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World Stock Markets Trading Discussion - Obliterated optimism

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You are forgetting the supply side of the equation.  Why did the Fed print in the first place, to absorb the supply. Supply is now mushrooming at a rate similar to the TARP. explosion that crashed the market in Sept-Oct. 2008.   https://suremoneyinvestor.com/2018/01/the-fed-just-stabbed-its-silent-partners-in-the-back-and-youre-next/

 

Agree Lee and this is most likely the key....however is there built-up reserves anywhere Fed or private or that is stepping in at moments like this?

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Agree Lee and this is most likely the key....however is there built-up reserves anywhere Fed or private or that is stepping in at moments like this?

 

No, but there's plenty of short covering. 

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+1800 from the dow futures daily low and at the HOD, with Europe and Japan too

 

nothing to see here.........

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Yeah.....went UVXY @18.55

 

Sold @20.55 after hours +2.....Talk about volatile........From 33 to 14 to 28 to 14.50 to 21 to ..............

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Sold @20.55 after hours +2.....Talk about volatile........From 33 to 14 to 28 to 14.50 to 21 to ..............

 

Oh yeah order back to buy @18.11 after hours watch these clowns fill it......

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