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Watch the bills. So far, they're raising $10 billion new next week.  

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The only thing that really matters is what Davos Man desires.

And Davos Man desires to finally emerge from his chrysalis as the the global super-class, the final stage of financial evolution.

Remember the Alamo!

 

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There's something happening here. 

What it is ain't exactly clear. 

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There is a certain symmetry in the silliness to the downside the day before the Christmas holiday and the spike on Friday the day before the MLK holiday. 

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6 minutes ago, JonLaw said:

The only thing that really matters is what Davos Man desires.

And Davos Man desires to finally emerge from his chrysalis as the the global super-class, the final stage of financial evolution.

Remember the Alamo!

 

That means? We go up?

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So far only a sucessfull test from above of the hourly EMA200 in S&P500 and Dow CFD‘s (thats those vehicles trading 24/5, comparable to ES and Dow mini)

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16 minutes ago, DrStool said:

Watch the bills. So far, they're raising $10 billion new next week.  

What does that exactly mean, Doc? TIA.

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4 minutes ago, fxfox said:

That means? We go up?

Well, it would mean something if Davos Man was actually "in charge" of anything at this point.

I'm thinking that no one is actually driving the Global Financial Hypereconomy bus.

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2 minutes ago, fxfox said:

What does that exactly mean, Doc? TIA.

It means that isn't very much. It's something but not a lot. 

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1 hour ago, Jorma said:

The Treasury calendar is looking a little crowded come the end of the month.  Wonder if they know something we don't?

https://www.treasurydirect.gov/instit/instit.htm?upcoming

Well I guess that's normal, it's the amounts that will count.

So if there would be huge amounts, that means that there is huge Treasury supply which has to get sucked up by markets and therefore not enough cash would be there to buy stocks and because of that stocks go down, right?

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