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Summary: How should you navigate the volatile financial markets? - see latest research from SaxoStrats below
How to spot low in market (if at all possible) - Peter Garnry
Two monitors to observe for change in markets:
Helicopter Money - Christopher Dembik
From Macro Perspective we have reached end-of-the-road for monetary policy meaning government and more precise helicopter money is up - Please educate yourself via Christopher Dembik piece below and prepare for inflation risk in your portfolio and mortgages! (broken down supply chains, infinite free money spending and assets and energy at floor levels è Big reflation / inflation coming - Yes hedge your mortgage next three months for next 30 years)
Killer Dollar - John Hardy
Commodities - Ole S Hansen
Finally my piece:
Pro’s and Con’s is 10.000 feet perspective on the markets and how to navigate them:
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2020-03-17 - Market Quick Take - March 17, 2020
2020-03-17 - Macro Digest: Pros & Cons of risk and markets. Do you feel lucky?
2020-03-16 - Market Quick Take - March 16, 2020
2020-03-13 - Steen's Chronicle - The 10 year bull market just died of coronavirus
2020-03-13 - Market Quick Take - March 13, 2020
2020-03-17 - FX Update: The killer dollar is on the loose.
2020-03-16 - FX Update: Fed bazooka fails to impress. G7 meeting next test.
2020-03-13 - FX Update: Markets picking up the pieces after the deluge
2020-03-12 - FX Update: ECB needs to shock and awe today, then FOMC next week
2020-03-11 - FX Update: Policymakers readying their bazookas
2020-03-13 - US stocks in focus for mean-reversion
2020-03-13 - NAV discounts in credit ETFs underscores the 'dash for cash' environment
2020-03-12 - Today Europe committed an historic policy mistake
2020-03-11 - Will European policy makers pull out the bazooka tomorrow?
2020-03-10 - Lessons from 2008 on how to navigate equities in high volatility
2020-03-15 - COT: Commodity exposure cut as deleveraging reigns
2020-03-15 - COT: Dollar long cut by most in eight years
2020-03-13 - A lesson from 2008 - watch gold as a leading indicator
2020-03-10 - Crude oil collapse highlights the global virus disruption
2020-03-17 - It's time for free money
2020-03-16 - France is the next front in the coronavirus battle
2020-03-16 - Chart of the Week: Container volumes at the Port of Los Angeles
2020-03-12 - ECB: Time for SME bailout
2020-03-11 - Credit Impulse Update: A key engine of US growth is stalling
2020-03-11 - Volatility the name of the game
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Latest Market Insights
Outrageous Predictions 2023: The War Economy
- The constantly growing global need for energy drives the world's richest to huddle up and launch a R&D project in a size the world hasn't seen since the Manhattan Project gave the US the first atomic bomb.
French President Macron resignsThe political stalemate in France and the rise of Marie Le Pen following the 2022 elections corners President Macron, forcing him to give up on politics and resign from his position. At least for now.
Gold rockets to USD 3,000 as central banks fail on inflation mandateAs markets and central banks realise that the idea that inflation is transitory is wrong, and that prices will remain higher for longer, gold is sent through the roof, hitting a price tag of USD 3,000
EU Army forces EU down path to full unionWith continued challenges in the region and a US military that isn't aggressively enacting its former role as global policeman, the European Union agrees to create its own armed forces, bringing the whole region closer.
A country agrees to ban all meat production by 2030In an effort to become one of the global leaders on the path to net-zero emissions, one country decides to not only put a heavy tax on meat, but to ban domestic production entirely.
UK holds UnBrexit referendumFollowing a recession and domestic pressure, the United Kingdom is thrown into political turmoil that will end with a vote to wind back Brexit.
Widespread price controls are introduced to cap official inflationHistory tells us that with the war economy comes rationing and price controls. And this time is no different, as policymakers introduce strict price controls that lead to a range of unintended consequences.
OPEC+ & Chindia walk out of the IMF, agree to trade with new reserve assetSanctions against Russia have caused widespread turmoil due to US Dollar moves in countries across the globe that don't consider the US an ally. To relieve themselves from this, they leave the IMF and create a new reserve asset.
USDJPY fixed to the USD at 200 as Japan overhauls financial systemFollowing the challenges that faced the Japanese Yen in 2022, the Bank of Japan attempts to keep the currency from sliding. Unsuccessful on the long-term, Japan will launch a reset of its entire financial system.
Tax haven ban kills private equityWith the war economy comes an increased focus on national interests and sovereign nations' ability to assert themselves. In that regard, the OECD countries turn their attention on tax havens and pull the big guns out, banning them altogether.