The December 2022 Newsletter has now been posted
These three pages are the first of the 24 page December newsletter
Topics in this month's research report are: Commodities: Weak $USD provides little bounce. International Equities: On borrowed time. US & Canadian Equities: Measured strength now, weakness in Q1.
The analysis covers the best-performing commodity group over the last 90 days, the weakening trend in Crude oil, the outlook on gold going into Q1, Copper prices are still falling, the target for the US dollar, international equities show their weakness, emerging markets get no love from the rising $USD, China's downward trend continues, India's BSE breaks out, European market show no direction, the weakening trend for Australia's ASX continues.
The newsletter also covers the brief signs of greed in the US market, the inverted US yield curve, and why there is trouble ahead, consumer inflation starts to peak, pending home sales can't get uglier, downside targets for the NYSE, S&P 500 and the Dow, the outlook for the TSE in Q1, and the best performing sectors of the S&P 500 and the TSX over the last 90 days.
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