Weekly Market Outlook June 10, 2018

“When money gathers, people will be apart; when money is scattered, people will gather.” – Wang Wenjian

Pfäffikon SZ, Switzerland – The stock market is showing an increasingly exciting picture. Both the Nasdaq and Russel 2000 (small caps) recorded new all-time highs. The Dow is again above 25,000, and the S&P 500 touched the highest point in more than two months. These are not scenarios for a possible crash. In fact, all of our indicators that measure the health of the market show recovery and turned from negative to positive during the past week. Global tensions seem to decrease, which is the main reason of the market movement. The oil price has fallen by as much as 10% in recent weeks.

In the coming week, the focus will be on the meeting between North Korea and the US. Additionally, trade relations in general and the interest rate will demand attention. The interest moves very slowly upwards which will not pose a problem, but it is a point of attention.

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