National Currencies in the European Union?
Hmmm... Good Luck in the Short Run, the disarray will
be compelling viewing.
European officialdom is now reeling from THE outbreak of apostasy
within its own ranks.
Adios Angela and a subtle reminder of 2010:
" It is an existential test and it must be overcome ... if the euro fails,
then Europe fails,” she said
If we are starting an new important inflation cycle, increasing rates indicated incoming inflation.
Transition will be accompanied by wall of worries and volatility.
Look to higher time frames for a noise reduced guidance.
Tightening monetary policies are coming. Throughout history, bond yields have been a clear telltale sign of rising interest rates. Throughout the last couple of months you can see bond yields have risen quite sharply.
There is no alarm to be raised just yet on the health of the market, just an early indicator that Feds will start tightening monetary policies. I...
M2 nonstop increasing and even faster than ever under Biden and since COVID
Fed funds rate near 0 for entire obama admin-> we are back to 0 again despite Trumpian efforts to raise FFR
this is not a anew trend, if you view Bush Sr as a NWO president (after his 9/11/91 declaration of the new world order speech) rather than a Republican, and compare to Reagan, he is...
I am not a fundamental expert (nor an economist) but I found FEDFUNDS chart really interesting!
I never thought that basic technical analysis tools can also be applied to such economic instruments!
From a technical perspective, FEDFUNDS has been bearish for a while making lower lows and lower highs.
For the momentum to be shifted from bearish to bullish, as...
This post will be heavy speculation - but let's have some fun. Let's play this fun game as a mental exercise. In no way is any of this financial advice, nor in any way political, nor does it even reflect my opinion. It is just a mental exercise. I fully admit that economics is not my background, so I will be taking a different approach to forecasting...
Far be it from the lips of any trader to question the bull run, but all good, crazy things must come to an end. And it is in this spirit that we plan for the future. Everyone with the tiniest bit of gumption is a genius in a bull market, but it's when the stock comes crashing down that separates the real traders from the future embittered.
This is comparing all...
The chart shows market cap for the Federal Funds rate. Let's use the analogy that the chart is the "cost" for each additional unit of market cap we are "buying" from the Fed? When times are good, "buyers" are plentiful, and the "price" goes up. When times are bad, "buyers" disappear, and "sales" go down. But the Fed doesn't want sales to fall so they've over...