Macro Tourist: The US Election ‘Won’t Be The Start Of The Next Financial Crisis’

Macro Tourist: The US Election ‘Won’t Be The Start Of The Next Financial Crisis’

[Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt from a recent, longer piece by Kevin Muir, formerly head of equity derivatives at RBC Dominion and better known for his exploits as “The Macro Tourist.” His daily letter is now subscriber-only. The following is reprinted here with permission and is available exclusively to his subscribers and mine. Those interested in trading ideas from Kevin related to the piece below can check out the new MacroTourist here.] Well, it’s finally here -- Elec
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4 thoughts on “Macro Tourist: The US Election ‘Won’t Be The Start Of The Next Financial Crisis’

  1. I take my cue from my 20-something daughter, who lives in LA. On Sunday, I suggested she consider pre-purchasing a few days of groceries in case the post-election days got out of control. She lives & works from home just blocks from where horrible looting occurred during the BLM protests- so she has experienced street violence first hand.
    She laughed me off and said she would be shocked if things got crazy. She said only Beverly Hills is worried with everything boarded up and extra security hired.

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