Editor, Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast
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After joining Elliott Wave International in 2005, Mark contributed essays to Robert Prechter’s Elliott Wave Theorist and then joined EWI’s Global Market Perspective team covering Asian stock indexes. Since 2008 he has also edited EWI’s monthly Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast, which focuses on Asia and emerging markets. Since joining EWI, he has presented in Japan, Hong Kong, the United States, Canada, Egypt, and Jordan. He has spoken at CLSA’s Investors’ Forums in Hong Kong and Japan and has been interviewed by major media outlets such as Bloomberg TV Asia (Hong Kong, Singapore, and Tokyo); China Central Television (CCTV), India’s CNBC TV-18, BTVI, and ET NOW; Press Trust India; Bloomberg newswire; Dow Jones Asia Newswire, Barron’s, and Yahoo Finance. A graduate of Middlebury College (Vermont, USA) in East Asian Studies, he is fluent in Japanese and conversant in Mandarin Chinese and lived for six years during the 1990s in Japan.
Presentation Topic :Elliott Waves and Asia’s Golden Age
Elliott wave analysis of Asia’s major equity indexes and MSCI’s emerging Asia regional equity indexes suggests that a secular bull market which began in 2003 has recently passed its midpoint. This presentation provides both Elliott Wave and socionomic evidence to support the view that Asia’s boom is likely to continue at least a decade longer.