The December 2018 Technical Speculator newsletter has now been posted.
This page is the first of the 18 page newsletter.
In this month's research report, the topics are: Commodities: The last holdout breaks down. International Equities: Short-term weakness still prominent. U.S. & Canadian Equities: Short-term ugly, long-term bullish. Breakouts!: Two of the best looking charts this month.
The newsletter covers the current downward slide of natural resources, the next support level for WTI, the ongoing slide in industrial metals, the next upside target for the US dollar, the best performing world index (should be no surprise), the upward strength of India's BSE and Brazil's Bovespa.
In addition, a closer look at the decline in US and Canadian index, key economics charts, the US Yield Curve, the main support levels for the S&P 500 and the Dow, the sectors that are outperforming and the outlook going into 2019.
For the full report, go to www.technicalspeculator.com, click on member login and follow the links to the December newsletter. Enjoy.