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Fed Gets the Hall Pass to Raise Rates

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Fed Gets the Hall Pass to Raise Rates

The discourse of Fed speak for the past week has been more transparent than at any time in recent memory. It’s as if the entire body of Federal Reserve members got on the speaking circuit to pontificate on how the latest string of economic data supports the rationale of tightening short-term interest rates by a quarter point, taking the Fed Funds rate from 0.50% to 0.75%. More importantly, the market seems just fine with the idea, as if it’s almost a foregone conclusion.

Investors are also consumers and lately both are feeling better about their jobs, their homes and the economy in general. The final reading for the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment survey for May was revised to 94.7 from the preliminary reading of 95.8. The revised figure was below the consensus estimate of 95.5, yet it was still up nicely from the final reading of 89.0 for April and the 90.7 reading registered for May 2015.
  • The downward revision is owed entirely to the Index of Consumer Expectations, which was lowered to 84.9 from the preliminary reading of 87.5.
  • The Current Economic Conditions Index was revised up to 109.9 from the preliminary reading of 108.6.
  • It was noted in the report that there were only four prior months since the peak in January 2007 for which the Sentiment Index was higher than in May 2016.
  • Interestingly, it was said the biggest uncertainty for consumers is not whether the Fed will hike rates in the next few months, but rather what government economic policies will look like under a new president; hence, consumers have placed an added emphasis on maintaining precautionary savings.

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So by and large, there is a nonchalant attitude about a pending rate hike, which is a major departure from the high-tension landscape that has preceded prior Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meetings. If the Fed feels they aren’t going to rattle the markets with a decision to bump rates, then I would assume they would be inclined to move now while it appears as if the market is expecting it.

As far as the market trend is concerned, it would seem that investors will wait until second-quarter earnings start rolling in about six weeks from today to generate enough optimism to break the S&P out of its current trading range. That said, the trading landscape is ripe for an actively managed covered-call strategy that can optimize portfolio returns after a nice short-term rally such as last week’s move. Selling calls against the energy sector as crude trades up against resistance at $50/barrel makes sense. So does selling calls against the bank stocks that have run higher in anticipation of a Fed hike. Or taking advantage of selling calls against stocks that are extended after posting strong earnings.

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In case you missed it, I encourage you to read my e-letter column from last week about how the recent Fed meeting minutes seem to provide clarity. I also invite you to comment in the space provided below my Eagle Daily Investor commentary.



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