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WIG 20: czy to dobry czas na polską giełdę?


WIG 20: czy to dobry czas na polską giełdę?


Na koncie maklerskim nie dajemy dostępu do GPW, natomiast posiadamy w swojej ofercie fundusz ETF na polską giełdę, który odworozuje wyniki indeksu MSCI Poland IMI 25/50. W skład tego indeksu wchodzą duże, średnie i drobne polskie spółki notowane na GPW.

Poniżej długoterminowe spojrzenie na notowania funduszu  iShares MSCI Poland ETF o tickerze EPOL.

Wykres tygodniowy funduszu ETF: EPOL

Licząc do 24 lutego 2020 od początku tego roku indeks WIG 20 stracił na wartości -6,51%, za ten sam okres fundusz EPOL stracił na wartości -6,70%. Także widzimy iż fundusz dośc wiernie naśladuje wyniki polskiego indeksu WIG 20.

Patrząc na wykres widzimy iż notowania notują nowe minima i w tym momencie znajdują się na poziomach ze stycznia 2017. W tym momencie notowania EPOL znajduję na poziomie 19 620 USD. Na chwilę obecną notowania znajdują się poniżej średniej ruchomej, na wykresie widoczna jest seria niższych szczytów oraz niższych dołków.

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