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Sparky start for the early openers: Kiwis +0.1%, Aussies +0.6%, Nikkei +0.6% and Sth Korea +0.2%.

In Aussie sectors, Energy +2.1% down to Gold -0.7%.
 

 

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All Ords looped lazily sideways to finish +0.6%.  Gold +2.5% was top sector followed by Miners/Materials +1.3% and REITS +1.2%.

Over in Asia, China +0.8%, massive day in Hong Kong, +3.8%, India +0.7% and Nikkei +0.8%.
 

 

On to UK/Europe:

 

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@Jetlag

 

What's happening with margin debt?

Last I looked at it, it looked like we had reached a permanently high plateau.

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Is "Opening Bell" Latin for buy higher at any and all cost?

 

or is it the "Courage To Act"

 

(A new book/memoirs, by a criminal at large)

 

>: Then again, today is Fed's minutes day followed buy Resubstantiation Day

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over at twitter:

 

RudyHavenstein
BREAKING: Pope Francis declares Ben Bernanke "Patron Saint of Failed Bankers and Plutocrats"
08.04.15 16:20

 

 

:lol:  :lol:  :lol:

 

I love that guy, freaking hilarious! A class act!

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@Jetlag

 

What's happening with margin debt?

Last I looked at it, it looked like we had reached a permanently high plateau.

No signal yet. It looked like it was rolling over but feb data invalidated that.

Ideally it would make a sharp peak to signal a high in place as b4. But your mileage may vary...

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Here's the GMO data that I look at to figure out where we are in rubber-band land.

 

Now, you have to register to get it, but it's free.

 

U.S. Large cap stocks are priced to return -2.4% real if you assume certain things, like economic growth not being permanently depressed.

 

I'll pull up the "depressed growth" information later when I have time to look it up.

 

Here's some nice Duke person who looked at GMO data several years agol

 

http://public.econ.duke.edu/Papers//PDF/GMO_Predictions1.pdf

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Back to Back days

 

-Opening Bell Lift higher

-Down to even

-And then Another push higher

 

The ol' saw Tooth action

 

>: although for NDX and IWN, maybe it is just buy at will

 

as there is no such thing as risk because of the Great Messiahs

 

known in the media (and Pope Francis) as central bankers

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Ah the Ol' FED minutes..........

including/followed by......"Sweet Feelin" ?

 

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>: the quick jam job again for another sharp V formation on the chart

why wait for resubstantiation day

 

when it is all minute by minute and crime pays Big Time

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