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[商业新闻] 【整理】2016-01-29&01-31 市场动荡令美联储加息概率大降

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Trader: Fed rhetoric needs to change   

Scott Shellady, Senior Vice President at Alpha Modus, says the Fed needs to change its rhetoric and return to data dependency.


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We’ve talked a lot about the Fed in the past. No one expects them to move this time. But what do you think we are gonna hear from them?



That’s the most important thing we’ve got on the docket this week, you know, if we are gonna shake ourselves from this southern rally watch oil melt down, kind of the world where we are right now, we are gonna need to see a little bit different kind of rhetoric out from the fed, because I think these four index rate hikes or two industry rate hikes is almost impossible. I think they were gonna need to see some strengthening economic numbers what’s we are not gonna see. Number two, we are gonna see the Fed maybe climbed down a kind of shift gears and go back to data dependency when it comes to index rate hikes we are gonna have, because if this market is gonna continue to brace, you know, she raised Indus rates

into the teeth
of maybe a recession in December. I don’t think she’s gonna afford to do it two to maybe four times this year. So we are gonna have to wait and see about some more better economic indicators rather than just say what we are gonna do is what we are gonna do regardless. I think that we are gonna have to hear some rhetoric, it’s gonna be very interesting to say what you have to say this week.




Yeah, because if that is the case, they need to really start laying the groundwork now. I know a lot of people are listening to whether there are sort of comment on this volatility. This is an environment we are…that rally that we saw last week in some ways was helped or sparked by the European Central Bank. Had Marow Jawky hinting that there may be more stimulus to come, we may have the Bank of Japan also coming to the table some stimulus. Is all of that going to work in either boosting growth or calming the market nerves?



I don’t think it’s gonna boost growth, I mean, I think that we had failed, you know, we failed at doing it here. You know, Marow Jawky, yes, he spurred on both the equity market and the oil market last week. But you know, he started off by saying the downside risks are still there, and they are big. So he then sort of talked about what he might do about them. And again Asia is still having their problems. Now we are not seeing China melt down, but China is definitely slowing. So where is all this good news out there? The only thing I could say is that yeah, we’ve had decent car sells, but that’s because they will give you loan for 72 years to buy the car. So we are selling cars, but we are selling them with people putting their payments up for very, very long time. They are going by the monthly payment. That’s only thing I can say is good about the economy. Look at CPI, PPI, industrial production. We don’t have any inflation. We’ve got a Fed that wants to judge the economy. How many people they are putting back to work, even though these people are taking jobs that aren’t what they used to be? They are not manufacturing. They are more in service sectors. Rather than seeing if there is anything really something happen in economy, and all the numbers that I just mentioned show you that there’s really no inflation there and zero percent entrust rates for seven years, and we couldn’t get any inflations, so we decided to hike anyway. I mean that’s just confounding me. And I’ll tell you right now -- there’s a 50-50 percent chance that she actually cuts rates before she hikes again.



And you haven’t seeing it all long some other people starting to come around that point of view as well. Scott, we headed if all of that is true, there’s really no good news out there. Does that mean that we are ahead of another painful letdown for stock markets?



Well, I mean yeah, painful, but it’s probably like ripping the bandaid off. I mean, we’ve been hiding behind the guys off all this Fiat money or free money in the Fed’s been pumping into it, but at the other day, it’s helped…obviously it helped the equity market for asset prices, but it really doesn’t help the men on the street. And the reason why we everybody’s talked about this market, this sell off in an orderly fashion, we haven’t seen the panic. I think the man on the streets is thinking to himself, finally, I mean, we might finally have

reality here. We can’t all time record highs in the stock market, and have your economic situation at home be all time low. So it just doesn’t make sense. So until we get the broad swath of America on board with this, we have some real true growth, nothing is really gonna change. And yes, I still think that equities will trade

heavy. We have really shifted from a modality of by-the-dips. We are definitely in a sell and rally modality now. So that’s why I think you are gonna see it’s gonna be hard for equities to rally, in the face that, and the only thing that’s going to save it, is good economic news. I don’t see that coming.

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We’ve talked a lot about the Fed in the past. No one expects them to move this time. But what do you think we are gonna hear from them?

That’s the most important thing we’ve got on the docket this week, you know, if we are gonna shake ourselves from this southern rally watch oil melt down, kind of the world where we are right now, we are gonna need to see a little bit different kind of rhetoric out from the fed, because I think these four index rate hikes or two industry rate hikes is almost impossible. I think they were gonna need to see some strengthening economic numbers what’s we are not gonna see. Number two, we are gonna see the Fed maybe climbed down a kind of shift gears and go back to data dependency when it comes to index rate hikes we are gonna have, because if this market is gonna continue to brace, you know, she raised Indus rates  into the teeth of  maybe a recession in December. I don’t think she’s gonna afford to do it two to maybe four times this year. So we are gonna have to wait and see about some more better economic indicators rather than just say what we are gonna do is what we are gonna do regardless. I think that we are gonna have to hear some rhetoric, it’s gonna be very interesting to say what you have to say this week.

Yeah, because if that is the case, they need to really start laying the groundwork now. I know a lot of people are listening to whether there are sort of comment on this volatility. This is an environment we are…that rally that we saw last week in some ways was helped or sparked by the European Central Bank. Had Marow Jawky hinting that there may be more stimulus to come, we may have the Bank of Japan also coming to the table some stimulus. Is all of that going to work in either boosting growth or calming the market nerves?

I don’t think it’s gonna boost growth, I mean, I think that we had failed, you know, we failed at doing it here. You know, Marow Jawky, yes, he spurred on both the equity market and the oil market last week. But you know, he started off by saying the downside risks are still there, and they are big. So he then sort of talked about what he might do about them. And again Asia is still having their problems. Now we are not seeing China melt down, but China is definitely slowing. So where is all this good news out there? The only thing I could say is that yeah, we’ve had decent car sells, but that’s because they will give you loan for 72 years to buy the car. So we are selling cars, but we are selling them with people putting their payments up for very, very long time. They are going by the monthly payment. That’s only thing I can say is good about the economy. Look at CPI, PPI, industrial production. We don’t have any inflation. We’ve got a Fed that wants to judge the economy. How many people they are putting back to work, even though these people are taking jobs that aren’t what they used to be? They are not manufacturing. They are more in service sectors. Rather than seeing if there is anything really something happen in economy, and all the numbers that I just mentioned show you that there’s really no inflation there and zero percent entrust rates for seven years, and we couldn’t get any inflations, so we decided to hike anyway. I mean that’s just confounding me. And I’ll tell you right now -- there’s a 50-50 percent chance that she actually cuts rates before she hikes again.

And you haven’t seeing it all long some other people starting to come around that point of view as well. Scott, we headed if all of that is true, there’s really no good news out there. Does that mean that we are ahead of another painful letdown for stock markets?

Well, I mean yeah, painful, but it’s probably like ripping the bandaid off. I mean, we’ve been hiding behind the guys off all this Fiat money or free money in the Fed’s been pumping into it, but at the other day, it’s helped…obviously it helped the equity market for asset prices, but it really doesn’t help the men on the street. And the reason why we everybody’s talked about this market, this sell off in an orderly fashion, we haven’t seen the panic. I think the man on the streets is thinking to himself, finally, I mean, we might finally have reality here. We can’t all time record highs in the stock market, and have your economic situation at home be all time low. So it just doesn’t make sense. So until we get the broad swath of America on board with this, we have some real true growth, nothing is really gonna change. And yes, I still think that equities will trade heavy. We have really shifted from a modality of by-the-dips. We are definitely in a sell and rally modality now. So that’s why I think you are gonna see it’s gonna be hard for equities to rally, in the face that, and the only thing that’s going to save it, is good economic news. I don’t see that coming.
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until we get the broad swath of America on board with this
We have really shifted from a modality of by-the-dips
这两句话分别是说 知道我们让美国大部分人们都赞同这个事实 // 我们从一点点微降的模式改变 ?
不知道理解得对不对
We have talked a lot about the Fed in the past . no one expects them to move this time, but what do you think we are gonna to hear from them?
That’s the most important thing we’ve got on the docket this week, you know we can shake ourselves from this southern rally watch oil melt down, kind of world right now, we are gonna need to see a little bit of different, kind of rhetoric out from the fed, because I think these four indutry rate hike or two industry rate hikes these years is almost imposible. I think they are gonna need to see some strenght economic numbers which we aren’t gonna see, No2, we are gonna see Fed maybe climb down or a kind of shift gears, and ge back to date denpedence when it comes *** we are gonna have, because if this market is gonna continue to brace, you know she raise Indus rats into the teeth of may be recession in December, I don’t thik she is gonna afford to do it two maybe four times this year, so we are gonna have to wait and see about the more better economy indicates rather just say what we are gonna do is what we are gonna do regardless, I think that we are gonna have to hear some rhetoric, it is gonna very interesting to say what you have to say this week.
Yeah because that is the case day, they need really start laying the groundwork, now I know a lot of people are listening to whether there are sort of the common on this volatility. This is an environment where, that rally that we saw last week, in some ways was helped or sparked by the European Central bank. Had M D hinting that maybe there be more stimulus to come, we may have the Back of Japan, also, coming to the tables, some stimulus is all that going to work either boosting growth or calming the market nerves?
I don’t think it is gonna boost growth, I mean I think we had failed, you know we failed doing it here, you know M D yes he spurred on both the equilty and the other oil market last week, but you known he start off by saying the downside risk are still there and biger, so he then sort of talk about what might do about them. And again Asian is still in, is still having their problems. Now we are not see China melt down, but China is definitely slowing. So where is all this good news out of there , the only thing that I can say, yeah we’ve decent car sells, that’s becauses give you loan for 72 years to buy the cars, so we’re selling cars with people putting their payments after very very long time, they are going by monthly payment, that’s the only thing I can say is good about economy, look at CPI PPA industrial production, we don’t have inflation. We’ve got a Fed that wants to judge economy how many people they are  putting back to work, even though those people are taking jobs what they used to be. They are not manufacturing, the more in service sectors, rather than seeing there is anything really happening to economy, and all the numbers I did mention show you that there is really no inflation there, and zero percent *** rate for seven years, how we couldn’t get any inflation so we decide to hike anyway, I mean just that’s just confounding me, I will tell you right now, there is 50-50 percent chances, cuts the rate before she hikes them again.
And I know, you haven’t seeing that along, some other people starting tocome around that point of view as well, S we headed if all that is true there is really no good news out there,Does that mean we are ahead of another painful letdown for stocket markets?
Well, I mean yeah painful but it is probably like ripping the bandaid off, I mean we’ve hiden behind the guys all this fear money or free money in the money Fed’s been pumping into it, but the other day it’s helped, obviously it’s helped the equity market for asset price, but it really doesn’t help the man on the street, and the reason why everybody talk about this market, kind of orderly, sell off orderly fashion, we haven’t see panic. I think the man on the streets like think of himself finally , I mean we may have some reality, we can’t have all time record highs in the stock market and have you economic situation at home he all the time low, it just doesn’t make no sense, so until we get the broad swatch of American on board with this, we have some real ture growth, nothing is really gonna change, yes I still think that equities will trade heavy. We’ve really shifted from a modality of by-the-dips. We definitely in a sell and rally modality now, so that’s why I think you’re gonna see it’s gonna be hard for equity to rally, in face of that, and the olny thing that’s going to save it, it’s good economic news, I don’t see that coming
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