Buying U.S. Treasurys and shorting commodities became the most effective way to hedge against macroeconomic risks over the past year — and that should continue as worries mount over the spread of China’s coronavirus, says one analyst.
It is going to get worse before it gets better for the stock market, says prominent technical analyst Ralph Acampora.
How the Fed boosted liquidity ahead of Y2k and then removed it might be a precedent for what happens when the central bank stops expanding its balance sheet later this year.
Buy the dip in stocks and then sell the rip higher. Here’s how Bank of America. analysts explain that strategy amid the spread of coronavirus in China.
Gold futures finish with a modest gain on Wednesday, as traders weigh the spread of coronavirus cases and its potential impact on the global economy. Prices then hold ground around their settlement level as the U.S. Federal Reserve stands pat on the fed funds interest rate.