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John Zechner on BNN|Bloomberg’s The Open: Shorting Netflix, Tesla & Uber

November 29, 2019

John shares his thoughts on managing recession threats, buying bonds and shorting tech flyers

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Latest Commentary

Bond Commentary ~ November 2019

Jeff Herold

Every month this year it seems the bond market has been dominated by the twists and turns of the ongoing U.S./China trade war, and November was no different. Optimism that a partial “Phase 1” deal between the two countries was imminent led to a sharp selloff in bonds at the start of November. Yields of […]

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Selling Trade Optimism = Buying Stocks

John Zechner

We have to grudgingly give the U.S. President credit on his ability to keep sending stocks upward on continued tweets and other public releases from himself and his ‘minions’ (U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and WG economic advisor Larry Kudlow in particular) about ‘how close’ they are to a ‘Phase One’ […]

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Bond Commentary ~ October 2019

Jeff Herold

Global bonds moved in wide ranges during October as investor sentiment about economic growth swung from pessimism to optimism and back. On the first day of the month, surprisingly weak U.S. manufacturing data caused global bond yields to drop as investors feared slowing growth. Yields continued to fall until, later in that week, robust labour […]

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