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Same short different day. Cross asset alpha is back to SPARC acceptable levels.
That comes later IMO (especially if you believe risk assets going lower). Risk aversion deleveraging: dollar , relationship will be tested in the second half of Risk selloff
Said this last night:
I think you mean CELL acceptable levels.
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My algo runs on a rack full of PS3s
Any hardware using a UNIX clone OS should suffice. SPARCs are just unusually reliable. That is, until the NYSE or whomever wants to interfere with your trade. ; )
SPARC is old school
I don't think anyone cares about SPARCs anymore, but I loved the metaphor.
That's no joke man... The CELL processor is badass...
There yah go kids...food for thought
" With the US current account shrinking, the US is less dependent on foreigners to fund its deficit as the trade red ink has slowed to below $10 a month ex oil. In the medium term, this is a strong positive for the US dollar as it means the United States is funding itself more domestically. The longer term issue is whether the United States continues down the fiscal path of becoming the Japanese where domestic savers fund a fiscal deficit that is above 180% of GDP. "
Andrew B. Busch for CNBC
Captain. We are at 120 percent on the savings reactor. She canna take much more of this. We're defying the laws of 0 sum games.
as usual. stocks go up. dollar go down.
And good UK inflation numbers makes the move bigger..
We are at a key resistant point of crica 1.6550; every time except between 31-Jul to the 10-Aug, the price has come to this level it has ended down to near 1.6350 levels. Just look at the 1 hour chart of Cable and you shall see what I mean.
The breadth of the move downward should be dictated by release of the MPC minutes which may have a deflationary tone. So forget the CPI numbers, that will be old news soon.
Wow, B of England announces inflation held and Cable pops. . . brilliant insight Tyler
still feeling cool on the snide remarks about the pound?
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