Explore Ruffles, Feathers, and more!

Explore related topics

It’s often difficult to talk about the interplay between politics and markets without ruffling a few feathers.

It’s often difficult to talk about the interplay between politics and markets without ruffling a few feathers. But you have to be able to separate y

Financials vs. Technology: The Battle for the S&P 500 - Theo Trade

Apple Volatility Creates an Earnings Trade Opportunity - Theo Trade

US auto debt soars in the second quarter#Sober Lookfinis#November 20 2016 at 08:45PM#via-IF

The reason why I didn’t get caught up completely in the 9 day sell-off was because the market was falling for the wrong reasons. Based on my work, I

Stocks Are Boring. The Triple Digit Returns Are In Bitcoin...?  If you experienced the housing market bubble 12 years ago or the tech bubble in the late 1990s, you’ll see similarities with bitcoin. I’ve seen speculators claim buying stocks to get an 8% return is silly when you can get higher returns and be part…

Stocks Are Boring. The Triple Digit Returns Are In Bitcoin. If you experienced the housing market bubble 12 years ago or the tech bubble in th

Needless to say, all anyone cares about on Monday is the presidential debate which has morphed into a Super Bowl-like spectacle.

Ultimate Black Swan: Is Deutsche Bank About To Collapse?

Chinas Great Ball of Money Is Rolling full circle#Sober Lookchinafinisbond#November 28 2016 at 12:29PM#via-IF

China’s Great Ball of Money Is Rolling full circle

As I expected, the labor report showed 261,000 jobs created. It was far below the 310,000 expected as the hurricane effect didn’t turn out to move as many jobs from September to October as economists thought. The jobs report is always tricky to project. Adding the weather into the mix only made it more challenging…

As I expected, the labor report showed jobs created. It was far below the expected as the hurricane effect didn’t turn out to move a

In my article yesterday, I said bitcoin would hit an all-time high and then have a correction because it was overbought due to extreme speculation from China. It didn’t take long for that prognostication to come to fruition as bitcoin hit an all-time high on some exchanges before crashing 23%. The Coindesk website has an…

In my article yesterday, I said bitcoin would hit an all-time high and then have a correction because it was overbought due to extreme speculation fro

Now days, it’s always advisable to curb your enthusiasm when it comes to hitting the keyboard frantically as soon as a developed…

The Queen’s Bazooka: Full Bank Of England Post-Mortem

One of the quirks about being in the loop when it comes to market commentary is that you’re never really sure whether a given narrative is “real."

One of the quirks about being in the loop when it comes to market commentary is that you’re never really sure whether a given narrative is “real.

Bank Of Japan Is In Trouble The unwind potential of the central banks’ assets that is about to hit the market is remarkable in its scope; the fact that it’s all happening at once only adds to the drama. There could be currency implications if the ECB decided to increase its bond buying while the…

Bank Of Japan Is In Trouble The unwind potential of the central banks’ assets that is about to hit the market is remarkable in its scope;

Slight Correction, Nothing Serious The stock market fell slightly Friday with the S&P 500 down The market had a bad week as the S&P

Haver Analytics: investment and employment#Sober Lookfinis#January 3 2017 at 11:22AM#via-IF

I have been bearish on equities since late 2015 and remain so at the start of I’ve seen comments saying that I am issuing the same types of ar

A Trump Fed? - Theo Trade

The new announcement that the FBI is re-opening its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails has moved the polls in Trump’s favor, creating a t

Italian Bank Update - Theo Trade

Italy is coming closer to the inevitable government bailout of the world’s oldest bank Monte Dei Paschi.

If you follow this column you know I talk quite a bit about Japan and the yen. That’s not because I have some special affinity for critiquing Japanese policy. Although I’ll confess that when it comes to central banks, no one eases like BoJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda, so there’s something profoundly amusing about watching him…

How Japan’s Yen Paradox Could Trigger An Equity Sell-Off - Theo Trade

Pinterest
Search