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Guest Post: If The Market Rolls Over Here....

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Submitted by Charles Hugh Smith from Of Two Minds

If The Market Rolls Over Here....

If this rally runs out of steam, history suggests the next move down could plumb depths not seen in years.

If the market rolls over here, the next bottom might be a lot lower than most players think possible. After all, the "news" is all positive: Europe's debt crisis is now resolved; employment in the U.S. is trending up, GDP is growing nicely, etc. etc. etc.

As food for thought, here are two charts, courtesy of frequent contributor B.C., that suggest the good news might not only be priced in, but it might abruptly cease flowing.

The first chart is of the S&P 500 from 1973 to the present. The current rally has stalled right at a multi-year line of resistance, and a potential A-B-C pattern in a long-term channel suggests a return visit to the March '08 lows around 666, or perhaps even lower.


Here are B.C.'s observations:


If a C wave is imminent, a typical pattern is 2 (or 2.382-2.764) x A or a target of the '02-'03 and fall '08 lows, or even as low as the 500s-600s eventually. C = A would imply an idealized target in the 460s and nominal SPX 600s (US$ constant at the current level).

Such a decline in a period of "growth" seems impossible, but we should keep in mind the possibility that four conditions could cause growth to roll over and corporate profits to compress:

1. Rising energy input costs

2. Rising U.S. dollar decimates overseas earnings of U.S. corporations

3. Tapped-out consumers run out of gas (literally)

4. Federal government stops borrowing and blowing 10% of GDP every year

Next up, an analog chart of the Nikkei and the S&P 500 (SPX). To align apples to apples, this chart tracks the dollar-adjusted Nikkei from its top in 1989 and the dollar-adjusted SPX from its top in 2000. (For reference, the yen-adjusted Nikkei is also plotted.)

Interestingly, the SPX has tracked the Nikkei rather closely--at least until the extraordinary monetary interventions by the Federal Reserve known as QE2 and Operation Twist put booster rockets on the market (with some recent aid from the ECB's LTRO injection of about $1.5 trillion into the banking sector since December).

If the SPX were to continue tracking the Nikkei, the next bottom won't occur until late 2013 or early 2014--two years hence.



Here are B.C.'s notes on this chart:

Note how relatively closely the SPX was tracking the currency-adj. corollary with the Nikkei until QE2 and "Operation Twist". Coincidence . . .? I suspect not. Had the SPX tracked the corollary as in '01 and '08, the SPX would be in the 800s-900s by now.


Can the Fed and shadow banksters prevent for the next 18-24 months the historical tendency for the SPX to follow the self-similar cyclical and secular patterns? I suspect we are going to witness their ongoing desperate attempts to do so.

The problem for the Fed is that interest rates are already zero, and playing around with bonds and buying more mortgages (the Fed already owns $1 trillion) is ultimately pushing on a string: the Fed can't force all the free money into productive investments, nor can it force banks to lend or consumers to spend.

The cliche is "don't fight the Fed;" there is no need to "fight the Fed" because they're busy self-destructing, and all we have to do is watch.

Maybe the market will follow Apple in a trajectory to the moon here. If it doesn't, a variety of other models suggests the wheels may fall off the "growth and rising profits forever" story and the market will decline to test recent lows or even hit new lows.

That's not what the Fed or the politicos want, but events on stage may be slipping beyond their off-stage control.


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Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:47 | 2212712 catacl1sm
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Holy Crap! I read the headline as "If Merkel rolls over here..."

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:55 | 2212745 nope-1004
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The FED is the market.  They are controlling everything.  It is the furthest thing from a free market I've ever seen.

It won't roll over.  I think Benocide was lying yesterday.  He knows damn well that the only way out of the massive debt situation is to inflate.  The stock markets will rise in nominal terms.  The sheeple will be happy watching the S&P rise, meanwhile have no clue how or why their wealth is being depleted.


Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:01 | 2212777 ACP
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Just gotta play the crashes.

Every time the printing stops, crash. But from the world-wide printing that's been going on, don't know if the printing will ever stop from here on out.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:05 | 2212792 The Big Ching-aso
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Hell.  The obvious.  If QE doesn't come 'voluntarily' Wall Street on its own will crash the market forcing Ben's hand.  One or the other.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:13 | 2212840 Pladizow
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Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:20 | 2212879 French Frog
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If only  I could magically remove the word 'IF' from the headline....

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:07 | 2212809 economics1996
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Let the Fed commit suicide.  Adios asshole.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:03 | 2212782 Spigot
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Potemkin Markets

The USSR had nothing on us, baby.

Nearing event horizon

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:05 | 2212796 clones2
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"Mo' Money... Mo' Problems..."

The FED and Central Banks will keep printing...  which means the markets should continue to inflate.  I believe at that point, bonds fall and rates rise.   The money moving out of bonds into riskier instruments like equities could really get the inflation party going.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:06 | 2212798 Al Huxley
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Agree 100%.  The FED and the ECB can SAY whatever they want, but they can now only DO 1 thing - monetize for as long as they can get away with it.  It's that or make the banks eat their losses, and THAT will never happen.  Far more palatable for the average American or European to gradually notice they're getting less for their money that it is to wake up one morning and find out that the bank's gone broke and all their money's gone.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:11 | 2212829 clones2
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The 2 major investment choices that most people invest with are stocks or bonds... At SOME point - people aren't going to be crazy about a 10 year bond at zero...I mean 1.95%...  Which means money of out bonds into equities and rates rise.

To make up for rising rates and higher debt payments, deficits will rise, banks will print more.

I'm pretty sure this is leads to hyperinflation. ;-)

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 13:47 | 2213259 catacl1sm
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Treasurey rates don't ever HAVE to rise. The Fed COULD buy up all of the new Treasuries at whatever rate it decides. That's not exactly good for the public, but it keeps the interest on the national debt down. If that goes up, the US blows up fast. The longer they keep this farce up, the worse the aftermath will be. I think they've already taken it too far and are hoping for Krugman's aliens to invade so that they have a good excuse for the aftermath. They just keep covering up a lie with a lie... eventually it will all come out and it will seem like lunacy what was done, but when you get deep enough into the lie, you CAN'T get out of it. I'm sure there's a psychological term for that.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:07 | 2212806 Theta_Burn
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With just mths away from an election, the continuation of this farce is easy. after the golden booyyee is reinstated, rollover,QE new market lows will be daily read

On a side note, I can't really watch those fed speeches because well i just can't, but yesterday i did just long enough to notice contortions on Bernake's face that I've never seen before.....

Oh, and I think Barney Frank has a man crush on the Bernanke.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:18 | 2212865 eatthebanksters
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he digs the bernank's trim...

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:07 | 2212812 BobPaulson
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Which is why they shanked gold.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:09 | 2212825 SillySalesmanQu...
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He's lying again today as we speak...he does'nt even read the data he's "quoting". What a loon.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:11 | 2212831 Lost My Shorts
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I agree -- that market rollover is the Godot that everyone at ZH has been waiting for forever.  The market has been about to roll over for months.  Mr. Hugh Smith claims to be of two minds, but I can only see one.

The market would only roll over if:

1) I go balls to the wall long.  (For $25 you can sign up for my newsletter and I will tell you when.)

2) The powers that be want a roll-over.

Doug Kass is also calling for a modest roll-over, and he seems to know how the big players are positioned.  I would trust that much more than CHS's rambling about who can't do what.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:33 | 2212934 disabledvet
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Doug Cass is part of the "lunatic brigade"...hence "the market rallies on his news." not saying he won't be proven right... but the Treasury market is the best economic forecaster you can have. If those yields plunge back to the 1.75 range then yes...Problem BofA returns. The fact of the matter however is if these low rates which indeed are being spread throughout the economy courtesy of Citigroup are "sustained" that combined with continued massive Federal stimulus will simply "command recovery." I agree it is far from elegant. I know I've been living the blues for some time now and see no end in site to that. "Cry me a river" as they say. Or "blow up Syria Mr President!" I know it'll make me feel better.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:20 | 2212878 silver4me
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The FED is the market. They are controlling everything. It is the furthest thing from a free market I've ever seen.

You are right about this. And once everyone is finally convinced that the Fed won't let the market go down, well then you know. It's crash time.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:47 | 2212717 Gomie
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No way cuz I just read this: "At Birinyi Associates, it’s a 1,700-point S&P 500 Index SPX +0.37% sometime later this year, according to the money management and research firm’s March 2012 Reminiscences newsletter."

So there you have it, SPX 1700 this year. I read it on the internets so it must be true. Sorry.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:48 | 2212721 RobotTrader
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Hilarious how Uncle Ben's comments yesterday, put huge pressure on bonds.

Most bond ETF's are now at "Do or Die" levels.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:57 | 2212757 ebworthen
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Bonds and equities are all toppy, just like sovereign governments and central banks.

The only things that aren't are precious metals and oil.

Funny how tangibles win out eventually.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:54 | 2213018 fuu
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Did you enjoy the little time out?

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:48 | 2212722 Ivanovich
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I have heard this story for several years now.  While it would be about time and welcome, I do not wish to hold my breath any longer, nor "bet" accordingly.  Another Morgan Peace Dollar, please.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:18 | 2212867 Sophist Economicus
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Make it a double for me

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 13:01 | 2213050 Abiotic Oil
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All prepped up and nowhere to go.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:48 | 2212723 iamtheeggman wh...
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great line:

The cliche is "don't fight the Fed;" there is no need to "fight the Fed" because they're busy self-destructing, and all we have to do is watch.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:49 | 2212728 Toolshed
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Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:49 | 2212730 CapitalistRock
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Wrong. A central bank absolutely will force you to spend. It won't be terribly productive. In fact, it will create terrible misallocations of capital and ultimately lower standards of living than a sound money would.

But they will create full employment. That part is easy. Real production will elude them.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:52 | 2212737 catacl1sm
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1920'2 part II. Same outcome.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:11 | 2212832 economics1996
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War creates full employment also.  If we create enough inflation the economy and make real wages 50 cents a hour everyone will have a job.  Woopi!  Fun, fun, joy, joy.

Bring back Stalin.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:51 | 2212734 pleseus
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All the central banks of the world will print more money sooner or later.  Buy gold and silver as a long term investment.  It's bound to go up over time.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 13:50 | 2213266 catacl1sm
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Gold and silver PROTECT your wealth, not increase it.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:52 | 2212738 Boilermaker
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..."Guest Post: If The Market Rolls Over Here...."

Well, golly gee, I wonder if Ben has already thought of that.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:54 | 2212742 ebworthen
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The Bernank is telling CONgress that the recession will not affect the potential for long term growth.

So...nearly $16 Trillion in open debt and over $65 Trillion in shadow debt and unfunded liabilities will not affect the potential for long term growth?

Ben, how long have you been sitting on that mushroom with the hookah smoking caterpillar puffing and puffing while flirting with Alice?

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:56 | 2212754 SheepDog-One
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I think someone filled Bens hookah with CRACK!

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:55 | 2212750 Moneyswirth
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The iPad 3 will save this economy

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:12 | 2212839 oddjob
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Considering the economy is bleeding so badly, you might have something there.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:20 | 2212875 jomama
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an iPad isn't really a pad, see....

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 13:51 | 2213272 catacl1sm
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Is this one going to be the promised 'chocolate' flavored one? All of my olds one have tasted like plastic.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:55 | 2212752 JPM Hater001
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It is different this time.  We have no real savings.  Adjust your drop target by another 50%.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:55 | 2212753 SheepDog-One
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So basically we're on the edge of the highest cliff in the world, hanging by a thread, and we'll just chill here for another 10 months no problem....YEA SURE!

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:55 | 2213023 JPM Hater001
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Actually, I think we are standing on a wobbly ladder on the highest cliff at this point and someone is handing us a gun, a bomb, and a lighter to juggle.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 13:53 | 2213281 catacl1sm
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and a spoon...

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 14:27 | 2213446 Totentänzerlied
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and an iPad

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:56 | 2212755 adr
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Yes but for the market to roll over some bag holder has to buy all the shares of Priceline at $640. Who's goin to do that? Eventually the pumpers are going to realize they have nobody to dump to.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 13:54 | 2213287 catacl1sm
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Uh, no they don't. The price of PCLN shares could go to $0 if no one wants it and the pumpers would be left with an empty bag.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:57 | 2212759 non_anon
Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:08 | 2212814 SmoothCoolSmoke
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Ray Davies - genius

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:58 | 2212765 Genzero
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Good number, bad number, same bullshit. Data is and will be interpreted and spun to benefit those who have the deepest pockets.

investors? Dont make me laugh. There's no capital market left, central bankers took care of that and simultaneously dealt a death blow to moral hazard. We've all become a bunch of gamblers betting on red or black on a daily basis.  

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:00 | 2212770 dwdollar
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If I judge optimism by how many SUVs and CUVs with negative equity zoom past me and smugly look at my paid for clunker I'd say we are close to peaking, in real terms.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:43 | 2212971 El Hosel
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Good one DW,

  At the top of the "hoseing" bubble it seemed every teenager was diving a new $40,000 car.... Lets take out an equity loan and buy junior a car for graduation, he might like that new charger.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:03 | 2212786 semperfi
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If you could successfully forever counterfeit $100 bills, would you self destruct?  The FED won't self destruct.  Neither will "The Market"  since, " the main purpose of central banking now is to prevent ordinary markets from happening at all "

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:10 | 2212827 RSloane
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That's it in a nutshell.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:29 | 2212907 Genzero
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That's it in one succinct sentence. And not changing any of the players is our affirmation that it is exactly what we want.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:42 | 2212972 LowProfile
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"If you could successfully forever counterfeit $100 bills, would you self destruct?"


I'd print $100 bills until they stopped taking them (or it became inconvenient to haul truckloads of them to the bar).

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:04 | 2212791 Sutton
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There's a hobbit out there crawling through Feddor who's going to put Ben's ring in the volcano.  If something can't go on forever, it wont.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:06 | 2212802 Gringo Viejo
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Andrew Breitbart dead at 43. Courtesy of a government assist by way of the NDAA?

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:17 | 2212862 Yes We Can. But...
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I loved that guy.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 14:02 | 2213329 catacl1sm
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suicided probably.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:07 | 2212808 Vince Clortho
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"if the market rolls over.."

What Market?  

What used to be the Stock Market is now a programmed robot that is manipulated by Central Bankers.  Why would they program it to roll over? 

Bad things would happen to banks if the market rolled.  The Central Printing Club does not want that to happen.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:44 | 2212983 LowProfile
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Too bad you can't print oil.  Or food.  Or...  You get the picture.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 14:02 | 2213321 viahj
Thu, 03/01/2012 - 14:03 | 2213332 catacl1sm
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But technology will save us from all of that!





Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:07 | 2212811 zebrasquid
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Faber says in his March report that he expects the market to head down soon...sentiment indicators and insider selling levels are the barometers he's looking at now.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:08 | 2212819 Mercury
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What does a currency adjusted S&P 5oo mean exactly?

If a particular US company earns X% of it's money from exports/overseas sales, isn't that already "adjusted" when expressed in $USD earnings?

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:39 | 2212959 Physicist
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I saw the chart and thought why not just show the chart in dollars and then apply perturbations in gold or euros.  What are the fudge factors in their calibration basket?  On the other hand, if you turn the chart upside down, the standing waves flow logarithmically.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:08 | 2212822 undercover brother
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Stop deluding yourselves.  Nothing will roll over until the fed liquidity pump is turned off.  

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:09 | 2212823 Yen Cross
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This ALGO scouring Bull Shit is getting old!

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:16 | 2212834 TomGa
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"...the Fed can't force all the free money into productive investments, nor can it force banks to lend or consumers to spend."


This is precisely what happened in 1930. In an article published April 12, 1930 in the NYTimes, it was warned that the policy then being followed by the Fed of pushing cheap money into bankers' hands was only being used to speculate in the equities markets and for capital appreciation by the banks; the money was not being loaned out to be used for productive purposes or to restart the engines of the economy.


The more things change, the more they stay the same.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 14:05 | 2213339 catacl1sm
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Exactly. Rothbard said the same thing. Providing cheap money does not mean that it will go into productive investments.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:13 | 2212842 Yen Cross
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 Big Ben reminds me of Cartman( Southpark), with that giant satelite dish up his ass. Planet Earth is a "comedy show", for the rest of the Universe!  F..king Pathetic!

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:14 | 2212843 youngman
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The market will not cant....its winow dressing for the Pensions...

But I forsee a desire...a search...a demand for something to invest in that has RETURN......I smell a tulip fiasco..or something similar....not sure yet...but something will pop up and everyone will jump on its won´t be gold and silver...although they will keep going up as an inflation hedge...the bankers can´t make fees on it will be something else....famland....trees...water rights...whatever....

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:35 | 2212904 El Hosel
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I smell the same old shit. I'd like to see Simon Hobbs on CNBC dress up as a women and lip sink the daily " The European markets are now closing" .

Thats Hot

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:16 | 2212857 Marge N. Callz
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Is the news positive or is it just that people are ignoring the bad news?  Markets top when things are most positive and bottom on the negative.  It's almost Easter!  Time for this Santa rally to go on vacation.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:16 | 2212858 the grateful un...
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this is the Casablanca economy. Would you like to go out and work for a living (called real economic growth where capital is put to work, not tied up in paper) or would you rather play the (rigged) wheel at Rick's Casino? of course there is only so much Rick can do for you, and he can be arbitrary about who is allowed to win. In the end Wall Street would rather put it's money down at Ricks than work for a living. If you want to surmise that some of the players are economic fascists (thinking maybe across the pond) you're right, but no one has the upper hand in the Casablanca economy. Rick has no limits as long as other players bring in new money, and where else would they play? and the money in Casablanca is Vichy script, hardly worth what we now call a US dollar. there are other things of course, which all amount to power, letters of transit to Swiss Bank Accounts, and no corporate taxes at all. and with Mitt Romney as the police chief. Obama plays the piano, get it, play it again.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:19 | 2212872 FranSix
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The "Real" Mega-Bears:

Bear Market Comparisons:

(these are the points of view of inflationists, not deflationists)

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:24 | 2212892 yogibear
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LOL, gotta love the street's twisting of demand destruction. Like Europe and the rest of the debt saturated countries won't affect the US.  The US is debt saturated too. Now localities are ramping up taxes and fees and squeezing what's left.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:27 | 2212905 marcusfenix
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markets, stocks, bonds blah,blah,blah...what an absolute joke.

who gives a shit anymore? anybody with at least 2 neurons firing can see this game is the biggest rake in history.

if only PT Barnum was alive today, he would see just how right he really was.

anyways, oil is about to stake this planned, rigged wreakcovery right to the wall and then maybe the villagers will be a little more inclined to turn to the torch and the pitchfork.

in the meantime I have little doubt another war to preserve the petrodollar for a little while longer is almost ready to be rolled out to the public, 24/7 America, fuck yeah! push button patriotism from behind the safety of your keyboard.  meanwhile we will be hearing those dull eyed, soulless MSM types telling everybody how it was necessary to give Iran and Syria to Al-Qaeda in order to save us all from nuclear armageddon. it won't make sense, but people will buy it so long as we are blowing shit up and kicking some uppity brown countries ass.

fun times ahead.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:32 | 2212920 zebrasquid
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Bernie Madoff was rolling in clover, too, until he wasn't.  The truth of our situation will be reflected in our markets, it always has been and always will.  The trillions and trillions of dollars involved are just too large to fudge.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:37 | 2212952 DavidC
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The Dow will be at 3,500 before this is done.

One cannot compare Japan's experience with the US now. Japan's problems started while the West generally was in a very strong bull market in the 90s and the Internet bubble. Compare now, where the whole of the West is in massive trouble with debt and Japan is starting to generate more because of its own continuing problems.

This time it is different - it's global.


Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:42 | 2212970 Robslob
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I'll take the ridiculously rising market until late 2013 for 1 Quadrillion Alex!


Ding ding ding...Daily Double!!!

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 12:44 | 2212984 Dollar Bill Hiccup
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IF Santa Claus showed up at my house this weekend with suitcase full of gold ....

This puppy is catching the bid from hell.

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 13:23 | 2213136 Lord Peter Pipsqueak
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How many times have we had Bernanke warn that this might be the last stimulus(after the most recent stimulus has done its work),for the market to tank and then at some time in the future, the Fed, after all the usual "will they won't they" crap in the media, release another form of stimulus? The market then takes off and everyone thinks "who would have thought that would happen?"

The only thing that surprises me is that it has happened before and it keeps happening and every time it does,people are surprised-wtf?

Until the next time...........

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 14:23 | 2213422 brooklynlou
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Its all about the mustache rides for Bwarney ...

Thu, 03/01/2012 - 16:34 | 2214199 RossE9
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Fri, 03/02/2012 - 02:03 | 2215970 cnhedge
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the graph looks very convincing.

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