McCullough: "Risk Happens Slowly, Then All At Once"

Editor's Note: Below are Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough's top three bullets from his Macro notebook in a note sent to subscribers earlier this morning.

 

 

1. POUND – not since Black Wednesday (1992) has the UK seen a FX move like this – down -7% vs. USD and one of our favorite ways to be positioned for what the central planners have to try next (devalue more?) remains long Gold +4.5% on the session to $1310 =+24% YTD

 

McCullough: "Risk Happens Slowly, Then All At Once" - gbp usd 

 

2. STOCKS – since the crash in European stocks was already in motion, this is really just an extension of what risk managers should have been proactively preparing for – reiterating the 0% asset allocation to Japanese, European, and Emerging market Equities with stock markets like Spain and Italy down 11%, on the day

 

Here's the FTSE:

 

 

... And the DAX:

 

 

3. BONDS – reiterating our all-time lows in the UST 10yr Yield call as the causal factor behind most of this is #GrowthSlowing – not new because The People rose up against the Establishment and/or being centrally planned by Eurocrats; 1.52% on the 10yr now with an immediate-term risk range of 1.49-1.72%

 

 

(Click here to watch our post-Brexit analysis from renowned European economist and market strategist Daniel Lacalle and Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough in this morning's The Macro Show.)