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Weekend Reading: $7 Trillion To Manipulate Prices

Authoreed by Lance Roberts via, As the stock market continues to press new highs, the level of optimism climbs with it. I discussed yesterday Richard Thaler’s, a recent recipient of the Nobel Price in Economics, comments about not understanding the current “irrationality of investors relating to their investing behavior.” What is interesting is that […]

Weekend Reading: Anticipation

Submitted by Lance Roberts via, Over the past couple of weeks, the market has continued to remain overbought, extended and exuberant on “hopes” that Trump’s policies will be the ointment to cure the economy’s ills. As noted yesterday, exuberance has exploded in everything from consumer to investor to business optimism. The explosion of optimism […]

Loan Debt Trap Swallowing Up Consumers Making Bad Decisions: “Shame On Me. But Damn, Shame On Them”

This article was written by Tyler Durden and originally published at Zero Hedge. Editor’s Comment: Say what you will. The character in this story admitted his foolish mistakes. But there is a predatory system in place, and its operation goes to the very top. Stupid people and bad consumers are absolutely getting eaten alive, and […]

How ZH’s Discovery of JPM’s Top-Secret London Gold Vault Could End JPM’s Alleged Gold Manipulation / By The Doc and SD reader SiouxWestern / February 18, 2013 Yesterday we reported that ZeroHedge via excellent investigative journalism had discovered the top-secret location of JP Morgan’s London gold vault– namely 60 Victoria Embankment. Numerous SD readers have inquired as to the significance of the story, and why the discovery of the […]

Market Breaks Again As Stocks R Through Y Unavailable For Trading / By Tyler Durden / 02/13/2013 09:41 Someone must have sold at least one share of a stock between R and Y. Ergo: market breaks. Luckily, all is well with stocks A through Q (and Z of course) – zombified ponzi participants can just keep on buying those full bore. CNBC spin: “pent up […]

Primary Dealers Quietly Brace For Impact: Total Dealer Treasury Holdings At Record High

Full breakdown of Dealer UST holdings by maturity bucket (ex-TIPS) Submitted by Tyler Durden on 02/17/2012 14:15 -0500 While the rest of the world is conveniently distracted by events in Europe, where conventional wisdom dictates that even an all out default of Greece would be manageable, whatever that means, the smart money in the room […]

Here Come The CACs: CDS Trigger Is Next

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 02/17/2012 12:43 -0500 First comes the CACs. Then the forced debt exchange offer. Finally – default: as defined by both the rating agencies and ISDA, together with triggered CDS. From Bloomberg: The Greek government is drawing up legislation that could be used to impose loses on investors who don’t support […]

Things That Make You Go Hmmm – Such As The Global Central Planning Groundhog Day

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 02/05/2012 20:09 -0500   Grant Williams submits his latest weekly thoughts on the big picture. February 2012 finds the world in its own timeloop as we remain trapped in our very own Groundhog Day watching politicians try endless new and inventive ways to ‘fix’ a simple problem of way, WAY […]

Zero Hedge – “A Longer-Term Perspective On Gold” And More, From Nomura

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/19/2012 18:30 -0500 While lately not much, if anything, has changed in our and the broader secular outlook on gold, which has been and continues to remain the only currency equivalent that isolates devaluation risk, and excludes counterparty risk while being an implicit bet on the stupidity of those in […]