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Stewart Taylor, CMT

Stewart Taylor, CMT

Stewart Taylor is a Vice President, Portfolio Manager and a Senior Fixed Income Trader for the Investment Grade Fixed Income team at Eaton Vance Management in Boston, Massachusetts.  He is also co-portfolio manager of the Eaton Vance Short Term Real Return Fund (EARRX).  Stewart joined Eaton Vance in 2005.  He is responsible for treasury, mortgage and government agency trading, and portfolio strategy.  He brings 29 years of practical fixed-income market and investing experience to the IGFI team.

Contributions

  • Integrating into an Institutional Environment as a Technician

    A webcast presentation originally held on December 1st, 2021 by Stewart Taylor, CMT as part of the CMT Association's Educational Web Series. The presentation will start with a focus on understanding the institutional environment, how a technical analyst can fit into an...

  • Institutional Money Management Panel: a practitioner’s view of technical analysis and portfolio management

    In this session, each panelist will give a short presentation focused on their role and use of technical analysis as part of the investment process at their respective firms.  They will discuss how they communicate with colleagues about technicals in a predominantly...

  • Interest Rates & Process

    In this presentation, Stewart Taylor will be covering his macro and cyclic outlook for interest rates and show how he arrives at his opinion by combining behavioral, macro/fundamental economic, technical, sentiment, related market and ratio analysis.   Stewart will...

  • The Technical View of Macroeconomic Data Panel Discussion - 2011 Northeast Regional Seminar

    A panel discussion featuring Tony Dwyer (Chief Market Strategist and Director of Research, Collins Stewart, LLC) and Brian Reynolds (Chief Market Strategist, WJB Capital Group, Inc.) on March 10, 2011 at the 2011 CMT Association Northeast Regional Seminar in Boston, MA.

  • Mid Year Update: Part 1: 10 Year Rates:

    Mid-Year Update: Part 1: Bonds/Rates: I begin each year looking at monthly perspective charts of Equity, Rates, Commodities and DXY . Those posts can be found in their entirety, with extensive fundamental support, in the links below. I will update views on the four markets...

  • Credit Monitoring Basics: A Must Have Skill

    These data series are all available in the Trading View platform. Since the turn of the year the price of LQD , the investment grade corporate credit ETF , has declined nearly 10 points (-7.3%) and since early August is down 13 points (-10%). The important question is…....

  • Big Four Macro Overview: Part 5

    For more detail please refer to the first four pieces in the series (linked below) and the accompanying charts. Markets entered 2022 with well established trends and trading ranges, but I believe that the coming year holds significant potential for change. This is...

  • Lets Talk ARKK Weekly Baby! Capitulation!

  • ARKK Clarification and Update

    After reading the comments in yesterday's ARKK post I realized that I needed to clarify the post, particularly in light of what, in retrospect, was an overly enthusiastic title. I had hoped to call attention to the anatomy of an important price behavior that is important...

  • NYSE Comp: Broadening Top Potential Macro Warning

    The NYSE composite has spent the last year building a classic broadening top pattern. The pattern develops as strong hands distribute to weak hands, and when it occurs, often marks a transition from bull to bear. 1. Broadening formations are relatively rare and because the...

  • SPOT: Three Drives distribution pattern

    This monthly perspective chart of Shopify (Shop) illustrates a stock in which supply is gradually overpowering demand. • Three drives to a high (X1-X3) is a common pattern (and one of my favorites). It often marks the end of a trend. ○ Each successive thrust in the...

  • Macro Overview Part One: Interest Rates

    Big Four Overview: Part 1: Bonds I begin each year reviewing the long term technical positions of the "Big Four." 10 Year rates, SPX , Commodities , and the US Dollar . Since by profession I am a rates/credit portfolio manager and trader, I always start there. Granted, macro...

  • Big Four Overview: Part 2: SPX

    I begin each year reviewing the long term technical positions of the "Big Four." 10 Year rates, SPX , Commodities , and the US Dollar . This is the second of the series. Granted, macro doesn’t typically impact shorter term (swing, daily and weekly) trading but developing a...

  • 10 Year Rates: Daily and Weekly Perspective: Important Juncture

    A reminder that falling bond yields are synonymous with higher bond prices while rising bond yields are synonymous with lower bond prices. In other words, a yield downtrend is the same thing as a bull market in bonds. Last week we published macro overviews of rates and...

  • Big Four Macro Overview Part 3: Commodities:

    I begin each year reviewing the long term technical positions of the "Big Four." 10 Year rates, SPX , Commodities , and the US Dollar . This is the third of the series. Granted, macro doesn’t typically impact shorter term (swing, daily and weekly) trading, but developing a...

  • Macro Overview: Part 4: Dollar Index:

    I begin each year reviewing the long term technical positions of the "Big Four." 10 Year rates, SPX , Commodities , and the US Dollar . This is the fourth of the series. The fifth and final will attempt to tie the first four together into a organized macro view. Granted, macro...

  • WTI Crude Daily Chart: Thoughts on trading and a setup...

    WTI Crude Daily Chart: Thoughts on trading and a trade set up illustration: This post was written on January 18-19th but in order to avoid anyone viewing it as a trade recommendation I have withheld publication until today (1-21). It is only meant to illustrate how I think...

  • IWM: The most interesting chart in the world:

    As of Friday (Jan 21) IWM has fallen out of a long range of distribution, produced both daily and weekly closes outside the trading range, and importantly has the potential to produce a large move. In this piece we discuss the trading range, mostly from a Wyckoff perspective,...