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  1. The dark side of the moon approaches. I'm right on the totality path. Will try to post Monday after. Unless my phone melts or flies away.😎
  2. Fed weasel Kash 'n Kari said 'Maybe no cuts at all'.
  3. Well, hopefully no bears actually got ready to rumble a month ago.
  4. That goose must be near to burnt by now. And remember, Fed follows the market so if Fed cuts Fed funds target, it's because the money market went there first. 90 day bill still 5.39%, big inversion to 10 year.
  5. 10 year rallies hard, JNK sells off, just a bit, but the background for credit is clearly deteriorating. From small things momma....
  6. "Jameson Coote". 😆 Sounds like a supporting character in Trading Places or Caddyshack-country club committee chair or similar such!
  7. My high school car was my dad's screaming yellow Pinto station wagon, aka 'The Yellow Beagle'! Luckily, never got hit in the ass end.
  8. My senior picture had me in that exact suit, except it was in light yellow. An open collar shirt-in lime green-and brown lace ups with wing tip and brougeing, done in both suede and leather with a inch heel completed the style statement.🤩
  9. I believe it was a couple times in mid-May, same general comment maybe different words. I think a deflationary crash is certainly possible, we've gotten debt levels to absolutely crazed levels with the frenzy of the last few years and in no way is there enough cash flow to continuously cover it, and that will get worse in a secular trend of rising rates. And the economy of the last few years would certainly seem to fit a crack up boom. I remember the 70's as a kid, didn't get started on money mangling until literally a month after the big 1982 low. That's probably the preferred outcome by the them, but at this scale it may be real hard to avoid deflation- and I think Central Banking overall is the biggest bubble still standing.
  10. Dr., about six months ago you made some written (in a publication piece not chat)comments a couple times like 'financial plates are having tectonic movements unlike any in 95 years' - paraphrasing of course but the remarks clearly indicated a 29-30's sort of ultimate outcome. I recall them because they were a statement not typically seen; they also probably a source of some jabs you got from the early summer rally just after. Is that still your expected type of outcome(or was that somehow a misreading)? Tanks.
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