What Happens Next?

Tyler Durden's picture

"Decoupled"...

 

 

Remember 2043.94 is YTD unchanged for S&P 500 cash.

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Edward Morbius's picture

So why the rip at 10:30 AM today?

Four chan's picture

celebrating japans worst week in a while? 

MillionDollarBonus_'s picture

An excerpt from my new book, "Tricks of the Trade - Hard-Learned Lessons from a Real Wall Street Veteran"

Lesson 4 - Go In Big, Or Don't Go In At all

Fortune favors the bold . Those who have made it in trading know that you simply cannot succeed without taking large risks. It's not sufficient just to have a consistently profitable trading strategy. No matter how profitable your strategy, if you trade with a meek amount of capital, you will never make it big. Professional traders are not afraid to risk it all in a split second, without even breaking a sweat. The pros are trained killers with nerves of steel - when they see an opportunity, they seize it with both hands and don't look back. Risk really isn't a factor when you know what you're doing. Champion traders laugh when amateurs ask them about 'risk management' and 'setting stops' - elite traders never set stops. They trade in and out of the market using their laser sharp instinct and informed market analysis, and they never doubt themselves. Using stops is an indication that you lack conviction in your position. If you feel the need to 'play it safe' and have a fear of losing, you have already lost the battle. The hard reality is, most people are just not cut out to be top traders, and are doomed to failure or mediocrity. It is up to you to determine whether you truly have what it takes, and if so, to have the courage to risk it all.

Hohum's picture

Or just invest in an index fund.

Baa baa's picture

Or hire a broker? I mean, they get you at EVERY turn. Retail stock play is quite dead.

Linglishboy's picture

of course the traders are not scared...it's not their money they are playing with...and if they go bankrupt, they get bailed out...

Quebecguy's picture

The people I know (old New England money,TPTB) don't "do" risk. They have coat hangars holding their bumpers on, too. They always go for the sure thing. Yes, all in. Decisive. They like real estate and other hard assets. Big time. 

 

If the economy goes down, PMs go up. If the economy goes up (maybe TBTB aren't pedling fiction, maybe, because they have control), PMs go up. 

Diversified deep waters will reduce all risk. 

fxpmtrader's picture

Spot on - and very well said.
War, revolution, earthquakes and such - are the only risks.
And patience and a crystal clear strategy - and likely a "proper" life style - are the tools.
True aristocrats are VERY rare.

Most humans though are just sheeple, gamblers - or worse. Either this way or that way.
But that is a well hidden secret.

 

ShorTed's picture

Who says it better than you MDB?

Jim in MN's picture

Good day Tylers and all,

Has there been any coverage of the probable death of the smart phone market due to the end of subsidized prices by the mobile carriers?

I don't know anyone who is interested in a cute phone for $600.

semperfi's picture

answer:  women

before any downvotes pour in  - all the women I personally know who have recently bought phones have all paid $600+

monad's picture

Somebody gots ta pay fo mah phony bill!

3rdWorldTrillionaire's picture

The carriers are "financing" them with zero interest over a contract term. The sheeps will add $20-25/month to their phone bill to get the new hot phone for 20 months.

Jim in MN's picture

LOL this is like the most downvotes I've ever gotten.  I should ask cell phone questions more often.  Where's Reggie anyway?

 

Allen_H's picture

You should try harder. I get pretty good down votes without trying to hard, just mention the terrorist jewUSSA occupiers and murderes running their shit show, and you will get plenty.

I never downvoted you though.

ShorTed's picture

I junked you just to maintain your narrative.

Kprime's picture

I junked your junk cuz I think it's just a ponzi scheme

Allen_H's picture

Christopher Bollyn: The terrorist jews done 9/11: http://noirg.org/articles/journalist-christopher-bollyn-backs-farrakhan-...

I could post links all day, but prefer not to, hey, you give the fuckers money and weapons 24/7, and your government gave the concent and aided the project, you people are totally fucking clueless.

AIPAC runs your shithole, and you cannot even face it, or any other facts about your Kuntry.

Jim in MN's picture

By the way, you wankers:

http://reconanalytics.com/2015/02/2014-us-mobile-phone-sales-fall-by-15-...

2014 US Mobile Phone sales fall by 15% and handset replacement cycle lengthens to historic high

By Roger Entner on February 10, 2015 (a year ago, which is why I am wondering now)

In 2014, roughly 143 million mobile phones were sold in the United States, approximately 90% of them smartphones. This is a decline of 25 million phones from 2013 when approximately 168 million phones were sold – and only half of them were smartphones. The decline in phone sales is predominately due to the rise of equipment financing plans, compounded by slower new subscriber additions. At the same time, consumers’ phone purchase habits have changed significantly.

monad's picture

We already did the 4 yr obamaphone mortgage. Twice...

katchum's picture

Credit markets are always right.

Hohum's picture

I'll take a shot: stock prices up, bond prices up.  Rinse, repeat.  When does it end?

semperfi's picture

does it matter ?

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Infield_Fly (not verified) semperfi Apr 1, 2016 11:35 AM

fuck no - keep on scalping

Squid Viscous's picture

picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue, again...

Dragon HAwk's picture

Having a High Price on Something is easy..  it's finding  a Buyer, that's  when things get tricky

Kagemusho's picture

Somewhere, in some bank's boardroom, a mechanical voice, similar to those heard in aircraft cockpits during crashes, is saying "Voot-voot! Pull! Up! Voot-voot! Pull! Up!"

Too effin' late...

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Theonewhoknows (not verified) Apr 1, 2016 11:47 AM

I know what happens next! Another central bank will cut its arm just to look uglier when compared to FED! Whether its ECB, BOJ it doesnt matter - FED FTW! http://independenttrader.org/the-madness-of-the-ecb.html

Kina's picture

One of these things is not like the other.

Quebecguy's picture

What happens next? I BTFD today (physical) so it should go up now. 

 

http://www.kitco.com/charts/livesilver.html

 

Going up already...

DTTMC

Quebecguy's picture

I don't know what happens next, but I'm PRETTY SURE WHERE WE'D BE NOW IF WE HAD LET BANKS FAIL AND MOVED ON. Some of them might be getting out of jail by now. YOU STUPID FUCKS!!!

Quebecguy's picture

...but thanks for the YUUUUUUGGGGGEEE dip. 

 

http://www.kitco.com/charts/livegold.html

Quebecguy's picture

and to complete my rant, thanks for bringing those FORGED mortgage docs to my father's hearing. Duh. 

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taopraxis (not verified) Apr 1, 2016 12:12 PM

Sold half of my remaining daytrade in gold and banked some lunch money...

Currently looking to short stocks on any late rally but may well lose my nerve, later.

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taopraxis (not verified) taopraxis Apr 1, 2016 12:21 PM

Out on my gold trade for now. I had a good day and a good week. Why mess it up?

TroyAndAbed's picture

Bulls are sending us up to the top of Everest with no oxygen. Short this mother hard.

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taopraxis (not verified) TroyAndAbed Apr 1, 2016 12:39 PM

Tempting...

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taopraxis (not verified) taopraxis Apr 1, 2016 1:32 PM

Just dipped my toe back in on the short side of the S&P.

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taopraxis (not verified) Apr 1, 2016 12:46 PM

Shorting the long bond...

StackShinyStuff's picture

What happens next??? BTFD! What is ya ign'ant?