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Naw, that was me unloading mine.... Sorry, my bad.
Blatant bid lifting on the Roach Motel [SPY], in coordination with cotinued "horse fixing" on the TLT. Clearly, long bond action, quite possibly as a result of MF liquidation, is the key for market price action today.
There is no market anymore.
**P. Najarian jumps in late on the silver trade just now. Look out**
The difficulty I have with this theory is that the European equities were in rocket up as much as @4% prior to the US equity market even opening. The squeeze in the US ramped in a similar manner to the Euro ramp. Gap open and a steady charge higher.
No, the talking heads were reporting that US stocks were seeing money from the Treasury market, thus trying to draw that line.
Tylers' report just disputes that notion, nothing more- obviously, had this really been happening, US stocks wouild have been up- percentage wise- as much or much more as the Euro stocks were... They weren't.
Further, the lack of follow-thru today says that it's far more likely that the Treasury selloff was more likely an isolated event- i.e.- MF Global.
The fact that the author indicates the pattern began on Wednesday makes me more inclined agree with yours and the authors assessment.
I'd update/alter the comment but the edit button is gone.
Weird that the financials are so calm with MF Global seeing so much pressure. Trust in regulators?
What did the pattern say when ES went from 1060 to 1280?
The 2s10s30s pattern & correlation? Ask someone with a Bloomberg terminal.
A butterfly exhibiting the Butterfly Effect?
Is it a rorschach test or something?
Stocks have reached a permanently high plateau.
Apart from that he was pretty good...but, fuck one goat.
Stop the government price control on stock market. Class action lawsuit. Many here who rightly short market would have claim.
"Veterans Win $7.4 Million Settlement in Federal Debt Collection Class Action
Washington, DC: A $7.4 million settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit brought against the United States government by military veterans.
The suit alleged that the government's methods of recovering debt owed by veterans for purchases made on military bases was not acceptable because the debts incurred had reached the 10 year statute of limitations.
In 2007, Julius Briggs, a disabled army veteran, filed the lawsuit after the US government kept about $2,300 in tax refunds to pay down a $1,857 debt he incurred buying uniforms and other items on base in 1993.
According to media reports, some 6,700 former military will receive $10,000 each from the settlement, which was approved in court Thursday, January 28th.
The Wall Street Journal has reported that the class action is the first to challenge a federal agency's debt collection tactics.
RanSquawk.. MF Global (MF) spokesperson says no comment on Gasaparino report that the co. would not last the weekend according to a source.. whoa..
The BlowHorn [CNBC] has already explained to the bleating sheep that the MF story is not so much one of too big to fail but rather too small to care.
During this week, the BlowHorn has passed into the hopium world of "all news is good news"...good or bad...up or down...success or failure.
It's all good.
That would mean that according to the CNBC Cheerleaders "Soft Patches" are good! Then "Good" translates into BULLISH! Bullish means BUY, BUY, BUY... There problem solved...
I hope so, the unwinding of these dealers and hopefully later some major Hedge Funds will provide some great opportunities to get stocks when they are actually cheap
The use of a butterfly would never cross the minds of these upstanding traders and Wall Strret banks. Whoever wrote this should be spanked.
They named this company correctly. Must have known Corzine would be there one day, he's a classic MF'er
Is Cramer still pitching Netflix? Or he still on Bear Stearns? Guy is the definition of a punk
thank you taylor
DAX monthly chart at blog shows recent bullish candle revealing aggressive short covering rally enclosed within big picture bearish pattern.
Bullish USD weekly/monthly and bearish SP500/DOW monthly charts will eventually ensure a reversal of the equity uptrend and a significant dollar rally.
You just can't accept it can you ZH. The market rallies on decent volume and still you chant bearish, bearish, bearish!
Decent conjecture Tyler, along with your idea that Euro rally is driven by assets Euro bank asset sales, as both of these suggest that equity markets have perversely been driven by actions that if widely known would be seen as negative and not positive.
Too bad it's all conjecture and there's no way to verify either way.
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