In this regular Radio Free Wall Street podcast for subscribers, Russ Winter and Lee Adler discuss the signs that foreign central banks are reducing their support of US markets and why. Likewise, Primary Dealers, who were positioned massively wrong at the top of the bond bull market are also tip toeing away. Finally, Russ discusses the banker participation report in the gold futures markets, and the action in the Shanghai market, including the implications of the fact that the world’s biggest bullion banks have just established massive long positions. Subscribers may click here to listen to the complete podcast.
Listen to a free 5 minute clip of this podcast. Lee Adler discusses why it’s critical to track foreign central bank purchases of US Treasury and Agency securities and what their current position is telling us about the market. He also takes a look at how wrong Primary Dealers have been in trading Treasuries and why that’s so crucial. He tracks, charts, analyzes, and reports these items weekly in the Wall Street Examiner Professional Edition Fed Report. Click here to listen.
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