As a way to get exposure to the China housing debacle.... I go over my chart on a new position I opened that has relatively low volatility considering the weight of exposure it may have to the chinese housing collapse.
.. for a .95/contract credit.
Notes: With a current yield of 4.032% (4.381/share annualized) versus a TLT (20 Year + Maturity Treasuries) yield of 1.607%, a play to acquire this emerging market bond fund at a 102.05 break even or below. On a one-lot basis, a bit buying power heavy, so consider acquiring a smaller amount of shares if it ever gets to around this...
Emerging market bonds denominated in USD look to be taking a leg to the downside.
Could this be an early signal of global liquidity drying up again? 👀
The monetary policy suggests stimulus but fiscal policy is at a stand still. Without more cooperation between politicians and parties this could become an issue sooner than later.
Although IV is not ideal here (20.1%), this is another one I've had on my IRA shopping list with its current yield of 4.98% and divvies paid monthly.
I would go only two rungs at the moment, since there are only June and July expiries currently available, with the next available in September, with liquidity progressively waning as you go out in time. The...