The title alludes to the hyper-kinetic, hyperbole-fueled stock market and going the other way, the defensives like Treasury bonds and gold; all informed by the
We noted yesterday that it is Fed Hype Week. A couple tough days for the market and the headlines are reinforcing the negativity. A single
I wrote this one page article for the Opening Notes segment of this week’s Notes From the Rabbit Hole. At the end of the post
Aye aye aye, one look at MarketWatch‘s front page this morning and it’s Trade War overload. What’s more, the public is reading about bull traps,
Insert here the disclaimer that I don’t care for the man, I don’t like most of what he stands for, or his funny haircut. But
There is way too much going on out there for a blogger to try to summarize without sounding like a goddamn sports announcing play-by-play caller.
The theme has been that the trade war food fight (TWFF) in the macro cafeteria had periodically interrupted the S&P 500’s drive to test its