Peter Tchir

Select articles by Peter Tchir of TF Market Advisors. Tchir ranks as one of the most respected financial analysts in the United States. His long experience in the in the corporate bond and structured products and credit derivative markets provide unique insight in developing trading strategies. Tchir frequently appears on Bloomberg TV and his articles are published in the Wall Street Journal, Seeking Alpha and Zero Hedge among others. Truman Factor features Tchir’s articles in English and in Spanish.

If you are going to “play the wild and crazy guy” scenario – every once in a while you have to act “wild and crazy”

If you are going to “play the wild and crazy guy” scenario – every once in a while you have to act “wild and crazy”

Announcing a default on the PSI bonds on February 24th could shake up the players…

From Newton to Bohr, Kasparov to Big Blue & from Keynes to No One

From Newton to Bohr, Kasparov to Big Blue & from Keynes to No One

Too much faith is being placed in untested economic theories that may or may not work, or may or may not even be correct…

Rally Is Starting to Run Out of Steam

Rally Is Starting to Run Out of Steam

Spain 'Most Undervalued' Stock Market, Tchir Says (Video)…

The “Platinum Coin” and the Debt Ceiling

The “Platinum Coin” and the Debt Ceiling

Being reserve currency resides as much in trust as in any other factor, and taking this step, of minting coins to pay debt and avoiding the political process, will just further encourage other countries to move away from the dollar and dollar based assets.…

Choking on Debt

Choking on Debt

Everywhere you look, countries have too much debt and are struggling with it.…

Peter Tchir On Markets and Politics

Peter Tchir On Markets and Politics

Peter Tchir's latest appearances on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock" and on RT's "CrossTalking"…

Huey, Dewey, and QE

Huey, Dewey, and QE

Can the market go down while the Fed is engaged in QE?…

Now What?

Now What?

The catalyst for any retracement is likely QE off the table in the U.S., political rhetoric, or Rajoy screwing things up in Europe.…

I think you can consider Spain shut out of the debt markets

I think you can consider Spain shut out of the debt markets

I wouldn't trust anything now until they have a program in place with the ECB.…

All Hands on Deck or Abandon Ship for the EU

All Hands on Deck or Abandon Ship for the EU

It’s time For Europe to stop screwing around.…

The Spanish Bank Bailout – What to watch for

The Spanish Bank Bailout – What to watch for

The best hope for stabilizing the banking system is an equity capital infusion that is essentially converting German and French borrowing power into equity investments, followed up by more cheap lending to the banks by the ECB.…

Spanish Bank Bailout Analysis – According to EFSF FAQ

Spanish Bank Bailout Analysis – According to EFSF FAQ

Our thoughts on the FAQ and what it means - decently positive.…

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