BarroMetrics Views: S&P 2015-10-05
The US stock market structure has finally clarified itself. I have decided to record a video about the structure.
For the video go to: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10422981/Blog%20%26%20Newsletter%202015-10-04.wmv
You may wonder why I am suggesting going long at the end of October - the answer is simply this: While I do expect a bear market to begin in Jan 2016, the […]
BarroMetrics Views: S&P 2015-10-05
BarroMetrics Views: Stocks, Bear Market? III
On Friday, we had the most opaque clue about the intermediate-trend direction for the US stock market.
My technical picture comprises of:
Price Structure (includes considerations of volume and momentum).
Price structure is usually the most important. But, in the QE environment, sentiment has been my main focus. For new readers, this […]
BarroMetrics Views: Stocks, Bear Market? II
On Friday, we’ll see how serious is the FED about starting the rate cycle hike. Or will the belief prove correct: that the FED will cave each time the stock market throws a temper-tantrum.
There are certainly crises on the horizon:
The Chinese slowdown has grabbed centre stage. But, except for recent […]
BarroMetrics Views: Stocks, Bear Market?
I’d like to thank firstly those who posted on the blog and those who sent emails enquiring about my health. Happy to advise that I am 80% fit and expect to be at a 100% in about two weeks. What this means is I still can’t sit for over long periods […]
BarroMetrics Views: Greek Parliament Vote
The austerity plan submitted by Tsipras seems to have capitulated to the creditor’s demands. The question is can he get it through the Greek Parliament. I don’t think that will happen if the Left backs up it rhetoric with voting action. I might add, I am in the minority with this view.
Tonight’s vote […]
BarroMetrics Views: Greek Drama Rolls On
And the Greek Drama rolls on.
The Guardian is maintaining live updates (Greek Live Updates). The latest (22 UK) states that ahead of the midnight deadline, the Greek Cabinet sent its proposals to its three creditors and the president of the Euro Group of euro area finance ministers Jeroen Dijsselbloem. The Greek Parliament will vote […]
BarroMetrics Views: The Greek Referendum
The counting is yet to completed but the result seems a foregone conclusion: the “no”s have won by an overwhelming majority. The Greek government believes its hand has been strengthened and the EU will be now be forced to give more favourable terms.
The EU leaders are now between a rock and a […]
BarroMetrics Views: Greek Referendum
First off: A “Happy July 4″ greeting to my US readers.
Turning to the blog…..
As the referendum nears (we’ll know the results by 8:00 am HK time, Monday, July 6), the polls say the result is too close to call. Indeed, the latest polls showed four had the ‘yes’ vote marginally in front, a […]
BarroMetrics Views: Grexit - A Denouement?
A friend of mine, let’s call her Nancy dropped me a line to tell me I had got it all wrong (in Greek Exit - Whither Now). It’s not that the EU leaders had made a dumb mistake by making the referendum one of staying in the EU - it’s that they […]
BarroMetrics Views: Non-Farm July 3 2015
Yesterday, Greece defaulted on the IMF 1.6B Euro payment. I have been unable to find any news to see if the IMF will grant the 30-day grace period for repayment.
Today, the ECB reviews the Emergency Liquidity Assitance to Greek Banks. The next big dates are the July 5 referendum and July 20 […]
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