Last year I wrote an article on what to look for when the Fed unwinds its QE program: Quantitative squeezing – what you need to know. Since the start of QT (quantitative tightening) the stock market is more or less flat and long term bonds are down about 10% yoy. Let’s have a look at… Continue reading Putting the QE toothpaste back in the tube
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Is margin debt too high?
The first week of September has been more or less flat in the US stock markets. Once again we see a lot of observers call for the next crash or bear market based on all kind of indications. Today we will join the dance and take a look at margin debt, but let’s start with… Continue reading Is margin debt too high?