Dow Jones industrial average on October 31st finished at $ 18,142.42, which was 0.1 percent lower than one on October 28th. It seems that we don’t have to take into account the probability of the decline of Dow Jones industrial average. However, the downside risk of it is enhanced by two kinds of news below.
1. There is a growing uncertainty over the American presidential election results. In the American presidential election, the difference of the support rate between Clinton and Trump has been reduced.
2. Futures prices for crude oil WTI has been falling. Some countries try to seek a production cut participation exemption, although production cut agreement is almost made.
【Bonds Climb as Oil Plunge Damps Inflation Jitters; Ruble Slumps】
【One Measure of Risk Just Hit Its Highest Level in Four Months】
Wait until next week! A strong point might appear
The Nikkei Stock Average on November 1st finished at 17,442.40 yen, which is 17.38 yen (0.1%) higher than one on October 31st. Announcement of the Bank of Japan that reaches a consensus of investors didn’t make a major impact on the Nikkei Stock Average.
Buying and selling price (2,109.5 billion yen) has been exceeded over 2 trillion, which is considered to be a standard trade. It feels like to come back in trade, in spite of the fact that
there are considerable events, such as FOMC and the announcement of the US employment statistics.
In the chart, the Nikkei Stock Average is likely to go up. The Golden Cross of 13-week moving average line and 52-week moving average line will be an important point of the rise.
Financial events and announcement of financial results still continue.
Check diligently the weekly investment schedule on the following link.
The contents of this blog are written based on the personal opinions about Dow Jones industrial average, the Nikkei Stock Average, and the sentiment of short-term investors, medium-term investors, and long-term investors. With respect to the loss caused by investment based on the contents of the blog, I do not take any responsibility.