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One Response to “Global Trend Indicators”

  1. GeorgeBurnsWasRight says:

    Fascinating that no one has commented upon this article.

    Looking at the data, it’s about what I expected, except for the continued rise of bond prices. (I view current bond prices as unsustainable, FYI.)

    My problem is that the recent worldwide stock price declines have seemed inevitable for several months due to widely reported deteriorating global economic conditions. As an investor, I assume it’s part of my job to figure out the future trend in earnings. I’ve been “right” about this, yet the market is still higher than it was when I could foresee the higher corporate earnings trend weakening. Being right has some ego rewards, but I’d truly prefer to be wrong and yet making money over being right and not. I haven’t been able to use technical methods to produce profitable results, either.