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Dividend Investing Weekly: When Reputation Far Precedes Reality

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12/07/2015
When Reputation Far Precedes Reality


European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi offered some bold public statements in October following a string of soft economic data points that coincided with the 40% sell-off in China’s CSI 300 Index. Publicly stating he and his fellow ECB members “would do whatever it takes” earned him the catchy titles of “Super Mario” and “The Mighty Draghi” leading up to Dec. 3's much-anticipated ECB fiscal policy meeting.

To say that the supremely confident “Italian stallion” banker laid an egg in outlining the future terms of quantitative easing (QE) for the region would be the understatement of 2015. Draghi’s measures truly fell short of expectations and caused a violent reaction where the euro spiked 2.6% and the European equity markets tanked by 3.0%. His stance also rippled heavily into U.S. markets -- causing a 420-point swing in the Dow from a 168-point gain in pre-market trading to a 252-point loss by the closing bell. It was not a good day for the not-so-super Mario.

It will only get more convoluted when Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, testifying in front of the Congressional Joint Economic Committee, performs a Ringling Brothers circus act where she lays out the Fed’s plan to raise rates later this month. She said “the domestic economy is improving,” while couching that statement by saying “any further rate increases will come slowly in the months ahead amid tepid growth overseas.”

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That’s Fed speak for: We’ve been telegraphing this rate hike for months and, come hell or high water, we’re going to raise rates to save face in light of the fact that the most recent readings of domestic Chicago PMI, ISM Services, Retail Sales and Pending Home Sales all missed forecasts by a country mile. Plus, emerging markets are in a steep recession and China’s central bank is manipulating its stock market in the final hour of trading every other day to keep it afloat while tossing short sellers into hard-labor camps.

So the market’s had a hissy fit, but at the end of the day, there is little in the way of alternative places for capital to flow for absolute returns. Short-term German sovereign bonds have negative current yields and I’ve yet to meet one investor who wants to allocate investment capital in the newly accepted reserve currency status of the yuan backed by the “full faith and credit” of the People’s Bank of China.

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In case you missed it, I encourage you to read my e-letter column from last week about my analysis of December's potential FOMC rate hike. I also invite you to comment in the space provided below my Eagle Daily Investor commentary.

 

Sincerely, 

Bryan Perry
Editor, Cash Machine
Editor, Premium Income

Editor, Quick Income Trader

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