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Bill Blain: "Some Of The Ongoing Market Evolution Really Scares Me"

"Some of the ongoing market evolution really scares me. Like the significance of the fragmentation of markets into smaller and smaller liquidity pools. Combined with trade-frustrating regulation, it’s just downright dangerous... Problem is, much of danger lies so far below the visible surface, I’m not convinced markets really understand how potentially one-way current stock trading has become."

The Next Market Crash Will Not Be Televised

"In the end, just like 1987, 1998, and 2008, the taxpayer will end up holding the bag. They will never see the crash coming... and modern television will cover it much like they did in 2007 and 2008: After the financial nuclear bomb has already gone off."

Americans Refuge In "Matrix Of Rackets" Is Failing

What remains of the accustomed standard of living in America is supported by wishing and fakery and all that is now coming to a climax as we steam full speed ahead into Murphy’s law: if something can go wrong, it will.

A Look Back At 1999!

"If this market rally seems eerily familiar, it’s because it is. In fact, the backdrop of the rally reminds me much of what was happening in 1999...If you were around then, you will remember."

Are Big Banks' Dark Pools Behind The Run-Up In Bank Stock Prices?

The biggest banks on Wall Street, both foreign and domestic, have been repeatedly charged with rigging and colluding in markets from New York to London to Japan. Thus, it is natural to ask, have the big banks formed a cartel to rig the prices of their own stocks?

5 Urgent Warnings From Big Banks That The "Economy Has Gone Suicidal"

The economy has gone suicidal. It is working against the very people who need its energy to survive. It is collapsing on its own weight, and the weight of literally incalculable levels of toxic debt. And it is going to create the greatest disaster of our time, if the warnings from the world’s most powerful bankers are any indication.

JPM Explains How HFTs Caused Friday's Sterling Flash Crash

"The advent of non-bank liquidity providers such as HFTs has reduced bid ask spread and increased market efficiency in FX markets, but at the cost of lower market depth and withdrawal of liquidity provision in periods of stress."

Steve Wynn: Trump Vs Hillary Is A Distraction From The Real Problem, Which Ends With "Wheelbarrows Full Of Money"

"The issue about what's going to happen with the election isn't so much an issue of Trump versus Clinton at the moment. It's a question of whether the House and the Senate and the executive branch can get together and make Americans feel safer and have a fiscal and monetary policy that isn't self-destructive, which currently it is.... In the history of the Western world, inflating your way out of this kind of a problem, people went grocery shopping with wheelbarrows full of currency."