This is the video recording of the July 2019 Conference Call.
Today we’re updating our outlook for global markets and providing ideas to profit in the second half of 2019.
Part 1 of this playbook will provide our perspective on all four asset classes and update our views on the major themes within India that we’re paying attention to.
Part 2 of this playbook will consist of our top individual stock trade ideas.
James Brodie started out auditing for Arthur Andersen and did not particularly enjoy it. In the early 1990s he started to learn about derivatives at the largest bank in the world before ultimately moving to Credit Suisse. He’s lived in London, Singapore, New York and Tokyo trading currencies for both the banks and proprietary and then started his own hedge fund. James is also on the Board of the CMT Association. I really enjoyed the advice he gives about what he learned from 2 massive losses he’s taken throughout his career. James is a big fan of behavioral finance and we talk about different studies where we’ve learned that the better traders actually have more losing trades than winning trades. Currently James is watching Gold, EURJPY and US Interest Rates and talks about how he wants to trade them. This was a fun conversation where we covered a lot of things. [Read more…]
This is one of my favorite things to do: Forget everything that happened in the first half of the year and start from scratch. It doesn’t matter what we did or how we felt in early 2019. It’s irrelevant. We’re moving forward. This is my Q3 2019 Playbook.
Here is the video from my BNN Bloomberg interview this week. We talk about the implications of a weaker US Dollar, including what that would do to stocks, emerging markets, metals and others. I’ve been waiting for it all year. But think about it. We’ve already seen some of the things we would expect to see in a weaker Dollar environment. Gold strong, for example, and an inability for the Euro to go lower. So for me, I think this Dollar fall is just getting started. [Read more…]
This is the video recording of the June 2019 Conference Call.
From the desk of Tom Bruni @BruniCharting
The US Dollar has frustrated the majority of market participants this year, particularly if they’re only looking at the US Dollar Index.
With that said, we’ve been focused on other US Dollar pairs that aren’t getting much attention but are trending well and providing us with plenty of opportunities.