Yeah, it was pretty bad.
The CPI came in hot, above expectations, leading to a small selloff.
But it wasn’t anything like last month, because those who needed to deleverage already took their positions down.
On top of that, we now have a Fed that is super clear that they’ll hike aggressively.
Here are the current odds of what the Fed will do during the July meeting, per the Fed Fund Futures market:
A month ago, the market priced in a 50% chance of a 2.00 – 2.25% rate.
Today, there’s now a 78% chance of a 2.50-2.75% hike.
I’m becoming more contrarian on this issue…
I think deflation is setting up to be a bigger risk than inflation. More on that in a few days.
But the volatility in bonds and stocks has helped us find some nice deals.
We discovered an eCommerce company trading at a 1x sales multiple, and it’s setting up for a quick potential 50% pop.
And, just today, we rolled up on a former high-flyer stock — a key insider threw down a ton of cash into the company.
If it hits my key levels, we could be good for 50% gain here…
And if our options play works out, we’ve got at least 160% potential return on capital lined up…
And that’s just the start if this gets going.
This isn’t me being a genius stock picker, believe it or not.
I’m just following investors MUCH smarter than me.
They’re among the smartest investors on the planet… because they’re the company insiders.
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