Market Analysis

Weekly coverage of financial markets and the economy — including macro trends, key sectors, inflation, interest rates, commodities, energy and precious metals. The aim is to be brief and to the point, rather than write lengthy epistles.

Colin Twiggs

Colin Twiggs

Colin has more than 30 years’ experience in the finance and investment industry after qualifying as a chartered accountant at KPMG. He also completed a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance & Investment with the Securities Institute of Australia.

His specialty is blending fundamental analysis of the global economy with both fundamental and technical analysis of stocks and securities. Colin focuses on interest rates and financial market liquidity as key drivers of the economic cycle and warned of the 2008/2009 bear market as early as January 2007.

Important recent titles

Subscribers have access to all Market Analysis updates and Macro Trend analysis on the website. Important recent updates include:
Chart comparison of S&P500 and ASX 200 indexes (with key titles flagged)

  1. Inflation is coming ~ November 10, 2021
  2. No soft landing ~ January 10, 2022
  3. ASX signals a bear market ~ January 25, 2022
  4. A slow-motion train wreck ~ February 3, 2022
  5. Stocks: Winter is coming ~ April 29, 2022
  6. It’s a bear market ~ May 10, 2022
  7. ASX confirms a bear market ~ June 12, 2022

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