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Started trading in options in 2000 and expanded to FX in 2002
Has worked with DailyFX since attending college in 2004 starting with an internship
Has spoken at numerous trader expos and conferences over the years
Bachelor’s degree cum laude in in Finance and Investment degree the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College in New York City
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“We spend so much time focusing on our ‘edge’ and eventually we move on to work in risk and positioning management. Over so many years, though, I find that the most important progress I’ve made was through working on my own behavior or psychology. A sound analysis to establish probabilities is straightforward, but our perspective and interpretations are rarely so clear cut.“
Historically, December is the host of the 'holiday' lull; but recent history has shown bouts of volatility in the middle of the month. I suspect we are looking at a $VIX charge over the next two weeks (similar to 2021): https://www.dailyfx.com/news/keeping-up-dow-rally-and-dollar-tumble-momentum-may-be-difficult-next-week-20221202.html https://t.co/9Wp8BRX1up
Keep an eye out for unscheduled Fed remarks today.
Let's see if they have a need to steer market expectations after the is back and forth from Powell response to PCE dud to NFPs whip.
Charles Evans is on the schedule 15 minutes from now
It seems the overall interpretation of the November US labor report is that the Fed still has plenty of room to combat still-oppressive inflation.
Powell's remarks were not enough differentiated enough to build upon a more serious back off on monetary policy from previous weeks
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