Slander is the signal
Risk off in legacy
Will they risk a debt bubble blow up?
No they inflate it away as always
Stimulus forever until enough people have migrated to debt-free money that the machinations of a central bank are no longer relevant to a mjority of the global pop
Its a process, that will likely take another 15 - 20 years
You guys are still early,...
ECB frontloading PEPP purchases isn’t a negative for EUR/USD. It helps to underscore the latest market narrative of tentative stability in core bond yields, in turn taking away support from USD. EUR/USD to move above 1.25 in summer. The main winner from the subsequent stability in core bond markets is EM FX, mainly the high yielders that got hit last month.
Gold dropped below 1800 today to test the support 1970 support zone and grab liquidity. It has now done so and jumped back up above indicating that buyers are now in control of the market. Expecting a move back up to 1830 before we see price drop again in March.
I will be cashing into this move alongside my Account Management investors.
US10Y = 1.215% (yellow line)
S&P500 = 3955 points (orange line)
S&P500 DY = 1.48%
Personally, I think the catalyst for the next correction in the stock market may come directly from the bond market.
The logic is this: if the bond yield (US10) were to return 1.40% why should I take on more risk by investing in the stock market with a dividend yield of just over...
Resistance at a weekly down trendline, slight divergence with the bond yields and the Kiwi currency index. Talk of wanting RBNZ wanting a lower NZD, the yields are dropping, which the NZD in theory should follow.
Black - NZDJPY
Blue - NZD Currency index
Red - 2 year bind yield
Light Yellow- 10 year bond yield
Rare opportunity to buy US Treasury bonds at great prices.
Most of my funds are always held in liquid trading accounts focused around FX & commodities. While i am over time adding to my investment portfolio.
Don't miss this opportunity to add both solid dependable fixed income to your portfolio & profit from the rise in premium at the same time.
I like to compare the currency euro with its bond market the bund. Why?
Simply looking at the macroeconomic front of countries as we had strong PMI's this friday come out from European countries, bunds is focused to Germany which you could of took scalp or swing trade towards the positive outcome. Whilst looking at the fundamental aspects i'd reflect...
Equity markets preparing for the next wave of selling.
There are a few signs that equity markets could be on the verge of a fresh move to the downside. Here are a few charts to explain.
1. Equity/Bond Ratio
The ratio between equities bonds has rallied into a significant resistance zone and is showing signs of rolling over, this suggests the bullish momentum...
just looking at some basic support zones on UJ that I like. Clearly in a downtrend on the 30 min, going to wait for a set up and see if it breaks above and retests for a buy or drops below a previous support for a sell. Only looking for shorts for now as it is in a clear continuation to the downside for now. May 7 2020
With WTI declining nearly %30 in a short time span and global growth slowing. Investors are long US TBONDS as they are willing to tolerate lower yields from bonds in anticipation of lower inflation and slowing growth.
Bonds rising will have a wide ranging market influence. From yields falling, to equities under performing to Japanese investors seeking domestic...
Recently USTs moved a lot lower as yields continued to push higher on inflation fears and hawkish guidance and communication from Fed. With investors and traders focusing on the 3.5% before any significant correction in stocks.
However with the recent push hitting 3.23%, US stocks plunged sparking global risk off sentiment. As such USTs found support from safe...