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Global Market Updates and Forex Data

February 9th, 2011 · Comments Off on Global Market Updates and Forex Data

Global stock market data and charts including the ASX All Ordinaries, Dow Jones, CAC40, DAX, NZSE 50 Nikkei, Hang Seng, KLSE and Shanghai A & B. Also exchange rate and Forex updates covering USD/AUD, USD/JPY, GBP/EUR, EUR/USD and more.

ASX All Ordinaries, ASX 200, ETF Gold & Dow Jones charts for 2010

January 7th, 2011 · 7 Comments

Now that 2010 is behind us, let’s look at some stock market charts for last year and see if we can pick up any trends that might be of some use  as 2011 unfolds. Do the charts reflect a booming Australian economy and set the scene for a bull market in 2011? Or should we be a little more cautious?

Australian stock market outlook for 2011

January 4th, 2011 · 26 Comments

As another year starts it’s time for me to make another stock market forecast, one which I will probably regret making in just a few months time. Generally speaking, I expect that 2011 is not going to be particularly kind to the Australian economy and therefore my Australian stock market forecast is not going to make market bulls very happy.

A quick look at 52 week high and low stock prices: December 2010

December 31st, 2010 · 8 Comments

After some promising gains in the first part of 2010 the Australian stock market closed down today to finish the year basically unchanged. In plain English the share market essentially did nothing in 2010 and so if the Australian economy is really booming, then this is not being reflected in the performance of the ASX All Ordinaries or S&P/ASX 200.

Economic indicators, the Australian economy and the stock market

December 15th, 2010 · 16 Comments

As the year has progressed I have noticed that my view of the Australian stock market and economy has become increasingly at odds with most of the mainstream market commentators back in Australia.  Whereas they see reasons to be optimistic and feel the economy is robust, I feel the situation is quite different and believe the Australian economy is dangerously unbalanced and possibly primed for a nasty correction.

ASX All Ordinaries drifts sideways, the NBN and political turmoil

November 25th, 2010 · 4 Comments

Over the last few months it has become increasingly difficult to write about the Australian stock market simply because not much has been happening.  During the last 12 months the market has basically moved sideways with just the occasional dip or rally to break up the boredom.

43 ways to spend the National Broadband Network’s $43 billion

November 2nd, 2010 · 18 Comments

I have been a vocal critic of the National Broadband Network for a long time and was talking about what a mess it would be way before the mainstream media woke up.  So to further illustrate my point I have put together a list of  areas or ways where I believe the taxpayers $43 billion could be better spent and deliver better outcomes for the Australian people.

Charts analysis: ASX 200, All Ords, BHP, GMI, ETF GOLD and Oil & Gas

October 11th, 2010 · 5 Comments

The Australian stock market has been trading in a fairly narrow range since hitting a yearly low in late May, however over the last few weeks it has pressed above 4600 and we could see it move further towards 5000 in the weeks ahead.  In addition some interesting trends are emerging in terms of gold, oil and gas prices and and they might be giving us a good indication of where the market is heading next.

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September 24th, 2010 · Comments Off on About the Site

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Stock market charts: ASX All Ordinaries, CBA, BHP and HVN

September 4th, 2010 · 4 Comments

If you are confused about the conflicting  reports regarding the Australian economy and outlook for the stock market you are not alone.  Much of this confusion is caused by financial journalists who one day are talking about a double dip recession and then suddenly switch to chirping about a robust Australian economy once some positive economic data appears.

A quick look at 52 week high and low stock prices: August 2010

August 11th, 2010 · 10 Comments

Today the Australian stock market is slipping back towards 4500 as once again investors are becoming concerned that the feeble global economic recovery is faltering. But rather than focus on the short term movement of the stock market let’s once again look at the 52 week share prices of some commonly held Australian stocks.

Oil, gold, the Dow Jones and the ASX All Ordinaries.

July 29th, 2010 · 8 Comments

Despite a fairly nasty stock market correction over the last few weeks the Australian market did not fall anywhere near the lows of March 2009 and as I have been saying for nearly a year, we won’t see those levels again for some time,  if ever.  So now that the market correction appears to be over, what are stocks, oil and gold prices likely to do during the next few months.

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