Tag Archives: Indicator Species

EM – The Indicator Species Of Tighter Global Money?

Interesting discussion on EM last week on Bloomberg TV. See our comment yesterday on EM as one of the indicators species of tight global monetary policy.

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Watch the Hang Seng

We’ve posted many times on this blog about how the Hang Seng Index is one of our indicators species for global risk appetite.  The index usually leads global markets on the downside and turns up before most. While all eyes … Continue reading

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Hang Seng Bounces, Sets Up Santa Claus Rally

Nice rebound in the Hang Seng, which was threatening to break the neckline of a head and shoulders pattern.  As one of our indicator species for global risk,  the Hang Seng recovery paves the way for a Santa Claus rally … Continue reading

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Hang Seng Index – Indicator Species for Global Risk?

We like to look at Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index as the “indicator species” for global risk appetite.   Over our 25 years of trading, we have noticed that the Hang Seng tends to lead most risk markets and is … Continue reading

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