This past weekend, I went over the most indicative recession macroeconomic signals. I wanted to get the pulse on how professionals are positioning right now.
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Tuesday’s market action showed us how nervous traders around the world really are.
I’ve shown you many times that while the Federal Reserve is the leader of the global Quantitative Tightening cycle, in 2019, both Europe and Japan will, most likely, will join the U.S. central bank in this endeavor.
Not one media outlet has focused on some truly disturbing words, uttered by FED Chairman, Jerome Powell, but he has made some comments, which have put into question the sanity of the central bankers at this stage of the cycle.
The final quarter of 2018 has been marked by stock market volatility, much of which has stemmed from the ongoing trade tensions between the U.S. and China. Investors are getting worried, but there’s another school of thought: is it possible that the President is preparing to strike a deal, which would send the equities markets soaring to fresh all-time highs?