For the delusional bull that is still hoping a Fed rate cut is bullish. The only bullish thing about this view is that it’s bullshit. t.co/ibZ3L8D0S6
— Mr J (@ManOutnumbered) October 3, 2019
Central banks are sowing the next credit crisis with perpetual cheap money fueling ever more excess.
It's no accident that corporate debt is at $9.3 trillion with 28% of it BBB rated and rising. t.co/SxQewZVMqe
— Sven Henrich (@NorthmanTrader) October 3, 2019
NYC housing prices in near 'free fall,' conditions mirror recession era following tax hikes t.co/C2oQCKppXK
— Jeff Lee (@JeffLee2020) October 3, 2019
Jobs growth is going to slow from both sectors of the economy.
In line with leading employment indicators at cycle lows. pic.twitter.com/mCojrxbsIj
— Eric Basmajian (@EPBResearch) October 3, 2019
Without buybacks, stocks will tank. That’s been the key driver of this asset bubble. Retail investors will be left holding the bag once again. Credit downgrades only a matter of time!! t.co/IOvpxQLbkD
— Ced Marie (@cedmarie) October 2, 2019
— 𝕮𝖍𝖎 🛢️ (@chigrl) October 4, 2019
The world’s biggest government-debt markets are sending a clear signal that global economic growth is stalling and inflation expectations are fading fast.