From the desk of Steven Strazza @Sstrazza and Grant Hawkridge @granthawkridge
It’s a tale of two markets.
The weight of the evidence remains mixed across asset classes. We also continue to see more and more risk assets struggle at overhead supply. This is particularly true for equity and commodity markets.
From an intermarket perspective, most risk appetite ratios and risk-on relative trends are either moving lower or are rangebound.
Simply put, there’s little in terms of directional edge for investors. The data remains split right down the middle — and there are sound arguments for both the bull and bear case.
Although the information we’re getting from the Bond Market is much more consistent these days. And what we’re seeing is suggesting lower yields for longer.
Let’s take a look…