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Category Archives: Circuit Breakers

The TRUTH about the new Bitcoin Futures CME contract

Elite E Services 12/10/2017 – As a Forex CTA for 12 years, we were happy to learn the CME will offer a Bitcoin futures contract, and called the CME to learn more.  Unlike most of these Bitcoin outfits, the CME has an office, a phone, which is answered, and we were routed to the correct person.  […]

Banks Issue Last Minute Warning About Risks Of Bitcoin Futures, Ask Regulator For Review

As we countdown to the launch of bitcoin futures trading on the CBOE (10 December) and CME (18 December), the big banks – via the Futures Industry Association – have suddenly got cold feet about the risks. We don't blame them, somebody's going to get hurt, the only question is who. The banks are worried […]

ZeroHedge: “It’s Scary, And I’ve Never Seen Anything Like It” – Where Markets Are The Morning After

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. For those of you who are just waking up, first of all, congratulations. Here is what you missed. European, Asian stocks and S&P futures plummet, as U.K. votes to leave European Union membership. FX carry trades everywhere go haywire, with […]

ZeroHedge: Consensus Forming: China Heading Back Into Financial Crisis

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Submitted by John Rubino via DollarCollapse.com, China’s historic post-2009 debt binge flew largely under the radar – fooling most observers into thinking the global economy was recovering rather than just re-leveraging. Now Beijing is back at it, borrowing over $1 […]

ZeroHedge: Japanese Government Bond Futures Are Flash-Crashing (Again)

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Remember that once-in-a-lifetime, "don't worry there's plenty of liquidity" flash-crash in japanese Government Bond futures on Tuesday night (Wednesday morning Japan time)… well it happened again… JGB Futures to be halted any minute…   And so the market chaos even […]

ZeroHedge: S&P Futures Jump As Rebound In Commodities Helps Defense Of Key Support Trendline

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. After yesterday’s last hour selloff sent the S&P to the very edge of the critical support trendline which, as shown yesterday, meant 1980 had to be defended at all costs…   … so far the support has held, and in […]

Sudden Plunge In Japanese Government Bonds Triggers Circuit Breaker, Halts Market For 30 Seconds

It was just yesterday when we observed the record collapse across the Japanese curve when first the 10Y JGB plunged to an all time low -0.10%, followed promptly by 30Y yields dropping 21bps – the biggest absolute drop in over 3 years and biggest percentage drop ever – to a record low 47bps following Japan’s […]

ZeroHedge: Will Italian Banks Spark Another Financial Crisis?

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Submitted by Jeffrey Moore via GlobalRiskInsights.com, In the 14th century, the Medici family of Florence began its rise to prominence, investing profits from a thriving textile trade to fund what would become the largest banking institution in Europe.  The success […]

ZeroHedge: Now It’s China’s Turn To Crash: Shanghai Plunges 6.4% Overnight

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. After a burst of volatility in the developed market over the past month, one odd outlier was China, where after a surge of gut-wrenching moves in both its currency and equity markets (recall that it was China’s troubles with marketwide […]

ZeroHedge: Why The Keynesian Market Wreckers Are Now Coming For Your Ben Franklins

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Submitted by David Stockman via Contra Corner blog, Larry Summers is a pretentious Keynesian fool, but I refer to him as the Great Thinker’s Vicar on Earth for a reason. To wit, every time the latest experiment in Keynesian intervention fails – as 84 months of […]