How do you interpret the big trading volumes since 6/9? these volumes are comparable to August 2015 and January 2016.
Yet all the other major...
I think the real question I wanted to ask was - why is the S&P not at 6000 right now.. if you can borrow at 2% to buy something yielding 6% (SP...
except 1000 years ago we didn't have ZIRP
with 10-year yield at 2% and SP earning yield at 6%... what's preventing someone from buying up the entire stock market?
this is already...
it's zero sum - so isn't it more than 'fair game' on the short side?
all them smart people try to do it and 80% of them can't outperform the SPY, so why bother.
i think when people panic sell in a forced liquidation they tend to sell the winners... which is why the FANG got sold off last and sold off big....
why take chance on the weak ones, when you have a clear uptrend in the USA?
they are back down to 2009 levels... worth buying now? aren't they supposed to be immune to oil price fluctuations?
that's not what I meant..... how does COT categorize certain funds as hedgers, vs certain funds as 'large traders' ?
if they are fund managers, what make them different from 'large traders' or 'large speculators' (the red line in the COT chart) ??
large/small traders are really on the bullish side, while the 'commercial hedgers' are very...
don't tell them.
for the past year, brazil is right at the flat line, but argentina is up 55%
you have made the biggest leap of faith in understanding what trading is. You are not the fool... the 'many guys' are.
'clearly' or not, that's debatable.... but when there is divergence like this, it's always a warning sign.
going nuts here.
short squeeze? the urgency in buying doesn't look like 'good buys' to me.
please don't take this the wrong way, but your transition from 'burning fast' to 'burning slow', is exactly what happens when an edge-less trader...
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