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  • Writer's pictureEdward Ballsdon

The thin end of wedges


Charts demonstrating changes in market sentiment in following markets

  • US Equity

  • European Equity

  • Australia (Currency and Equity)

  • South Korea (Currency and Equity)

The charts show that prices are coming to the end of wedges, with signals suggesting new news will have meaningful impacts on valuations

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