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Presenting The "Glamour" Bubble In All Its Glory





Nowhere is this new "glamour" bubble more visible than in the divergence between these "sexy" names built up on nothing but hype, or as David Einhorn would call them "story" stocks, and good old "resource" companies: those engaging in such "old economy" activities as energy and materials.

 
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Thursday Humor (And Tragedy For Shorts) - Netflix





Spot the NFLX earnings day...

 
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David Einhorn Says Varoufakis "Must Not Be Familiar With The Tyler Durden School Of Negotiation"





"Mr. Varoufakis, who kept reminding everyone that he is a professor of game theory, believed that the European leaders would prefer to make concessions now rather than manage the disruption of a Greek default. He must not be familiar with the Tyler Durden school of negotiation: the first rule of using game theory is you do not talk about using game theory. What’s more obvious is that Syriza didn’t understand what the game is."

 
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Shale "Revolver Raids" To Resume In October When "Rubber Meets The Road" For HY Energy





As we discussed at the beginning of last month, the “revolver raids” have already begun for some heavily indebted US shale companies who were set to see their credit lines cut after banks performed their bi-annual review in April, which is based on where crude has traded over the preceding 12 months. Those credit lines will be assessed again in October and according to a UBS survey of the banks who have helped finance the oil & gas industry, the outlook is not good

 
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Oil Price Recovery May Be Too Much Too Soon





The markets may have overshot, rising beyond levels warranted by the underlying fundamentals. Oil inventories are still at 80 year highs. The 487 million barrels of oil sitting in storage will take quite a while to drawdown. Crucially, oil production is still exceeding demand, leaving oil markets well-supplied.

 
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Einhorn Slams Mother Frackers





Einhorn just found his next target: U.S. onshore E&Ps or the oil fracking companies.

 
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Ira Sohn Conference Picks And Pans Summary





In what was perhaps the most uneventful Ira Sohn book-talking conference in years, some of the biggest hedge fund names came, and as expected, talked their book. There were few surprises, perhaps with the exception of David Einhorn who may have pulled an Ackman and revealed his disdain for Pioneer Natural Resources, which sent the name and the fracking sector lower if only briefly. Indicative of the broader state of the "market" Einhorn was also the only person who pitched a short.

 
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US Shale Sector Crashes After David Einhorn Repeats What Everyone Knows Already





Greenlight's David Einhorn has come out swinging at the Fed-fueled fracking frenzy and, after pointing out facts that are extremely widely known, and have been explained innumerable times here, sent Shale stocks tumbling... led by the so-called "MotherFracker" - Pioneer Natural Resources... Einhorn concludes, "Either way the frackers are fracked."

 
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Silver Price and iShares Silver Trust (SLV) Going to $12





We are silver bulls! Yes, that’s true. But before we make some money we will most probably lose some. $12 silver is a real possibility! Hedge Funds Wrong Again. Same as with Oil

 
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Gundlach Considers 100X Leveraged Bet Against German Bunds





The "new" Bond King joins his predecessor on the bond throne in calling German Bunds a compelling short opportunity. Just as we said last week, "when you short negative yielding bonds you have a positive carry," so why not leverage your bet 100X and get paid to wait on rising yields? 

 
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When To Put On Bill Gross' Big Bund Short: Citi Explains





With only six weeks (or one Graccident) to go until Bund purchases are forced out to 7-year maturities, and with traders warning that nearly every piece of PSPP-eligible German government paper will eventually trade special in repo despite the ECB’s feeble attempt to remedy the situation via its Securities Lending Program, the world wants to know: “when do I sell Bunds?”

 
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Assessing The Bund Shortage And Weighing Mario Draghi's Q€ Expansion Options





30% of German debt trades at or below the depo rate and some 60% carries a negative yield. The way things are going now, central bank Bund purchases will have to be in maturities of 7 years or more within just 6 weeks, and of course that timeframe could accelerate meaningfully should things take a turn for the worst in Athens. Ultimately, the math doesn't add up and it appears as though modifications to PSPP's structure will be necessary (perhaps at the ECB's September meeting) in order to prevent a forced taper.

 
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David Einhorn Is "Adding More Shorts", Has A Question For Mario Draghi





"At the bottom of the cycle, firms cut labor faster than output. The higher productivity led to improving margins, earnings and stock prices. Now labor is being added faster than output, and with large companies like McDonalds, Walmart and Target announcing pay increases, unit labor costs are likely to increase further. All told, there is a good chance earnings will actually shrink this year. We think the market is too high if earnings have, in fact, peaked for the cycle, and we have reduced our net exposure by adding more shorts."

- David Einhorn

 
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Bullard Hints The Fed May Hike Rates Only To Cut Them Right After





BULLARD: CUT RATES IF ECONOMY SUFFERS SHOCK AFTER FED LIFTOFF

 
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Einhorn Slams Bernanke's Blog, Says Fed Policy Is A "Destructive Force That Shouldn't Exist Outside Of Fiction"





"We have passed the point where Jelly Donut policy is merely slowing the recovery. Distortions are now adding risk to the banking and insurance markets and leading to poor incentives for the largest players in the financial system. Monetary policy and regulations have combined like a failed chemistry experiment to create a potentially destructive force that should not exist outside of fiction."

- David Einhorn

 
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