A Market Full Of Uncertainty

Tyler Durden's picture

Presented with no comment...


Which market do you trust?


and summing it up into two indicators (stocks appear a little over-excited relative to risk):


Charts: Bloomberg and Capital Context

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otto skorzeny's picture

AAPL is doing swell today

GetZeeGold's picture



Yeah.....new Beatles box set is coming out for Christmas.

slaughterer's picture

AAPL does not look "over-excited" today.

Maybe it is the one stock today reflecting the other changes in the value of other asset classes. 

fonzannoon's picture

The debt ceiling is going to be eliminated and we are heading to NIRP and we are going to spend money until cardiac arrest. I don't see how anyone could be heavily short this market.

Everybodys All American's picture

cardiac arrest happens at a moments notice. So longs are just as if not more nervous.

saturn's picture

Guys, can you mark Vol VolX (as indeX) in the chart? Coz Vol suggests rather volume at first, anything other latter.

kridkrid's picture

What cardiac arrest looks like when it gets here, when it will get here, who and what will be blamed when it gets here is anyone's guess.

LouisDega's picture

They make a kick ass HDTV.

Dr. Engali's picture

Markets....heh heh funny.

slaughterer's picture

Usually, we get an overnight pump on AAPL when a decline of more than 4% takes the hotel guests down below their comfortable exit points. 

With this logic, AAPL open at $560-563 tomorrow. 

gjp's picture

AMZN is the new AAPL.  Minus the cash, cash flow, and IP.  But it's hot, and it's going up, every day!

alp's picture

Think about this: The Ultra Bull Case for 2013. Keynesians getting to a whole new level, i.e., "markets sovereignty"?

youngman's picture

I think currency wars will have an impact next year...

Nothing To See Here's picture

You mean on forests being depleted and the cost of paper rising?

NoDebt's picture

Thank goodness we've solved the "gravity problem" or this could end badly for the markets moving forward. 

slaughterer's picture

Seasonally, both AAPL and AMZN should be heading higher with speculation of their Christmas seasons. 

Technically, however,

AMZN is heading for a re-test of its $260  top


AAPL is heading for a death cross of 50DM and 200DMA.

These two stocks looks really unattractive,


with Constanza logic,

they are both BUYs.

We, in particular, think that AMZN P/E of 3,400 is excellent value.

fonzannoon's picture

Is it me or are the two longest held securities probably aapl and gld? Therefore they are both probably being sold heavily to lock in gains?

Hedgetard55's picture

Choomboi gave a very positive speech today to small business owners, THAT is why market is up.  :~)

walküre's picture

Who is buying FB all the way up to $28? What a crock of shit to get muppets excited.

michiganmaven's picture

front running the QQQQ inclusion next week - happens all the time. FB is added to Nasdaq 100 I think on the 12th or 13th.

PeeramidIdeologies's picture

Debt deal hope? lol Wait until they show that it's taxes up for the big boys, or over the cliff we go. Why? Because anything less would be unsocialized...

LongSoupLine's picture

i'll comment...


1) it's not a fucking market.

2) the algos are programmed to react to certain parameters.

3) bernanke feeds them.

4) the parameters have gone full fucking retard.

5) the algos don't know what the fuck to do.

6) Bernanke still feeds them.


fuck you Getco and Bernanke you fucks. 
JPM Hater001's picture

I feel your pain brother dont hold back.

Catflappo's picture

don't beat around the bush - tell us what you really think

Cursive's picture

If Europa when on a indefinite holiday, it would take the SPX about 2 weeks to reach 1800.

SeattleBruce's picture

So the FED can't totally rule the world?

slaughterer's picture

This "market" is making a DUFUS of everybody who trades it.

How is Bidermann from foggy Sausalito doing these days anyhow?

slaughterer's picture

Maybe today was the day Greece finally sold its AAPL to raise cash to buy back its sovereign bonds from the hedge funds.

The hedge funds will then use their cash from this deal to buy AAPL. 

Bastiat009's picture

Who will finance the economy now that the financial world has seceded from the rest of the (real) world?

q99x2's picture

I trust the Bernanke Index. He owns it. Who can argue.

Howdgu like that Dow 13,000 move. Pretty slick eh?

Bokkenrijder's picture

And where is gold? Oh wait...gold is down today right?


Karlus's picture

People are catching on to their little reindeer games just before the open. I think they will need to switch up their timing at some point soon.


Just slapping the market down will catch up with them soon...

slaughterer's picture

Crude is downer than gold. 

905ozs's picture

ZH & ZH good folk....
There is certainty, Rothschild.

You can delete me, bar my comments, I will continue to ask...
Lemmings like Osborne, Ben, the BIS etc have a master.
The Master is Rothschild Inc.

Why you so scared to start a proper discourse on whom is/has been manipulating everything for 200years, ww1, 2 & soon 3

Please tell us you aren't also bought
Why won't you deal with the core of the problem facing the 99%, Rothschild utter control???

mdtrader's picture

The gold price seems to be suggesting that we go over the cliff. I'm not sure WTF stocks are suggesting. A bullish deflationary orgy of higher taxes and spending cuts perhaps??? 

magpie's picture

Bizarro bank short squeezes

Boilermaker's picture

Like Johnny 401(k) has any clue or cares about this.  His statement is going to be larger.

He knows:  Up is good.  Down is bad.

Lost Wages's picture

Stocks are the new bonds. 

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