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NYSE Has Identified, Fixed Source Of Market Platform Failure / by Tyler Durden / Mar 20, 2017 8:50 PM Update: the underlying cause of the disruption to the NYSE Arca Equities trading platform has been identified and remediated, NYSE said in statment on its website.  As reported earlier (see below), the platform experienced a system issue on March 20 resulting in a subset of symbols failing […]

NYSE Red Alert: Equities Trading Currently Unavailable

Shortly after the day-session closed, NYSE Arca reported a complete cessation of trading… Has anyone seen Vladimir Putin today? Source: NYSE

What’s Preventing the Dow From Exploding? / CLIF DROKE / 03/15/2017 The stock market has once again entered a period of consolidation as investors wait for the results of the most important legislative decision of the year. The fight to repeal and replace Obamacare has taken the spotlight as Congress debates the passage of legislation that would eliminate its most burdensome aspects for […]

Is Advance-Decline Line Divergence A Big Deal? (Spoiler Alert: Yes) / Via Dana Lyons’ Tumblr / Nov 29, 2016 8:21 AM Non-confirmations by the NYSE Advance-Decline Line of new market highs have often signaled major trouble for stocks – will it be the case this time? In some ways, the post-election “Trump Rally” has been among the most explosive stock market bursts of all time. Depending on the […]

“Lock Her Up”: NYSE Floor Traders Boo, Shout During Hillary Concession Speech

Traders on @NYSE floor booing Kaine/Clinton appearance, shouting "lock her up." — Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) November 9, 2016 / by Tyler Durden / Nov 9, 2016 4:45 PM If Hillary hopes to make the metamorphosis from public to private sector with some new function on Wall Street, she may encounter stiff resistance from the locals. During her […]

The Old Wall Street Trader Is Dead, Algo’s Now Rule the Day / OIL PRICE / 09/23/2016 The classic Wall Street trader is dead. For decades or even centuries, the professional investment markets were characterized by smart individuals buying and selling stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities based on intuition, savvy valuation skills, and luck. Those days are gone. Trading on Wall Street today increasingly involves computers, algorithmic models, and big […]

Is Market Breadth Beginning To Sour? / Via Dana Lyons’ Tumblr, on 04/05/2016 12:32 Despite positive action in the major averages, market breadth has very recently begun to lag. One of the hallmarks of the post-February stock market rally has been the superb breadth. That stood in stark contrast to the internal deterioration that had been in effect since about a year […]

Did the McClellan Oscillator Just Give a Major Bullish Signal? / TOM MCCLELLAN / 03/11/2016 On March 3, the McClellan A-D Oscillator hit a reading of +332, which was its highest reading since the +386 reading seen on Jan. 6, 2009. The cause of that high reading has been a big surge in positive breadth days for the NYSE ever since the Feb. 11, 2016 price low. […]

Contraction Of Credit… Central Bankers Greatest Fear! / by Bill Holter / February 26th, 2016 Dear CIGAs, Just a short comment on a VERY BIG problem! The below chart shows “margin” balance on the NYSE with an inverted chart of the S+P 500 laid over it. READ MORE The post Contraction Of Credit… Central Bankers Greatest Fear! appeared first on Silver For The People.

Fundamentals Uber Alle – Are You Prepared For The Next Leg Down? / Dave Kranzler / February 26, 2016 Certain aspects of this market have become relatively easy to predict. I told my partners yesterday that they would take silver below $15 once the U.S. paper market was the only market open market on Friday (today). Soon as the London p.m. fix was set, the NY paper market […]