Is Today's Market As Easy As '123' Again?

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Mark Mywords's picture
Mark Mywords (not verified) Nov 13, 2015 12:28 PM

It is.

Pareto's picture

here come the "buy the fucking dippers!"  like clockwork, though we were warned - Gartman.

Callz d Ballz's picture

Why does the Six Million Dollar Man sound effect always comes to mind when this happens?

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPJ2ZjYlY38

xrxs's picture

You're watching the six trillion dollar PPT show

MonetaryDigitalis's picture

"A market, barely alive.  We can rebuild it.  We have the technology..." And the arrogance.

E.F. Mutton's picture

Does that make Janet Yellen the Bionic Woman?

Bill of Rights's picture

Market ha ha ha ha since when?

kralizec's picture

Since poker chips were rebranded as fiat.

Amish Hacker's picture

Only an economist could look at that chart and say, "Correlation is not causation."

Hitlery_4_Dictator's picture

Once again ZH calls the bottom, uncanny. Getting tired of it. 

The worst trader's picture

The market needs to desolve................

MadVladtheconquerer's picture
MadVladtheconquerer (not verified) Nov 13, 2015 12:37 PM

No, its not as easy as 1-2-3 but maybe its as lazy as 1-2-3.

herkomilchen's picture

Well, neither leads the other.  And they decouple and re-couple at unpredictable times.  So no particular way to trade the phenomenon that I'm seeing.

lasvegaspersona's picture

There is a price for this action.

As the dollar index goes up, the ability to repay foreign held dollar denominated loads goes down. Somewhere in the OTC bowels of the derivative market some major indigestion is brewing. When it blows the clean up will not just be on aisle 3.

LawsofPhysics's picture

Bullshit.  The fucking banks that "own" this shit don't even understand it.  Just like every other monetary "crisis", this one is caused by the very same fuckers who benefitted from it in the first place.  The banks will forgive all the derivative horseshit.  Their debts and liabilities "magically" disappear,  YOURS DO NOT!

Sheep, it would appear, are for shearing, over and over and over...

jcdenton's picture

There are some that believe in coincidences. There are some that don't ..

Those that do not say that nature (natural law and nature's God; i.e. Mises et al > the market) is just issuing a little more extra rope ..