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Opinion – Tuesday 7 February 2023

U.S. Equity Markets closed lower led by the 1.40% fall in the Small Cap Russell 2000. This move lower saw the VIX close higher by 6% while the McClellan Oscillator also closed lower with a -21  print last night. Political tensions with China rose to start the week following the U.S. military’s action to shoot down a suspected Chinese spy balloon. Secretary of State Antony Blinken postponed his previously scheduled trip to China. Bond Yields rose on renewed concerns of a more hawkish Federal Reserve following Friday’s unexpectedly strong jobs report. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said a path for avoiding a U.S. recession this year would rely on inflation continuing its downward trend and a resilient job market. Investors and analysts remain sceptical over the January Jobs Report, citing that seasonal adjustment factors are the primary catalyst for the better-than-expected figure, rather than organic job growth. Within the S&P 500 Index, nine of the 11 sectors finished lower. European Markets closed lower. Euro-Zone Economic Confidence figures for February improved by 9.5 points and “a recession is off the table for the time being,” according to data-analytics firm Sentix, while German Factory Orders for December showed higher-than-expected growth –the latest signal that Europe’s largest economy might avoid an economic downturn. Adding to the gloom was the weaker than expected Euro-Zone Retail Sales for December contracting more than expected – a sign that consumers are still hurting from elevated pricing pressures despite recent easing. Markets finished lower following a hot U.S. jobs report on Friday caused investors to rethink the Fed’s rate-policy timeline (namely, whether it will keep rates higher for longer). The  European Central Bank’s (“ECB”) Robert Holzmann said that inflation remains far too high in the Euro area for the central bank to consider changing its current rate-tightening policy. In Asia, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is said to have approached Bank of Japan Deputy Governor Masayoshi Amamiya about becoming the next Governor, which could continue the central bank’s easy-money policies. The Reserve Bank of Australia raised Interest Rates overnight by 25 basis points to 3.6%, leading to a bounce in the Australian Dollar. Australia-China trade relations are reportedly on the mend after Australia’s Minister for Trade, Tourism, and Investment Don Farrell and China’s Minister of Commerce Wang Wentao held virtual talks to discuss lifting the current trade embargo. Elsewhere, Oil rose 1.46% while Gold closed lower by 0.20%.

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For anyone following my Platinum Service it made 370 points yesterday and is now ahead by 972 points for February after closing January with a gain of 4687 points, while finishing December with a gain of 2054 points. November ended with a gain of 4789 points, while finishing October with a record gain of 9619 points, making 6660 points in September, after closing August with a gain of 2228 points, having made 2660 points in July, following a gain of 3371 points in June. The Service made 3651 points in May, after making 762 points in April, following a gain of 5883 points in March. The Platinum Service made an impressive 5324 points in February, after ending January with a gain of 3878 points, more than making up for December’s 932 points loss. Since I started this New Platinum Service in June 2015 it has averaged a monthly gain of over 1600 points. I have a YouTube Channel which contains recent interviews I have given This can be viewed by clicking 

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Opinion – Monday 6 February 2023

U.S. Markets closed lower on Friday, led by the 1.79% fall in the NASDAQ 100. The U.S. Bureau of Labour Statistics released January's payroll data, which blew away expectations. Nonfarm payrolls added 517,000 and the Unemployment rate fell to a 53 year low at 3.4%,...

Opinion – Friday 3 February 2023

U.S. Equity Markets closed mixed despite the huge 3.56% rally in the NASDAQ 100 as the Dow closed lower by 0.11%. Even though the McClellan Oscillator closed higher at +202 last night, the VIX also rose, closing higher by 5% at a price of 18.73. Jobless Claims fell to...


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