazing

We take a look of some of the more interesting charts in the various assets, indicies, and commodities we cover. Apple Probably the most talked about death cross in ages.  Apple’s 50-day moved through its 200-day moving average last week … Continue reading

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Industrial Commodities Swan Diving

Take a look at  copper,  lumber, and rubber.   Down big.   What does it mean?   No doubt a reflection of a slowing global economy and confirms the contracting manufacturing PMIs in many of the emerging economies.   Hard landing in China?   Don’t … Continue reading

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Can You Say “Dubya” Bottom?

That sure looks like a W bottom on the S&P500,  no?  Not the classic trajectory and confirmation, not to mention the compressed time frame, but you’ve got to respect the price action.  The macro swans are still out, so the … Continue reading

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