Leveraged Loans, Russian Dumping, Phillips Curve and the Fed

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On today’s edition, I talk about how the stock market indices all act the same and the two reasons why that happens.

I also cover what insiders are doing, and have been doing, since the last great recession in 2008.

I cover what is happening to the leveraged loan market since December and what that means for the current credit cycle.

I discuss why the Phillips Curve that most Fed economists use doesn’t work and what that means for current dollar policy.

Lastly, I examine why Russia just shifted out of $100 billion in US dollars into the Chinese Yuan, Japanese Yen, and the Euro.

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