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Takeaway: The Fed nonsense is just starting to heat up.

Nonsense - Fed birdbrain cartoon 06.15.2015


There's a curious rhyme to Fed policy that's worth noting. Year-to-date, the Fed has pivoted from...


  1. Hawkish, December
  2. Dovish, March
  3. Hawkish, May
  4. Dovish, June
  5. Hawkish, July


Even more interesting is the effervescent hopes and dreams of most regional Fed governors about raising interest rates. That manifests most foolishly in San Francisco Fed head John Williams who forsaw as many as five rate hikes in 2016.


Nonsense - costanza

It doesn't end there...


Here's the latest nonsense from Dallas Fed president Robert Kaplan which reaffirms our #LowerForLonger call on interest rates:


8/25/16: Dallas Fed head Kaplan sees rate hike in the "not too distant future."

4/16/16Dallas Fed head Kaplan sees rate hike in the "not too distant future."


Nonsense - fed kaplan



Rather than studying the basic history of economic cycles, Fed officials are digging in their heels and clenching onto their dogmatic economic ideas. Central bankers from all over the world are dogpiling into Jackson Hole for this week's Fed-sponsored economic symposium. The theme of the meeting is "Designing Resilient Monetary Policy Frameworks For The Future."


In other words, if you're hoping the central planning will stop, don't hold your breath.

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Another Buying Opportunity...

Takeaway: Own Long Bonds, Gold and Platinum? Get long #GrowthSlowing.

There have been plenty “buying opportunities” (why is it that they never call them that in the Long Bond or Gold?) this year. Gold was one of them yesterday as we tapped the low-end of my immediate-term risk range = $1319-1365.


Anything that’s not hawkish from Janet should be bearish for Bond Yields; bullish for Gold and Platinum. (Note: Gold and Platinum are up 25% and 22% year-to-date respectively.)



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10-Year U.S. Treasury Yield
1.59 1.49 1.56
S&P 500
2,168 2,190 2,175
Russell 2000
1,221 1,249 1,237
NASDAQ Composite
5,170 5,265 5,217
SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Explore
34.65 37.90 37.10
1,211 1,246 1,221
Nikkei 225 Index
16,302 16,908 16,597
German DAX Composite
10,407 10,790 10,622
Volatility Index
11.15 14.33 13.45
U.S. Dollar Index
93.80 96.00 94.74
1.10 1.13 1.13
Japanese Yen
99.11 102.45 100.47
Light Crude Oil Spot Price
43.09 49.07 46.77
Natural Gas Spot Price
2.50 2.88 2.84
Gold Spot Price
1,319 1,362 1,329
Copper Spot Price
2.07 2.17 2.08
Apple Inc.
107.12 109.99 108.03
Amazon.com Inc.
749 775 757
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
63.26 66.19 65.95
Intel Corp.
34.11 35.68 35.15
Westinghouse Air Brake Tech Corp.
70.60 76.70 75.89
Hewlett-Packard Co.
13.45 14.59 14.40

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Daily Market Data Dump: Thursday

Takeaway: A closer look at global macro market developments.

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