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Guest Post: A Grand Unified Theory Of Market Manipulation

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Comprehensive report on some of the more inexplicable things in capital markets, compliments of Precision Capital Management.

 

 

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Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:16 | 22924 phaesed
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Excellent report and spot on about the July auctions, the sell off in equities timed perfectly well with the rise in treasuries... which ended the day before the prior 30 year auction.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 13:41 | 23175 ghostfaceinvestah
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Does anyone doubt the Fed was intervening in the equity markets?

Seems like a no-brainer to me.

Anyone know of a good wheel-barrow manufacturer?  I figure they would be a great investment.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 16:29 | 23379 phaesed
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It's not about whether they were intervening, it's more about how and where to make sense of the larger game plan.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 18:06 | 23451 Anonymous
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gonna need the bobcat with the snowbucket

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:24 | 22929 Dixie Normous
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I'm not buying any of it.

The market has gone vertical since July 13 (there will never be any retracements of anything ever again) because of sound fundamentals and super positive reports, I know because I saw it on tv and the interweb.  Soon, when all the "money on the sidelines" finally wakes up and gets in, this market will really move.

We've learned our lesson, no more boom and bust. Just eliminate the bust!

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:46 | 23035 Anonymous
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well, prices come first, fundamentals will follow. same happened when ABX kept on moving down well beyond fundamentals... the rest is history.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 13:13 | 23131 Dixie Normous
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I was being facetious but even during the internet bubble I don't recall a rally like the one we've had off July 13 lows, without any real pull back, 16 days and 125 S&P points and counting and not one retracement of more than 20 points off a high?

If you're going to pump at least make it look good.

This is just an attempt to draw stupid money in.

Who would buy here?

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 12:40 | 23087 Rusty_Shackleford
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Yeah!

Upsloping yield curve!!  Yeeeee Hawwwwww!!!

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:26 | 22931 Anonymous
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All rallies are "manipulated" at first. I don't see the big news. This has been going as long as there has been a stock market.The question is when will the rug get pulled, usually once retail is in. Other than that, this is business as usual at any major market sell-off with ultra negative sentiment and a pile of shorts. This site is getting a little childish at times.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:44 | 22960 Anonymous
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'All rallies are "manipulated" at first'

This is just a dumb comment. Rallies are not manipulated at first. The rally from the March lows actually made perfect sense. People were in an extreme state of panic, and then we got to a point of selling exhaustion. Nothing ever straight-lines in one direction, its unnatural.

The manipulation of the rally began, imo, a month after those lows, where we starte to divorce from economic realities. Market movements since then, where magical bids come out of nowhere to lift everything in sight, and almost perfect correlations between all asset classes is stupendously idiotic and concocted. That didnt happen at the beginning of this rally.

~Oso

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:46 | 22965 Anonymous
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Sure, and that daily end of the day tape painting was just a coincidence, right?

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:19 | 23008 Anonymous
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RIGHT - and there was never investor capitulation at that point either. The bottom was not broken, it was save.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 17:23 | 23436 Anonymous
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IMO....the tarp recipient, the treasury, the fed exaggerated the sense of panic and drove the SPX down to 666. It should have equilibrated around 750 to 800. There fuckers knew what they were doing even before the TARP program (any others) began. They create the hype, chaos and fear through their subsidiaries...the major media.

If you think the manipulation is no different than before, then you've been drinking the kool aid. Outright, blatant attacks on our system have occurred and no one is held accountable. Its all about money. That's it. And everyone here is no different. If you were, you and others would refuse to participate in this rigged market. And don't tell me "that's the way it is". My response is, "that's not the way its suppose to be, so lets fix it".

How many of you spend countless hours playing this POS game...a rigged game. More rigged than a casino. Why is it tolerated? You spend more of your time trying to figure out how and when you will be fooled, then you do trading.

Its a fucking joke. And so are all the people that put up with this crap. Just a sick, wasteful joke. But, please do carry on, you might just get lucky.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:02 | 22992 Anonymous
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You're not saying anything different than what was said in 2003, 1996, 1982 etc... who cares of you are a trader? Yes, this will all fall apart AT SOME POINT (maybe even today), but meanwhile, all the morons screaming bloody murder missed out once again on a great rally.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 12:09 | 23053 Anonymous
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Who says those that those who know this fakery haven't made money during the rally?

That is quite an incorrect assumption.

Tripled my money on B of A. Double on DXO, 20 points shorting 30 year... etc, etc.

Just because the Casino is rigged doesn't mean you can't make a little money
waiting for the eventual retest.

Thanks anyway Kudlow !

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 13:03 | 23119 newera22
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Ditto Oso. About a month after was when what I call the "+20 buy moves" came on the Dow. They would use a couple of them between the 1:00 to 3:00 time frame in order to basically (what I call) "lock the market in" for the last hour. And they have continued with carefully placed +20 point buy shoots, out of nowhere blatantly jamming market up. I would love to see some research about where those were coming from (as if we don't really now).

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 10:46 | 23921 Anonymous
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Manipulated rally? What about manipulated long squeeze from Jan 6 to March 6,09? By Jan6 big boys/MM knew the score whahre we stand economically/finacially.

Long squeeze led to short squeeze, fed has nothing to do with it.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:28 | 22933 Project Mayhem
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they found the Bernanke boson!!

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:15 | 23003 Anonymous
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You watched that show about the LHC last night, didn't you...

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:29 | 22935 Anonymous
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Date: Monday, August 3, 2009, 9:41 AM
>
> Wall Street profits from trades with Fed
> By Henny Sender in New York
>
> Published: August 2 2009 23:04 | Last updated: August 2
> 2009 23:04
>
> Wall Street banks are reaping outsized profits by trading
> with the Federal Reserve, raising questions about whether
> the central bank is driving hard enough bargains in its
> dealings with private sector counterparties, officials and
> industry executives say.
>
> The Fed has emerged as one of Wall Street’s biggest
> customers during the financial crisis, buying massive
> amounts of securities to help stabilise the markets. In some
> cases, such as the market for mortgage-backed securities,
> the Fed buys more bonds than any other party.
>
> EDITOR’S CHOICE
> Wall Street benefits from Fed and Treasury -
> Aug-02Editorial: The value of bank independence -
> Aug-02Opinion: Trichet should convene a trip to the beach -
> Aug-02In depth: US banks - May-07In depth: Central banks -
> Mar-09However, the Fed is not a typical market player. In
> the interests of transparency, it often announces its
> intention to buy particular securities in advance. A former
> Fed official said this strategy enables banks to sell these
> securities to the Fed at an inflated price.
>
> The resulting profits represent a relatively hidden form of
> support for banks, and Wall Street has geared up to take
> advantage. Barclays, for example, e-mails clients with news
> on the Fed’s balance sheet, detailing the share of the
> market in particular securities held by the Fed.
>
> “You can make big money trading with the government,”
> said an executive at one leading investment management firm.
> “The government is a huge buyer and seller and Wall Street
> has all the pricing power.”
>
> A former official of the US Treasury and the Fed said the
> situation had reached the point that “everyone games them.
> Their transparency hurts them. Everyone picks their
> pocket.”
>
> The central bank’s approach to securities purchases was
> defended by William Dudley, president of the New York Fed,
> which is responsible for market operations. “We believe
> that opting for transparency is a greater good,” he said.
> “If we didn’t have transparency, we’d be criticised on
> other grounds.”
>
> However, another official familiar with the matter said the
> central bank “has heard that dealers load up on securities
> to sell to the Fed. There is concern, but policy goals
> override other considerations.”
>
> Barney Frank, chairman of the House financial services
> committee, said the potential profiteering may be part of
> the price for stabilising the financial system.
>
> “You can’t rescue the credit system without benefiting
> some of the people in it.” Still, Mr Frank said Congress
> would be watching. “We don’t want the Fed to drive the
> hardest possible bargain, but we don’t want them to get
> ripped off.”
>
> The growing Fed activity has coincided with a general
> widening of market spreads – the difference between bid
> and offer prices – as the number of market participants
> declines. Wider spreads enable banks, in their capacity as
> market-makers, to make more profit.
>
> Larry Fink, chief executive of money manager BlackRock, has
> described Wall Street’s trading profits as
> “luxurious”, reflecting the banks’ ability to take
> advantage of diminished competition.
>
> “Bid-offer spreads have remained unusually wide,
> notwithstanding the normalisation of financial markets,”
> said Mohamed El-Erian, chief executive of fund manager Pimco
> in Newport Beach, California.
>
> Spreads narrowed dramatically during the years of the
> credit bubble.
>
> Brad Hintz, an analyst at AllianceBernstein, said he
> doubted that spreads would ever return to those levels, a
> development that could be pleasing to the Fed.
>
> “They want to help Wall Street make money,” he said.
>
> Additional reporting by Brooke Masters in Washington
> Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2009
>
>
>

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:31 | 22938 Anonymous
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1,000

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:32 | 22940 Anonymous
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Why would the rally stop? GS is making money hand over fist... As long as the gov't is providing the funds, the party continues.

Anyone have any realtime data as to when the Fed might drain the liquidity?

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:40 | 22954 zeropointfield (not verified)
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can they drain it at all? if the whole rally is powered by the Fed pumping money, then the whole thing will come crashing down when they withdraw it.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:54 | 23042 Anonymous
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So long as there's still one person trying to short there will be a rally.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:40 | 22944 Chumly
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Meanwhile, the Congress prepares to recess, Barry, Michie and the kids will be heading out to their $50,000/week vacation home to BBQ some $100 steaks soon and the dollar/oil equation is perilously close to a breakout that will put a crimp in the average citizen's weekly Ramen budget.

 

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:51 | 22974 Anonymous
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Ah, sumahhring on the vinyahhhd. How quaint. Perhaps Carly Simon can play them a song?

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 12:11 | 23054 Chumly
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yeAH, yeAH, I went tooa dinnahh pahhdy Satahhday nite and all the locals were all kindah goin' happy-crazy over the idyer of Bahry bein so close by...

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:27 | 23019 Chumly
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In fact, I expect a "wag-the-dog" event in the two weeks to put the brakes on this rally - the USD (with an oil rally to boot) is in deep trouble as we post here.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:39 | 22949 Anonymous
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This guy is spot on....

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:40 | 22953 Anonymous
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I trust you are sending this to senate, congress, white house, etc. Please tell me, because I've written enough today to make y hand fall off

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:41 | 22955 Anonymous
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Nice report. Now everyone rush out and buy commercial property and an extra home so we won't have to experience anymore pain on the part of the FED. They are working so hard.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 10:57 | 22983 Anonymous
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Funny how greed destroys us. Barney Frank, if he lives long enough will see his fortunes like the rest of the fat cats crumble when the 2nd US Civil War is upon them. (Created by their own greed)

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:16 | 23005 Anonymous
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Nice! I like this. That bone smuggler will probably not see 2012.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:10 | 22997 Anonymous
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WALL STREET'S BIG SCAM:

Think about how this works the next time you look at your pension or 401k statement and then you see Goldman et. al. reporting massive trading profits. Those profits are nothing more than these Wall Street firms ripping off the whole system. And one more point, some of the blogs reporting this activity are speculating that the Fed does not know how much mark-up is being taken by Wall Street on these trades. I beg to differ and would suggest that Bernanke and his cohorts have a very good idea how much is being made on this trade.

http://truthingold.blogspot.com/2009/08/how-wall-street-is-generating-tr...

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:25 | 23016 Anonymous
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put this article on the must read list.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:31 | 23021 newera22
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I just want a free market back.

There must be separation of Goldman and State. These big bankers are ADDICTED to government. They need to be broken up from their love for big government.

 

Bring back a free and open market where intelligent investors and risk-takers can price MARKETS.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:34 | 23027 pc_babe
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...meanwhile, back in the curency pit, is that the greenback doing a reverse one and a ha-lf somersault with three and a half twists, in the Freefall position?

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:54 | 23040 MarkD
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It must be that "strong dollar policy" that is putting the spring in the diving board.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 12:44 | 23094 Anonymous
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as of now it has completed at least 2
summersaults.....i am sure currency intervention
will occur later today but the dollar is
slouching toward gomorrah....

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:39 | 23029 Anonymous
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The FRBNY conducted a POMO on July 30 for $6.5B, and the equity market tanked during the last hour.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 19:37 | 23485 Anonymous
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Short end of the curve. Purchasing 2012 and 2013 vintages. Day before (29th) monster end of day push on purchases of 2019-2026 vintages.

30th was also 7-year auction.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:48 | 23037 Anonymous
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This is some great analysis. The government wants the TARP banks to be profitable so they won't be consumed by their bad loans. So the FRNY is helping drive up equities and letting the banks make a killing from the equities run up. I'm concerned how long this can be sustained. Reminds me of John Law's Mississippi Company.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:50 | 23038 mitchrothschild
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i would not get in the way of this rally.  as consumerism has replaced religion/politics, it's obvious that there is something almost holy in the hope of everyone getting bigger and better toys and pay checks.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 12:12 | 23056 Anonymous
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I am posting an excerpt of a post by James Anderson from Minyanville's Buzz and Banter....

"The attached table and chart are the New York Stock Exchange Tick Indicator. Tick is defined in the following manner. If a stock trades up from its last trade, that is a positive tick. Down, it would be a negative tick. The Tick Indicator simply sums up all the positive and negative ticks on all the NYSE stocks and reports that number every 10 seconds. (At least my software reports it every 10 seconds.)

The table includes all reported ticks from 10:00 to 10:06 this morning. The column on the right is the difference from the tick reported 10 seconds earlier. The chart is the difference column. As you can see in this 7 minute period, the tick swings wildly back and forth from a high of 580 to a low of -318. Remember, those are 10 second swings.

Folks, It's not people doing this. This is HFT at work. Is it just noise? Does it really matter? Obviously it matters to the people doing it because they are extracting profits from somebody." .....

https://admin.minyanville.com/assets/FCK_May2009/File/00%20twoo/ja1.jpg

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 12:18 | 23061 Sancho Ponzi
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This has got to be the greatest juggling match in history. Does anyone truly believe the FR can continue laundering (sorry, monetizing) MBS's and flooding the market with 200+ billion of treasuries / month without consequences?

Here, Ben, let's see you juggle 3 knives.

So far, so good. Let's try 4

Okay, now 5

Good boy, here's another

Meanwhile, SPY breaks through 100 - freaking insanity

 

 

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 12:20 | 23065 Miles Kendig
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The share vol/price action in the top 200 over this period has been somepthin'...

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 12:26 | 23068 Anonymous
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The fed has wired an commodities IED to the equity market to give it "leadership" - Pimco out with call Fed doesn;t raise rates until 2011. Question is will the Fed be making that determination.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 12:59 | 23115 Anonymous
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Outstanding report; makes great sense, and the analysis on the POMO effect is the first time that I have seen such.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 13:11 | 23128 newera22
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Goldman and Fed just printing money via stocks. Show up at the stock market and walk away with a wheel barrel full of cash.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 13:18 | 23137 Anonymous
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Then wheel it to the supermarket for a loaf of bread.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 13:33 | 23163 Anonymous
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It doesn't explain why the rest of the world's markets have been lockstepping up along with us. Such synchronicity requires a global explanation.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 13:38 | 23169 ghostfaceinvestah
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global correlations are going to 1.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 13:35 | 23165 Anonymous
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Add this to the growing evidence of criminal activity

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aucooSmI6UQQ

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 13:57 | 23189 Anonymous
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At the FRBNY web site we have this schedule
http://www.newyorkfed.org/markets/operation_schedule.html

Showing OMO happening on 8/5 and 8/6.

Is the paper predicting these days will have their tape painted? Will the day traders start selling into this?

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 17:07 | 23422 Apocalypse Now
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Based on the paper and the info below from, I presume, an individual associated with the paper, I would hazard the following simplified:

The 8/5 OMO would be expected to paint the tape (business as usual from large bank leverage used to prop equities through OMO on those days) - the equities might be strong into the close.  If it doesn't, it would signal that the tug of war between equities/bonds favors the treasuries in a bias to bring equities down or flatline them to drive interest in the Treasury auctions and next week is important for them.

The 8/6 date, since it is the second day of a back to back, has no "trading edge".

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 17:51 | 23446 Anonymous
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Yes, excellent summary.

-EB

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 14:35 | 23224 Anonymous
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To all who commented, thanks for the feedback and thanks to those who have signed on to our website for our morning report and intraday updates. A few points here:

1. Markets have always and will always be manipulated, both legally and illegally. This is not our complaint as we believe we are smart enough to see through the BS. However, the unprecedented government-sponsored intervention into the markets risks permanently affecting the ability of markets to function and, therefore, our livelihood. With this we take issue.

2. The POMO effect is just an edge, not a guarantee. We did not disclose all our POMO findings in the manipulation report. In our July 30 09 morning report (the day that a commenter notes the markets tanked in the last hour), we wrote "Today is another POMO day, and as we reported yesterday, the second POMO day of a back to back set does not have a bullish edge (nor does it have a bearish one)."

-EB

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 16:33 | 23391 Anonymous
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How do you explain the global nature of rallies in not just equities, but all risk assets? The Nikkei, British pound, and Romanian stocks, Russian bonds, the Hungarian Forint vs the Euro, they are all up - is the Fed "manipulating" those assets (and hundreds more) too?

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 01:15 | 23726 Anonymous
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It may be a monkey see monkey do sort of thing and the rallies in those assets were an indirect consequence.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 17:14 | 23427 Anonymous
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my biggest complaint about manipulated markets
is the distortion of price signals....

price is above and beyond all else the
most important information in any marketplace...
when it is corrupted it causes people to make
poor decisions even if they were correct based
upon the information given at the time since
the market in the long term will revert to the
mean and to its natural course.....if it is
smothered too long it dies.....

it is like nodding yes but saying no at the same
time.....

(i won't get into my philosophical abhorence
for big government)

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 14:39 | 23225 Anonymous
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Thank you for including a link to the PDF, as Scribd sucks.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 14:41 | 23228 Tyler Durden
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all posts on ZH now that have scribd (which btw is for the benefit of those VERY impatient raders who can't click on a link) have an attachment with the scribded doc.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 18:39 | 23463 texpat
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Very much appreciated. Thanks!

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 15:48 | 23326 crzyhun
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The PDF is welcome, that way I can save it and re-read at a later time....a good article.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 16:28 | 23377 Anonymous
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If the rally is caused by the Fed, how come equity markets in the UK, W. Europe, E.Europe, Latin America, China, Russia, Japan, S.E. Asia, the Middle East, and Africa are all up too? I mean it's not like Russia, China, Iran and Venezuela get along with the US financial authorities so I doubt they are working in unison as some grand global conspiracy. If all the other world markets can rally - significantly *more so* than the S&P, in many cases - without Fed assistance or conspiracy, why can't the US equity markets do so as well?

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 16:54 | 23415 Anonymous
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Good point...I'm not an expert on monetary policy in non-U.S. countries. Rallies in other countries may be entirely legitimate, though I suspect not from what I have read on the China bubbles. I think the US leads the way at certain threshholds. Last Fall was one such threshhold. Though many markets in developing countries were up long before the S&P this year, I believe the March-April performance confirmed strength and allowed for further gains in those other markets. Foreign markets will likely do what they would do anyway until the time comes when the carpet is yanked out from under the S&P again. I would expect markets of the US' closest trade partners to be more correlated with the US' than others for obvious reasons.

All of this would make a good further study. However, as long as the USD is world's reserve currency and trading above 0, I think it is the proper focus. Most other countries conduct fiscal and monetary policy at the margins, trying to effect as little disruption as possible. The US gets up in the morning and asks itself, "How can we rearrange the entire world's financial structure to our benefit?" And then it goes out and does it.

-EB

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 16:29 | 23378 Anonymous
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In re #23189:

Yes Wed and Thurs of this week are POMO days. Right now, we would expect a paint the tape close on Wed, but not necessarily Thurs because of the back-to-back negation effect. There is actually a strong tendency of the day after a POMO day (PostPOMO day) to be a down day, which was a tradable edge itself until the July rally completely obliterated it twice. Once it looks like we're in correction mode, we believe the short the POMO close trade will work again. If Wed does not have a paint the tape close (note that the last hour is what counts and that the day does not have to be net up though it usually is), then we're going to take that as a bearish omen.

To throw another monkey in the wrench, the Fed has been announcing each Thursday for the past few weeks that they will be conducting POMO(A) [A=Agency] the next day on Friday, which also has a paint the tape effect, though less pronounced. With NFP Fridays tending to be within a day of major inflection points and a likely surprise POMO(A) auction, the most likely scenario (as of today) would make Friday morning either the high of this rally or a retest of a Wednesday high. That's a lot of speculation, though, which is why we take it one day at a time.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 16:30 | 23384 Anonymous
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This is the proff that no one wanted anyone to see. We have a government staffed by criminals. and the IMF president's paper "The Quiet Coup" explains that this will continue until America is, like Russia, financially broken!

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 16:53 | 23414 Anonymous
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#23378,

Our best hope of getting the free market back will be sharp, reality-bolted analysis distributed broadly over the www.
Keep up the good work.
Thanks,
#23189

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 17:58 | 23448 Anonymous
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Interesting graphs backed up by paragraphs of total nonsense. Needed a giggle on the way home. Most original comedy publication since VIZ. Thanks.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 18:12 | 23455 Cheeky Bastard
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dont forget to take your blackberry Dennis, we wouldnt want you to cry ..

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 18:54 | 23469 Anonymous
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We aim to please, each in their own way. If total nonsense can be applied to gain trading edges, then we will take it.

-EB

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 18:07 | 23453 Anonymous
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Great report only the assumption that Bernie is running the show is not correct. The magnitude of the operation can only be done by smartpants like Blankfein in sink with others as JPM CS and HSBC are obviously part of it. Those banks belong to Rothschild and Rockefeller and they have coordinators somewhere who run the show who also use various Hedgefunds who work for them. A classic pool operation as you had them already 100 years ago ( read reminiscence of a stockoperator). They convinced the government to participate as it elevated the spirit of Mainstreet but the ultimate goal is to unload the stocks they are holding and accumulated - Bernie is just a second tier puppet. The mark for the SPX was 666 that is not a coincidence. All members of this 'club ' are Satanists and the day before the market low we had an ?SEE ratio of 250 thats the pure opposite of any logic for a capitulation ( 50 would have been the logic number). They took that price mark to start the operation deliberately. They made retail to sell out at the lows and lure them back in at the highs to dump it on them happening right now and the next weeks. The goal is to create a severe financial crisis and build a powerful global central bank (IMF) to run the show on a bigger scale. The report above descibes technicallities of the operation but the agenda is even bigger than one might think. In 1929 Warburg the chairman of the FED gave an early warning to the insiders this time it was the BIS who exactely warned a few weeks before it started with a precise picture of the unfolding events.

Mon, 08/03/2009 - 20:57 | 23526 Anonymous
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In the words of Cramer: You know nothing !... but conspiracy, fiction and reason are so much more satisfying than accepting randomness.
When someone drops a massive boulder (analogy) into a small pond the waves take time to dissipate and the pond life takes time to find its new equilibrium.
In the meanwhile an average Joe visiting the pool might be confused by what they find and try and explain the current fleeting, unstable state.Likely incorrectly!
Good to see that this forum has a normal distribution and is predominantly populated by Joe.

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 00:37 | 23702 Anonymous
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how do you sign up to get updates ? the update link has no URL associated with it in the scribd or pdf document.
Thanks.

Excellent article.

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 08:04 | 23806 Anonymous
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If Wednesday's close paints the tape, it will be time for a Youtube.

Wed, 08/05/2009 - 17:10 | 26343 Anonymous
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EB,
The tape did not get painted, right?
What's your take on this?

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