Macroeconomic Hotspots Interpretation

Jun 07,2023
Contrary to what others might think : I do not think June presents much of shorting opportunities, unlike what May brought to us. I have been adamant on shorting all May but now I am much less certain about shorting. The reasons are as follows : 1. The regulation headwinds are removed in the short term. Yes, there will be more news related to Binance and Coinbase lawsuits. But those will only be marginally affecting the market at best. Yesterday, the market failed to move lower facing Coinbase lawsuit is a manifestation of where the short-term momentum goes. 2. At the end of July, there will be huge liquidity drain with the issuance of U.S. debt. The crypto market might just as well get a short breath before moving down along with U.S. equity. 3. Making money by shorting the market is toxic even if I consistently shorted the market during the last two years. One has to be aware of the effect shorting has on you. Huge profits are made more by longing than by shorting. Taking a break from shorting could be also beneficial, mentally.
An in-depth look at inflation trends, monetary policy, commodities, derivatives flows and geo-factors. On the one hand, crypto assets are increasingly part of the global macro map, but crypto asset prices react more slowly to macro factors than traditional markets, with information gaps and scope for arbitrage. On the other hand, macro liquidity is like gravity to the price of risky assets, with medium to long-term price movements ultimately reflecting macro liquidity. This indicator provides a real-time interpretation of macroeconomic hotspots. It facilitates users to understand the cycle more clearly and understand the macro fundamentals. By #Junjie @Yvonne19_1