(Chinese) blood in the streets?

In Free by Cam Hui

The worries about China ebbs and flows. The latest BAML Fund Manager Survey shows that China fears are at flood levels again.     Indeed, developments such as the inverted Chinese yield curve is creating a sense of peak anxiety.     I recently highlighted analysis indicating that China fears are overblown (see Are the Fed and PBoC taking away …

What’s next for gold?

In Free by Cam Hui

Mid-week market update: My recent sector review was well received, especially when it was framed in the context of how a market cycle rotation works (see In the 3rd inning of a market cycle advance). As I don’t have much to update about the technical condition of the stock market, especially in light of the non-reaction to the FOMC meeting. …

Tactically taking profits in the commodity and reflation trade

In Free by Cam Hui

Mid-week market update: Regular readers know that I have been bullish on the commodity and reflation trade (see A possible generational low in oil and energy stocks and The road to a 2016 market top). On the weekend, I postulated three separate short-term scenarios for the stock market  (see *Sigh* Another growth scare): The growth scare recedes and the market ...
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Will an oil spike kill the market bull?

In Free by Cam Hui

I recently wrote about my scenario for a market top in 2016 (see My roadmap for 2016 and beyond), which goes something like this: Unemployment is now at 5.0%, which is a point at which the economy historically started to experience cost-push inflation. Inflation edges up, which is already being seen in commodity prices. Initially, the Fed is content to …