The Toronto Stock Exchange cannot get any kind of upside action. The index needs more than one day of rising stocks. It needs a few weeks. With the US dollar continuing to dominate the currency markets, the TSX Index is being held hostage as commodities continue to stay under severe pressures.
With commodity prices so low, many of Canada’s large mining and energy stocks are floundering. The Canadian economy has been “here” before but that still does not make it pleasant to watch.
Here is the outlook for the Toronto Stock Exchange for the first week of December 2015 along with a review of last week’s market, trades done and a list of new trades I am planning to start off December with more profits…… the rest of TSX The Week Ahead article is for FullyInformed Members.
TSX – The Week Ahead – 1st Week Of Dec 2015
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