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The Simple Belief Behind Systematic Currency Hedging
Many investors don’t know what to make of currency fluctuations and whether they should take on currency risk or hedge it.
One Plus One Equals Three
As we saw earlier this year, the Fed can change its tune quickly, but history tells us it won’t respond to one month’s worth of jobs numbers, especially when the “economy is in a good place.”
Which Came First—The Chicken Or The Egg?
During May, there is no doubt the bond market received some softer-than-expected economic data. However, the data stream overall was mixed (strong jobs), and did not point toward a likely recession anytime soon.
Don’t "Fix"ate Within Your Short Duration
A 2% to 2.50% growth rate with unemployment at or below 4% and an easing of U.S./China trade tensions in any form would seem to be a recipe for the UST 2-Year yield to rise from its current levels, notwithstanding some geopolitical event.
Japan GDP Signals A Healthy Economy
Japan’s gross domestic product (GDP) report from last week was stronger than expected, up 2.1% quarter over quarter and annualized, against expectations for a small decline.
No Longer "On The Q.T."
While the money and bond markets continue to debate when, not if, the first rate cut is coming, the Fed has already taken its foot off the brake in a rather visible fashion.
U.S.-Japan Trade Deal Could Trigger A Rally
As the end of the long Japanese Golden Week holidays approaches, several positive triggers for Japanese equities are coming into sight.
How To Access China In 2019
This was expected to be the year of the global economic slowdown. But the year-to-date synchronized rally in global equities has stolen the spotlight. Chinese equities have been the star performer so far.
US-China Trade: When Vs. What
If we break down investing into two principal components, most questions typically center upon when to buy or sell and what to buy or sell.
Fed Watch: Some Like It Hot
What if the FOMC goes on a “policy sabbatical” of sorts, and just leaves well enough alone? In other words, just sits back and lets the economy “run hot”?
Can I Get A Refund?
Another April 15 tax date has come and gone: That’s the good news.
The Fed Vs. The ECB: Who Will Blink First?
If bond investors have learned anything this year, it is that the “winds of change” can blow in dramatically different directions regarding monetary policy.
Putting The Cart Before The Horse
It’s all about the data, with the jobs report being front and center.
Did The Fed Cut Rates Without Telling Anyone?
The second half of March was certainly eventful for the U.S. Treasury (UST) market.
The S&P 500: Our Industry’s Oops
The S&P 500 Index wasn’t designed to be an investment. We know this because it came before The Efficient Markets Hypothesis.
Upside Down… The Yield Curve Inverts
Last week, the big news was that the U.S. Treasury (UST) 3-month/10-year yield curve became inverted for the first time since 2007.
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