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16 July 2019

 

 

Video commentary for June 15th 2019

 

 

Eoin Treacy's view

A link to today's video commentary is posted in the Subscriber's Area. 

Some of the topics covered include: China growth moderates but market expects assistance, copper steadies, nickel outperforming, oil eases, gold steady, silver and platinum firming, Wall Street steady, bonds firm, Dollar eases particularly against emerging market currencies.

 

 

Saut Strategy July 15th 2019

Thanks to a subscriber for this report by Jeffrey Saut. It focuses on a defence of monitoring charts which may be of interest. Here is a section:

 

 

Eoin Treacy's view

A link to the full report is posted in the Subscriber's Area. 

The charts tell us everything people have already done with their money and they offer the clearest reality check on our personal theories for market action. The simple fact is that if our view of the market is not support by the price action then we need to change it.

 

 

EM Succumbs to Sub-Zero Epidemic as Debt Pile Doubles in a Week

This article by Selcuk Gokoluk for Bloomberg may be of interest to subscribers. Here it is in full:

A sinkhole of negative-yielding debt in emerging markets has doubled in size over the past week. This time last year it was non-existent.

The amount outstanding soared to $246 billion, driven mostly by the growing pile of corporate debt with sub-zero rates, which almost tripled in seven days, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

Corporate heavyweights such as China Everbright Bank Co. and Petroleo Brasileiro SA, and sovereigns including Poland and Hungary have seen their rates drop below zero after a dovish turn at Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank sparked a mad dash for yield. Emerging-market bonds handed investors 3.5% over the past two months, more than a percentage point above returns on U.S. Treasuries, according to Bloomberg Barclays indexes.

The amount of negative-yielding corporate bonds almost tripled to $109 billion from a week ago
Sovereign bonds with sub-zero rates climbed about 50% to $136 billion

“This is a global phenomenon, not an EM phenomenon,” said Warren Hyland, who manages emerging-market debt at Muzinich & Co. in London. “Ultimately if less and less of bonds generate a positive yield, that means more and more people are looking for a positive-yielding bond and EM has more of that than elsewhere.”

 

Eoin Treacy's view

Negative yields are a problem for investors and represent a massive momentum trade for traders. Moving further out the risk curve is an inevitability for many asset managers and the destination for flows will heavily depend on mandates. Emerging markets are a particularly attractive destination for fixed income investors if they have the currency on their side.

 

 

Bitcoin Tumbles as Trump Critique Tests Stellar Run for 2019

This article by Joanna Ossinger for Bloomberg may be of interest to subscribers. Here is a section:

The tumble comes days after U.S. President Donald Trump criticized digital coins on the heels of this year’s stellar rally. Trump wrote on Twitter Thursday that he is “not a fan of Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies, which are not money, and whose value is highly volatile and based on thin air,” adding that “Unregulated Crypto Assets can facilitate unlawful behavior, including drug trade and other illegal activity.”

Bitcoin “continues to trade lower as comments from President Trump put downward pressure on the cryptocurrency,” said Alfonso Esparza, senior market analyst at Oanda Corp. in Toronto. Drawing Trump’s ire means “it could fall further to $8,000, giving back all the gains made in June.” Bitcoin initially climbed after Trump’s comments, but has since more than erased the gains.

 

 

Eoin Treacy's view

There is a tendency in the opaque crypto market to attach causality to coincidence. I am not at all sure how much credence to give the conclusion that President Trump’s tweets were behind this weekend’s sell off.

 

 

Eoin's personal portfolio: crypto long increased July 15th 2019

 

 

Eoin Treacy's view

One of the most commonly asked questions by subscribers is how to find details of my open traders. In an effort to make it easier I will simply repost the latest summary daily until there is a change. I'll change the title to the date of publication of new details so you will know when the information was provided. 

 

 

Copper Rises After China Data Flags Resilience

This note from Bloomberg may be of interest to subscribers. Here is a section:

“The easing cycle and a potentially stronger demand environment in China will be enough to allow base metals a bit more upside,” JPMorgan analysts Natasha Kaneva and Gregory Shearer say in an emailed report received Monday “We reiterate that this bullish view is more near-term tactical rather than long-term fundamental,” they say “We agree and believe that Chinese metals demand is sufficiently solid to support prices but not strong enough to push them higher,” Carsten Menke, an analyst at Julius Baer, says in an emailed note.

 

Eoin Treacy's view

I will be travelling to China and Taiwan between August 5th and 19th this year. The one big take away from last year’s China trip was the sense of unease evident on the street and among vendors. That was in response to the tightening of government oversight on every day life, the attempts to stamp out lending by the shadow banks and the souring sentiment resulting from the first salvos of the trade war. Understandably that has contributed to slowing growth.

 

 

2019: The 50th year of The Chart Seminar

 

 

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There will be a memorial concert for David at the Royal Festival Hall on October 5th. It looks like we will have a room at the Royal Festival Hall for an hour before the concert for a memorial. Wine and canapes will be served. Afterward we will retire to the Benefactor's Lounge where Tim Walker, Chairman of the LPO will dedicate the concert in David's memory. The concert will be from 7:30 to 10pm. If anyone would like to attend the concert in addition to the memorial there will be a box to tick on the booking form which I will provide as soon as I have it.   

Since this is the 50th year of The Chart Seminar we will be conducting the event on October 3rd and 4th to coincide with the memorial on the Saturday.

In the meantime, if you have any questions, would like to attend, or have a suggestion for another venue please feel to reach out to Sarah at [email protected].  

The full rate for The Chart Seminar is £1799 + VAT. (Please note US, Australian and Asian delegates, as non-EU residents are not liable for VAT). Annual subscribers are offered a discounted rate of £850. Anyone booking more than one place can also avail of the £850 rate for the second and subsequent delegates.

 

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