Real Assets, Bonds and New Profits
March 2, 2022 (Investorideas.com Newswire) S&P 500 broke through 4,350s in what appears a back and forth consolidation, for now. Credit markets aren't leading to the downside - HYG merely corrected within the risk-on sentiment. Stocks and bonds are starting to live with the new realities, and aren't undergoing tectonic shifts either way no matter what's happening in the real world. Expect to see some chop not of the most volatile flavor next, and for the bulls to step in in the near future.
What's most interesting about bonds now, is the relenting pressure on the Fed to raise rates - the 2-year yield is moving down noticeably, and that means much practical progress on fighting inflation can't be expected. Not that there was much to start with, but the expectations of the hawkish Fed talk turning into action, are being dialed back. The current geopolitical events provide a scene to which attention is fixated while inflation fires keep raging on with renewed vigor (beyond energies) - just as I was calling for a little deceleration in CPI towards the year end bringing it to probably 5-6%, this figure is starting to look too optimistic on the price stability front.
Predictable consequence are strong appreciation days across the board in commodities and precious metals - let's enjoy the sizable open profits especially in oil and copper. I told you weeks ago that real assets are where to look for in portfolio gains - and even the modest S&P 500 long profits taken off the table yesterday, are taking my portfolio performance chart to fresh highs.
I hope you've been enjoying my calls, and are secure in the turmoil around. Way more profits are on the way, and I am not even discussing the lastest agrifoods calls concerning wheat and corn, for all the right reasons (just check out the key exporters overview)...
Let's move right into the charts (all courtesy of www.stockcharts.com).
S&P 500 and Nasdaq Outlook
This time, the S&P 500 bulls didn't shake off the selling pressure - the broad retreat though smacks of temporary setback. As in that the direction to the downside hasn't been decided yet - I'm looking for the buyers to dip their toes here.
HYG downswing didn't attract too many sellers, and was partially bought, which means that the pendulum is ready to shift (have a go at shifting) the other way now.
Gold, Silver and Miners
Precious metals are doing just great, and can be counted on to extend gains. Remember about the rate raising reappreciation that I talked in the long opening part of today's analysis - at central banks, that's where to look financially.
Crude oil bears have been taken to the woodshed, except that not at all discreetly. Let's keep riding this bull that had brought great profits already, for some more - as I have learned, I was a lone voice calling for more upside before last week's events.
Copper is a laggard, but still taking part in the upswing. The prior underperformance which I took issue with yesterday, was indeed a bit too odd.
Bitcoin and Ethereum
Crypto bulls are consolidating well reasoned and deserved gains, and the circumstances don't favor a steep downswing really. The current tight range is likely to be resolved to the upside in due course.
S&P 500 turnaround is not a rickety-free ride, but goes on at its own shaky pace. Stocks are likely to consolidate today as bonds turn a little more in the risk-on side, which reflects last but not least the looming reassessment of hawkish Fed policies. That's where the puck is (and will increasingly be even more so as Wayne Gretzky would say) financially, and I discussed that at length in the opening part of today's analysis - have a good look. Precious metals and commodities already know they won't be crushed by any new Paul Volcker. Enjoy the profitable rides presented!
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