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. US Conference Board Leading Economic Indicators (LEI) year over year change is up just 0.1% - weakest YoY move since Nov 2009.

2. Importance of following the High Yield Corporate Bonds (ETF HYG - yellow line) vs the S&P 500.

3. Correlation between the S&P 500 and the Federal Reserve's total value of assets on its balance sheet (BS)

4. The S&P 500 index versus the total value of assets of the major central banks, the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan over the last decade.

5. The CNN's Fear and Greed Index update.

6. Different assets classes performance between Jan 17 and Jan 27, 2020.

7. The market is currently pricing more than 1 interest rate cut in the US by the year end.

8. Apple's stock repurchases over the last 7 years have amounted to $319 billion which is greater than the market cap of 490 companies in the S&P 500.

9. QE (Quantitative Easing or massive asset scale purchases) or Not QE debate continues.

10. The best and the worst prepared countries for an epidemic/pandemic in the world.

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

Thank you for reading.