The state of play of the Australian All Ordinaries and US Dow Jones Share Markets
The State of Play of the Australian All Ordinaries and US Dow Jones Share Markets
20th of November, 2020
Economic Cycle followers will not want to miss Investment Committee members Jeremy Calnan and Dr Robert Vagg dissecting the effect of COVID on the long term cycles of the Australian All Ordinaries and US Dow Jones share markets. Dr Vagg outlines his unique method of combining relevant economic cycles to form a composite line for each market.
Specifically they discuss;
Long-term global stock movements since 1875
World markets recoveries from the 2009 lows
The Australian All Ordinaries within the context of the Vagg Lines and long-term Vagg Composite Trend
The long-term Dow Jones price movements within the context of the Vagg Levels and Vagg Composite Trend
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