Trends expert Michael Keppler continually researches every
major markets international investing values and compares
their value based on current book to price, cash flow to
price, earnings to price, average dividend yield,
return on equity and cash flow return. He compares these
to eachglobal major stock market
history and from this develops his global major stock market
Major Markets International Investing Values Trend
global major stock market value trend this month, after
having risen five consecutive
months, was to decline a bit. The
Morgan Stanley Capital Index (MSCI) dropped 1% in local terms
and 2.3% in US dollar terms. Over the month, fourteen
global major stock markets advanced and four fell.
Major Markets International Investing Values Appreciation
global major stock market with the highest appreciation
was in the Netherlands (up
3.8%). France (up 2.5%) and Belgium (up
2.2%) followed this lead. Over the last 12 month's
the top global major stock markets have been Austria rising
62.1.% with Norway up 41.9% and Belgium up 36.1%.
Stock Exchange is rated neutral by Keppler
in March 2005
Major Markets International Investing Values Lowest Appreciation
worst performing global major stock market for the month
was Hong Kong (-3.8%), the
U.S. was down 2.5%
and Japan down -1.4%.
lowest rising global major stock market for the last year
is Switzerland (up 7.1%),
U.S. (up 7.4%) and Germany (up
The six top value global major stock markets are Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands and Norway
at equal weights.
The seven major markets international investing values
that have a low rating and are recommended as sell candidates
are Austria, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Switzerland
and the U.S.
Australia, Spain, Sweden and the UK are each rated as
a neutral major global major stock market.
There are links to stock
exchanges all around the world at 123world.com/stockexchanges/ You
can get ideas on shares in these major markets international
investing values from Thomas Fischer at FISCHER@jyskebank.dk
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more details on Keppler's analysis, contact Michael
Keppler at 1-212-245-4304.
Until next update, good investing,