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Coping With Mixed Market Signals

Coping With Mixed Market Signals

3 Months ago | August 16, 2019 00:00:00

 Markets have been getting mixed signals this week, with some seeing the recent decline in U.S. rates as an indication that the economy is weakening. However, the U.S. saw a slug of strong data yesterday. It could be that U.S. rates have been tumbling due to overseas demand from abroad seeking any kind of positive yield. 

Personally I feel that central banks have been creating a major bubble in global equity markets via an excess of liquidity as the try to stabilize inflation levels. The only outlet for excess liquidity at the present time is financial assets, namely stocks. When the bubble bursts it could be ugly. Think of the 1930s. 

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