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News and Media

  • Chief investment strategist Jeffrey Snider guests on the Santelli Exchange
  • Chief investment strategist Jeffrey Snider guests on CNBC’s Street Signs
  • Chief investment strategist Jeffrey Snider guests on the Santelli Exchange
  • Ceo Joseph Y Calhoun guests on the Kudlow Report

Blog  

  • 25Nov

    Contours of the Cliff

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (0)
    I usually ignore sentiment surveys as, to reiterate one more time, they do not mean what people think they mean (and certainly not how they are used). The ISM Manufacturing Survey, for example, has been...
    24Nov

    There Will Be Other Exits Apparently

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (1)
    There were already operational problems in September when the Fed capped the limit on its reverse repo program, so in retrospect it isn’t all that surprising that it is being downplayed now. As the FOMC...
  • 23Nov

    A Closer Look: Market Style

    by Marcelo Perez  Comments (0)
    Under uncertain yet seemingly improving economic conditions, the S&P 500 Index ((IVV)) has inched its way forward for much of the year, gaining just under 14% during this low-volume, low (but increasing) volatility period. The...
  • 23Nov

    The Return of Conundrum

    by Joseph Y. Calhoun  Comments (0)
    co·nun·drum – noun: A confusing or difficult problem; a question or problem having only a conjectural answer Merriam-Webster Back in the last Fed tightening cycle, Alan Greenspan described the refusal of long term rates to...
    21Nov

    Corporate Evidence For Liquidity Regime Change

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (0)
    Adding to the repo observations from this morning regarding illiquidity and more importantly gathering risk aversion, the behavior of corporate bonds and spreads matches that overall sketch very closely. The key point is how different...
  • 21Nov

    More Evidence For Liquidity Regime Change

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (3)
    There is so much depth that is missing from the ongoing discussion about the state of “markets” as the Federal Reserve purportedly moves toward “normalizing” its regime. That isn’t all that surprising given that most...