Daily Conference call for March 6. Emerging markets open 1% higher. In today’s call we review what PMI’s around the world mean for the metals. Tune in to for strategies for Asia and find what which region is poised for a spring rally on fresh policy moves and much more.
A proper glance at the six month chart of the iShares MSCI Emerging Markets (EEM, quote) ETF tells you there is little to fear in making a play on limited upside. Here is our analysis of the set up and how to trade it:
Emerging Money daily audio call – Emerging Markets open flat to slightly lower after yesterday’s rally. Tune in to as I review economic data across the board including my insight in China’s PMI number along with in depth reviews on key Mexico companies.
Putin’s Q&A arranged for Russian media Putin’s dacha outside of Moscow was 90 minutes and a platform from which he gave his views on Ukraine and regional issues.
New Korea ETF by Horizons: Today my friends at Horizons ETFs Management launched the Korea Kospi 200 ETF (HKOR) which is the first ETF in the USA to give investor’s exposure to the Kospi 200 Index which is arguably the most diversified way to trade Korea.
Chinese internet stocks remain well bid as earnings for single stocks continue to support the entire space. The Emerging Money Chinese Internet Index has moved to another all-time high +4.1% as VipShop (VIPS, quote) and other ecommerce names are delivering on growth expectations.
Hey it’s Tim at 1:15 with your strategy play for Russian and the Global Emerging Markets. Tune in to see how we are playing emerging markets and emerging market currencies.
Russian Bounce: If you are playing Russia and have a view of Putin’s more conciliatory tone allows you to trade the overdone moves in many names.