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Aftermath of the Coronavirus Sell-off Video Update

by WaveTrack International| March 27, 2020 | No Comments

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Aftermath of the Coronavirus Sell-off – Inflation-Pop Diluted but Still On-Track

The coronavirus sell-off in global stock indices has been described by Goldman Sachs as a ‘Black Swan’, a term for an improbable or unforeseen event. Economist Burton Malkiel who authored the 1973 book ‘A Random Walk Down Wall Street’ said he could not spot a recession on the horizon – he also qualified his remarks by saying that predicting a recession is a very difficult task. So was the coronavirus sell-off really an unpredictable, exogenous event or could the downturn have been foreseen?

Coronavirus – Could it have been predicted?

From an Elliott Wave perspective, yes, the downturn and even its amplitude could have been predicted. Our own analysis was blinded by the fact that various positive-correlation studies indicated a limited risk to a sell-off because of the extent of gains in technology stocks combined with a maturing counter-trend downswing in key commodities like Copper from 2018 highs. But there was evidence that heightened the downside risk which means it was certainly plausible to predict the downturn (see ‘Update Alert!’ e-mail dt. February 25th – ‘Increasing Risk of -20% Decline’). Almost all U.S. and European indices completed A-B-C zig zag advances from their Dec.’18 lows into the mid-February highs – and that was the clue to the coronavirus sell-off. See fig #1.

Coronavirus Sell-Off - SP500 - Daily - WaveTrack International

SP500 – Daily – WaveTrack International

This report updates the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 indices which are used as benchmarks for pretty much everything else. The DJ Transportation Average and KBW Banking indices are also updated, giving relevance to the ongoing secular-bull uptrend.

We also update benchmark commodities that are all-so-important in triggering this next but final phase of inflationary pressures – Copper remains on track, heading for record highs as are many other Base Metals – but the coronavirus sell-off in Silver, Platinum and Crude Oil has diluted their participation – but they’ll still have massive gains over the next few years, they just won’t trade to record highs anymore.

Dilution of Inflation-Pop

One of the big ‘take-home’ effects from the coronavirus sell-off is its impact on commodities like Precious Metals and Crude oil. With Silver breaking below its Dec.’15 low of 13.64, that really negates any notion that prices could launch into new record highs during this next but last stage of the ‘Inflation-Pop’ – it’s a similar condition for Platinum too. They will still push dramatically higher over the next few years, but they won’t break to new record highs. Crude oil is similar. Its recent break below the Feb.’16 low of 26.05 to 20.52 has just about negated any chance of it trading to new record highs during the next few years – but it can still test levels towards 99.25+/-.

What this means is the coronavirus sell-off has in some cases, diluted the up-coming advances for several key commodities during this next but last stage of the ‘Inflation-Pop.

That’s not the case for many of the mining stocks though – gold and base metal miners are still forecast to new record highs.

Currencies & Interest Rates

This report also updates the US$ dollar index and several other major currency pairs. In the annual PART III Currencies & Interest Rate report, over 90 charts of different currency pairs/crosses were updated. Many of those forecasts remain unchanged, especially those US$ Dollar/Asian currency pairs which already depicted dollar strength.

There are only modest changes to the US$ dollar index and Euro/US$, more for Stlg/US$ and US$/Yen but this report updates others which have seen severe weakness against the US$ dollar including the Aussie Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Norwegian Krona and Brazilian Real.

Long-dated government bond yields collapsed at the beginning of March. Even though Elliott Wave analysis depicted declines through most of 2019 and into the first quarter of 2020, we didn’t expect the US10yr yield to collapse down to 0.378% per cent! But ‘Update-Alerts’ quickly identified that low as the end of its long-term downtrend, and since, yields have sprung higher to 1.269%. This report examines the trends across varying maturities alongside the latest forecasts for the European DE10yr yield, Italian ITY10yr yield and related spreads.

S&P 500 – End of the Coronavirus Sell-Off

On Friday 20th March, the EW-Compass report commented –

The S&P’s rally from last Wednesday’s low of 2262.00 has so far unfolded higher into only a three wave sequence to Friday’s high of 2497.25… could stretch lower towards 2151.00+/- early Monday/Tuesday this coming week…It now seems inevitable that Monday’s opening will test lower levels before reversal-signatures get triggered. European indices alongside several Asian indices were already completing idealised targets last Thursday – which means the U.S. indices require one additional pull lower before re-synchronising’.

Sure enough, come Monday 23rd March, the S&P 500 put in a major low at 2174.00 which has since triggered a major ‘reversal-signature’. The S&P’s gain since has rallied by +21% per cent, setting some new records.

The outlook now turns very bullish despite many analysts crowding around the idea that the secular-bull uptrend has ended with the beginning of an Armageddon collapse on its way – THINK AGAIN! – the evidence suggests otherwise!

Coronavirus Sell-Off - Bank of America - Bull and Bear Indicator - Souce BofA Global Investment Strategy

Bank of America – Bull and Bear Indicator – Souce BofA Global Investment Strategy

One contributing aspect that supports the idea the coronavirus panic has abated comes from the latest Bank of America/Merrill Lynch sentiment Bull & Bear Indicator – see fig #2. It shows extreme measures of bearishness at a reading of 1.7 – by comparison, the Feb. 2nd 2016 low in major indices produced a reading of 0.0 which as we know, produced a sustainable uptrend afterwards. We all know the risks of interpreting this type of data too literally, but accompanied by Elliott Wave analysis, it offers an insight to what’s ahead.

Update of 2020 Elliott Wave Forecasts

In this latest video/report, we amassed 54 charts updating the major changes from our 2020 annual trilogy series across each asset class, Stock Indices, Commodities, Currencies & Interest Rates together with key Equities from the Mining Sector. These corroborate the next but final stage of the ‘Inflation-Pop’ asset price surge!

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Contents: 54 charts Time: 1 h 27 mins.

SP500
Nasdaq 100
DJ Transportation Average
KBW Banking Index
EuroStoxx 50
Xetra Dax
Ftse 100
Hang Seng
MSCI Emerging Markets
Nikkei 225
BHP Billiton
Antofagasta
Freeport McMoran
Rio Tinto
Vale
Copper
Zinc
Gold
Silver
Platinum
Newmont Mining
Amer Barrick
Anglo Gold Ashanti
Crude Oil
USD Dollar Index
EUR/USD
STLG/USD
USD/YEN
AUD/USD
USD/CAD
USD/NOK
USD/BRL
US 10yr Yield
USD 5yr Yield
USD 2yr Yield
Germany 10yr Yield
Italy 10yr Yield

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SP500 – End of Coronavirus Sell-Off

by WaveTrack International| March 23, 2020 | 5 Comments

  • The SP500 has just approached downside targets of 2151.00+/- to 2174.00 in overnight trading. This is completing a five wave impulse downswing from February’s high of 3397.50. The final sequence of a multi-year a-b-c, 3-3-5 expanding flat pattern that began from the Jan.’18 high of 2872.87. The outlook is now turning bullish
  • SP500 – End of Coronavirus Sell-Off

    SP500 Futures - E-Mini - 80 mins. - Forecast by WaveTrack International

    SP500 Futures – E-Mini – 80 mins. – Forecast by WaveTrack International

    Last week’s downside targets of 2151.00+/- (futures) has been approached in overnight Asian/European trading to a low of 2174.00. This is in the price proximity for ending the entire five wave impulse downswing as minor wave c. from February’s high.

    Meanwhile, an overnight sell-off in Japan’s Nikkei 225 traded to lower-lows. However, testing corresponding downside targets of 15722+/- to 15600 before staging a resounding bullish reversal-signature trading up to 18220.

    In Europe, the benchmark Eurostoxx 50 and Xetra Dax indices have opened with a gap lower in the cash markets but have held above last week’s lows, triggering a bullish divergence with U.S. indices.

    The US$ dollar index is testing overhead resistance around the 102.79+/- area. If all goes according to plan, last week’s high at 102.99 ended the entirety of the a-b-c zig zag correction that began from the Feb.’18 low of 88.26. A resumption of its 7.8-year cycle downtrend is about to begin.

    Conclusion

    The completion of multi-year expanding flat patterns across several global stock indices, including the benchmark SP500 is confirming the end of the coronavirus sell-off. A resumption of the secular-bull uptrend is about to get underway.

    It will, of course, take longer for global economies to catch-up with gains in financial markets! However, the fact that major indices are already signaling a turn-around must be heralded as good news amidst the continuing efforts to stem the spreading of the coronavirus.

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    Currencies and Interest Rates 2020 Video | PART III/III

    by WaveTrack International| February 18, 2020 | 1 Comment

    Currencies and Interest Rates Forex Currencies Video Outlook 2020

    PART III – CURRENCIES & INTEREST RATES

    US$ Dollar Approaches Completion of Corrective Zig Zag Advance from 2018 Low – Major Reversal-Signature Triggers Next Stage of 7.8-Year Cycle Downtrend – Euro/US$ Forming Major Low Together with Other Dollar Pairs – U.S. Interest Rates Finalising Declines from 2018 Highs but Lower-Lows Come First – European Interest Rates Set to Retest September ’19 Lows – Italian Yields Break to Historical Lows

    INCLUDES ANALYSIS ON MAJOR US$ DOLLAR PAIRS/CROSSES – ASIAN/EM CURRENCIES – MEDIUM-TERM CYCLES – LONG-DATED YIELDS US/EUROPE/JAPAN + SPREADS

    We’re pleased to announce the publication of WaveTrack’s annual 2020 trilogy video series of medium-term ELLIOTT WAVE price-forecasts.

    Today’s release is PART III, CURRENCIES & INTEREST RATES – Parts I & II were released during the last month.

  • PART I – STOCK INDICES – OUT NOW!
  • PART II – COMMODITIES – OUT NOW!
  • PART III – CURRENCIES & INTEREST RATES
  • CURRENCIES REVIEW – 2019

    In last June ’19’s mid-year EW-Forecast Video, several key CURRENCY & INTEREST RATE events were highlighted –
    • The US$ dollar index is set to accelerate higher through the remainder of this year (2019)
    • Corresponding declines forecast for G8 currencies
    • Asian currencies are expected to stage overall declines during H2 2019 with the Asian Dollar Index (ADXY) is vulnerable to a decline of -4.5%
    • All emerging market and commodity-related currencies are forecast weakening against the US$ dollar during H2 2019 but some of the stronger currencies will simply undergo corrective retracements

    How did these Elliott Wave price-forecasts pan out?

    Actually, pretty well. The main driver that sent the US$ dollar higher across the final 6-month period of 2019 was strong U.S. economic growth and employment. But it also attracted safe-haven dollar buying as anxieties persisted over a potential fall-out from the U.S./China trade war.

    The US$ dollar index traded up from the late-June low of 95.85 to 99.66 by October. It did fall back later, ending a corrective downswing into the early-January 2020 low of 96.36. But its back higher again, challenging the October highs.

    There were corresponding declines for the major G8 currency pairs. The Euro/US$ declined from the June ’19 high of 1.1414 down to October’s low of 1.0879. Stlg/US$ traded down from 1.2784 into September’s low of 1.1958. Meanwhile, the AUD/US$ traded lower from 0.7083 to October’s low of 0.6671, the US$/CAD from 1.3566 to the end-December low of 1.2952 and US$/Yen from 108.80 to 104.46.

    Asian Currencies Performance

    Asian currencies staged downswings against the US$ dollar too. Led by the benchmark Asian Dollar Index (ADXY) which declined from 105.40 to 102.00 from June to September. However, it later recovered higher through the last quarter to 105.70 which gave some reprieve for the individual Asian currencies.

    Overall, the US$ dollar pairs performed successfully within the forecasts of June ’19. So what next?

    Key Drivers/Events for 2020

    The currency markets have had to deal with the ongoing U.S./China trade war and more recently, as we begin 2020, the impact of the coronavirus Covid-19. But there’s more. Central Banks are beginning to rethink strategy having seen benign inflationary pressures both in the U.S. and Europe. This could be a major factor for this year.

    Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s testimony to Congress gave some hints. He said the central bank wanted to update its policy-setting manual to address an economic environment in which falling inflation was potentially a more pressing problem than rising inflation. In earlier statements, there were remarks about allowing inflation to ‘run hot’ should it begin to increase.

    Now, this is creating the perfect environment to trigger the next phase of our ‘Inflation-Pop’, where asset prices advance exponentially over the next two, maybe three years.

    In Europe, new ECB President Christine Lagarde has openly supported the idea of continuing to pump the financial system with liquidity. The strategic review Lagarde launched last month could be transformational for the ECB. Bringing tweaks to the ‘below but close to 2%’ inflation target and more tolerance for deviation. But what happens if the unexpected actually materialises? Would runaway inflationary pressures have a profound effect on monetary policy?

    Central banks could find themselves chasing rising inflation in a repeat of the 1970’s.

    Currency Volatility at Historical Lows

    Just recently, the implied volatility of a cross-section of currencies against the US$ dollar has hit a new historical low. The last occasion volatility was this low was back in 2014. Before that, in 2007 and before that, in 1996 – see fig #1.

    FX Implied Vols Near All-Time Low - Currencies - Source Credit Suisse Derivatives Strategy - WaveTrack International

    FX Implied Vols Near All-Time Low – Currencies – Source Credit Suisse Derivatives Strategy

    As you can see from this graph, courtesy of Credit Suisse Derivatives Strategy when volatility reaches towards the 5% per cent area, it doesn’t last long at these levels – it inevitably turns sharply higher. That translates into much higher volatility in the not-too-distant future.

    Currencies - USD Dollar Index - Weekly Elliott Wave Forecast - WaveTrack International

    USD Dollar Index – Weekly Elliott Wave Forecast – WaveTrack International

    Those previous occasions of low volatility are marked in this next graph of the US$ dollar index – see fig #2. As you can see, low volatility isn’t necessarily linked to the DIRECTIONAL movement of the dollar. Back in July ’07, the US$ dollar index continued to accelerate LOWER – in July ’14, low volatility was accompanied by a surge HIGHER. What happens next may be just an opportunist guess, but not so if we apply the data to an Elliott Wave and Cycle Analysis overlay.

    In this next graph – see fig #3, courtesy of Bloomberg and JP Morgan, they’ve concluded that low volatility precedes large 6-month movements in the US$ dollar.

    Currencies Video by WaveTrack International - Pas FX volatility slumps have preceded large 6-month moves in the dollar - Source: Bloomberg, JP Morgan

    Pas FX volatility slumps have preceded large 6-month moves in the dollar – Source: Bloomberg, JP Morgan

    We have to concur! – But in which direction?

    Currencies EW-Forecasts for 2020

    If you’ve tuned-in to our annual reports before, you’ll already know that the US$ dollar index is engaged in a 7.8-year cycle downtrend that began from the Jan.’17 high of 103.82. This is labelled as primary wave 3 within an Elliott Wave impulse downtrend that began from the July ’01 high of 121.02. You can probably imagine this means the dollar is set to decline rapidly over the next several years.

    But if low volatility is a prelude to some big moves in the dollar, does that mean it will collapse immediately? Not so, basis the shorter-term EW pattern development which is also being corroborated by the weekly composite cycle of the US$ dollar index – see fig #4.

    Currencies and Interest Rates Video Outlook 2020 - USD Dollar Index - Weekly - Cycle Forecast by WaveTrack International

    USD Dollar Index – Weekly – Cycle Forecast by WaveTrack International

    This composite cycle of the US$ dollar index is but one of several in this PART III Currencies & Interest Rate report. It depicts the US$ dollar bottoming around Nov.’19, then pushing higher until July ’20. Whilst these turning points are not exact, they do provide a useful overlay. Especially, in conjunction with shorter-term daily cycle analysis. What it does tell us is this – the dollar isn’t quite ready to resume its larger 7.8-year cycle downtrend.

    Currencies and the Inflation-Pop

    One of the key aspects to this year’s analysis revolves around the theme of the ‘Inflation-Pop’, where asset prices advance exponentially over the next two, maybe three years.

    The Inflation-Pop advance is characterised by an Elliott Wave A-B-C zig zag pattern which began lifting prices higher for Stocks, Bonds, Emerging Markets and Commodities from the financial-crisis lows of 2008/09. Specifically, this A-B-C zig zag upswing is depicting the exact pattern of Emerging Market indices and many different Commodities, like benchmark Copper – see fig #5.

    Currencies and Interest Rates 2020 Video Forecast - Inflation-Pop - Elliott Wave Zig Zag Single Pattern by WaveTrack International

    Inflation-Pop – Elliott Wave Zig Zag Single Pattern by WaveTrack International

    US Dollar Timing

    But it’s also applicable to the ongoing direction of the US$ dollar. With Commodity prices set to resume wave C of the zig zag this year, in 2020, triggering the next stage of significant price advances, this will undoubtedly signal the TIMING for a declining dollar.

    Currencies Video by WaveTrack International - Global PMI and GDP - Source: IHS Markit, JPMorgan

    Global PMI and GDP – Source: IHS Markit, JPMorgan

    The latest Global Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) and GDP data from IHS Markit/JP Morgan corroborates the ‘Inflation-Pop’ outlook – see fig #6. We’ve annotated primary waves A and B onto the data where a sharp rise occurs for wave A from the financial-crisis lows, peaking in late-2010/early-2011, the same time that commodities and emerging market indices peaked.

    Wave B’s corrective downswing has taken far longer than we first imagined. Commodities and EM’s have since ended their corresponding wave B lows in early-2016 in what was termed at the time as the Grand ‘Re-Synchronisation’ lows. But for the Global PMI, wave B is only now approaching downside completion. Just imagine what fundamental, economic conditions will arise as advances unfold as wave C!! Upside targets for wave C are towards the 70-75 point level, a massive advance over the next few years.

    The Global Manufacturing & Services index, again courtesy of IHS Markit/JP Morgan shows exactly the same A-B-C zig zag pattern in upside progress, where wave B is ending now, wave C is set to explode higher – see fig #7.

    Currencies and Interest Rates Outlook 2020 by WaveTrack - Global manufacturing and services - Sources: IHS Markit and JPMorgan

    Global manufacturing and services – Sources: IHS Markit and JPMorgan

    For sure, 2020 is going to be a spectacular year.

    Interest Rates

    We already know that interest rates are artificially low. However, not only from a historical mean average but also from the fact that central banks are openly manipulating lower rates in an effort to maintain global economic growth following the financial-crisis collapse. This raises some big questions! Can central banks begin rebalancing rates higher as the economy grows? Or is it still too fragile? Could some exogenous event stymie efforts to support the financial system in the event of a recession? Or worse, another economic meltdown?

    The Federal Reserve under Jerome Powell has hinted just recently about misgivings over the increasing national debt. The Treasury Department projected the budget deficit for the first four months of fiscal 2020 as $389.2 billion, a 25% per cent gain over the last year. Over the past 12 months, the gap has been nearly $1.1 trillion as the national debt has swelled past $23 trillion.

    Total household debt rose by $193 billion during the last quarter of 2019, continuing a five-year upward trend. It now stands $1.5 trillion higher, in nominal terms, than the pre-recession peak of $12.7 trillion reached in 2008.

    Powell added that the central bank wanted to update its policy-setting manual to address an economic environment in which falling inflation was potentially a more pressing problem than rising inflation. That’s ironic because it won’t be long before the natural forces of inflation begin to rise anyway.

    Interest Rates and US10yr Breakeven Inflation TIPS rate

    Earlier, we looked at global PMI data and could see it matched the ‘Inflation-Pop’ schematic, a rising A-B-C zig zag pattern where wave C is about to surge higher, lasting the next few years. Now look at this next graph – see fig #8. It depicts the US10yr Breakeven Inflation TIPS rate where the advance from the financial-crisis low of 0.077 is advancing into the same inflation-pop zig zag.

    Currencies and Interest Rates 2020 Video - US10yr Breakeven Inflation TIPS rate

    Interest Rates Elliott Wave Forecast by WaveTrack International – US10yr Breakeven Inflation TIPS rate

    Primary wave A’s advance completed into the April ’11 peak of 2.654%, around the same time as corresponding peaks in commodities and emerging markets. Wave B then declined, finishing into the Grand ‘Re-Synchronisation’ lows of February ’16 at 1.264%. And since then, primary wave C has begun to trend higher beginning with 1st and 2nd waves within the ongoing (1)-(2)-(3)-(4)-(5) uptrend. Wave (5) has ultimate targets towards 4.247% which means much higher inflationary pressures are about to begin.

    Should the TIPS chart be accurate as we believe it will, then the Federal Reserve will end-up being well behind the curve as they hesitate to stem the rising inflationary pressures. As a result, catching them unawares in a similar event to the 1970’s.

    Interest Rates and Longer-term Outlook

    The long-term triple AAA corporate bond yield cycle certainly depicts an artificial prolongation of low interest rates – see fig #9. Whilst rising interest rates will undoubtedly be damaging for the U.S. and global economy further down the road, in its early stage of this next advance, it will simply be interpreted by central banks as a natural shift towards normalisation. And under these conditions, asset prices can explode higher, only to burst the inflation-pop bubble sometime later.

    Corporate 30yr Bond Yield - Monthly - Elliott Wave Forecast by WaveTrack International

    Corporate 30yr Bond Yield – Monthly – Elliott Wave Forecast by WaveTrack International

    These bullish asset/inflation-pop uptrends are not shared by the consensus analysis. So far this year, two investment banks, UBS and UniCredit have come out with forecasts of three, maybe four consecutive ¼ quarter-point interest rate cuts by the Federal Reserve. That’s a pretty downbeat forecast. But that’s not all – economists are again focusing on the fact that the US dollar yield curve has inverted where US3-month yield/US10yr yield is again trading negatively. Analysis suggests this is the prelude to a recession – see fig #10.

    Currencies and Interest Rates Financial Forecast by www.wavetrack.com

    Inversion Diversion – Source: Bloomberg

    However, that doesn’t stack up against the Elliott Wave analysis – quite the contrary.

    New Currencies & Interest Rates 2020 Video – PART III/III

    We’ve amassed over 90 charts (a new record!!) from our EW-Forecast database in this year’s Currencies & Interest Rates 2020 video. Each one provides a telling story into the way Elliott Wave price trends are developing in this next INFLATION-POP’ phase of cycle development. Moreover, we’re taking a look at some very specific patterns that span the entire 15.6-year US$ dollar cycle, explaining its current location and why inflation will trigger huge US$ dollar declines but simultaneously appreciating major Emerging Market and Asian Currencies.

    Furthermore, we’re updating some amazing Elliott Wave forecasts for U.S. interest rates, US10yr, US10yr, US05yr and even US02yr together with a schematic look at several spread relationships with European rates not forgetting upside targets for the US10yr Inflation Tips – it’s a must-see!

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    WaveTrack International

    Currencies and Interest Rates Video Content

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    The contents of this CURRENCY & INTEREST RATES VIDEO include Elliott Wave analysis for:
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    SP500 – Symmetry in Motion – Expanding Flat

    by WaveTrack International| January 23, 2020 | No Comments

    The SP500 has just completed a short-term {A}-{B}-{C}, 3-3-5 Expanding Flat pattern at 3301.25. This confirms a continuation to the upside over the next few trading-days

    SP500 Futures - 20 mins. - Elliott Wave Financial Forecasting by www.wavetrack.com

    SP500 Futures – 20 mins. – Elliott Wave Financial Forecasting by www.wavetrack.com

    SP500 – Symmetry in Motion – Expanding Flat

    The SP500 is closing-in on reaching upside targets for the completion of October’s five wave impulse uptrend. Activity so far this week is confirming one additional but final push higher following the completion of an {A}-{B}-{C}, 3-3-5 expanding flat pattern that ends a 4th wave correction from last Friday’s high of 3330.25 into today’s low, traded just a moment ago, at 3301.25.

    SP500 and Fibonacci Price Ratios

    Note the 3-3-5 wave structure of the expanding flat. Wave {A}’s decline unfolded into a typical zig zag ending at 3307.25. Wave {B}’s advance was another zig zag, this time, unfolding where waves a and c measure by a fib. 100% equality ratio into the high at 3337.50. And finally, wave {C}’s decline as a five wave impulse pattern ending at 3301.25.

    And now, corroborating the expanding flat, fib-price-ratios can be overlaid to the pattern. For instance, extending wave {A} by a fib. 38.2% ratio projects the upside completion of wave {B} to 3339.00+/-. Also, extending wave {A} by a fib. 23.6% ratio projects wave {C} to 3301.75+/-. Not bad!

    Conclusion

    The completion of the expanding flat pattern confirms the prevailing uptrend is still engaged to the upside. However, it will be negated should the SP500 break more immediately below 3301.25. Looking ahead, any higher-high will most likely be the concluding sequence to October’s larger five wave uptrend.

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    Commodities Video 2020 – Q1 Sell-Off – Lift-Off Q2!

    by WaveTrack International| January 18, 2020 | No Comments

    Commodities Video Outlook 2020 by WaveTrack International www.wavetrack.com

    Commodities Video Outlook 2020 by WaveTrack International

    Commodities – Q1 Sell-Off – ‘Inflation-Pop’ Lift-Off Q2 Onwards!

    THIS REPORT INCLUDES ANALYSIS ON MEDIUM-TERM CYCLES & EQUITY MINERS

    We’re pleased to announce the publication of WaveTrack’s annual 2020 video updates of medium-term ELLIOTT WAVE price-forecasts. Today’s release is PART II, COMMODITIES – Part I was released last month and Part III will be published in early-February.

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    Commodities – Q1 Sell-Off – ‘Inflation-Pop’ Lift-Off Q2 Onwards!

    Commodities – Q1 Sell-Off – ‘Inflation-Pop’ Lift-Off Q2 Onwards!

    Elliott Wave Forecasts for 2020 – Summary

  • The next stage of the ‘Inflation-Pop’ cycle is about to get underway – it resumed in early 2016, took a pause in 2018/19/(20) and is now set to surge higher in 2020, 2021 & 2022!
  • Prior to surging price rises, some commodities are set to complete 2018’s corrective downswings with one additional but final sell-off into end-Q1 2020
  • The US$ dollar resumed its 7.8-year cycle downtrend in October ’18. An Elliott Wave 3rd-of-3rd wave is set to accelerate lower from end-Q1 2020 onwards. This becomes one of the main drivers that pushes commodity prices sharply higher.
  • Inflationary pressures are forecast resuming this year, in 2020. US10yr Breakeven Inflation Rate has undergone a corrective downswing from the 2018 high of 2.182%. But this is bottoming now around 1.500% to max. 1.480%. A new uptrend is about to begin, indicating rising inflation across many financial sectors, including commodities.
  • The Food & Agriculture Organisation (FOA) reports world food prices surging higher reaching a five-year high last December with the F&A index reaching 181.7. Elliott Wave forecasts depict a long-term 5th wave advance in progress from the grand ‘RE-SYNCHRONISATION’ lows of 2016. Upside targets over the next few years are towards 317.20+/-, an increase of 135% per cent!
  • SHORT-TERM, analysis depicts a 3-month dip in commodity prices, ending sometime into the end of Q1-2020. The Baltic Dry Index has declined since last September’s high of 2518.00 by -69% per cent to 773.00. This is hinting of a weakening in economic activity during the next few months ahead of a bottoming formation and a resumption of the longer-term uptrend.
  • BASE METALS – Copper, Aluminium, Lead and Zinc are all forecast lower through Q1-2020 but then ending entire corrective declines that began in early-2018. From Q2 onwards, base metals resume upward surge to new ‘Inflation-Pop’ record highs.
  • BASE METAL MINERS weaker in Q1-2020, but then ending corrective downswings that began in 2018/19. BHP-Billiton, Freeport McMoran, Antofagasta, Anglo-American, Kazakhmys Copper, Glencore, Rio Tinto, Teck Resources & Vale.
  • PRECIOUS METALS – There’s still an open question whether Gold and Silver began new five wave impulse uptrends from the Nov/Dec.’15 lows or if these price advances are simply counter-trend rallies within secular-bear downtrends
  • GOLD has formed an important peak in early-January ’20, ending a five wave uptrend from the Aug.’18 low of 1160.24 at 1611.37. A multi-month correction is now underway – Silver began an equivalent multi-month downswing from last September’s high of 18.86.
  • GOLD MINERS are expected to outperform bullion during the ‘Inflation-Pop’ uptrend cycle. Newmont Mining, Barrick Gold, Agnico Eagle, AngloGold Ashanti
  • Platinum is bearish through 2020. Palladium is set to test upside targets of 2483.00+/-, max. 2514.00+/-. Then collapse lower
  • ENERGY – Crude oil is forecast lower through Q1 2020 in order to complete counter-trend corrective downswing from Oct.’18 peak of 76.90. Targets below Dec.’18 low of 42.36. Afterwards, begins ‘Inflation-Pop’ surge to new record highs during next few years. Brent oil engaged in similar corrective downswing targeting 43.50+/- but then surging to new record highs
  • Q1 Sell-Off – ‘Inflation-Pop’ Lift-Off Q2 Onwards!

    Secular-bull uptrends in U.S. stock markets that resumed from the financial-crisis lows of 2008/09 are intimately linked to the corresponding price advances in commodity markets. Despite comparable uptrends from those 2008/09 lows, from an Elliott Wave perspective, the definition of an uptrend doesn’t apply to many commodities, whether they’re Base Metals, Precious Metals or Energy contracts like Crude/Brent Oil.

    Whereas U.S. stock markets are still engaged in long-term five wave impulse uptrends that began from the Great Depression lows of 1932, Elliott Wave analysis identifies Base Metals and Energy contracts ending their corresponding Commodity Super-Cycle peaks much earlier, in year-2006/08. Everything that has so far followed is part of a multi-decennial corrective pattern, specifically, an A-B-C expanding flat where wave B allows a push to new record highs. Those B wave advances correspond to 5th wave advances in U.S. stock markets.

    Back in year-2010, we termed this B wave advance as the ‘Inflation-Pop’ cycle because it was destined to trigger several years of rising inflationary pressures, as asset prices were driven higher by central bank’s monetary policy and quantitative easing measures. Fast-forward to 2020, those rising inflationary pressures are about to get another kick higher.

    Commodities and US$ Dollar Outlook

    One contributor that’s expected to drive asset values significantly higher over the next few years is a weakening US$ dollar – see fig #1. There’s a distinct 15.6-year cycle recurrence for the US$ dollar index which has signalled the various peaks and troughs over the past several decades.

    US Dollar Index Cycle - Monthly - WaveTrack International

    US Dollar Index Cycle – Monthly – WaveTrack International

    The last time the cycle peaked was late-2016 when the US$ dollar index traded to a high of 103.82. This is a centrally-translated cycle where peaks and troughs alternate in similar time-intervals of 7.8-years which means the late-2016/early-2017 cycle downturn will last approximately 7.8-years into the next 15.6-year cycle trough due in years 2023/24.

    Basis Elliott Wave analysis dating back to the historical peak of 164.72. This puts the dollar on a crash-course for declines below pre-financial-crisis lows!

    Commodities and Interest Rate Outlook

    Another contributor to rising inflationary pressures will be the triggering of a new uptrend in interest rates.

    The US10yr Breakeven Inflation Rate (TIPS) yield is nearing the completion of a counter-trend downswing that began in early-2018 – see fig #2. This correction was forecast in the 2018 annual Interest Rate report‘The recent break for the US10yr treasury yield above the 2017…indicates further upside potential into the end of Q1 ’18, beginning of Q2 targeting 3.360+/-…Once completed, a multi-month corrective decline would then begin, pulling yields sharply lower…The US10yr TIPS Breakeven Inflation Rate Spread indicates an interim peak forming at the same time as treasury yields…This suggests worries over the re-emergence of inflationary pressures will abate for a while…’. – a while has turned out to be almost 2-years!

    Commodities Outlook 2020 - US10yr - USTips 10yr Yield Spread - Weekly - WaveTrack International

    US10yr – USTips 10yr Yield Spread – Weekly – WaveTrack International

    Ten-year treasury yields are expected to undergo another downswing into Q1 2020 before forming an historical base, then trending higher to begin a new 30-year cycle. This could pull the US10yr Breakeven Inflation Rate (TIPS) yield slightly below current levels of 1.500 although only marginally, before trending higher too. The outlook over the next few years is amazing! Upside targets are towards 4.247%!! We’ll explain more in PART III of the annual report, but until then, suffice to know that a primary degree A-B-C zig zag pattern has been unfolding since the end of the financial-crisis of 2008/09.

    Rising Food & Agriculture Prices

    Whilst this annual 2020 Commodities report doesn’t include analysis of grains and soft commodities, we can get an overview of trends from studying the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) price index – see fig #3.

    Commodities Video OUtlook 2020 -  FOA - Food and Agriculture Index - Monthly - www.wavetrack.com

    FOA – Food and Agriculture Index – Monthly – www.wavetrack.com

    The historical data begins from the 1950’s – there’s a clearly defined Elliott Wave impulse pattern, a primary degree five wave impulse sequence, 1-2-3-4-5 engaged to the upside. This multi-decennial uptrend began primary wave 5 from the June ’86 low of 82.40. It has steadily advanced since, subdividing into an intermediate degree uptrend, (1)-(2)-(3)-(4)-(5) where wave (5) began lifting prices higher from the grand ‘Re-Synchronisation’ lows of early-2016, from 149.30.

    Food and Agriculture Organization Index

    In the last month, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reported the index, which measures monthly changes for a basket of cereals, oilseeds, dairy products, meat, and sugar jumped to its highest point since Dec.’14, averaging 181.7 points, up 2.5% on the previous month.

    The cereal price index rose 1.4% to average 164.3 points, led by higher prices for wheat with stronger demand from China and logistics problems following strikes in France. Rice prices were little changed. Vegetable oil prices were up strongly, with the index rising 9.4% to 164.7 points in December. Palm oil prices rose for the fifth month in a row, lifted by biodiesel demand, while soy, sunflower, and rapeseed oil values also increased.

    The dairy price index averaged 198.9 points in December. Precisely, up 3.3% with higher cheese and skim milk powder prices that outweighed lower butter and whole milk powder values. The sugar price index was up 4.8% to 190.3 points, lifted by surging demand for ethanol caused by rising crude oil prices.

    By contrast, meat prices were almost unchanged from November with the meat price index at 191.6 points with higher pig and sheep meat prices balanced by falling beef prices.

    But what does this tell us? Well, from an Elliott Wave perspective, there’s a long way to go before reaching intermediate wave (5)’s ultimate upside target of 317.20+/-. That can only mean one thing – rising prices = rising inflationary pressures.

    Q1 Sell-Off!

    Before commodity prices launch higher, we expect Base Metals & Energy to trade lower during the first-quarter Q1-2020 period.

    Base metals like Copper etc. haven’t quite finished Elliott Wave corrections that began from the early-2018 peaks. Crude/Brent Oil began a three wave, A-B-C corrective downswing from the Oct.’18 highs of $76.90 and $86.74. However, wave C remains in downside progress. This can only suggest some form of economic deterioration. A possible weakness for the first few months of 2020, pulling commodity prices lower to finalise these 2018 corrections.

    Commodities and the Baltic Dry Index

    Commodities Video Outlook 2020 - Baltic Dry Index - Monthly - Elliott Wave Forecast by WaveTrack International

    Baltic Dry Index – Monthly – Elliott Wave Forecast by WaveTrack International

    One leading indicator worth tracking for signs of an economic downturn is London’s Baltic Dry Index (BDI)see fig #4. The historical data begins from the late-1980’s. It tracks rates for capesize, panamax and supramax vessels that ferry dry bulk commodities around the world. The BDI began a new uptrend from the grand ‘Re-Synchronisation’ lows of early-2016, from 290.00. Elliott Wave analysis forecasts this advance beginning a decennial A-B-C zig zag upswing. Wave A ended an initial advance into the July ’18 high of 1774.00 – wave B completed a counter-trend decline into the Feb.’19 low and wave C is now engaged in a multi-year five wave uptrend targeting levels towards 543.00+/-. That’s a huge gain over the next several years, reflecting an increase in shipping goods around the world, ergo, rising inflationary pressures.

    But in the last couple of months, a deep 2nd wave correction has unfolded within wave C’s five wave uptrend. It began from the Sep.’19 high of 2442.00 and is still heading lower – so far, a low into early-January of 773.00 reflects a decline of -69% per cent. If this is a leading indicator, then we can certainly expect other hard commodities to fall back during the first-quarter too!

    Precious Metals Outlook

    The outlook for Gold leads our analysis for 2020. Much has been written about its price direction since 2016 when gold rose by +30% per cent, from $1046.45 to $1375.27. When prices broke above $1375.27 in June (2019) last year, every analyst under the sun turned super-bullish. That’s not entirely unexpected – large institutional investors have been sidelined for several years, since gold peaked at $1921.50 back in 2011 – but now, they’re back in force. Only last week (Jan. 10th), the latest COT net speculative long-positioning was at its highest for over 10-years at 322,200 contracts. That’s a warning that a corrective downswing is due to commence.

    The Gold Question

    But the more important question is ‘what is the dominant trend for gold and the other precious metals?’.

    This year’s going to be make or break for precious metals. Whilst the gold mining stocks look set to explode higher later this year (just not now), bullion gold, silver and platinum may struggle to keep pace. The problem is this: 2011’s declines in both gold and silver can be counted as ending five wave impulse downtrends into the late 2015 lows. If so, it will be impossible for them to break to new record highs during the latter stages of the decennial ‘inflation-pop’ cycle. So everything rests upon whether those 2011-2015 declines are impulsive or corrective.

    If gold miners are set for record highs, shouldn’t bullion follow? That seems logical and remains as our preferential bullish counts to this day. But that doesn’t mean we’re complacent either – we’re continuing to track gold’s three price-swing advance from 2015’s low whilst comparting this to silver’s relative underperformance. So far, the pendulum between medium-term bullish versus bearish forecasts has swung a little more to the bearish side basis recent developments. Gold reacted from just below zig zag measurements of 2015’s advance at last week’s high of 1611.37 – meanwhile, silver was still trading far below 2016’s initial high of 21.14 and more importantly, remaining below last September’s high of 19.666.

    Together, these aspects suggest significant downside risk over the coming months. Declines may not yet reveal the true path over the medium-term, but they will clarify its intention should prices decline as deep as we expect them to – the secret is to remain open to these varying possibilities – both bullish and bearish Elliott Wave patterns are shown/discussed in this PART II series report/video.

    New Commodities 2020 Video – PART II/III

    We’ve amassed over 90 commodity charts from our EW-Forecast database in this year’s Commodities 2020 video – A NEW RECORD! Each one provides a telling story into the way Elliott Wave price trends are developing in this next ‘INFLATION-POP’ phase of cycle development. We’re taking a look at some very specific patterns that span the entire SUPER-CYCLE, explaining why the super-cycle began from the GREAT DEPRESSION lows of 1932 and not from the lows of 1999 and how this ended in 2006-2008 and why the multi-decennial corrective downswing that began soon afterwards is taking the form of a very specific, but identifiable Elliott Wave pattern.

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    ‘ Inflation – Pop ’ Lift-Off! – T-Minus 3 Months & Counting…

    by WaveTrack International| January 7, 2020 | No Comments

    ‘ Inflation – Pop ’ Lift-Off! – T-Minus 3 Months & Counting…

    Part I of our Annual 2020 Elliott Wave forecasts has been published, outlining Stock Index trends for the coming year and beyond.

    This year’s major theme is a resumption of the ‘Inflation-Pop’ cycle.

    Following a 2-year pause in inflationary pressures that resumed in early-2016, i.e. lows for developed stock indices, emerging markets, and commodities, trends are about to change direction once again. This time, US10yr Inflation-TIPS are ending their two-year corrections. And are now set to surge higher from around the end of Q1 2020 onwards. Various commodities that have been engaged in two-year corrective downswings are also approaching major lows, timed into the late-March/April period. Take a look a Copper prices and you’ll see what I mean!

    This year’s expectation of U.S. GDP remaining around current levels of 2.0% or 2.25% per cent is an underwhelming forecast but the consensus majority. From an Elliott Wave perspective, the US$ dollar is forecast significantly lower, timed to its declining 7.8-year cycle. And this, in turn, is set to ignite various asset prices significantly higher.

    Gail Fosler’s Forecast

    But this outlook is not just a perspective drawn from our Elliott Wave analysis. It’s corroborated by one of the U.S.’s most prominent economists, Gail Fosler. The Wall Street Journal twice named Fosler America’s most accurate economic forecaster.

    In Gail’s latest research note, she highlights several distinct aspects evolving in the Global and U.S. economy – two of which point towards rising inflationary pressures and a weakening US$ dollar – see fig’s #1 & #2.

    GFG - The Gail Fosler Group - Inflation Pressures

    GFG – The Gail Fosler Group – Inflation Pressures are beginning to emerge

    With inflationary pressures beginning to emerge, she highlights (fig #1):

  • With a tight labor market, wages are up a full percentage point since late 2017, twice the rate of core CPI
  • Without a recession, price pressures would rise even further
  • Inflation will keep a cap on real spending power
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    Stock Indices Video Outlook 2020

    by WaveTrack International| December 29, 2019 | No Comments

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    Stock Indices Video Outlook 2020 – ‘Inflation-Pop’ Lift-Off! – T-Minus 3 Months & Counting…

    This report combines ELLIOTT WAVE with updated SENTIMENT & ECONOMIC INDICATOR STUDIES

    We’re pleased to announce the publication of WaveTrack’s Annual 2020 video updates of medium-term ELLIOTT WAVE price-forecasts. Today’s release is PART I, Stock Indices Video Outlook 2020 – Parts II & III will be published during January/February.

    PART I – STOCK INDICES
    • PART II – COMMODITIES
    • PART III – CURRENCIES & INTEREST RATES

    Elliott Wave Stock Indices Video Outlook 2020 – Summary

  • The next stage of the ‘Inflation-Pop’ cycle is about to get underway. It resumed in early 2016, took a pause in 2018/19 and is now set to surge higher in 2020, and 2021!
  • T-Minus 3 months & counting…US10yr Breakeven Inflation Rate (TIPS) could delay the next surge higher until end-Q1 2020. Some commodities, Copper, Crude oil have downside risk but closing-in on completing counter-trend declines from 2018’s highs
  • Dow Jones remains on-course to continue secular-bull uptrend to original upside targets of 40,000 – European indices outperform – Banks, Biotech outperforming sectors
  • Long-dated interest rates take a dip during Q1 2020 – then surge higher
  • US$ dollar index resuming its 7.8-year cycle downtrend. Significant declines ahead. Trigger’s rush to buy dollar-denominated assets
  • Rising interest rates and a declining US$ dollar causes foreign investors to dump treasury bonds, exacerbating rising inflationary pressures
  • Gold, Silver decline into end-Q1 2020 low – then surge higher
  • Central Bank’s caught-out on rising yields – repeat of 1970’s inflationary cycle
  • Dow Jones On-Course for Long-Term 40,000 Upside Targets

    Back in November/December 2014, five years ago, the Dow was trading at 17817.00, approaching original upside targets forecast back in 2010. However, this secular-bull peak wasn’t aligned to the completion of corresponding ‘Inflation-Pop’ upside targets for Emerging Market indices and key Commodities like Copper and Crude Oil.

    This was a big hint that the secular-bull uptrend in the Dow Jones (DJIA) and other developed market indices were far from completed. Further analysis revealed some amazing Fibonacci-Price-Ratio (FPR) ‘proportion’ values across the entire history of its major five wave impulse uptrend dating back to the Great Depression lows of 1932 – see fig #1. They coalesced towards Dow 40,000! Read more «Stock Indices Video Outlook 2020»

    2020 – Next Stage of the ‘Inflation-Pop’

    by WaveTrack International| December 17, 2019 | No Comments

    The Next Stage of the ‘Inflation-Pop’ is Getting Underway in 2020!

    2020 – the next stage of the ‘Inflation-Pop’ is getting underway!

    EuroStoxx 50 – Forecast Mid-Year Triple Video Series!

    Last June’s Mid-Year 2019 Video Report forecast a 2nd wave corrective downswing for the Eurostoxx 50 unfolding from April’s high of 3515.15 – it had a lot to do to achieve this forecast, but that’s the power of the Elliott Wave Principle!

    The 2nd wave correction labelled primary wave 2 was forecast unfolding into an expanding flat pattern, (A)-(B)-(C) subdividing 3-3-5. Wave (B) upside forecasts were towards 3555.00+/- to max. 3622.00+/- which ultimately ended at 3573.57! Next came the forecast for wave (C)’s five wave decline targeting 3211.60, max. 3197.00+/-. However, the actual low formed in early-August at 3239.20!

    2020 - Track Record - EuroStoxx 50 - Forecast 22nd June 2019 - Mid Year Video - Check out WaveTrack's 2020 Video Forecasts!

    Track Record – EuroStoxx 50 – Forecast 22nd June 2019 – Triple Video Series – Mid Year

    EuroStoxx 50 – Result! Track Record

    The result was phenomenal! – the Eurostoxx 50 then began a huge advance to begin primary wave 3. As a result, since August, there’s been a gain of almost +16% per cent!

    2020 - Track Record - RESULT! - EuroStoxx 50-- 17th December 2019

    Track Record – RESULT! – EuroStoxx 50– 17th December 2019

    It’s been a similar story for the S&P 500 and many other world indices too.

    We’re getting ready to publish the Annual 2020 PART I Video Report before month-end (December). If you like this example of applying Elliott Wave forecasting with our proprietary use of Fibonacci-Price-Ratio analysis, then keep a look-out for our announcements within the next couple of weeks!

    We hope you’ll join us in tracking some amazing inflation-led forecasts for the coming year!

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