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Oh yeah, we must be "on the verge" of yet another market collapse!!! <sarcasm>
Yes, and here is some more hilarity.
Click below to see a graphic illustration of bankster's dirty hierarchy of needs:
this is turning out to be a par....ta
Yep. JAFA-Just another false alarm. Nothing to see here, BTFD. Count on the DXY being manipulated up to reel in new shorts and then hammered down to vaporize them all, one by one.
"on the verge"
(Snigger, snigger, giggle, chortle, snark, snark, snark)
What's so funny? We are on the verge of an economic collapse, are we not?
yes. and no.
pls see v. 1st comment, above.
we have cash customers standing in line with the shills, in order to buy US goobermint iou's and get----1.8%/ year for 5 years.
these folks have a shitload more green stamps than you or i.
and, the dollar is strong. strong! people are hitting the risk on/risk off switch abt 3X/week, and the collapse is put off till everybody's favorite day: tomorrow! preppers are passe'.
we are all vergers now, b_blythe!
Vergers say buy buy buy after the bond blast!!! Where's that "dog chasing tail" clip??
No, we are not on the verge. We are in decline as we speak. It is not stable, it is not improving, it is getting worse by the day. It is an economic condition that we are collectively experiencing in real time. We have front row seats viewing the effective destruction of the modern economic miracle as we know it.
It is not to be spoken of in the future tense, to be planned for. Only those in a delusional state of mind, similar to the alcoholic/addict claiming that he can always stop tomorrow, are asking about what it will be like.
Wake up. It is not good and getting worse. We have already lost a whole decade and naught is for the better. Unless you're in the top 10% of income earners.
There is no "Mommy are we there yet?"We've already arrived.QED
Agreed and at the expense of these fake returns, it's better to be prepared for what's happening "right before your eyes".
I guess your latest purchases of UST's must feel as great as when you bought that 99% financed 4th home in 2006 and were told that you were up 10% a few months later.
Why the high bid to cover on the 5 year I wonder?
Okay, who let those foreigners back in the building? It looks like someone is predicting when those yields will go parabolic but will remain deliverable, until they aren't.
"the Treasury can just underfund Treasurys by another $35 billion."
That just makes my head hurt.
Bonds - Rally
Gold - Rally
Silver - Rally
Grains - Rally
Indexes, APPL, NFLX - Rally
NATGAS and OIL - Rally
What this means is...I dunno shit from shinola anymore EXCEPT short AIG!
Liquidity crack-up boom?
Sovereign debt bubble.
Not exactly Bill Gross's shining moment.
Unless he publicly recants, admits his mistakes, tells of the damage wrought upon his clients, cries upon the breasts of a botoxed saline silocon air head on CNBS, he will find a HIV positive Ghanaian male prostitute bedecked in a Saville Row butler's outfit hiding behind his terry cloth robe collection closet awaiting his DSK like veritable public humiliating perp walk demise.Do Not Fuck From The Inside with the Powers That Be.
Bill Gross: 0
J. Gundlach: 2
We have a winner!
That said, I getting a little closer to the exit door. Selling a lot of my 10-year T-notes and buying 5-year paper instead. And moving up my entry points (to get stopped in) on shorting futures.
"Shorted" By Goldman Sachs
"Shorted" By Goldman Sachs
At least we know what not to do.
its going to be like goldmans "we like commodities again" trade. Take a look at the aud ... i'd be thinking twice about that trade....
Steriod extend and pretend = underfund pensions like the Corp world does....oh shoot the Feds have to pick that up too. ah who gives a fuck
Hey, Steve Liesman said today that everything was Hunkie-Dorie, it's all just a temporary lull.
Has anybody Rick Rolled Stevie Boy?In 3---2---1....
Silver and oil and stocks (oh my)
Bond shortage bitchez.
Proof that "Infinite Fiat" is truly infinite.
Bonds once again were "scarfed down" by hungry investors worldwide.
Amazing how people will absolutely lap up 1.75% 5-yr. bonds, but they will not touch MSFT which is trading at a 9x trailing PE and $6/share in cash and pays a 2.6% dividend.
Heh, too bad about your MSFT in the widows and orphans fund.
Obviously those smart f*cks love a negative return on their money...bonds for duh-masses!!!
we will be here 3 years for now talking about "being on the verge" of a financial collapse...face it, our treasuries are in demand and will continue to be in demand for a very long time. youre all dreaming if you think central banks are going to plunk down hundreds of billions of dollars elsewhere. no where else to go. period.
willing to put money behind that bet?
absolutely! fiat i assume :)
your fiat principle will be returned in 5 years, greatly devalued. interest rates will no doubt be much, much higher.
There will always demand from those insisting on some sense of security no matter the execution.
My bank teller knows she'd be feeling better sporting a few 500 Euros in her wallet.
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