Risk ON? Risk OFF? Find Out Where Your Money Lies
EWI's top U.S. analysts and Financial Forecast Editors Steve Hochberg and Pete Kendall have been tracking a "steady global shift to greater financial conservatism over the last 18 months." They have published this new report with urgent information detailing all of their findings.
- Format: Report
- Price: $29.00 FREE
- Available Until: March 14, 2016
See What They See, and Find Out Where Your Money Lies
This brief subscriber-level report provides you with key insights, charts and commentary about some of the indicators that editors Steve Hochberg and Pete Kendall are looking at right now to help their subscribers avoid being caught in a risky position. For instance, MSCI emerging markets are lagging blue chips by a large margin; IPOs are weak no matter how much they are touted; and stock buybacks are losing their luster. Learn more about these important indicators, and what they may mean for your money, inside.
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Meet Your Authors
Steven Hochberg Chief Market Analyst
Steven Hochberg’s analysis keeps subscribers ahead of the trends in U.S. stock indexes, as well as global indexes, bonds, precious metals, the U.S. dollar and the economy. He co-edits our flagship monthly Elliott Wave Financial Forecast and edits our Monday-Wednesday-Friday Short Term Update. One of the world's foremost experts in Elliott wave forecasting, Steven is a sought-after speaker interviewed numerous times for his market views by Barron's, Bloomberg, CNBC, MSNBC, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and other media outlets. Steven began his career at Merrill Lynch and joined EWI in 1994.
Peter Kendall Chief Analyst for U.S. Markets and Cultural Trends
Peter Kendall has been a market analyst and editor at Elliott Wave International since 1992. In 1996, he edited Prechter’s Perspective, a series of interviews drawn from Robert Prechter’s media commentary. In addition to charting the course of the financial markets, he places the markets within the larger context of big-picture Elliott wave trends in social mood. From the heights of skyscrapers and hemlines to the depths of disco and punk rock, Peter’s insights show EWI’s subscribers why these trends are part and parcel of patterned and predictable Elliott waves. Together with Steven Hochberg, Peter co-edits our monthly Elliott Wave Financial Forecast and on occasion contributes to our U.S. Short Term Update. In 2009, together with Robert Prechter, he co-authored The Mania Chronicles.