Market Breakdown For The Upcoming Week: May 10 — May 14

The Big Macro Picture

  • US economy is still on pace for +6% GDP growth for 2020.
  • Inflation spike is TRANSITORY as per the Fed. The Fed is closely watching but not worried and believes inflation to spike to 2.4% over the summer. Expects it to drop to 2% by end of 2020.
  • Fed continues its extremely dovish easy monetary policy and reiterates that they forecast no interest hikes through 2023 and is continuing their $120B monthly bond buying program. Yield on the US 10-Year has

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Full time options trader. I want to learn everything about anything. I believe in the future’s infinite opportunities. Arbitrage and unicorn hunter.

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