Jay’s Got Your Back

From the HRA Journal Issue 311,
October 25, 2019

FOMO is back on Wall St, so are positive liquidity flows. Nothing else seems to matter much, as traders know Powell is going to give them the rate cut they want this week. The announcement will take some careful scripting, traders will be saying "what have you done for me lately?" about five minutes after the announcement. I really don't think the FOMC is in the mood to promise or imply more rate cuts, but they'll try not to be too obvious about that.

Conflicting Signals

From the HRA Journal Issue 310,
October 5, 2019

It's not getting any less weird out there, that's for sure. We saw continued deterioration in several US economic metrics, but some stabilization elsewhere. There was enough "bad news is good news if it keeps bond yields low" vibe to maintain the SPX near its highs. That's impressive given how much traders could worry about if they had a mind to.

Down the Rabbit Hole

From the HRA Journal Issue 309,
September 10, 2019

We're in the midst of what I think is a fairly minor, and expected, gold correction. Junior resource traders, of course, are acting like the world is coming to an end. Multiyear bear markets are bound to make one defensive.

Major market traders seem pretty calm given so many people are suddenly talking about an impending recession.

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