‘Australian of the Year’ as Contrarian Sell Signal
In January 2010, The Australian named then Prime Minister Kevin Rudd as ‘Australian of the Year’ ‘because of the way he dealt with the global financial crisis’. From affiliate EWI’s 2014 State of the Global Markets Report:
We correctly called the award a sell signal for Australian stocks - the All Ords would make no net progress for the next three-and-a-half years.
posted on 30 January 2014 by skirchner in Financial Markets
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