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Isn't this to be expected, raise margins at the bottom, lower them at the top?

 

Opposite. They raise margins when they want to kill an advance, lower them when they want to goose. Remember silver? They needed to bring it back to earth. Margins act like central bank reserve requirements. Lower margin= more leverage, easier money.

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Opposite. They raise margins when they want to kill an advance, lower them when they want to goose. Remember silver? They needed to bring it back to earth. Margins act like central bank reserve requirements. Lower margin= more leverage, easier money.

 

I suppose it is reasonable to except that those doing God's work and their like minded friends will be pre-aware of these margin changes and accordingly pre-positioned in advance. While creating inveshtor expectations that would align with a margin change:

 

Goldman Sachs Says Stocks Returns To Beat Bonds

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I suppose it is reasonable to except that those doing God's work and their like minded friends will be pre-aware of these margin changes and accordingly pre-positioned in advance. While creating inveshtor expectations that would align with a margin change:

 

Goldman Sachs Says Stocks Returns To Beat Bonds

 

The CME definitely responds to the needs of the market makers. They're their bread and butter.

 

Prepare for final 6 week parabolic blowoff.

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Opposite. They raise margins when they want to kill an advance, lower them when they want to goose. Remember silver? They needed to bring it back to earth. Margins act like central bank reserve requirements. Lower margin= more leverage, easier money.

They raised them on 9/30/08. Link

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Low fat margarine only good fur a 3 to 5 day pop to a new margarinal high...then sell the beetch hard fur a couple or few days of plunging bully wake up call. Then dong again on some new Boyz tactic, yet to be announced.

 

Sounds about right. Parabola? No way. The connivers will have to work extra conniving for every new pernt of new highs. Mega shenanigans. Da Boyz should be up to the task, though.

 

Bi-directional traders get some play time in both directions...coming right up.

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Well the haters are now after me because I told the truth about the housing reports. Lots of people hate people who tell the truth. Bulls hate you when you're bearish and bears hate you when you're not. WTF ever happened with valuing honesty and integrity.

 

People who can't handle the truth need to get effed, and almost certainly will.

 

Meanwhile, I will stick to the facts and call it as I see it, without bias or allegiance to any preconceived notions, other than trying to get at the facts and figure out what's likely as best I can based on that.

 

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Over and out.

 

 

Report looks good. Sales holding and inventories steadily declining. Bottom forming or already here. Case closed.

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CUTTING MARGIN REQUIREMENTS

 

To use the horse racing analogy cutting margin requirements is like getting the whip out

 

The finish line musn't be very far away.

 

I smell correction

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From Lance Roberts, quoting the Financial Times:

 

"The US Mint's sales of American Eagle gold coins, seen as a good indicator ... fell in February and March to their lowest level since mid-2008, down about 70 per cent from last year. Open interest in gold futures on Comex in New York is close to a 2½-year low"

 

http://www.streettalklive.com/xfactor-newsletter.html

 

http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/9b019fe8-7438-11e1-9e4d-00144feab49a.html#axzz1puMU77Rm

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From Lance Roberts, quoting the Financial Times:

 

"The US Mint's sales of American Eagle gold coins, seen as a good indicator ... fell in February and March to their lowest level since mid-2008, down about 70 per cent from last year. Open interest in gold futures on Comex in New York is close to a 2½-year low"

 

http://www.streettalklive.com/xfactor-newsletter.html

 

http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/9b019fe8-7438-11e1-9e4d-00144feab49a.html#axzz1puMU77Rm

 

See gold as a leading indicator for oil. Down 12.5% on DTO accumulation starting mid-November, but holding. Has'nt been an easy trade.

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