The Fed And The Blues: Wilshire 5000 And Russell 2000 Indices Falling With The Fed’s Balance Sheet Unwind

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Its called The Fed Unwind Blues.

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Both the Wilshire 5000 and Russell 2000 equity indices are falling with The Fed’s balance sheet unwind.


And the Janus and Pimco fixed-income funds are doing so well either with the Fed’s unwind.


Speaking of funds, I want to congratulate a former University of Chicago student of mine, Kevin Smith of Crescat, for being recognized by Bloomberg among hedge fund winners in 2018.


The Fed and the unwind blues!



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