New, December European Financial Forecast: Sneak Preview
by Editorial Staff
Updated: December 03, 2021
Markets only SEEM “chaotic”
The fact is, markets are ordered -- and therefore predictable.
The root cause of booms and busts in all markets is the same -- investor psychology. Where it goes, markets follow.
So, where is investor psychology goes next? Watch Elliott waves.
In fact, we've done the work for you. If you only invest in Europe, our European Financial Forecast is for you.
For a unique, clear view on 50+ of the world's biggest markets, read (and watch) our new, November Global Market Perspective now.
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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