Central Banks: Big Change Ahead
by Editorial Staff
Updated: August 08, 2022
The Fed doesn’t “drive” interest rates.” It’s a co-pilot, at best
While the Fed keeps rates, the 3- and 5-year U.S. inflation expectations the U.S. are declining fast, according to the Fed's own polls. Hmm.
Our subscribers know that the Fed doesn't set interest rates -- it simply follows the yields in the bond market.
It stands to reason, then, that to know where the rates go next, you need to watch the Elliott wave trend in the U.S. Treasuries.
Our monthly Global Market Perspective can show it to you right now -- along with updated forecasts for 50+ of the world's biggest markets.
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