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Early openers making timid moves: Kiwis and Aussies flat, Japan +0.1% and Sth Korea -0.3%.

A quiet one on the Aussie market (holiday Mon):  Utilities/Energy/Consumer Staples/Consumer Discretionary all +0.3% down to Gold -1%.

 

 

All Ords

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All Ords tried to close in the green but only managed -0.2%.  Sectors ranged from Consumer Discretionary +0.4% down to Gold -1.4%.

Over in Asia, China -1.4%, Hong Kong -1.8%, Japan -0.6%, India currently -0.1%.

 

 

UK/Europe struggling: FTSE -0.8%, DAX -1.3%, CAC -0.4%.

 

 

 

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I really don't see how anyone can be bearish, charts and liquidity are bullish

 

in 2014, that was supposed to be the top as qe ended

 

now, it's supposed to be the top because the fed is shrinking the balance sheet

 

since when does the fed advertise a market downturn?  NEVER

 

in 2008, the markets crashed because of fed reverse repo's.  did they advertise that?  NO.  most don't

even know what that is.

 

the fed knows they can shrink the balance sheet because liquidity is available to absorb it and still plenty to push markets to uncharted heights

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in 2008, the markets crashed because of fed reverse repo's.  did they advertise that?  NO.  most don't

even know what that is.

 

The statement is not correct.

 

The Fed did not do reverse repo in 2008.

 

The market did not crash because of RRP.

 

And most here do know what it is.   

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Yes. I do stop by and read the posts. Most are constructive. Some aren't. We're ok with that as long as the opinions are well supported.  

 

We're wedging out here again. You can see the parameters to watch. 2780 and 2772. Anything between is meaningless. 

 

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End of Week = High of Week

 

the spirit of 2776

 

Flo-Bot----->  Gigglin' Smilin' and Profilin'

 

I on the other hand, looking for a cold beer down here in TX

 

Cold Foam under a Dome

 

>: I am taking a hard look at gold over the weekend too, after(if) the beer wears off :lol:

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Trying for liftoff here going into the close. Failure would be interesting.   

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