As it is sometimes impossible to follow markets and/or FinTwit (Finance Twitter) on a daily basis. I decided lately to post a weekly recap of the most interesting, exciting and most debatable charts of my Twitter feed.

Here is the link to the previous series:

I also recommend you to read the discussions below those charts (just click the link above the chart) which are very educational and entertaining, thank you very much for your contribution! Enjoy!

1. China agreed to purchase an additional $200 billion in U.S. goods over the next two years as part of the “phase one” trade deal.

2. Only 5% out of 250 investors who attended the Global Strategy Conference in London, held by Goldman Sachs see a recession in the US this year.

3. In 2019, world trade growth was negative for the first time since the Great Financial Crisis.

4. A very close correlation between Global Money Supply (global liquidity) and the MSCI World Stock Index representing roughly 85% of stocks in 23 Developed Markets.

5. Recent Palladium spike and reasons behind.

6. Apple's Market Capitalization is almost as big as the entire Australian stock market's cap.

7. The Bloomberg US Consumer Comfort Index has reached the highest level since 2000.

8. Very high correlation between the S&P 500 and the Federal Reserve's total value of assets on its balance sheet.

9. Top 10% wealthiest of the US population own 84% of all stocks held by households.

10. 43% of US respondents (out of 1000+) In Allianz Markets Perceptions Study said that a recession in the United States is imminent.

Which chart do you find the most intriguing or interesting? Drop me a comment.

All the best.