by Kurt | Oct 3, 2019 | Newsletters
Our message to newsletter readers in July was to watch for an inflection and possible reversal in two international ETFs. That plan appears to be working so far, and one of the funds might already have begun forming a bearish impulse.
by Kurt | Oct 2, 2019 | ETFs, International, Public, Slider
along with cycles analysis
by Kurt | Aug 6, 2019 | ETFs, International, Public
The upward correction probably won’t shoot much higher
by Kurt | Jul 23, 2019 | NewslettersThe corrective moves we’ve been tracking in some international stock ETFs appear to be nearing their end. Both the Italy ETF and the Brazil ETF are following the plan and may soon provide opportunities to catch some strong reversals. As a reader of the free...
by Kurt | Apr 28, 2019 | NewslettersAs you know, readers of our free newsletter get exclusive charts and content. This edition recaps two trades in international stock ETFs that we wrote about in January and that worked really well. And of course we offer a forecast about what comes next with those...
by Kurt | Jan 17, 2019 | ETFs, International, Public, Slider
Time for bears to manage positions
by Tom Pizzuti | May 19, 2018 | ETFs, International, Premium
Since Italy has been in the news lately by finally getting a coalition government formed, I thought it a good time to peek at the ETF covering the Italian equity market. As last time I updated this, it still looks like a decade long triangle either finished or nearly so.
by Tom Pizzuti | Mar 2, 2018 | ETFs, International, Premium
Since there are elections coming up this weekend in Italy, thought it would be a good time to update the big picture charts for this ETF. I have interest in it as it has formed a classic triangle from the 2009 low and may have completed at the start of this year. I also think it can turn into a canary in the mine, a harbinger for the future.
by Kurt | Dec 1, 2017 | ETFs, International, Public, See It Market, Stock indices
Signs that this triangle pattern can break downward
by Tom Pizzuti | Nov 24, 2017 | ETFs, International, Premium
I find the iShares MSCI Italy ETF interesting for two reasons. One, so far, it is a textbook example of a triangle formation that has spanned nearly nine years. Two, if the triangle pattern holds and the Italian markets turn down, could that be a precursor to other European equity markets topping and even mark a turning point in the Euro?
I don’t know if the triangle pattern will hold or if it will be an early warning to other problems on the continent, but it does look like a trading opportunity is nearby.