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  1. #21

    Default Stock Market ready to take a whoopin'?

    Quote Originally Posted by Atlas Shrugged View Post
    Nope. Uncle Ben and the PPT rides again. This will work, up until it doesn't. My strategy is to eliminate my mortgage (almost done), stack cash and stack PMs.

    Right now just stacking cash. The market is not a market; it is run by trading algos and computers; therefore I do am not in that particular casino.

    Just wondering when it will break, thats all.
    OK ... just checking.

    I happen to be a stock market bull right now, so I'm betting the other way. We'll see how this all shakes out. Feel free to rub it in if you get it right and I have it wrong. I can take it. Really...

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    Gotta love how ego tricks the player into thinking he has any semblance of control over the game.

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    No, there is still a ways to go as all the dealt cards haven't yet been played. There is still the $ trillions in pension plans and 401Ks to be to be converted by the government and replaced by treasury bonds. It's just a matter of time until Social Security becomes privatized and those $ trillions become casino tokens on Wall Street.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BodieGhost View Post
    OK ... just checking.

    I happen to be a stock market bull right now, so I'm betting the other way. We'll see how this all shakes out. Feel free to rub it in if you get it right and I have it wrong. I can take it. Really...
    Nothing wrong with riding a bubble it worked so well for some people with the last bubble. You do have the guarantee Bernanke will print and that is good for wall street. If we make it till June perhaps the Fed meeting will increase their bond purchases from 85 billion a month will be better for stocks as 85B never hits the streets misallocation of wealth. Every time the FEDs do something it ends badly and when SM turns will be rather quickly. So be careful. But who knows how high it will go with so much money printing is difficult to navigate. The Nikkei could go ballistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nofixedaddress View Post
    Others are asking the same question:

    Is It Beginning? Biggest JGB Price Collapse In Over 10 Years Triggers TSE Circuit Breakers

    Just over 4 hours ago we discussed the stunning collapse in 10Y Japanese bond yields. Since then - things have taken a very dramatic turn for the worse for bonds. 10Y JGB yields have exploded higher. The move from 32bps to 65bps triggered circuit breakers on the Tokyo Stock Exchange in JGB Futures trading as JGB prices plunged by their largest amount since September 2002. We can only imagine there is liquidations galore occurring given the massive outsize moves we are seeing in Japanese bonds, stocks, FX, swaps, and CDS. Did the BoJ just lose control?


    Right now global futures are a sea of red.

    Looks like Kyle Bass is going to have a pleasant day, not so much for Japanese savers.
    they knew Bruce was buying Japbonds with both hands thougt they should give him the full load...

    Golditiki +++
    if 1 oz of gold is heavier THAN 1 oz of silver, THEN you have a problem

  6. #26

    Default Riding a bubble? Maybe ...

    Quote Originally Posted by dukadan View Post
    Nothing wrong with riding a bubble it worked so well for some people with the last bubble. You do have the guarantee Bernanke will print and that is good for wall street. If we make it till June perhaps the Fed meeting will increase their bond purchases from 85 billion a month will be better for stocks as 85B never hits the streets misallocation of wealth. Every time the FEDs do something it ends badly and when SM turns will be rather quickly. So be careful. But who knows how high it will go with so much money printing is difficult to navigate. The Nikkei could go ballistic.
    Just wondering, by what measure are you using to determine the stock market is a bubble right now?

  7. #27

    Default I guess this WASN'T it ...

    DOW closes at another record high, up 12% for the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BodieGhost View Post
    Just wondering, by what measure are you using to determine the stock market is a bubble right now?
    Printopia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BodieGhost View Post
    DOW closes at another record high, up 12% for the year.
    A nominal record high but not an inflation adjusted high. I think inflation adjusted you still need well over 15K.
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  10. #30

    Default Let's not celebrate yet ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Dog View Post
    A nominal record high but not an inflation adjusted high. I think inflation adjusted you still need well over 15K.
    Knowing that, I guess there's more room to go even higher from here. I'm thinking we will.

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