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Legendary Short Seller Warns “Gold Could Very Easily Get Crazy” And Lots Of People Will Be Hurt When Stocks Plunge / June 26, 2017 With so much propaganda surrounding the Fed’s decision to raise interest rates last week, a legendary short seller just warned “gold could very easily get crazy” and lots of people will be hurt when stocks plunge. By Bill Fleckenstein President Of Fleckenstein Capital June 26 (King World News) – Today (and last night) saw […]

Central Banks Buying Stocks Have Rigged US Stock Market Beyond Recovery / By David Haggith / 26 June 2017 Central banks buying stocks are effectively nationalizing US corporations just to maintain the illusion that their “recovery” plan is working because they have become the banks that are too big to fail. At first, their novel entry into the stock market was only intended to rescue imperiled corporations, such […]

Stocks and Precious Metals Charts – Fat Fingers / 26 JUNE 2017 The ‘fat finger’ of fairly raw and obvious market manipulation hit gold in the early hours. No one dumps that many contracts against a much thinner bid side without intent. We have exposed that here many times before. There are those who are greatly exercised by the consequences of a system […]

“Markets Have A Mind Of Their Own” But One Trader Warns “Nothing Lasts Forever” / by Tyler Durden / Jun 26, 2017  10:54 AM Despite new record highs in stocks, Bloomberg’s former FX trader Richard Breslow fears other markets (the dollar’s downfall, collapsing rates/curves, crashing commodities) have become too “fatalistic” amid the summer doldrums. Let’s start with some of the things we know with certainty. Yield curves will keep on flattening. […]

Short Summary Weekly MOF Portfolio Flows / by Marc Chandler / June 23, 2017 Japan’s Ministry of Finance reports portfolio flows on a week weekly basis.  It provide more timely, even if less detailed information than contained in the monthly balance of payments data. In the first few months of the year, Japanese investors were net sellers of foreign stocks and bonds. However, […]

One Trader Is Stunned By The “Staggering” Confusion In The Market / by Tyler Durden / Jun 22, 2017 3:10 PM Wherever one looks there are disconnects… between bonds and stocks, between risk and uncertainty, between hope and reality. But, as former fund manager Richard Breslow notes, most critically, there is a divergence between data and Fed actions, and this time is different as central banks appear […]

Commodities Hammered; Stocks Rise / Dr. Fly / Jun 19, 2017 Markets had a superb day, rising nearly 90 NASDAQS, in spite of abject weakness in the commodity sector. I suppose the so called ‘reflation’ trade is on hold, as everything else melts higher? Gold and silver were down 0.8% and 1.22%, respectively. WTI was lower by 1.3% to $44.38. Copper, being […]

FANG Falters As Best-Performing Tech Fund Manager Warns “When Things Are This Elevated, It’s Best To Be Cautious” / by Tyler Durden / Jun 19, 2017  12:29 PM Joshua K. Spencer has managed his T. Rowe Price Global Technology Fund to become the best-performing mutual fund in the past five years with big bets on Amazon and Tesla is now selling some big winners… and it’s sending FANTASY stocks lower… FANG stocks are rolling over… […]

Buy the FAANGS Baby! Slow Torture? / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / June 12, 2017 Here an amusing MarketWatch Opinion: Now that FAANG stocks are crashing, which are undervalued? That title, by Thomas H. Kee Jr., a former Morgan Stanley broker and founder of Stock Traders Daily, says quite a bit about market sentiment. Let’s Investigate. Central bank capital infusions dating back […]

Tech-Wreck Continues – FANG Stocks Tumble Below Friday Flash-Crash Lows

It's not over… Felix Zulauf (via Barron's round table) Do you have any specific investment picks for the second half?   I don’t. Investors should tighten risk-management strategies to their portfolios. I expect the FANG stocks and the Nasdaq to have a big selloff. They could easily fall 30% or 40%. But I don’t want […]