Weekly Market Outlook November 25, 2018

“Sometimes buying early on the way down looks like being wrong, but it isn’t.” – Seth Klarman

Pfäffikon SZ, Switzerland – Relatively low volume caused volatility last week. Investors are driven by the Brexit, the so-called trade war between China and the US and the accrued interest. The Brexit seems to get its shape very slowly. Meanwhile, a trade deal between China and the US could lead to a relief rally. In this context, the G20 summit will be a point of attention coming week.

The Fed will also speak. It is not inconceivable that the Fed will put possible interest rate hikes in 2019 into the refrigerator to accommodate critics. In short: enough ingredients for a resumption of the stock market’s advance. The bull market is still intact, and the economy is running correctly. Hysterical overheated markets –the hallmark of the end of a bull market– are not yet available.

In the next week, the focus will be on the G20 summit in Buenos Aires. However, also the words of Fed chairman Jerome Powell will be weighed. 2019 seems to be the year of the debate on inflation

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