Some encouraging signs from credit, futures are higher with international shares, today, there is one economic report to watch: International Trade (E: -$53.9B) which has been more closely watched since U.S.-China trade tensions first escalated while there are no Fed officials scheduled to speak and more.
Yesterday’s article: Why Credit Impulse Matters. If you feel like at any moment this market could turn around – and in a hurry—subscribe to The Sevens Report! Stay one step ahead of the markets. One of the reasons I watch China so closely (along with other macro analysts) is because for the last decade, every time[…]
Credit Impulse Explained: There are many analysts and investors who believe that the entire ’09-’17 stock rally is nothing more than the result of a historic, globally coordinated credit creation event from the world’s major central banks. Put in layman’s terms, every major central bank in the world has done QE at some stage over[…]