Well you can bet we've been viewing it under The Macro-Scope but our headlines would not look like CNBCs' :
Asia markets broadly positive as Nikkei touches highest intraday level since November 1991 22 hrs ago - CNBC.com
Instead, ours' might read "Tokyo Busting Out !......Perhaps On Its' Way Up To 40,000".....
This from Monday Sept.24 This from 16 months ago
.......Compare with the 24,000 Chart above...
It's now up 25% to 24,000. This from Tuesday Sept 25 This from Thursday Sept 27 This from Friday : Holey Mackerel !
Yes, So Tokyo 24 is a pretty big deal.....Check out the top chart again.
Started a board Monday titled "Overseas Indices" : https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=143770310
But ain't it strange how our coverage of it is SO much more informative than that of CNBC's, what given that I just barely got through Grade 12 and then became a Municipal Pipe-Layer / Sewer Worker ? An Ironworker, Groundskeeper and Self-Employed Gardener ?
Whatever the case tho - The question persists : "So, IS IT STILL HEADING TO 40,000 ?
For the answer to that I must (for now) leave up to you !....
And naturally would like to hear YOUR views !
Whew !...LoL Hey so - It MAY BE that the answer to your question is :
"No".....Double-Top at 40,000 !".....