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Topdown Charts, as an independent institutional research provider, is often cited in the media, and we welcome the chance to add insight and perspective.

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Media Mentions

Smooth paddling can quickly get rougher   (Financial Times)

Why the S&P 500 needs to hold this key level or risk plunging 10%   (MarketWatch)


A 'bull market in pessimism' is sweeping across financial markets   (Business Insider)

Will Fed Rate Hikes Continue to Weigh Down Gold Prices?   (TheStreet)

The chart that spells out the dangers for ‘all-in’ U.S. stock investors   (MarketWatch)

BOJ Took Another Step Towards Tapering, Says Topdown Charts' Thomas   (Bloomberg)

Why it pays to have a functional government, in one chart   (Business Insider)


Why all investors should pay attention to PMI reports, in one chart   (Business Insider)

There are now almost as many equity funds as there are stocks for them to invest in   (Quartz)

The market is about to break out one way or the other — here’s how to play it   (MarketWatch)

Rising Real Interest Rates Could Drive Gold Prices Below $1,000 An Ounce - Analyst   (Kitco)

No Profit? No Problem! Loss-Making Companies Flood the IPO Market   (Wall Street Journal)

7 Ways to Invest in a Bear Market   (Investopedia)

Stretched valuations make allocation decisions harder: Researcher   (Good Returns)

This chart is flashing a big buy signal for equities everywhere   (MarketWatch)

We're now approaching what is traditionally a strong period for US stocks   (Business Insider)

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