Market Is Out for Revenge with the Return of Volatility and Extreme Headline Risk

I started writing this article last week, but new stuff came up so we delayed running it. Interestingly, the markets are becoming more headline risk driven. In fact, markets are acting like a proverbial cat on a hot tin roof – With every new step, the markets are likely to slide to new short-term lows or take a temporary leap in the air.

Last Wednesday morning’s hot mess was a good example of this: The central banks of India, New Zealand, and Thailand all dropped interest rates further than expected. This got the global bond markets jumping with prices going up and interest rates diving. Then, German industrial production numbers came in down -1.5% for the month versus an expected slide of -0.4% and the bond yields slid to near record lows in the U.S.

As I write this in the late morning on Tuesday, I’ve been on the set of Varney & Co. at Fox Business Network for almost two hours because of the tariff delay and reduction news that broke spiking the Dow Industrial average by over 500 points.

Volatility has spiked as the U.S./China trade and tariff tango added a new stanza and threw in the possibility of a currency war, as well


Monday Millionaire Briefing: 2 Earnings Trades to Watch As Trade War Pressures Mount

The next two plays I’m watching sit in the lucrative tech and cannabis sectors [….]

[To see D.R.’s full briefing, 10-Minute Millionaire Insider subscribers can read on here]

The U.S. government has found itself a new cash cow: China

The US government has made $55 Billion from tariffed Chinese goods this year.

In the month of February alone, the U.S. collected $5.08 Billion from Chinese imports, that’s 89.8% more than the year prior.