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Coppock Indicators

Crazy times for Coppock

17 November 2016

Recent political events are yet to show up in Coppock's signals, which paint an overwhelmingly bullish picture

Two weeks ago predictions of a Trump victory were thin on the ground - and as a result Coppock's October readings are largely in line with a continuation of the status quo that the widely predicted election of Hillary Clinton would bring. Clinton did not win, of course, and the unusual market gyrations that we have since seen suggest Coppock's almost uniform bullishness across most asset classes and equity markets is likely to be severely tested.

Recent articles

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    By John Hughman | 13 October 2016

    The lack of new ECB stimulus measures in September brought the European bourse's summer rally to an end

  2. Coppock capitulates

    By John Hughman | 18 August 2016

    Long-term sell signals on US markets have now all fallen by the wayside

  3. Coppock flip flop

    By John Hughman | 14 July 2016

    Rapid investor shifts between periods of risk on and risk off are making Coppock harder to interpret.

  4. Coppock confusion

    By John Hughman | 10 June 2016

    Simultanous buy signals on key equity markets and so-called safe havens such as bonds and gold are a troubling contradiction for investors to contemplate

  5. Coppock indicators: May 2016

    By John Hughman | 05 May 2016

    The indicators paint a bearish picture, but commodities are shining more brightly

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