Knowledge Up Ticks #3

This week I came across a few articles, a podcast and a video worth sharing

1- Bloomberg article about what happens if US bond yields go to zero
https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2020-03-10/federal-reserve-can-t-let-bond-yields-fall-to-zero

2- New article from Guggenheim Partners, very interesting point of view about this “corona virus” market environment and effect
https://www.guggenheimpartners.com/perspectives/global-cio-outlook/the-butterfly-effect

3- A new article from Kevin Muir, as always a very different perspective about the world
https://adventuresincapitalism.com/2020/03/08/hospitality-goes-no-bid/

4- Special Saxo Market Call, market perspectives and future
link

5 – Real Vision Market Fault Lines Exposed by Oil Shock | The Big Conversation | Refinitiv. Some perspectives about what´s next for only
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcLLmzziadA

Knowledge Up Ticks #2

This week I came across a few articles and podcasts that seem worth sharing.
As almost anything new worth this weeks It´s related to corona virus.

1- Odd lots new episode
What Coronavirus Means For The Chinese Supply Chain

2- This special episode of Industry Focus with Ben Hunt is just amazing. I am an avid reader of Ben´s blog (https://www.epsilontheory.com/)
Bonus: Ben Hunt on Narrative and Markets

3- Chant with traders new risk management podcast, just pure gold
189: Best of Risk Management, Pt. 2

4- New article from Mark Down
The Anatomy of a Sell Off: The Three Phases

Knowledge Up Ticks #1

My idea about the blog was to share my own content and ideas.
But today, sharing some good content from other traders/creators with a friend a blog reader he suggested I should once in a while share some “good stuff” I found across the internet. So Knowledge Up Ticks was born.

For this first edition, I am going to share a post from Jesse Felder, author of the blog https://thefelderreport.com . Jesse points out a very interesting trend with
Hindenburg Omens, for those who don’t know what this is check this link from investopedia (https://www.investopedia.com/terms/h/hindenburgomen.asp).
He points out that even though story doesn’t repeat itself, It does rhyme.

Share:
https://thefelderreport.com/2020/02/12/a-new-cluster-of-hindenburg-omens-betrays-the-bullish-case-for-stocks


The second share is a podcast. I am a huge fan of podcasts. Free knowledge with minimum effort? sign me up.
This episode (https://chatwithtraders.com/ep-188-best-of-risk-management-pt-1/) from Chart with traders is just amazing, one of the hardest things for me as a trader is risk management. This 52 minutes episode is pure gold, being a part one episode, I hope the other parts are just us good.