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Data Analytics for Corporate Debt Markets: Using Data for Investing, Trading, Capital Markets, and Portfolio Management by Robert S. Kricheff

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15. Market Demand Technicals

Introduction

Generally, when trying to monitor the development of technicals, you will be interested in trying to follow several layers on the demand side, depending on your role. You might start at the most macro level of demand and try to see shifts in the general demand for investment in securities, as opposed to bank accounts or another cash proxy such as money market funds. The next layer might be to discern the relative demand for fixed income versus equities. Within fixed income, it is quite likely to try to determine the demand for corporate debt instruments versus other fixed-income assets. The next logical step would be to look at the relative demand among corporate debt products—such as emerging markets, ...

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