The November Newsletter has now been possted
These pages are the first of the 22 page November newsletter.
Topics in this month's research report are: Commodities: Industrial metals start to shine. International Equities: Mostly positive as Q4 unfolds. U.S. & Canadian Equities: Bull market strength returns. Breakouts!: Two stocks that are starting to advance through solid price resistance.
The newsletter covers the the outlook of the S&P GSCI Commodity Index into 2021, The best performing and the worst performing natural resource over the last 90 days, another new high for the benchmark Dow Jones Global Index, India's BSE outperforms all the world's indexes, South Korea's Seoul Composite breaks out of 19 month consolidation, Europe's indexes still struggling to advance, the pace of Brazil Bovespa's recovery is quickening and Australia's ASX heads to 7300.
Additional research covers the U.S. economy, the rise of the CBOE options ratio sends a signal to the S&P 500, Canada's GDP hits the lowest level on record, short-term pause developing for the major indexes and the energy sector holds on to the worst performing position in the S&P and the TSX. And finally, the rise in COVID-19 cases has only a minor affect on the markets.
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