OK, Disney doesn't sell mine & construction equipment, but they do have a dollar problem like a lot of multinationals. Expect a miss.
One or more of the billionaires would be my guess. Looks like silver wants to go to $20+.
I agree with Marenkov that when the Euro QE is announced, could see a top in the European bonds, at least, if not U.S. bonds. Euro stocks may, or may not rally, depending on the size of the action.
Chipotle expects its animals to live lives of luxury before being made into burritos. The Chippy execs should bring the pigs & chickens home to live in their backyards. If they were truly humane, they should invent a vegan burrito that tastes halfway decent. But then they'd trumpet their 'vegetables with a conscience' and 'humane treatment of vegetables'.
Create money out of thin air, but instead of buying USTs, send a $5,000 check to everyone making less than the median wage. That would do it. We would have a boom, and probably 7%+ inflation. My plan would probably cost about the same as a new wave of QE.
From 1933 to 1937, there was a major bear market in treasuries, as the economy appeared to recover a bit. But even more seriously, from 1930 to 1933, there was a massive bear market in lower rated corporate bonds, as fears (and actuality) of defaults rose. Sell junk, if you insist on holding treasuries.
Incidently, that plan was a ripoff of JM Keynes--he famously (perhaps facetously) said the exchequer should bury cash in cans, and set off a wave of new employment as people & companies dug for the cash. But the helicopter idea cuts out the need to dig.