Where the Fed see’s rates, when and what this move is worth

1) Click here for a 2 minute video of Fed chair Yellen’s expectations for the rate the Fed sets.

Fed chair Yellen has confirmed these levels in 3 out of the last 4 Fed meetings. Click here for additional confirmation directly on the Fed’s website; see the FOMC statements and press conference videos

2) Fed’s disclosed levels between now and December 2017

Current = 0.1000%, contract price 99.9000, value = $416.17

Oct 2015 = 0.9100% contract price = 99.0900, value = $3,972
Dec 2015 = 1.1250%, contract price = 98.8750, value = $4,687
Dec 2016 = 2.5000%, contract price = 97.5000, value = $10,417
Dec 2017 = 3.7500%, contract price = 96.2500, value = $15,625

1954-2014 Average = 5.1000%, contract price 94.9000, value = $22,250
Source Federal Reserve Website

3) Fed funds are currently trading at 0.1000% contact value = $416
The Fed’s current target for the Fed funds rate  by the end of 2017 is 3.75%
Contract value = $15,624

Click here to enlarge the rate, price valuation chart below, each 0.01 = $41.67
Click here for a current chart and the 1954-2014 historical price data

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4) One trade to capture this long term move

Click here for one way we’re capturing the first leg og the move higher in rates including an interactive  risk/reward spreadsheet enabling you to experiment with any potential outcome for this trade and/or monitor performance forward.

 Click here to enlarge the rate, price, valuation chart below

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5) Click here  for a 6 minute video to learn how to calculate the difference between where the Market is expecting the Fed Funds relative to where the Fed believes it will be.

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6) If you’d like to review other strategies call with this page up or the links below available. Once our review is complete you’ll understand what we’re trading and how enabling you to experiment with any potential outcome for any trade and/or monitor performance forward.

Additional spreadsheets

Fed Funds

22)  What the Fed funds rate is and how it’s set
23)  Contract specifications
24)   Fed funds quotes all deliveries
25)  July 2015 25k no hedge

25)  July 2015 99.83 25K  cost average hedge
26)  July 2015 99.82 25K 87.50 hedge
27)  July 2015 10K 99.81/99.75 hedge
28)  Sep 2015 25k cost average hedge

29)  Oct 2015 25K cost average hedge
30)  Dec 2015 25K cost average hedge

3 Month

31) What the 3 month rate is and it’s history
32) Contract specifications
33) 3 Month Hedged Cost Average
34) 3 Month Rate September 2015 hedge
35) 3 Month Rate December 2015 hedge

Call for Euro and Asian rate strategies

For additional information/reports on any market listed here call or email.

Regards,
Peter Knight – Advisor

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