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Coppock Indicators

A slippery customer

09 January 2015

What's Coppock saying about commodities?

Santa was not in a particularly giving mood this December just passed, and the latest batch of Coppock signals largely confirm the gloominess that surrounds us as 2015 gets underway – with two notable exceptions, unofficial buys (aka cancelled sells) on the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Japanese Topix index. With both near recent highs it would take a brave investor to heed them at present.

Recent articles

  1. Coppock 2014 roundup

    By John Hughman | 04 December 2014

    Another quiet month means a good opportunity to take stock of Coppockā€™s signals

  2. Eerily quiet

    By John Hughman | 06 November 2014

    What felt like an eventful month delivered little on the Coppock front

  3. Sell, sell, sell

    By John Hughman | 10 October 2014

    More sells in September - but should we be paying attention to Coppock's warnings of a topping market?

  4. Developing attraction

    By John Hughman | 11 September 2014

    Coppock market says avoid developed markets, buy emerging ones

  5. Buoyant bonds

    By John Hughman | 08 August 2014

    Coppock says buy bonds, sell equities

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