USD Liquidity Conditions Index and its Impact on Bitcoin Price
How has the Fed's reckless rate hikes led to a broader increase in financial liquidity in risky markets? Bitcoin prices may not be directly correlated to Fed rate hikes, but they must be strongly correlated to USD Liquidity.
Bitcoin's Surge Reveals the Power of Sentiment Cycles
Bitcoin (BTC) has been very volatile lately. There is a lot of market speculation as to why, but how do sentiment cycles affect bitcoin?
Gold Surges as Rate Hike Expectations Fall
Recently, gold price has surged as global political and financial instability has increased due to the escalation of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and the rise in U.S. bond yields.
Rate hike expectations lower as U.S. budget deficit soars
The U.S. government deficit soared, expectations of a recession increased and expectations of a rate hike continued to decline.
Interpreting the Impact of the FOMC Meeting
The Federal Reserve attempts to clearly communicate its monetary policy intentions through its FOMC meeting statements and releases in order to influence various expectations in the markets and the economy.
Federal Reserve Monetary Policy and Inflation Forecast
This article combed through the Federal Reserve focus on inflation data and some forward-looking data, and provide access to query tools, and finally on the characteristics of this inflation, trend analysis, predict the direction of the Federal Reserve's monetary policy.
A comprehensive guide to the US Dollar Index (USDX)
A comprehensive guide to the US Dollar Index (USDX), analyzing factors and impacts.
Will the bull market continue with Japanese stocks at record highs?
The Japanese stock market has hit more than 30-year highs this year. On Friday, the Nikkei 225 rose 0.41% to a near-January high at the close in Tokyo, Japan. With Japanese stocks at record highs, can the bull market continue?
Earnings beat expectations, where is NVIDIA's ceiling?
Nvidia's leadership position in AI is already as strong as ever, and NVIDIA will continue to lead the industry in a higher direction.
Why is Japan not worried about yen depreciation?
The Japanese government, business community and economists are not overly concerned about the state of the yen because Japan's GDP growth continues to perform very well, even exceeding expectations.
Fighting Sticky Inflation: Why the Fed Isn't Focusing on the Money Supply
The Federal Reserve no longer regulates the money supply as its primary objective and means of influencing economic activity.
Is gold or bitcoin the best anti-inflationary asset when U.S. debt is downgraded?
Whether gold or bitcoin is the best anti-inflationary asset may not have been in bitcoin's favor over the past two years, but we can still leave some room for hope for bitcoin in the long run.
The bulls are soaring, will the tight supply and strong demand continue to push the price of oil higher?
With both WTI and Brent crude oil markets showing a general bullish sentiment, investors should pay close attention to changes in crude oil market supply and international political factors.
Tech Stock Earnings and Labor Market Data roll around this week: How to interpret Labor Market Indicators
Studying the U.S. labor market for stock investing helps to better understand the performance of the economy and companies. However, there are many factors to consider when investing in stocks, and the labor market is only one of them. Investors must also consider other macroeconomic indicators and market dynamics to make more accurate investment decisions.
US markets are feeding back with continued frenzy. Is the Fed's monetary policy winning the war on inflation?
Monetary policy is a blunt instrument; changes in interest rates affect the entire economy and cannot be targeted at a narrow set of markets or a few overheated sectors.
Wall Street's shorts are turning, Is there still a chance for a bottom?
Following the release of the Federal Reserve's decision on July 27, the market continued to ignore the likelihood that tighter monetary policy would cause a recession and continued to bet on an uptrend, with the S&P 500 briefly rising to its highest level since last April.