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  1. AussieJS says:

    volitility ,even of smaller range and is topping

    great simple fast up/down intraday trades on world futures indexes

    via the bears/down with the bulls

    sell high/buy low intra day

  2. jims says:

    yea man, went to the bathroom and what a nice run up..went to mailbox…and what a nice run down..darn it..

  3. whidbey says:

    Bonds are confused. Euro investors want UST bonds, but maybe not a good hedge against NIRate bonds in EU. Keep eye on melt up in stocks.

  4. whidbey says:

    For much of the post-financial-crisis era, U.S. Federal Reserve officials have held to a belief that they could get back to their old way of doing things. Growth would resume at a modest pace, annual inflation would climb to 2% and interest rates would gradually rise from near zero to a normal level near 4% or higher. As they prepare to gather at their annual retreat in Jackson Hole, Wyo., officials are grimly coming to a view that it isn’t going to happen that way. WSJ 8/23

    • whidbey says:

      Jim Grant told Swiss business paper Finanz und Wirtschaft in a Q&A published on Monday that he’s scooping up shares of gold GCZ6, -0.79% and gold miners GDX, -0.93% because he fears that the world will lose faith in central banks, or as he terms it “monetary management.”

  5. whidbey says:

    Tomorrow is the day for money talk at Yellowstone, but less than 15% chance of a change in rates. Short and making money. I think things are changing, looking at GLD.

  6. whidbey says:

    The Commerce Department in July released revised corporate-profits figures for the past few years, incorporating new data from tax records and other sources. The revised figures show after-tax unadjusted profits rose 2.5% in 2014 before falling 8.5% in 2015. WSJ. Dr Yellen will speak soon.

  7. AussieJS says:

    i will not watch someone with no cloths on sprout non sense

    instead i will daytrade what ever comes

  8. JIMS says:

    Sandy Jadeja predicts a sharp movement in the equities…
    1. Between August 26 and August 30, 2016.

    2. September 26, 2016.

    3. October 20, 2016.