Month: December 2015

TDI Podcast: End of Year Wrap with Das (#444)

In this episode, Das helps us to understand many of the cross-currents that are shaping markets. Into 2016 we go and many of these may begin to worry investors that central bankers are not miracle workers.

A look at the week that was and the outlook for the final week...

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TDI Podcast: McClellan on Sharp Bottoms and Rounded Tops (#443)

Guest: Tom McClellan helps us understand a great deal about market structure as well as why it is important to keep a watch on market breadth for clues about what is really going on.

As the end of the year approaches, are investors giving up on 2015 and looking out to...

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DHUnplugged #296: Market In a Funk Over Junk

The countdown until the Fed rate decision is getting down to the last few hours. Markets seem “prepared” for a hike and then some very dovish commentary to follow. Will this cause the U.S. dollar to rally or will we see an unwind of risk assets?

On the table for discussion...

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TDI Podcast: Never Say This To Investors (#442)

The market sell-off this past week can be chalked up to a few simple facts. First, ahead of the Fed there is concern that a rate hike may create excess volatility. Second, crude oil prices plunged and finally, the worst thing you can ever say to an investor sent stocks...

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DHUnplugged #295: Central Bankers GONE WILD

It has been a wild ride for currency markets. Central banks may have actually gone too far and markets are starting to see notable price movements. Last week may have been the tip of the iceberg.

We also discuss some of the important news of the week as well as the...

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