We observed some emerging QE tapering worries in the macro assets, not
yet in the equities market of which the trends remain healthy and stable.
- US Dollar index (DXY) bouncing slightly, USD/JPY broke below 98
- 10-Y Note broke below 20D MA -- we have been bearish
- Gold miners and Gold are consolidating slight, as SLV/GLD heading
- Japan (NYSEARCA:DXJ) below 20D MA -- we have been bearish
- Emerging market bonds ETF below 20D MA -- we have been bearish
- Commodity ETF (NYSEARCA:DBC) broke below 20D MA
- REITs ETF (NYSEARCA:IYR) broke below 20D MA
- Emerging markets ETFs are mixed, most are relatively stable for
instance, as Argentina (NYSEARCA:ECH) is very weak
- Basic resources sector remain strong in Europe and US
We advise remaining bullish on equities generally, entering short sale positions
on the mentioned weak macro assets for hedging.
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