If inflation doesn't translate to higher Treasury yields, here's where will it appear and what you do to benefit from it.
There are several reasons to believe the Russell 2000 will experience catch-up trading action in the near future.
They are the charts of the S&P 500 and U.S. dollar, and their patterns could influence most stocks, commodities and currencies.
We must see equity markets, the Nasdaq Composite and Nasdaq 100 in particular, fight back this week to keep on believing in this market.
Also, interpreting Tuesday's market, Covid-19 vaccine update, and manufacturing growth.
Look for further long-term declines in DXY.
The true question is, is there even another currency that can replace the dollar? Not really.
We'll miss you, Shinzo Abe, who had big dreams but has only partially brought them into reality in Japan.
Let's look at what currency moves, the possibility of inflation and real yields could mean for stocks.
Make no mistake, we're at the beginning of the demise of the dollar, but we're still years away from a total collapse.