Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes
by Nico Isaac
Updated: February 04, 2020
Does "Bad News" Drive Markets Down?
You just saw a clear answer from Australia's housing market.
So ... here's the better question: Does "news" drive markets at all? The simple answer is no. Investors who rely on news to make financial decisions are permanently a step behind.
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Is the coronavirus really to blame for market mayhem? Might the chaos present opportunities for astute investors? EWI's Chief Asian-Pacific Analyst Mark Galasiewski and Socionomics Institute Director Matt Lampert explain how you can get answers.
Did you know that the largest two epidemics of the past two decades -- SARS and Swine Flu -- did not crash the stock market. In fact… well, we won't spoil the surprise. Watch our Asian-Pacific market expert, Mark Galasiewski, explain why the coronavirus outbreak may not be "bad news" for investors.
The “golden ratio” is often found in the chart patterns of financial markets and often marks a key juncture. EWI’s Head of Global Research pinpoints not only one, but two “golden ratio” junctures in this chart.