Daniel Deming

We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Daniel Deming is associated, including Fed, market, and momentum. Most recently, Daniel Deming has been quoted saying: “If you continue to see this strong push toward the end of the year, you don't see investors feeling the need to short. It's certainty versus uncertainty in the market, and right now, right or wrong, the market feels fairly certain about some of the decisions it will have to face.” in the article The number of investors betting against the market is on a steep decline. An other article where Daniel Deming has been quoted is The 'fear index' is telling markets more right now than stocks are.

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The market is just taking its cue from the fact there's a severe lack of realized volatility ... Market participants have been conditioned that any weakness in the market is short-lived.

If you continue to see this strong push toward the end of the year, you don't see investors feeling the need to short. It's certainty versus uncertainty in the market, and right now, right or wrong, the market feels fairly certain about some of the decisions it will have to face.

The pricing of the (volatility) options is based on what is perceived as greater risk in the next week or two than what the market is currently realizing.

You've got two schools of thought here. You have momentum traders buying dips but you also have the dollar rising and the view that it could keep going is weighing on markets.

If we break that level, then you could see some more downside momentum.

A close below 2,150 would have a negative impact on expectations here at least for the next couple days.

As long as there is no formal resolution that will weigh heavily on the market.

I tend to look at the market from three different perspectives: Technical, fundamental and psychological.

It's hard to fight the Fed, and I just think the Fed's hands are still tied and that's why the market is doing what it's doing. … The quest for yield continues. My gut tells me that it doesn't look right, but at the same time it's hard to fight it. I'm maintaining some defensive positions. It makes it seem like the market does want to chug higher unless the Fed does move.

Typically as you get toward the later innings, … leadership starts to narrow.

It just feels like the only players in the market are momentum players. They're really short term, just trying to play these nuances and the shifts in sentiment.

I think the big focus is how the expectations in the marketplace are going to be met by the announcement tomorrow.

I guess it makes a little more difficult hole (at the) start of the year for the market to dig itself out of. This is just a culmination of some of the things built up over the weekend – conflict in the Middle East, lower highs and lower lows.

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