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One by One, Global Bond Markets Are Flashing the Same Warning

By admin / March 29, 2019

It’s ‘very unlikely’ the Fed will raise rates again: AntaresBond yields in Australia, New Zealand drop to record lows Wherever you look in developed markets, sovereign bond yields are at their lowest levels in years as traders ratchet up bets that major central banks will be easing. Yields in Australia and New Zealand dropped to […]

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Opinion: The Fed’s total capitulation is a bad omen for the stock market

By admin / March 26, 2019

Recession is coming, and first-quarter earnings will tell us how quickly Let’s be very clear what Wednesday’s full-frontal capitulation by the Fed means: It’s coming. The next recession that is. It’s just a matter of the how and the when. Now mind you, the Fed will never, ever overtly tell you a recession is coming. […]

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Stock-market analyst who called 2018 rout says if earnings are weak, ‘I don’t think stocks are going to look through it’

By admin / March 23, 2019

Wednesday statement marked ‘full capitulation’ by the Fed: Morgan Stanley’s Wilson Morgan Stanley’s chief equity strategist Michael Wilson says the Federal Reserve’s Wednesday decision underlined the central bank’s uber-dovish stance, which means corporate earnings are going to be paramount for stock-market investors. Speaking to CNBC on Thursday morning, the strategist said the Fed statement was […]

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How low will the S&P 500 go? Buffett and Shiller know

By admin / March 15, 2019

Every trader’s secret wish is to be psychic. If we could only know in advance whether the market was going to go up or down. Well, good luck trying to predict next year’s return—or even just tomorrow’s. But surprisingly, there are several recognized methods for projecting the S&P 500’s return in the next 7 to […]

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The stock market faces ‘unlimited downside risk,’ warns veteran trader

By admin / October 23, 2018

The stock market opened with a resounding thud on Tuesday morning, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average, at one point, had shed more than 500 points. The S&P 500 index and the Nasdaq Composite endured even harder hits, down more than 2% each. So, you must positioning yourself for that tasty bounce we’ve grown accustomed […]