Blog/Markets by Sector

Western Share Markets Rebound – Decoupling from China

The Asian contagion that began in Shanghai has now decoupled, leaving Monday the 24th as the low in Europe; it is expected to be the same in the States. A three-day [...]

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Dow Update

In the Dow, we can see that Energy bottomed out so we have a counter-trend at work right now. We do have a pair of Daily Bearish Reversals at 14769. We continue to [...]

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Shanghai Share Market Outlook

Despite the fact that the rally in Shanghai was by no means a real bull market, regardless of the percentage move back up, keep in mind that what goes up big also [...]

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False Move = August Low in Dow

A false move is measured from the high, not current time. Therefore, a FALSE MOVE would be two to three months from the May high in the Dow, which means an August [...]

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Osborne is Destroying the British Real Estate Market

One reason someone like Donald Trump is so popular is because he is not a brain-dead politician with some practical market sense. The establishment based press [...]

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Dow Sharp Drop – CAUTION Highly Warranted

  The Dow has been dropping sharply ever since it elected the first two Weekly Bearish Reversals at 17732 and 17510. The next key Weekly Bearish Reversals to [...]

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Markets in Review

The markets are generally staging quite nicely for the ECM turning point. What generally rises into the turning point turns back down, and that which declines finds [...]

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Chinese Stocks Continue to Collapse as World Economy Prepares for Nosedive

Asian shares have retreated. Even the Nikkei has fallen back to two-year lows, following Chinese shares as they further their sharp correction plunge, dropping so [...]

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Real Estate

QUESTION: Dear  Armstrong, Your work is absolutely brilliant – Thank You. In your paper “a forecast for real estate”, your graph forecasts real [...]

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Confiscating Gold

QUESTION: Hi Martin, Has the banning of items used by people always led to those items becoming more expensive? First thought is the prohibition of alcohol but [...]

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