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  2.  http://bigcharts.mar...com/default.asp
  3. All Ords 5-day chart http://bigcharts.mar...com/default.asp All Ords actually managed to put in a halfway decent gain, +0.6% thanks to Consumer Discretionary +3.9% and Utilities/Financials +1.5%. Gold -2.4% remained the big loser. Over in Asia, China +1.1%, Hong Kong +0.4%, Japan +0.2%, India currently +0.5%. Mixed start in UK/Europe: FTSE -0.5%, DAX +0.4%, CAC +0.2%.        http://bigcharts.mar...com/default.asp
  4. http://www.engrish.com/2017/01/our-body-wants-to-sit-on-the-beach/ Found in Koh PhiPhi, Thailand.
  5. http://money.cnn.com...s/morning_call/ 24 hr Gold   http://www.kitco.com  http://www.kitconet....ase_metals.html http://www.kitconet.com/indexes.html
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  7. Early openers finding it a bit hard to crank up: Kiwis +0.7%, Aussies +0.3%, Japan -0.2%, Sth Korea -0.3%. In Aussie sectors, Consumer Discretionary +3.8% taking a turn in the lead with Gold -2.4% down the most. All Ords http://www.abc.net.au/news/business/
  8. Yesterday
  9. I see on the wire Kellogg is stockpiling inventory before Brexit. As if what they are going to need over there is bran flakes. I'm thinking, see below. Do you concur Dr. Stool?
  10. This rally should give us some big economy numbers for the next few months. If so it will give us some fun examples of Fed head sniveling. If I read 'economic uncertainty" one more time............. When isn't there economic uncertainty?
  11. Net net , MBS -> Notes isn't new printing but still....
  12. I don't see a material difference or impact there. It was always assumed that they'd go to zero MBS. In my view, the issue is whether they go back to printing or not. A flat balance sheet would still be a grinding disaster considering the onslaught of average $100 billion per month in new Treasury supply. Here we have a rally based on hopium and driven by a massive increase in leverage, not permanent (or semi-permanent) central bank money.
  13. They are going to take MBS paydowns and put them into long dated Treasuries. Well of course they are not going to do bills but I figured I would add that just to be clear. It occurred to me yesterday I've forgotten that MBS runoffs are runnning off the balance sheet too. Right? Anyway there is QEI. Right there. It's official. $1.5TN or so more Treasuries on the balance sheet. It will take some time, but still.
  14. I'm ranting on Twitter. https://twitter.com/Lee_Adler
  15. FOMC minutes telling about the decision to announce the end of QT. Why that caused the little kerflufflel who knows. Every word I've seen shows them to be snivling weaklings. What's not to like?
  16. Admittedly that every stock market in the world has been rallying while Treasury coupons have held at least steady despite the relentless onslaught of supply is tough to swallow. The correlation is breaking down. It could roar back. The sheer amounts of trillions of liquid 'money' flying around the globe every minute, so much of it held by so few whose interests are all aligned perfectly can now essentially control the cycles one might say. I dunno.
  17. Well we still need to break through the old high.
  18. No ifs, ands or buts. This is the ball game. The whole enchilada. The whole ball of wax All the marbles Do or die Make or break.
  19. We absolutely need to take it to the bank here or we're dead. Must break below 2780.
  20. There has never been anything like Apple. $285bn sitting around doing nothing and they won't cut prices to keep volume. Well I suppose why bother but that's the point. Apple is the null point of capitalism and Steve Jobs is dead.
  21. IS APPLE THE NEW NOKIA Given that unit sales of iphones are falling. Apple has a lot in common with Nokia. Which is down 80% since its peak in 2007. Yes Apple has more in common with Nokia than the market currently thinks.
  22.  http://bigcharts.mar...com/default.asp
  23. All Ords 5-day chart http://bigcharts.mar...com/default.asp All Ords declined after a bold start, finishing -0.1%. Gold retained the lead, +2.5% followed by Mining +2.3% with Consumer Staples down the most, -2.5%. Lotsa green in Asia: China +1.5%, Hong Kong +1%, Japan +0.6%, India currently +0.4%. Just open in UK/Europe and it's up so far: FTSE +0.4%, DAX +0.7%, CAC +0.3%.        http://bigcharts.mar...com/default.asp
  24. http://www.engrish.com/2017/01/mind-your-demise/ Found in Xiamen, China.
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