Meltup

Global Stock Meltup Sends Nikkei To 25 Year High

The global risk levitation continues, sending Asian stocks just shy of records, to the highest since November 2007 and Japan's Nikkei topped 22,750 - a level last seen in 1992 - while European shares and US equity futures were mixed, and the dollar rose across the board, gains accelerating through the European session with the EURUSD sumping below 1.16,

World Stocks Soar To New Record Highs As Oil, Metals Surge Ahead Of The Fed

US equity futures have hit a new all time high, helped by surging Asian and European stocks which have all started November on a euphoric note. Surging commodity prices, optimism about tax reform and hope for a new dovish Fed chair all combined to drive global stock markets to record highs on Wednesday.

Critical Threats To 2017's Bull Market - Part 1: Macro View

While the idea that anything could go wrong in global stock markets (especially US markets) is simply incomprehensible to most, here are a few of the more prescient 'known unknowns' that could hamper the meltup for the rest of the year...

One Trader Warns: "Don't Confuse Risk-Asset-Buying With Calm"

"... when all other analysis seems to have failed, there’s this curious yet understandable, belief that God will provide... After all, what else sensibly explains the unceasing rewards from the accumulation of risky assets, despite serial reminders that all may not be as copacetic as the price levels insist is the case."

...And The Market Breaks

Update: the market has been fixed: "FINRA NYSE TRF: TECHNICAL ISSUE - RESOLVED The previously reported networking issue has been resolved. All systems are functioning normally."