Monthly Archives: August 2012

Add to that — The World’s Most Hated Rally?

Yesterday I posted comments that the recent markets were like watching paint dry. Maybe not so much in fixed-income as yields have been rising some. However, combine watching paint dry and “The World’s Most Hated Rally?” is why it often … Continue reading

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Watching Paint Dry

“We’re going to drift until something concrete happens—it’s like watching paint dry,” said Alan Valdes, director of floor operations and VP of trading at DME Securities. “Nothing’s settled in Europe and we’re still waiting for the Fed to see if … Continue reading

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2 Down — 1 to Go

For those keeping score at home — the financial markets have been in store for quite a week. Well two of the three events have occured and only the US jobs report remains tomorrow.   On Wednesday we had comments … Continue reading

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