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The #BitcoinBreakdown: Demigod in the Details

First Appearing on HedgeAccordingly.com Sixth in a series. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 By @sellputs Seems like everybody wants to buy in on bitcoin, and if you do, brace for a gut-tossing rollercoaster ride and another drawback, as well:  Trading costs in crypto are astonishingly high.  Comparison: on TD Ameritrade, you can do a $10 million […]


The #BitcoinBreakdown: Before You Buy, More Caveats

First Appearing on HedgeAccordingly.com Fifth in a series.  Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 By @sellputs Let us regard the wonders of technology & innovation: Suddenly, we now have multiple easy ways to lose money betting on bitcoin. Giddyup! With incredible speed, from your laptop or even your smartphone and without even thinking about it, you can […]


Bitcoin Blasts Above $12,000, Soars To New All Time High

After slowing down fractionally in its relentless ascent after topping $11,000 for the first time less than a week ago, Bitcoin has brushed off the weekend selloff and on Wednesday morning (Asian time) exploded higher following a renewed burst of buying out of the usual Asian suspect exchanges – and Bitfinex – surging above $12,000 […]


Government Watchdog Warns Market Crash Risk Rising: “One-Sixth Of All Hedge Funds Are 15x Leveraged”

One wonders if the Fed ever reads the reports issued by the Office of Financial Stability, which does a surprisingly good job of laying out the risks facing the market at any one time, which incidentally are far greater than various Fed presidents would care to admit. If it did, it would learn from the […]


100 Billion Reasons To Have Non-Reportable Assets

Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, In early March 1938 in a dusty corner of the Arabian desert, Max Steineke finally had the breakthrough he was hoping for. Steineke was the chief geologist for the California Arabian Standard Oil Company (CASOC), a venture owned by what we know today as Chevron. And he hadn’t had […]


The ‘Junkie’ Market Is Back

Via Dana Lyons' Tumblr, The past few days have seen a reversal from substantial net New lows to substantial net New highs – a condition that has preceded poor performance in the past. We’ve posted several pieces in the past regarding what we’ve termed “Junkie Markets” – junctures characterized by a substantial number of both […]


Unbridled Exuberance…

Authored by James Stack via InvesTech.com, From public confidence to bullish sentiment to the normally mundane employment data, the U.S. economy and stock market are reaching historic levels not seen in decades.  Last month, consumer confidence hit its highest level since December 2000.  The percentage of bullish investment advisors recently touched lofty levels that were […]


‘Hindenburg Omen’ Meets ‘Titanic Syndrome’ For The First Time Since October 2007

Two weeks ago we warned that a cluster of the infamous Hindenburg Omens was forming. Since then stocks have suffered their biggest drop in 3 months… However, the Hindenberg Omen is not exactly flawless and has false-alerted a number of times in the last few years. Which is why, John Hussman has adapted the signals […]


Stock and Awe, Bears in Bondage

The following article by David Haggith was published on The Great Recession Blog: The Trump Rally pushed ahead relentlessly through a summer full of high omens and great disasters, all which it swatted off like flies. Even so, all was not perfect in the market as nerves began to jitter midsummer beneath the surface even among the most […]


Frontrunning: November 6

Gunman kills 26 in Texas (Reuters) Trump Urges Japan to Buy More U.S. Military Equipment (WSJ) Ex-Catalan leader granted freedom to campaign for independence (Reuters) House begins revising Republican tax bill to quell dissent (Reuters) Why the Next Four Days Will Be Crucial for the GOP Tax Bill (BBG) Broadcom offers to buy mobile chipmaker […]


The Intrigue At The Heart Of The Beijing-Riyadh-Washington Triangle

Authored by Valentin Katasonov via The Strategic Culture Foundation, Saudi Aramco (the Saudi Arabian Oil Company) is the world’s largest petroleum business. It owns more than 100 oil and gas fields in Saudi Arabia with reserves of at least 264 billion barrels of oil, which is estimated to be approximately one-fourth of the world’s known reserves of this […]


CME To Launch Bitcoin Futures In Q4

As the mainstream contonues to embrace cryptocurrencies – much to the chagrin of Jamie Dimon et al. in the establishment – CME Group is "responding to client interest" and launching a Bitcoin Futures contract in Q4. CME Group says new contract will be cash-settled, based on the CME CF Bitcoin Reference Rate (BRR) which serves […]


No Vol And No Volume – Even The WSJ Questions Equity Melt-Up

It’s encouraging to see that one mainstream media outlet questioning the recent market melt-up which wasn’t just notable for the lack of volatility, but also a severe lack of volume. The new normal seems to be “No vol and no volume”, although we saw a bit of a regime shift today, before the normal reversal. […]


Robert Shiller: 1987 Could Happen Again

By Robert Shiller, first published in the NYT Oct. 19, 1987, was one of the worst days in stock market history. Thirty years later, it would be comforting to believe it couldn’t happen again. Yet that’s true only in the narrowest sense: Regulatory and technological change has made an exact repeat of that terrible day […]


A 52-“Weak” High For Stocks?

Via Dana Lyons' Tumblr, While the S&P 500 his on an impressive string of new highs, a number of them have come on questionable breadth. When it comes to analyzing the quality of a stock market rally, we are big on breadth, or the internals, of the market. The more participation there is on the […]