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Explanation by Spanish Trader.
Translation: "Oops. Spilled my Starbucks on the HFT 2000. 'Had to reboot the damn thing."
what a joke of a market
All the forum
Please watch the SPANISH 10 yr BOND...is the key for a sell off
Above 7% = EURO CRASH ---IMF spanish Intervention
Nobody expects the spanish intervention!
++ Thanks for the laugh.
That was a pretty awesome joke.
"what a joke of a market"
TrueBut it's not funny...
Waddell & Reed Bitchez!
European Market Comment"Warum Junk über die Amerikaner Waddell und Reed?"
Why in the name of Xmas spirit would you <JUNK> dukeness?
The same shit happened with oil when futures opened at 00:00. Perhaps to a little bit less of an extent. Fucking weird shit going on..
Remember also one thing
25-26 /dec _TURNING POINT
Today is the first available day for apply Bradley Turning Point
Four seller days...at least...
I expect SP 1228
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Morning All. Quick yes or no question: when stops are triggered by flash crash (FC) are the resulting sells/buys that were initiated by the FC later canceled? I think not- but have read nothing that clearly states otherwise. thnx
i seem to recollect that in the flash crash and afterward some were, some weren't. again rule of men not law. others probably have greater mastery of detail. help?
Googling the question brought up the same conclusion: sometimes yes sometimes not. but your rule of men not law phrase about sums it up. Moral: tread nimbly in market.
Or not at all.
Gold finger...he's the man, the man with the Midas Touch!
It depends on the exchange used to execute the trade. Different ECNs/floors have different "rules" for busting a trade. So... some were broken some were not. The "rules" each ECN uses to determine whether or not to break a trade vary from ECN to ECN and are not published in their entirety. They do this to keep quants/traders from "gaming the system".... bhahaahah... Funny isn't it.
..."Funny isn't it".
Hilarious. especially if you are one of those trusting souls taught to place stops on your positions. nimble is spelled n-i-m-b-l-e. In and out. In and out. Do not linger overnight.
What's the matter with those Europeans?!? Don't they know to just buy the fucking dips?!?
The IBEX basically went no bid AND no offer with up to a 40-50 point range on the bid-ask (what was left of it). Very similar to the 8:30 AM Eastern news events of importance, but in this case it came a little out of the blue first on an opening range breakdown, second on a recovery and gap fill attempt (0.2% gap lower on the open), and then a retest that failed and went to new lows.
The key was that market participants on both sides simply withdrew.
"Turn those machines back on!"
Same thing at the same time in the S&P futures by the way.
Treasuries and USD currently favor higher equity prices. Wouldn't be surprised if this morning's lows turn out to be the lows of the week.
Gold dropped 10 bucks out of the opening in Asia this morning. An hour later it was about back where it started. Just some fools getting fleeced, thinking that a rate rise by the PBoC was going to somehow make its 'money' better.
You Got <JUNKED> For Saying NothingWow... The ACLU has a Mute Civil Rights case going here...
Junk for nothing... must be a new Zen thingy. Gotta look into that.
Or, can one look into nothing? Ooh. I need more coffee.
100% no chance of crash here! Just buy the fucking /ES.
Sell anypop...its another way to trade this farce...
Economy China expects exports to slow in 2011
China's foreign trade is expected to slow down in 2011 to a growth rate of about 10 percent, compared with this year's 30 percent, sources with the Ministry of Commerce said.
Which means, 20% less imports from miners plus 10% effect due to "prudent policy" = 30% less demand
My pet line for 2011 (which I admit I stole from a Bloomberg journalist in 2008) is going to be, “There are no more markets, just manipulations”. I didn’t realize I was going to have so many opportunities left to use it in 2010.
How clever and original you are indeed...NOT.
Thats novel - a comment that is more appropriate to the commenter
Ms. Jarrett wants to see you in her office...
Did you just use the most tired, overused, ridden-harder-than-Paris-Hilton cliche from the 90's to emphasize your point about how unoriginal someone else is?
Wow. Mad snaps, yo. Or maybe awesome use of irony. I can't tell anymore.
Yes, and my hat is still better than yours.
PRODIGY described it best:
This is dangerous. Open up your head feel the shell shock.
This is dangerous. I walk the mindfields so watch your head rock...
I walk through mindfields ha ha ha ...
I walk through mindfields so watch your head rock
I'd prefer something for Blythe...
Just look at the chart below
Year 1900 = 3.05 % of GDP spending Year 2010 = 43.85% of GDP spending
And it has nothing to do with FED's spending
How about a few words to briefly explain your point and link?
The explanation is that there is an upside of 56.15% of GDP still to be filled by further government spending.
One way to fill this spending gap is to hire enough civil servants so that every bus and subway car is staffed by at least two uniformed inspectors who can grab your junk before boarding and again on departure.
Another way to fill it is to hire people to go on blogs and disrupt discussions that might have an anti-gov bent to them.
LOL. Full (Part Time) Employment Policy....
Your Corporate owned Government in Action.
Membership has it's privelages. I've got 30 lash bucks on my MasterCard.
LOL....looks like Velospade has already been hired
Don't need to pay me to grab someone's junk... female that is. I see a hot snatch, rack and cooch, I'm goin all in. No payment necessary.
I can across the figures before, I'd have to dig it up the source, but the CIA/DoD etc has a black budget of either 300 or 900$ million per year for people to infiltrate, disrupt, and steer groups, organizations, forums, both online and in real life.
It becomese comically easy to spot the plants, when across all sorts of forums and message boards, they use the same tactics. Take it as an indication that zerohedge has gotten a bit of attention, as there have been alot of these trolls as of late.
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