Here's an overview of the topics and charts covered in the latest edition of the Weekly Macro Themes report (one of the key reports of our institutional research service)
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This week we covered the following topics/ideas:
1. US Political Risk – 2020 Elections: A simple cycles analysis on our poll-of-polls shows the prospects for some significant gyration in the polls headed into November; likely also leading to swings in sentiment.
2. Gold/Miners: As gold gears up for a possible major breakout miners look technically attractive. We look at 15 charts on gold and gold miners to gauge the risk/return outlook.
3. US REITS: Although sentiment is improving on REITs/Real Estate, absolute valuations have rebounded back to expensive levels, and multiple uncertainties remain.
4. TIPS: After rebounding from extreme cheap levels, TIPS breakevens look to be in the process of breaking higher with a number of prospective tailwinds in play.
5. EM Equities: Remain comfortable with a bullish medium-longer term view on EM equities given sentiment, policy, and valuations, but the technicals flag short-term downside risk. There are 2 particular charts capturing our attention...
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