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Eurozone Moves in Wrong Direction, while the British Go Shopping and Japanese Exports Jump

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / November 20, 2014

There is plenty of data out today and it is generally reinforcing our three many thematic points: divergence, weak commodities, especially energy, and the slowing of the Chinese economy. This is helping the US dollar and global bonds, but weighing on equities. HSBC’s flash manufacturing […]

US Equity-Credit Divergence: A Warning

zerohedge.com / by RCube Global Asset Management / 11/18/2014 08:20 -0500

“One thorn of experience is worth a whole wilderness of warning.” – James Russell Lowell, American poet.

Please find below a great guest post from our good friends at Rcube Global Asset Management. In this post our friends go through the growing divergence in […]

Could Gold Equities Bottom At 2008 Credit Crisis Lows?

gold-eagle.com / Jeb Handwerger / November 6, 2014

The commodity equities are selling off as The Fed halts QE3. However, we are reaching oversold levels and support areas where short covering could soon begin. Commodities, metals and the junior miners are hitting multi year lows and falling below 2008 credit crisis levels. This crash is […]

Safe Haven Bids Limiting Gold’s Losses

traderdannorcini.blogspot.com / Dan Norcini / Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Gold is down slightly as I type these midday comments but trading in the upper part of its daily range at this point. With the equities lower this morning, bonds are getting a bid once more as the safe haven trades are in evidence. We know […]

Lack Of Daily Central Bank Intervention Fails To Push Futures Solidly Higher, Yen Implosion Continues

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 11/03/2014 07:47 -0400

While it is unclear whether it is due to the rare event that no central bank stepped in overnight with a massive liquidity injection or because the USDJPY tracking algo hasn’t been activated (moments ago Abe’s deathwish for the Japanese economy made some more progress with […]

Short Bets on Japanese Stocks Surge

acting-man.com / Pater Tenebrarum / October 29, 2014

Well-Trained Japanese Investors are Shorting the Nikkei

We have been a bit surprised to learn that short bets on Japanese stocks have recently surged significantly. Evidently, Japanese investors are well-trained by now: they don’t expect rallies in Japan’s stock market to hold or continue. However, Japanese […]

Rick Rule – Savvy Investors Will Experience “Staggering” Gains

kingworldnews.com / October 29, 2014

Today one of the wealthiest people in the financial world told King World News that savvy people who invest correctly at this moment in time will be in a position to enjoy “staggering” gains in the future. Rick Rule, who is business partners with Eric Sprott, also discussed why the […]

On Traders’ Minds This Morning

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 10/28/2014 07:35 -0400

A summary of the key things on traders’ minds this morning, as reported by Peter Garnry, head of equity strategy at Saxo Bank

Record short selling in Japanese equities… with around 35% of daily trading volume being shorted. Normally the most shorted single stocks outperform the […]

Sentiment Healing, but Remains Spooked

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / October 23, 2014

Last week’s drama was not the beginning of something as the pessimists and cynics would have it. Our inclination that it was the end of something–that the pendulum had swung unreasonably far unreasonably quickly has is panning out Equities have trended higher. The S&P 500 […]

Pain Trade, Treasury Bears, Margin Calls

globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / Thursday, October 16, 2014 12:38 AM

I have been warning US treasury bears for quite some time, but I now wonder if we have seen a bit of short-term capitulation.

Before discussing further, let’s first look at a Mish Mailbag.

Reader Rob writes …

Hi Mish

I was thinking […]

Dollar Heavier to Start Week

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / October 13, 2014

he US dollar is trading heavier against most of the major and emerging market currencies. The euro and sterling remain within the ranges seen before the weekend while dollar slipped to JPY107 in a Tokyo-less Asian session. Unanticipated strong Chinese imports helped underpin the Australian […]

More than the ECB

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / October 2, 2014

The ECB meeting and details about the asset purchase plan is the key event of the day. However, there is something else happening. A string of disappointing US data and the sell-off in equities have sparked a bond market rally that again has caught many […]

Great Graphic: Developed and Emerging Market Equities

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / Sept 30, 2014

This Great Graphic, created on Bloomberg, shows the performance of the MSCI World Index (white line), which, despite its name, does not include emerging markets. It also shows the MSCI Emerging Market Index (yellow line).

In Q1, emerging market equities underperformed. They caught up in late […]

Was This The Selloff Catalyst: $10+ Billion BlueCrest Capital Unwinding Positions, Fires PMs

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 09/26/2014 08:16 -0400

Yesterday’s plunge in stocks (and credit markets) was pinned on several catalysts from Russia to Fed speak, but the ‘liquidations’ explanation appeared to make most sense and now we have a candidate for the culprit. As The Wall Street Journal reports, $10.6 billion BlueCrest […]

GLD gold holdings hit new Yearly Low

traderdannorcini.blogspot.com / Dan Norcini / Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Western-based gold investment demand continues to plummet as gold is being sold in order to buy equities. It is a continuation of the theme that has been in place for the majority of 2014. The surging stock market, coupled with a strong Dollar, is undercutting interest […]

Hugh Hendry Is Not Having A Good Year

zerohedge.com / Via Eclectica’s Hugh Hendry on 09/24/2014 19:23

Having infamously “thrown in the bearish towel” late last year (must read), Hugh Hendry’s Eclectica fund has not enjoyed the kind of money-printing melt-up euphoria he had hoped for in 2014. According to his August letter to investors, the fund is -10.9% year-to-date, shrinking the […]

Dollar, Futures Resume Ramp On Both Hawkish And Dovish Yellen Announcement

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 09/18/2014 07:25 -0400

Yesterday’s market reaction to Yellen’s commentary was curious: there was none, because when all was said and done the S&P and DJIA traded precisely where they were just before the show began.

Which, of course, was unacceptable, because one way or another the […]

Seth Klarman: “We Are Recreating The Markets Of 2007″

zerohedge.com / Seth Klarman / 09/17/2014 22:58 -0400

We don’t know now (nor do we ever know) what the overall market will do. As we’ve discussed in recent letters, there are reasons for investors to be frightened but also numerous individual opportunities worth seizing. Today’s limited opportunity set means that we are […]

China Stocks Tumble Most In Six Months; US Futures Lower As Key Risk Events Loom

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 09/16/2014 07:10 -0400

If over the weekend we got some terrible economic news out of China, then overnight it was turn for a major disappointment in capital flows, when Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in August crashed by 14%, far below the 0.8% increase expected, attracting just […]

DEFLATION and yet another reason to Buy Equities

armstrongeconomics.com / By Martin Armstrong / August 22, 2014

With the Sovereign Debt Crisis, Bail-Ins, Cycle of War, Global Contraction if Capital Flows & Investment, welcome the age of DEFLATION and yet another reason to BUY equities. The NASDAQ Composite is up 50.9% from the 2007 high as of the close of July. This […]