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Emerging Markets To Begin a New Uptrend?
Special excerpt from the new, April issue of our monthly Asian-Pacific Finanical Forecast

By Editorial Staff
4/22/2014 10:00:00 AM

Most global emerging markets have trended sideways-to-lower in U.S. dollar terms for almost 3 years, as this chart shows you. However, emerging Asia has diverged from the other emerging markets. We view that divergence as bullish. Here's why...

Filed Under: Asia Dollar Index, Chinese markets, Elliott wave, emerging markets, financial forecast, forecasts, Indian markets, market forecasts, stock indexes, Taiwan index, technical analysis

Category: Asian Markets

Will Thailand Follow Ukraine's Stock Market Path -- UP?
Why the answer is deeply significant to the future of Thailand.

By Nathaniel Williams
3/12/2014 9:00:00 AM

Many observers are asking this question: Will Thailand be the next Ukraine? But few are asking this potentially more significant question: Will Thailand be the next Ukraine -- in the area of investments? Elliott Wave International's new, March Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast tackles this question head on...

Filed Under: emerging markets

Category: Asian Markets

Nikkei 225: Why the May 2013 Crash Was Just a Correction
The triangle interpretation of the price action since May 2013 has served Elliott wave investors well for seven months.

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
1/6/2014 4:15:00 PM

Before it dropped 7.3% on May 22, 2013 -- “one of its worst single-day declines in decades (WSJ) -- the Nikkei 225 was up 50.3% on the year, and up 12.7% in May alone. By the time the carnage was over, the Nikkei had fallen from near 16,000 to near 12,500 -- all in a matter of about three weeks. Yet, as dire as it looked at the time, here is why it became clear to us that the crash was only part of a correction.

Filed Under: Asian-Pacific Short Term Update, Bank of Japan, bull market, Elliott wave, Nikkei, technical analysis, trade targets

Category: Asian Markets

Two Different Markets, Two Different Explanations, But Only One Pattern
If Typhoon Haiyan affected Philippine stocks, why does this other market look nearly identical?

By Nathaniel Williams
12/23/2013 9:15:00 PM

Conventional wisdom says that the Typhoon Haiyan tragedy should have a severe impact on the Philippines Stock Exchange. If so, why does this other market look nearly identical?

Filed Under: market myths

Category: Asian Markets

Israel and Iran: Leaving the Dark Days Behind
See the chart that shows how these nations are more similar than they think

By Editorial Staff
12/20/2013 3:15:00 PM

The deeply rooted distrust between Israel and Iran continues to divide these two Middle Eastern nations. But they are more similar than they think, in terms of social mood and the Wave Principle.

Filed Under: Asian-Pacific Short Term Update, Elliott Wave Principle, social mood, socionomics

Category: Asian Markets

A Big Call for a Skyrocketing Chinese Internet Stock
Qihoo 360 Technology soars into the financial heavens

By Bob Stokes
11/26/2013 3:00:00 PM

Chinese Internet stocks have been on a tear, and one has skyrocketed past the moon and into the financial heavens. EWI's Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast was there for liftoff and continues to provide insights into this explosive sector.

Filed Under: Chinese markets, Elliott wave, market forecasts, Shanghai Composite Index

Category: Asian Markets

Nikkei 225: Upside Breakout or a Head Fake?
Prices move northward from a triangle formation

By Bob Stokes
11/12/2013 3:30:00 PM

Japan's Nikkei 225 turned in a strong Nov. 12 session with prices trying to break free from a congested trading range. Is this the breakout that bulls have been waiting for?

Filed Under: Asian-Pacific Short Term Update, Chris Carolan, Elliott wave, Nikkei

Category: Asian Markets

China's Constant Hunger for Natural Resources
The Baltic Dry Index suggests a new surge in China's growth story

By Bob Stokes
10/25/2013 3:30:00 PM

China's drive to obtain natural resources appears to be as strong as ever. Even the nation's revered panda bears appear to be bargaining chips. Learn about a forecast of an index by our Asian-Pacific analyst at the start of a 168% upward move.

Filed Under: Baltic Dry Index, Chinese markets, economic indicators, Elliott wave

Category: Asian Markets

India’s Sensex: Severe Setback Doesn’t Mean It’s Time to Hit the Panic Button
See the benefit of objective Elliott wave analysis

By Nathaniel Williams
9/27/2013 1:15:00 PM

Indian stocks had a severe setback in late July. If you follow conventional analysis, it was the perfect time to hit the panic button. But EWI's Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast took a radically different approach…

Filed Under: Indian Rupee, SENSEX

Category: Asian Markets

Why Did Bangladesh Stocks Rise 30 Percent after the Building Collapse?
Learn why a seemingly unconventional market move was predictable, with the right tools

By Nathaniel Williams
8/26/2013 8:45:00 PM

By all accounts, Bangladesh's Dhaka General Index should have plummeted after the April 2013 industrial disaster. But that's not what happened. Instead, it surged 30% in less than three months. Could you have anticipated this seemingly unconventional market move? Yes, with the right tools.

Filed Under: emerging markets

Category: Asian Markets

Australia's Dysfunctional Politics and its Stock Market
What the return of Australia's once and future Prime Minister portends for the ASX All Ordinaries

By Nathaniel Williams
7/19/2013 5:15:00 PM

Australia's tale of two depositions is fascinating. But it is important less for its political intrigue -- and more for what it says about Australia's stock market.

Filed Under: ASX All Ordinaries

Category: Asian Markets

The Nikkei's (Not So Cute and Cuddly) Bear Market
Is the end of the market's downtrend finally here?

By Nico Isaac
7/2/2013 6:00:00 PM

Since soaring to a near 13-year high in late May, Japan's Nikkei 225 bellwether index plunged 20%-plus to enter official grizzly territory. This move down went entirely against its fundamental script, which anticipated the stay of Abenomics to keep the NIkkei's upside well supported.

Filed Under: Bear market, Elliott wave, fundamental analysis, Nikkei

Category: Asian Markets

Super Swoon in the Shanghai Composite Index
Soaring interest rates did not kick the bottom out from under China's stock market

By Nico Isaac
6/24/2013 5:30:00 PM

On the evening of June 23, stargazers across the globe beheld the aptly named Supermoon. The largest (i.e., closest to the earth) full moon of the year emitted a bright, pinkish glow to also earn the nickname Strawberry moon. The next morning on June 24, stock gazers took in a similar spectacle: a Superswoon in Asian stock markets that emitted a similarly bright, reddish glow across the board

Filed Under: Asian-Pacific Short Term Update, Chinese markets, Shanghai Composite Index

Category: Asian Markets

Was Abenomics Behind Japan's Stock Market Rally or Not?
The answer depends not on who you ask -- but when

By Nathaniel Williams
6/7/2013 5:15:00 PM

Did Abenomics cause the Nikkei's seemingly inexplicable 70% rally, or did it have a negative impact? The answer depends not on who you ask -- but when.

Filed Under: Nikkei

Category: Asian Markets

The Nikkei's Massive Plunge: Get a More Satisfying Explanation
The Nikkei's price charts have been telling the whole story all along – if you could see it

By Nathaniel Williams
5/23/2013 6:00:00 PM

Here's what we said in early May: "The [Nikkei] has continued advancing on lower momentum and volume than seen earlier in the rally. In addition, sentiment as measured by the Nikkei 225 Daily Sentiment Index, remains near elevated levels that have coincided with significant tops in the past. Thus, our main indicators are signaling that the rally since late 2012 is near its end." So, what happened? On May 23, the Nikkei dropped more than 7%.

Filed Under: Asian-Pacific Short Term Update, Elliott Wave Principle, Nikkei

Category: Asian Markets

Spotting Trend Reversals in Real Time: Here’s an Example of How We Do It
See how the Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast anticipated a market top in Bangladesh

By Nathaniel Williams
5/22/2013 5:00:00 PM

EWI's Asian-Pacific analyst saw that, in 2010, the Dhaka General Index had completed a five-wave impulse, a typical Elliott wave pattern that precedes a correction. Moreover, the index had also risen five waves from its 1999 high -- meaning that it had topped at two degrees of trend. The implications were clear: The Dhaka General was in for a sharp correction. What happened next?

Filed Under: emerging markets, market forecasts

Category: Asian Markets

U.S. Stocks Are Hot. What Does That Mean for India and China?
Sometimes global markets move in tandem, and sometimes they don't.

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
5/8/2013 4:30:00 PM

Think back to 2007 and early 2008, before the worst of the financial crisis. Perhaps you recall this major investment belief: Even if the West took a dive, emerging markets would save the day. But when the crisis hit, emerging markets crashed right along with the developed ones. Still, there were a few important nuances. For example...

Filed Under: central banks, Chinese markets, Elliott wave, Elliott Wave trading, emerging markets, fundamental analysis, Indian markets, Shanghai Composite Index

Category: Asian Markets

Australia's Banking Boom: Knock on Wood
How Elliott wave analysis -- not luck -- propelled the ASX 200's rally to five-year highs

By Nico Isaac
5/6/2013 6:00:00 PM

In April 2013, use of the 'b' word -- as in "bubble" showed up in a surprising region of the world: the Australian banking sector. Turns out that major Aussie lenders have enjoyed a powerful upswing since the start of the year. As a recent Wall Street Journal article wrote: "It's astonishing given the size of Australia, its population, economy and banking system, relative to other countries like the US, China, Japan and the UK."

Filed Under: Asian-Pacific Short Term Update, ASX All Ordinaries, banks, credit crisis, Elliott wave, financial forecast

Category: Asian Markets

Bears Continue to Take a Giant Bite Out of Apple
Our charts reveal why professional analysts never saw the 40% freefall in Apple shares coming.

By Nico Isaac
4/18/2013 5:30:00 PM

Last September, with Apple Inc. shares soaring into the outergalactic $700 region, the mainstream experts tightened their grip on the upside. But instead of going to the moon, AAPL crashed back to earth in a 40% selloff to the 16-month lows we see today. One question remains: How could the professional analysts have gotten it so wrong?

Filed Under: Bear market, Bob Prechter, Elliott wave, Elliott Wave Theorist, herding, mutual funds, Robert Prechter

Category: Asian Markets

How News Corp. Stock Doubled – Despite the Phone-Hacking Scandal
See why News Corporation's meteoric rise is important right now

By Nathaniel Williams
4/2/2013 1:30:00 PM

While most stock watchers believed that News Corporation's phone-hacking scandal in 2011 would torpedo its stock price, EWI's analyst surveyed the chart and saw a different future for the intermediate term, which also supports his analysis of Australian markets in general.

Filed Under: ASX All Ordinaries, social mood

Category: Asian Markets

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