Maxime Viemont of BNP Paribas Personal Investors presents his ranking of 300 stocks from the Eurostoxx index based on his team’s trend-following quant model. Read more…
The S&P500 needs a break above 1850 to clear the way for a move to 1950, according to Maxime Viemont, head of technical and quantitative strategies and BNP Paribas Personal Investors in Paris. His latest weekly report also includes European stocks, bond and currencies. Read more…
Indian research house, Trend-Wise, has published its outlook for global stocks for 2014 with a particular emphasis on how the Indian market will be impacted. Coverage includes US, European and some Asian charts, and flow analysis.
Paul Desmond of Lowry Research discusses warning signs of stock market tops and his latest research into how best to use the advance/decline line.
Bloomberg’s technical analysis research team publish their global asset allocation outlook for Q1 2014. Markets covered include equities, fixed income, FX and commodities along with assessments of volatility, sentiment, market breadth and Volstall stop and reverse strategies.
The uptrend in the S&P500 should continue into Q1 although optimist sentiment data increases the risk of an intermediate 6-8% pullback, says Ari Wald at Wolfe Research. Any correction should be a buying opportunity as there are currently no signs of a market top.
Michael Sacchitello of Stone & McCarthy Research explains how survey data, the COT report and chart analysis explains how extreme bearish sentiment is set to interrupt the long-term bearish outlook for US Treasuries.
Wiley has published a new book on mathematics for the financial markets. Its author, Alain Ruttiens, founder and asset manager of Luxembourg-based hedge fund Neuron sarl, says his aim was to deliver a sophisticated ‘first entry’ book.
Although the equity bull trend remains intact, it is beginning to look a bit long in the tooth, says Robin Griffiths of Investment Research of Cambridge and ECU Group. His World Investment Strategy for January 2014 also includes detailed analysis of bonds, commodities, and FX.
Walter Zimmermann at ICAP in the US presents a report on long-term market cycles for the US dollar, Euro, Dow, gold, and commodities indices. Included is Zimmermann’s analysis of the US stock market index which sees in a low in the Dow every 7.5 years, the next one being due in 2016.