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Crude Crashes But Stocks Shrug Off Worst Weekly Plunge In Economic Data Since 2011

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Apr 21, 2017 5:01 PM Seriously!! Stocks soared on the week… (2nd biggest short-squeze in 4 months) Trannies (orange) best week in 4 months Small Caps (red) best week in 4 months Nasdaq (black) best week in 2 months S&P (green) best week in 2 months Dow (blue) best week in 7 […]

As Stocks Sink, This Is What RBC Is Looking For

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Apr 11, 2017 1:35 PM Despite the panicky “reverse engines!” dynamic last Friday in the US rates market – with popular “reflation” trade expressions (which had been seeing vicious unwinds) suddenly breathing new life as Fed’s Dudley clarified his “misconstrued” comments on “little pause” with short-term rates hiking –  RBC’s head of […]

How Active Managers Can Profit From The ETFs’ Takeover Of The Market

Submitted by Nick Colas of Convergex ETFs And The Pricing Of Disruptive Innovation Consider the following fact: US listed ETFs own 2.8% of electric carmaker Tesla’s common stock, but 5.1% of GM’s equity and 5.2% of Ford’s shares.  Why the discrepancy?  One simple reason is that Tesla is not in the S&P 500 but both […]

“Think 1999”: Morgan Stanley Sees Huge 30% Surge In Stocks “Investors Cannot Afford To Miss”

With Morgan Stanley’s Adam Parker having left the investment bank to continue his career at Eminence Capital, it was up to his replacement, Michael Wilson to come up with the Initiation of coverage report for the “Classic Late Cycle.” So, in keeping a stiff upper lip, and breaking away from the gloom that appears to […]

Stocks Tumble: Fed Spooks Traders With Bubble Warning

Was today the Yellen Fed’s Irrational Exuberance moment? It started off so well: the blistering ADP payrolls report, the highest in over two years (despite disappointing PMI and ISM reports), sent stocks soaring off the bat with the Dow jumping nearly 200 points higher, rising as high as 20,887, and the S&P knocking on the […]

In Ominous Sign For Banks, Equity Trading Revenues Continue To Drop

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Mar 30, 2017 1:19 PM It’s not just the HFT industry that has cannibalized itself so much, while spooking regular traders out of the markets, there is hardly any revenue growth left (as the WSJ showed last week). After suffering a substantial drop in bank equity trading revenues over the past several […]

In Ominous Sign For Banks, Equity Trading Revenues Continue To Drop

It’s not just the HFT industry that has cannibalized itself so much, while spooking regular traders out of the markets, there is hardly any revenue growth left (as the WSJ showed last week). After suffering a substantial drop in bank equity trading revenues over the past several years, there was hope that finally this key […]

JPM: “Until Market Abandons Hope For A Tax Deal, There Will Be No Significant Weakness”

Monday’s session started off poorly, with one of the biggest pre-opening selloffs of 2017 on fears surrounding the implementation of Trump’s fiscal agenda. Since then, however, the Friday gap has been almost filled as a new batch of “buy the dippers” came out and did what they have done so well over the past 8 […]

Having Missed Friday’s Move, Gartman Is Looking To “Reestablish Net Short Positions”

On Friday morning, ahead of Congressional and market rollercoaster resulting from the Republicans’ failure to repeal Obamacare, we reported that Dennis Gartman had “moved to the sidelines” and covered his recent short: Regarding positioning… and please do remember that the only money we manage is our own retirement fund and although it is only a […]

SocGen Reveals The Best Trading Strategy Of The Year

Despite the recent modest drop in stocks, the S&P remains just shy of all time highs, and near valuations which according to Goldman are at nosebleed levels and which market participants recently admitted are the most overvalued since 2000. Furthermore, with the market seemingly finding itself painfully rangebound in a world where until recently volatility […]