Hey investors, Mark Galasiewski here.
This is a really exciting juncture in emerging markets. The MSCI Emerging Markets Index is testing the lower line of the trend channel that has contained the index since its inception in December 1987.
A year ago, the index briefly undercut the line before rallying strongly. Will developing nations be as lucky again? A breakdown below the line could have strong implications, not only for developing nations, but also the world.
We have a strong opinion about which way this index is headed next as well as what that means for developing nations as a whole, including Israel and Palestine. In fact, our special section this month presents an Elliott wave perspective on Israel’s war with Hamas.
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