Europe: Take a Look at Emerging Trends

by Brian Whitmer
Updated: February 09, 2021

We watch 100+ market indicators…

…to give you objective, clear forecasts

You hear mainstream pundits mull over "market fundamentals" all day, every day.

We look at a different set of indicators -- technical indicators. Over 100 of them, to be exact.

Taken together, they combine into a clear, unambiguous market snapshot that you simply won't get almost anywhere else.

Let us show you what we mean inside our latest, February European Financial Forecast. And if you watch global trends, our new Global Market Perspective updates you with forecasts for 50+ of the world's most-watched markets, including Europe.

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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 DAX, FTSE 100 and 200, CAC-40, AEX, SMI, IBEX 35, S&P/MIB, Dow Jones Euro Stoxx 50, RTS, CECE Overall Traded Index, Euro and other featured markets across Europe.

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