The economy has never created bigger trap
Now it wants :
– More people on claims
– SMEs jobs to zero
– More UBI
– Faster inflationary spike to remove UBI power on worthless spending to remove excess capacity
– Lower velocity of money
– Higher taxes
No real pain no gain. t.co/wGqW0JE6Ur
— GregTheAnalyst (@Analyst_G) March 16, 2021
Biden wants to raise taxes and collect $2.1 trillion more over the next ten years.
That's $210 billion a year.
Last year the deficit was $3.1 trillion.
— Jared Dillian (@dailydirtnap) March 15, 2021
First came negative bond yields,
then came negative oil prices,
now comes negative shipping rates: t.co/ya0Vcdxt8k
What's the next thing to go negative?
— Hylland Capital (@HyllandCapital) March 16, 2021
#inflation is now the biggest risk
— jeroen blokland (@jsblokland) March 16, 2021
Biggest Tail Risk Survey –
"Higher than expected inflation" pic.twitter.com/yd4z1q8DwS
— Samantha LaDuc (@SamanthaLaDuc) March 16, 2021
United States retail sales were much worse than expected in February.
Retail sales show a much weaker recovery than consensus estimates. pic.twitter.com/WWS40wvpo4
— Daniel Lacalle (@dlacalle_IA) March 16, 2021
The bond market is clearly trying to talk to us. But we trust equities because they are sexier @AlessioUrban
— Gianluca (@Theimmigrant84) March 16, 2021
Larry McDonald, founder of the investment research service The Bear Traps Report, expects that the ongoing rotation out of tech stocks will cause tectonic shifts in global financial markets. He is betting on the comeback of value and commodity stocks.
Tony Dwyer, Canaccord Genuity Chief Markets Strategist joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss how markets are faring as investors worry about rising rate hikes amid the pandemic.
A monthly index measuring builder confidence in the single-family housing market fell, as homebuilders face rising interest rates and rising material costs.
Inflation now has become the biggest “tail risk,” or outlier event, that could cause the most damage, the widely followed gauge of professional investors showed.