March 1, 2023: The Technical Speculator Newsletter has now been posted
These three pages are the first of the 24 page March Newsletter
Topics in this month's research report are: Commodities: Few positives as headwinds remain. International Equities: European breakouts build. U.S. & Canadian Equities: Upward movement, for now.
This month's analysis reviews the challenge of advancing that most resource prices have at this junction, the surprise performance of deflationary assets over commodities, the weakening trend for WTI, the outlook for Natural gas in Q2, gold's rollover target, the one positive commodity group and the US dollar slow rebound.
The Newsletter reviews the main trends of global equities, the top performing world equity index over the last 90 days, the emerging markets bounce ends, most Asian equity markets remain range-bound or decline, European indexes finally shine as multiple breakouts occur, and Australia's ASX finds a ceiling at 8,000.
The research report also covers the outlook on the US economy in Q2, the greed indicators are still hot, the inverted US yield curve now sits at 33 weeks, Canada's CPI level is still way too high, the stock bulls are still winning over bonds, the emerging bull trap of the S&P 500, after three attempts to advance, Nasdaq continues to struggle, and the slow lift coming from Canada's TSX.
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