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Looking like a quiet one for the early openers: Kiwis -0.3%, Aussies flat, Japan +0.1%, Sth Korea -0.5%.

Slightly more action in Aussie sectors today with Energy +0.9%, Telecomms/Miners +0.8% down to Utilities -1.1%.
 

 

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Not a hugely exciting day but All Ords finished +0.2%.  Sectors ranged from REITS +2.1% and Energy +1.3% down to Utilities -1.1%.

Asia took on a reddish hue: China -1.3%, Hong Kong -0.6%, Japan -0.3% and India currently -0.5%.

 

 

On to UK/Europe:

 

 

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Investing.com adds a tab for Crypto....right next to Forex

 

What is money/wealth in the Brave New World?

 

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>: when does Bit Coin become a member of the Dow 30.....?

 

and all indexes/ETFs/etc........

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5 day cycle projection 2675

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Cryptonite is deadly. 

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Keep in mind that the Z1 is ancient history. I have been way ahead of the curve in calling these inflows from Europe. It has been obvious from my reviews of European banking.  

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Keep in mind that the Z1 is ancient history. I have been way ahead of the curve in calling these inflows from Europe. It has been obvious from my reviews of European banking.  

Obvious yes but quantified is always good.  It's nice to see the numbers.  From CBB

 

With global Bubble Dynamics a dominant characteristic of this cycle, it’s appropriate to place Rest of World (ROW) data near the top of Flow of Funds analysis. ROW holdings of U.S. Financial Assets jumped $724 billion (nominal) during the quarter to a record $26.347 TN. This puts growth over the most recent three quarters at a staggering $2.124 TN (16% annualized). What part of these flows has been associated with ongoing rapid expansion of global central bank Credit? It’s worth recalling that ROW holdings ended 2007 at $14.705 TN and 1999 at $5.639 TN. As a percentage of GDP, ROW holdings of U.S. Financial Assets ended 1999 at 57%, 2007 at 100%, and Q3 2017 at a record 135%.

 

http://creditbubblebulletin.blogspot.com/2017/12/weekly-commentary-q3-2017-flow-of-funds.html

 

I tend to think of some of those billions as old Nazi money, but that's just me.

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Hey Lee. When you have some time to kill you might like this. If a Jewish boy from Philly can get a Pollack from Chicago, the great great columnist Mike Royko.  It might strike a chord, or not.

 

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