ES Futures Retest Overnight Lows as European Credit Opens Ugly

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Id fight Gandhi's picture

You're up late. Not looking good for the week. Hope reality catches up with insanity.

been there done that's picture

you beat me by 1 second to my first ever FIRST ZH post! and I didn't even say "BITCHEZ" anywhere!

 

Michael's picture

People please. What you will see in the near term coming days in the markets is not the big one. You will have to wait till next month for that.

Who were the last men in Congress who coined money for the US and regulated the value thereof before 1913 according to;

Article 1 - The Legislative Branch
Section 8 - Powers of Congress

http://www.usconstitution.net/xconst_A1Sec8.html

I want names.

Bueller, Bueller? Anyone?

been there done that's picture

when the SP500 neckline of 1140 goes, it's 5th down time.... then yes, possible wave 2, then again, maybe we are on the verge of a BIG 3..... EW analysis by itself is not much good but it is at least a framework and a good point of reference. It seems to work better when there is emotion in the MKT and worse when the vix is way low and manilpulated. I've been kicking someone's ass lately nailing tops and bottoms. WHO is the sucker that has been writing be calls on levered bear ETFs??? hopefully some dim wit at a TBTF bank.

Ahmeexnal's picture

Only minutes after the open and DAX is down over 4%.

Is there a european FAZ?

thunderchief's picture

 

 

Initial reaction- 

 

1)Sell everything

                         

 2) buy treasuries (safe Haven-yeah right)

                          

3) Panic and buy gold and silver

                          

4) Risk on, buy stocks (because they said so-Everyone's doing it! Again!)

                          

5)  Start again at 1..

 

TruthInSunshine's picture

Everyone will genuinely laugh at this front page article in the brilliant (/sarc) New York Times (home of the Paul 'Hither Thy Aliens' Krugman), where the on-top-of-things journalists have written an article that suggests the markets have become "erratic" and that this "new development" is causing alarm (I wonder if anyone has clued them in on HFT, dark pools, leverage, colocation, or the many ways by which The Bernank has broken all global markets?):

 

Market Swings Are Becoming New Standard
  • By LOUISE STORY and GRAHAM BOWLEY (with the sage counsel of Wall Street's Favorite Puppet Journalist - Mr. Andrew Ross-Sorkin)
THE NEW YORK TIMES (aka We Depend on Wall Street & Manhattan & All The Taxpayer Transfer Payments Received by The Privileged Constituents of Chuck Schumer For The Bulk of Our Useless, Parasitic Reader Base)

Recent stock fluctuations have caused experts to ask whether there are new forces at work in the market that make trading permanently more erratic.

Hephasteus's picture

I think they actually believe that people are "normalized" and can be "normalized".

I'm as crazy as a fucking rat in a bird cage. Something didn't work.

disabledvet's picture

I like you. You're in charge now.

Michael's picture

We Depend on Wall Street & Manhattan & All The Taxpayer Transfer Payments Received by The Privileged Constituents of Chuck Schumer For The Bulk of Our Useless, Parasitic Reader Base

And that sums up the entire federal government as well.

been there done that's picture

I held short over the weekend.... a total no respect move. Glad I did!

Id fight Gandhi's picture

I did too, but felt uneasy with the big drop Friday because something usually makes the markets go full retard into Monday open.

Who is John Galt's picture

I not only held short, I went all in on Thursday. I hope this is finally it!

Fips_OnTheSpot's picture

and DAX will "test" 5000 today.. FUT already bumping below 5030.

chump666's picture

There is a short there...the DAX, mini futures overkill why?  The German's can't print, they hate inflation...y'know 1920's and all that.  So equities will be slaughtered in Germany, same in France.

The markets in Europe are about to get a major beatdown.  ECB can't do sh*t now. 

 

 

jeff montanye's picture

will srs ever trade in the hundreds again?  seems appealing as the opposite of the institutional gold/silver play: tptb have supported real estate prices at an artificial level (as they have depressed p.m. prices) versus fundamentals, which are deteriorating.  thus one might get a bigger bang as the institutional effect unwinding supercharges the changing fundamentals.

Id fight Gandhi's picture

Leveraged ETFs are tough, unless you're on top of them every day in and out stay away. The decay is massive, but if you catch the up or down draft right they're quite sweet.

Who is John Galt's picture

I only play the markets with my IRA money, so I have no margin account. ETFs are my only choice to go short.

I am already ahead on these bets, and will liquidate at least half in the next day or 2 to lock in some gains.

All my real assets are in PMs and land, this is my casino money.

Id fight Gandhi's picture

You can still use options in an ira, use the Greeks and manage some risk better.

Who is John Galt's picture

Thank you for the advice, however my etrade account isn't setup to allow me to trade options in my IRA. I will be exchanging half of my shorts to PHYS in the morning to take some winnings off the table. I will let the FAZ ride for a few more days, perhaps until Friday, then its all back into PHYS.

Id fight Gandhi's picture

Np. It's easy to set them up. But lots of risk esp. If you're not up on them. Options would allow you to manage risk better, hedge positions, go long or short with less cap. outlay.

If you're playing risky x3 etfs why lay tie up the cap. when you're just trading in and out anyway.

Just be careful with faz, that's been a widow maker.

MsCreant's picture

Have fun out there maurading. I hear all of you gunning your engines from over here in the central time zone, USA. Fuck em up!!

Michael's picture

You ain't seen nothing yet kiddo.

Who is John Galt's picture

Gold is getting hit too. Hoping to turn my FAZ, EPV, and SKF around to PHYS if I can catch the right "2008" style moment. Wish me luck.

RmcAZ's picture

+1... FAZ and PHYS are my only holdings currently.

johngaltfla's picture

Biotch, I'm JG. And if you have any brains, you're heding like a MF now...

TruthInSunshine's picture

RoboTarder, who has a merry tag-a-long flock of sheeplefauxtrading lemmings praising his mad skills (an apparently new development), has ridden the Nikkei down from 40,000 to the present 8,700, and he and his tag-a-longs are puking up blood.

RoboTranny also went ultra-leverage long on U.S. equities in late 1999, ultra-leverage short U.S. equities in mid-2000, ultra-leverage long U.S. equities in August of 2001, ultra-leverage short on U.S. equities in 2003, ultra-leverage long U.S. equities in late 2007, ultra-leverage short U.S. equities in May of 2009, and RoboTranny now claims he's currently short on down days and long on days that pop.

He's also long and/or short paper and/or physical gold and/or long and/or short mining stocks after the fact, depending upon how it/they perform.

Id fight Gandhi's picture

I don't usually agree with robo, but he doesn't claim that the up moves makes sense he just goes with it.

johngaltfla's picture

Dang, Glad to see I"m not the only insane person watching the crazy crash overnight...good work TD!

johngaltfla's picture

f me...look at the Hang Seng..boom bitoeches

 

chump666's picture

Copper lows when you see moves like this.  AUD broke the 1.03 handle. 

bad Sh*t.

johngaltfla's picture

FROGGY BANKS in total freefall now...down 9% plus

HOLY FLIRKINGSCHMIDT!

Minoan's picture

Societe Generale anyone?

Who is John Galt's picture

EPV is a European double short...

TruthInSunshine's picture

I want to see the Eurozone burn for the same reasons I oppose the highly planned and soon to be rolled out 'New World Order.' and not just because I enjoy seeing things burn.

The NWO is the handiwork of Satanic forces, and the Eurozone was the trial balloon that should convince anyone who harbored any skepticism that suck skepticism was well-founded.

I Germans are forced to bail out the toxic cradle-to-grave, GDP=50% government workers, we-retire-with-full-pensions-at-age-48 nation states that surround them in the EU, they and their children will be facing a situation much like pre-WWII, whereby war reparations broke their means to live anything remotely approaching a dignified existence (this opening the door for some radicalism that led to some very tragic global events).

Who is John Galt's picture

I want to see the whole NWO go down! We can start with the ROT SHIELDS, and work our way over to the USA for some 1776 action!

Bananamerican's picture

I signed in T.I.S., just to give you a thumbs up....

disabledvet's picture

Tragic indeed! Now say hi to Washington DC. You know: the guys you called a "banana republic with nukes."

Minoan's picture

Breaking:Tomorrow's issue of 3 month bills is suspended for a week in Greece.

DarkStarDog's picture

BURN MUDDERPHUCKER BURN. !!!!!!!

Sambo's picture

Sept 15th 2008 Lehman filed Chapter 11 Dow fell -4.5% on that day...and exactly three years later....will it be BAC?

El Gordo's picture

If the dollar becomes worthless, what difference will it make how high the stock market goes?  Won't that paper stuff be worthless as well, or will it be quoted in Ameros or something else?

If the currency crashes, will the rich people still be rich?

Just how broke do you have to be to be considered broke?

Just wondering.....

Mitzibitzi's picture

The main difference between the rich and poor is that the latter don't tend to own warehouses full of food, fuel and commodities. Fiat at zero is no more worthless than it's ever been. It's value has always been in what you could acquire by using it as a medium of exchange. Most of the acquiring is now done; a couple of thousand people have all the world's real wealth, the rest of us have iPads (actually, I don't, but...) and widescreen TVs. Oh, and LOTS of paper debt, with it's collection enforced at gunpoint.

AmCockerSpaniel's picture

Now there's a job some will like. Dept collector willing to us a gun to collect it. Any of you realy men up to that?