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Week of May 25, 2011
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My Arabian GCC Stock Picks
Right now, I'm providing stock pick coverage for the Saudi and Dubai markets. Later on, I'll add the Abu Dhabi market, and possibly the other smaller GCC markets after that. These stock picks are based on earnings estimates forecasts and technical analysis for trade entry. Earnings estimates increases and decreases are a proven long-term forecaster of increased or decreased stock prices as evidenced by Zacks Investment Research winning stock picks and portfolios. I used MetaStock Pro 11 Fundamental Data Analyzer to scan the Saudi stocks with increasing earning estimates or you can get a Zacks free trial. See MetaStock below for a free trial also.
May 15, 2011
Buy Position: Saudi Basic Industries - Saudi Stock Exchange: SABIC
PE Ratio 14.00 - Dividend Yield 3.20% - Yearly Earnings Estimate 8.86
Buy Entry: 102.06 to 106.59
Take Profit Areas: None Provided. SABIC 52 Week High 114.00 Low 76.75
May 01, 2011
Buy Position: Saudi Telecom - Saudi Stock Exchange: STC
PE Ratio 7.86 - Dividend Yield 8.26%
Buy Entry: 34.82 to 36.51
Take Profit Areas: 37.50, 40, 42.50 Or Hold Long Term for the Dividend Yield
May 01, 2011
Buy Position: Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Co - Dubai Stock Exchange: DU
PE Ratio 10.5
Buy Entry: 3.17 to 3.24
Take Profit Areas: 3.31 to 3.35 Short-Term. Hold On 3.36 and 3.91 Breakouts.
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05/23011 - The "Arab Spring": Was It Predictable Last Winter? Yes, With Socionomics by Elliott Wave International
The Arab world is a much different place today than it was last December. Tunisia and Egypt have overthrown oppressive regimes, and revolts have spread from Libya to Syria to Yemen and beyond. Experts continue to cast about for explanations why the "Arab Spring" erupted so suddenly -- and across such a broad region. To most, the revolts came out of nowhere.
Yet back in December 2010, before the first rocks were thrown from behind the barricades, The Socionomist showed readers how social mood trends (as reflected in the Arabian stock market price charts) anticipate war and peace in the Middle East. What's more, author Mark Galasiewski made a forecast for a coming increase in violence across the region.
Please enjoy this excerpt from Galasiewski's December 2010 study, "Mood in the Middle East":
The chart [below] shows major social events in the Middle East in conjunction with the S&P 500, the Tel Aviv 100 and the Amman General stock price indexes. These stock indexes reflect the social moods in the United States, Israel and the Arab world, respectively. The Jordanian stock market is a useful indicator of pan-Arabian mood because it is the oldest continually traded Arabian market and the others tend to trend with it. Inclusionist events are displayed above the price lines, and exclusionist events below them. As you can see, the events noted on the chart generally express the previously rising or falling trends in social mood for each society. Socionomics Institute founder Robert Prechter calls this the socionomic hypothesis.
For example, notice the timing of the start of the Gaza War, which erupted in late 2008 after declines of more than 50% in both the Israeli and the Jordanian indexes. Such behavior makes sense from the perspective of trends in social mood: When mood trends toward the negative, it shows up immediately in falling stock prices. Then, as fear and anger strain weak relationships, conflicts eventually erupt. The opposite dynamic is at work when the social mood is rising or near peaks. For example, just three years earlier, in the middle of the 2003-2007 rally in the Tel Aviv 100, Israel’s goodwill toward the Palestinians rose to such a high level that the government voluntarily decided to dismantle Jewish settlements in Gaza and to withdraw its forces from the territory.
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