Macro Economics and Market Analysis

Low volumes. high volatility. Threatening titles about economic collapse and unemployment.

All these were factors so far, for the public to stay out of stocks and capital markets, at least out of high risk assets such as stocks

But something has changed over the last few months. Aside from a “feeling” of a true economic recovery, a new phenomena started to be seen – Safe Havens are slowly abandoned.

When i say “Safe Havens” i mean what the investment community feels as SAFE, such as the us dollar, the japanese yen, and of course big countries government bonds.

It’s true that QE3 and QE4 do their own effect at pushing up yields, but lately the movement has been correlated to the markets, and even more bullish than the markets, something we havent seen for a long time.

After years of investments that are purely focused on Fixed income – it…

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