For our latest recommendation, we travel in search of a quality fixed-income investment that provide...
Emerging Markets Soon to Breakout?
09/11/2014 7:00 am EST
Tiho Brkan of TheDailyGold.com takes a technical look at how emerging market equities have been performing and whether now is the time for global fund managers and asset allocators to shift capital from expensive Developed Market equities towards laggards.
Chart 1: Could emerging market equities break out in coming quarters?
Emerging Market equities have under performed Developed Market equities for years now. Slowing economic activity, falling export growth, over-leverage, inflationary pressures, and geopolitical tensions have plagued various regions and countries within the index. Since early 2010, the MSCI Emerging Market index has basically gone sideways while US equities have risen to record highs and become extremely expensive on historical basis.
Chart 2: Emerging Asia equities have already broken out to the upside.
The question now is, could global fund managers and asset allocators shift capital from expensive DM equities towards laggards? GEM equities have now approached a major resistance zone, after making no progress since at least 2007. It seems that a breakout could be at hand in coming quarters, especially since Asia is already leading the way higher.
By Tiho Brkan of TheDailyGold.com
Related Articles on GLOBAL
Beginning his career on Wall Street in 1938, Sir John Templeton pioneered the concept of internation...
The headline risk here, folks, is that if you wait for your central banker to give you insight into ...
The S&P 500 Index peaked on August 29 and has been treading water since then. (See chart below.)...