The Dollar Must Die

For the Fed to Live the Dollar Must Die

Since the March lows, we have seen the Fed do incredible things never seen before. It started with conventional things (like slashing rates and providing liquidity to markets) and quickly spiraled into modern day money printing via debt monetization and, even more drastically, buying corporate junk bonds.

The Fed Will Buy What I Buy

The Fed Will Buy What I Buy

“The Fed will buy what I buy” is a phrase I have been hearing. Essentially it means that the Fed is in the business of backstopping the market and making sure it doesn’t go down at any cost. That cost is in the form of nearly 0% interest rates, digitally printing money, and buying corporate bonds.

Where is this market headed

Where is this market headed?

Outside the markets, our economy is teetering in weird limbo. With stay at home orders around the world, the US has been faced with the highest unemployment that has occurred in our country’s history. Many companies were shut down as others learned how to work from home to stay on track.

News is Noise

News Is Noise

Normally it would be redundant to say to technically minded traders that “news is noise” … but these are not normal times. Let’s talk about what a chart represents. A chart is a visual representation of the collective decisions and subsequent psychology of millions of market participants.

What if the Fed is the Bubble

It is perplexing to see the price performance of many stocks right now. Some do make sense such as NFLX, AMZN, SHOP, TDOC, ZM which are all benefiting from increased use and demand. But the vast majority of others don’t make sense nor are their prices reflecting reality.

Rubicon Crossed

Rubicon Crossed

The real cause of the market volatility is the firing of the bond market signal we noticed in October.

We are now on the other side of the signal – the Rubicon has been crossed.

Fed-News-Volatility

Fed News Volatility

Sometimes the Federal Reserve releasing news can be a non event for the market. Other times it can cause the markets to create wild swings up or down depending on the market’s reaction to the announcement. There are several things to keep in mind when a Fed Announcement is going to occur: 1. Is the … Read more