The weather seems to be quite stormy for Wallstreet’s one of the biggest bulls as it prepares itself for anticipated market swings.
Christopher Harvey fears that the market is about to hit an ultra altar low U.S rate and even negative rates in abroad.
With a. S&P 500 and Down is 4% the Well Fargo Securities employee suggest that this could lead to another drop sell-off.
“If you have a loss of confidence with the rate market, that’s going to spill over into equities,” the firm’s head told CNBC last Thursday. “We really think rates are leading equities at this point in time… We think the rate market is exceptionally important at this point in time.”
The hard if the Equity share department claims that eroding confidence at this time will push the stocks even lower. but Harvey also believes that the premature will move into bear cramp.
For the time being Harvey’s 500 S&P is still intact while he looks for better options to put his money in focusing on pulling quality names that have a compelling price- listing semiconductor, food, beverages, and other diversified companies as attractive groups.
These are the companies that are expected to do well in an environment that still exhibits economical growth.
Harvey’s bullishness is expected to calm some frazzled nerves on the street.
We’re not in negative rate territory,” Harvey said. “We have a good valuation, lower rates and we have an underlying economy that’s three yards and a cloud of dust.”
He came into 2019 with the lowest S&P year-end price and then hit bullish in April. He has not looked back since the term.
In a recent note, he wrote: We hear the frustration/despair from rates players — and that’s not good because fear and loss of confidence fester. Best trader quote we’ve heard: ‘It’s a ‘pencils down’ moment.’”