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Category Archives: Efficient Markets Hypothesis

China’s Plunge Protection Team Holds $150 Billion In Stock, Claims “State Meddling” Stabilizes Markets

It was two years ago, in June of 2015, when just as the Shanghai Composite was flirting with 5,000 and when literally the local banana stand guy was trading stocks, that the Chinese stock bubble burst, unleashing an unprecedented selling spree, a 40% drop in just two months, and Beijing’s nationalization of the stock market, […]

ZeroHedge: Why PIMCO Thinks “The Bursting Bubble” Is Not The Biggest Risk

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Authored by PIMCO's Paul McCulley, When I entered the Fed-watching business over three decades ago, a clichéd phrase of advice from graybeards was: “Watch what they do, not what they say.” Thinking back, there was not actually much Fed rhetoric […]

ZeroHedge: On The Wisdom Of Crowds (And Madness Of Mobs)

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Fear, like greed, makes people, and that would include investors, behave irrationally. Two major equity bear markets in the last 13 years have traumatized investors. The belief in Modern Portfolio Theory in general and the Efficient Markets Hypothesis (EMH) in […]

ZeroHedge: Head Of The Fed’s Trading Desk Speaks On Role Of Fed’s "Interactions With Financial Markets"

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. In what is the first formal speech of Simon “Harry” Potter since taking over the magic ALL-LIFTvander wand from one Brian Sack, and who is best known for launching the Levitatus spell just when the market is about to plunge […]

ZeroHedge: "The Boredom Discount": Why Greater Risk Does Not Lead To Greater Return

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. In his latest piece, Dylan Grice comes very close to explaining some of the more irrational, manic, aspects of modern capital markets. Appropriately coming after the recent mania with the $640 million Mega Millions Jackpot (which as we described is […]