1 Chart Explains Why Global Investors Still Love US Markets

Posted on December 12, 2012


Charting the progress of some international stock markets may give you a better idea of why global investors love US markets.  DaVinci Business Graphics takes a look. 


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We’re used to hearing about how the NASDAQ is down and American markets are performing poorly.  But if you take a global perspective, US markets are still on top. 


Australian markets on the other hand…


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The S&P/ASX 200—Australia’s stock market—has deteriorated throughout the year.  Australia’s economy is mainly driven by its mining industry, which has been supplying emerging markets throughout the world with raw materials.  These emerging markets, however, have begun to slow, and this has taken its toll on the ASX 200. 


Gerard Minack, Morgan Stanley’s head of developed market strategy, created this chart to show 2013 earnings expectations for Australia’s stock market.  In the process, he’s created a graphic that explains why US markets are favored by global investors.  The ESP indexes for the NASDAQ and S&P 500 are higher than any other market on the chart. 


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Creating a chart to measure your performance is a great way to instill confidence in your products and business.  If you’d like to chart your sales numbers or create a graphic to measure company goals, contact DaVinci Business Graphics.  We create custom charts according to your specifications.  You tell us the look, content, and style that you want for your custom project, and we make it happen. 


Contact DaVinci Business Graphics today.  Our custom charts can help you visualize important information about your business