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The End is Near

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You probably saw the title of this article and assumed I was talking about the bull market, and that may be the case too, but it’s actually in reference to my weekly market analysis provided through Sigma Point Capital. Today will be the last article that goes out, at least for a while. I’m sure this comes as a big surprise, and you probably have many questions, so please allow me to explain.


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Posted in: Asset Allocation Gold Primary Trend Psychology Recessions Sectors Stocks

Ignore the 10’s Minus 2’s Yield Curve Nonsense

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The fickle and herd-like nature of the financial markets is on clear display right now, as conversations about the yield curve again take center stage. Last week, the 10-year note yield momentarily dipped below that of the 2-year yield (it did not close below that mark) and this has set off a frenzy of commentary that in my opinion, is completely misplaced.


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Posted in: China Commodities Dow Theory Gold Oil Yield Curve

Take That, China

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In last week’s commentary I mentioned that the Treasury does a biannual review on the currency practices of foreign governments. In five such reviews under the Trump administration, the Treasury department has declined to label China as a currency manipulator. That all changed yesterday.


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Posted in: China Dollar Gold PMI Data Trade Yield Curve

Leading Indicators and Post-Rate Cut Performance

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The International Monetary Fund just released their quarterly update to the World Economic Outlook, and now projects real global economic growth to slow to 3.2% this year (from 3.6% in 2018 and 3.8% in 2017). Interestingly, the main downgrades in growth were concentrated in emerging market economies, including India, Russia, Mexico and Brazil.


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Posted in: China Economy Global Growth Gold Recessions Valuations

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