Global stock markets and U.S. futures are mixed this morning as bond yields and a sell-off in Treasury debt stabilize, easing worries about a potential rise in interest rates.
We might see an increase in interest rates, I believe we’ll only reach 2.5% by the end of this year while the market is already starting to price in about 3.5%.
So let’s not get too carried away here…
Remember, bond prices and interest rates have an inverse relationship because bonds are an IOU with fixed sums. That fixed sum has to get there, either through the bond price or interest rates.So if interest rates go up, bond prices will go down.
In today’s video, I’ll show you which factors are impacting the global economy the most… which sectors are set to rise… which sectors you’ll want to avoid… a simple tool I use to determine if markets are bullish, bearish or neutral… and three stocks on my radar right now.
P.S. I’ve found a way to spot three, five and even 10 times gains in less than a month’s time by targeting “microbursts” on some of the market’s most explosive stocks.
Microbursts are quick, punchy moves in small-cap stocks that, once started, can return triple digits in a matter of days. In fact, I recently signaled a 414% return on CNE in under a week.
And now I’m ready to discuss how I find these little-known microbursts with you…