China, India: Richer or Poorer?
by Editorial Staff
Updated: September 08, 2021
In investing, if you're not early… you're probably late
Generally, by the time you see a "new" market trend in the news, it's no longer new.
That goes for both bullish AND bearish opportunities.
Right now, our experts are watching opportunities most investors don't even know about -- yet. But you can join a smaller, far more prepared group.
If you only invest in Asia, our Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast gives you monthly guidance.
Invest globally? Try our Global Market Perspective.
Subscribe to either one now -- and see our big-picture Elliott wave counts for China's and India's stock markets.
Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast
At the beginning of each month, you get a 30-60 day look ahead at the markets. With insightful charts and text, this publication lays out expected trends and turns in this region.
Coverage includes the Nikkei 225, ASX200, Hang Seng, Shanghai Composite, S&P Nifty, SENSEX, Strait Times Index, MSCI Singapore, MSCI Taiwan, TAIEX, KOSPI and more
Global Market Perspective
Gives you clear and actionable analysis and forecasts for the world’s major financial markets.
Get insights for the U.S., European and Asian-Pacific main stock indexes, precious metals, forex pairs, cryptos (including Bitcoin), global interest rates, energy markets, cultural trends and more.
In March-April 2020, experts from Wall Street to OPEC saw one scenario for the future: a collapse in demand that ensured the energy sector “will never be the same.” Now see the forecast that got it right.
Conventional wisdom says that shockingly bad news will derail a rising stock market, and that extraordinarily good news will stop a downtrend. However, financial history tells another story. Let's look at instructive examples -- both from the past and presently.