It’s amazing to think that the Japanese stock market topped out 31 years ago and the European market topped 21 years ago, and the Chinese market topped to 14 years ago. As positive social mood is waning here in the U.S., our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, socionomics expert Mr. Murray Gunn, concludes that a multi-year bear market beginning this year is likely. Join your host Dennis Tubbergen for a great discussion of this forecast and how the study of cycles gives us insight into the financial markets.
Murray Gunn is Head of Global Research at Elliott Wave International. He worked as a fund manager in global bonds, currencies, and stocks, including long posts at Standard Life Investments and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority. He then joined HSBC Bank as Head of Technical Analysis. Murray is the author of Trading Regime Analysis (Wiley, 2009) and a contributor to Socionomic Studies of Society and Culture (Socionomics Institute Press, 2017). In April 2018, Murray took over the helm of The European Short Term Update. You can also read his commentary in Global Market Perspective, Interest Rates Pro Services, and Currency Pro Services, and on deflation.com.
To learn more about Murray Gunn’s work as Head of Global Research at Elliott Wave International, please visit elliottwave.com or his work at the Socionomics Institute, please visit socionomics.net.
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