Maurizio looks ahead: A wind of reflation to impact the world economy
By Maurizio Sanci – 25 November 2016, Geneva – Switzerland.
(editor: Maurizio Sanci is a seasoned investment specialist with a unique blend of “technical & macro charts with investment knowhow”. After following his market research over the past four years, I’ve invited Maurizio to share his personal views on our website. Such excellent thought-provoking research has to be shared openly. I believe investment advisors with an independent mind as our guest specialist, Maurizio, can add a lot of value to critical investors that look for non-consensus views. I remind you that Maurizio’s views are his own and they do not necessarily reflect mine. Christian Takushi MA UZH )
A wind of reflation is about to impact the world economy
You shall find below several technical & macro charts that I found interesting during the current month. They represent my personal thoughts and do not necessarily reflects the Macquarie Research view.
The reasons why I published these charts is that I found them eye-catching. This is not an expression of bullishness or bearishness on economies nor stock markets in an articulated way; it is just data, relationships that can, hopefully, make you think about stock indices and economic trends in a different format.
I hope you’ll find them interesting.
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