Diary of a Financier

Posts Tagged ‘Investment Grade ($LQD)’

Top Newsstuffs (April 11-17)

In Bookshelf on Sun 17 Apr 2016 at 05:39

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Bull v. Bear

In Capital Markets on Wed 16 Jul 2014 at 15:57

I’ve spent considerable time synthesizing all of the information I’ve consumed since my last “Bull v. Bear” entry, and enough has changed for me to render a new, timely, cogent market opinion.  The following signals-through-the-noise attempt to substantiate an objective, data-driven narrative that can guide me through the equity market over the coming days, weeks, months, and quarter…

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“The bond market is always right”

In Capital Markets, Idiosyncrasy on Sun 1 Jun 2014 at 22:33

Cullen Roche over at Pragmatic Capitalism recently asked “What’s the bond market telling us?”  His answer was as follows: Read the rest of this entry »

Bull v. Bear

In Capital Markets on Thu 15 May 2014 at 10:51

I’ve spent considerable time synthesizing all of the information I’ve consumed since my last “Bull v. Bear” entry, and enough has changed for me to render a new, timely, cogent market opinion.  The following signals-through-the-noise attempt to substantiate an objective, data-driven narrative that can guide me through the equity market over the coming days, weeks, months, and quarter…

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Bull v. Bear

In Capital Markets on Mon 24 Mar 2014 at 05:23

I’ve spent considerable time synthesizing all of the information I’ve consumed since the beginning of January, and enough has changed for me to render a new, timely, cogent market opinion.  The following signals-through-the-noise attempt to substantiate an objective, data-driven narrative that can guide me through the equity market over the coming days, weeks, months, and quarter…

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Bull v. Bear

In Capital Markets, Dissertation, Economics on Thu 9 Jan 2014 at 12:56

I’ve spent considerable time synthesizing all of the information I’ve consumed over the past month(s) and rendering a timely, cogent market opinion.  Particularly interesting at the outset of a new year, the following signals-through-the-noise attempt to substantiate an objective narrative that can guide me through the equity market over the coming days, weeks, months, and quarters…

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Game change: “Optimal Control” & its effect on the market

In Capital Markets, Dissertation, Economics on Thu 14 Nov 2013 at 09:40

This past weekend, I highlighted Janet Yellen’s “Optimal Control,” an academic strategy for central bank/monetary policy management. I summarized it like this:

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FOMC post-mortem: Janet Yellen the realist, black swan edition

In Economics on Wed 30 Oct 2013 at 19:14

I wanted to post this going into today’s FOMC Minutes release after the October meeting concluded–for which you can catch-up on the minutes here and John Hilsenrath’s (WSJ) takeaway here.

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Bull v. Bear

In Capital Markets, Dissertation, Economics on Wed 25 Sep 2013 at 11:16

I’ve spent considerable time this week synthesizing all of the information I’ve consumed over the past month(s) and rendering a timely, cogent market opinion.  The following, hard data attempt to substantiate an objective narrative that can guide me through the equity market over the coming days, weeks, months, and quarters…

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Top Newsstuffs (September 9-15)

In Bookshelf on Sun 15 Sep 2013 at 06:35

My first real weekend with the new NFL season…

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