The 3 ‘T’s: Full Week Ahead Preview

In essence, the same things everyone was watching last week (e.g. tech, trade, Trump) will be in focus again…


Enjoy The Easter Bunny, Because Q2 Will Be Just As ‘Interesting’ As Q1

“Enjoy those chocolates.”

Marko Kolanovic: ‘Imminent Concerns Are Overblown’, Stay Overweight Stocks

“Narrative of recent selloff: imminent concerns about inflation, rates, trade wars, and a growth downshift are overblown, in our view.”

Goldman Interviews Paul Tudor Jones, Gets Retelling Of The Battle Of The Little Bighorn

“Let me describe to you where I think Jerome Powell is right now as he takes the reins at the Fed. I would liken Powell to General George Custer before the Battle of the Little Bighorn, looking down at an array of menacing warriors.”

Waiting For Wednesday.

Ahead of a “make or break” moment.

Here’s What The VaR Shock Meant For Global Portfolio Managers

Look, I realize that pounding the table on forced unwinds by vol.-sensitive investors during the recent acute pickup in volatility is quickly becoming an exercise in dead horse beating. But…

Bridgewater: ‘There’s A Much Bigger Shakeout Coming’

“There had been a lot of complacency built up in markets over a long time”…

Release The Long End!

Well, damn.

The Good Old Days.

I remember when…

The Moon Shot.


New From Epsilon Theory: ‘Things That Go Bump In The Night’

“Why should we pay good money to buy put options as a hedge on our portfolio when the Fed will give us a put option for free? I think this is the most far-reaching and transformative effect of the extraordinary central bank policies of the past eight years — we are no longer afraid of things that go bump in the night.”


Let that sink in.

SocGen: Stocks Haven’t Been This Expensive So Widely Since 2005

Remember: “it’s all relative”.

Chart Of The Day: Making (World) History

What can we say but…

‘Clearly, Investors Are Feeling Good’: Here’s The ‘Euphoria’ Chart Again

Low vol., “humans” cited.