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emerging markets

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Emerging Markets just suffered the most aggressive selling purge on record (like almost everything else).

Flows are starting to turn up again.

Similar inflections marked every Major bottoming phase in 20 years – and preceded ALL of EM's biggest historic rallies.

$EEM $MXEF

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post Posted: Apr 2 2020, 12:37 PM
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considering $NYA/$spx had a 92% down day the local aussie indexes are holding up well
am slightly biased bid side a lot of the volatility dissipating




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S&P 500 down 14.0% in March.

Only Oct '08, Aug '98, and Oct '87 were worst going back to the Great Depression.

One year later, S&P 500 was higher 7%, 38%, and 11% after those three horrible months.





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#insiderbuying

" Everyone dumped Stocks in March – *except* smart money Corporate Insiders.

Insiders went on the 2nd largest buying spree in two decades – bigger than March'09, Aug'11 and Dec'18.

The buying has ticked down, as it did after every bottom – they're *fully loaded*.

$ES_F $SPX $SPY
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In Reply To: early birds's post @ Mar 31 2020, 11:22 AM

Hi. After reading MK's post about Russia suspending gold purchases ( thanks Mullokintyre) I'm now avoiding this sector. Hold only 2 gold explorers; sp below my cost, so will hold on as A$ gold price can afford to fall a bit.
Currently Aussie property faces problems ie, closing businesses, large jump in unemployed, Commercial tenants closing shop, Gov legislation "..can't evict non-paying tenant for 6 months;" temporary stop in immigration
levels etc.
Your probably correct in "..borrow more the better.." but I'm a self-funded retiree and loath to ever go back into debt plus I think that whilst the market may rally in April, the bottom has yet to come.
Short term my plan is to sell in May and go-away for ~ 3-4 months.



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not accuse stimulus it self. just think it is too generous . use half of it and keep the rest after 6 months, we might still need little more from Govt, to get aus economy back to it's normal activity.
you are right about every other govt. all doing it to compete each other to printing.....

for gold , i don't like to discus this any more because i done that years back ----argueing with poster name "flower" after GFC looking back gold price just back to there about after that much printing by all major economy.
i reckon gold just like other speculative thing as it lost most of it's "currency" stats after USA back out of bretton woods agreement by Nxon Govt, at 60s

i made mistake not investing in property after GFC , and thought i had chance now to get what i think is right thing and reward. but you have Govt come out with this "whatever it takes" and more
makes me think what i'm trying to be discipline for. it's just "borrow more the better" all over again. wink.gif

anyway, it's just my thoughts.

as asx200 keeps rally i will make some $$$$. keep eye on the current trade try to make buck somewhere.



 
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In Reply To: lgrif's post @ Mar 31 2020, 10:56 AM

MMT .... Fasten seatbelts, because we're going to find out. What's going to go up faster than everything else that's going down?

But first, gotta throw this little big we seem to have picked up.



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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
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Hi EB.
".....my supper gonna suffer this year..."
Chin up EB. I hope your brekkie & lunch ain't also gonna suffer.

re Gov spending, maybe MMT ain't so crazy after all. Whats the consequences if all major economies adopt it for the foreseeable future ? Buy gold, property ?


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"Some will say it is too little, some will say it is too much," Morrison acknowledged.

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wink.gif always say too little---because people all love doing nothing and get paid include me. but i try to be smart and live by means , now i'm so jealous about the people whom borrowed to their necks to invest in properties ........................seems i'm the loser again in this crisis just like i did after GFC. man!!! feel so stupid and bitter !

back to market
seems Govt. around world all going to print heck out of this thingy, so market gonna keeps going up for a while....
asx200 ----5330ish will be smash through and target 5500 then 6000. in near future.
i'm happy with my long atm. that will sooth some of my bitterness !! blush.gif




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