Weekly Market Outlook September 23, 2018

“Investing is the intersection of economics and psychology.” – Seth Klarman

Pfäffikon SZ, Switzerland – Investors in Europe are particularly concerned about trade tensions between the US and China. Strangely enough, investors in the US are more concerned about the elections. However, what many investors forget is that the stock market is already picking up before the US elections start. This certainly applies in the case of the so-called midterms.

The period of the midterm elections is even the most consistent positive period of three months in the market history of equity markets. Do not be fooled by so-called experts, who say that shares in 2018 no longer have potential. Historically, the likelihood of the stock market increasing further in the fourth quarter is about 90%.

In the coming week, the agenda will be mainly about interest rates (Fed), Brexit and trade tensions.

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