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Marcus Cicero
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Reducing interest rates to zero 8 years ago was an emergency measure to (not surprisingly) combat an emergency situation. It is the equivalent of the government instituting martial law. Now, 8 years later, everyone is celebrating because emergency martial law is still in place.
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It was Bush that both caused the recession by relaxing mortgage qualifications and derivatives regulation, and who started the bailout process. That being said the Fed is fundamentally independent as an institution.
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Robert Smith Actually it was Jimmy Carter that started the mess.  The Community Reinvestment Act (CRA, P.L. 95-128, 91 Stat. 1147, title VIII of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1977, 12 U.S.C. § 2901 et seq.) is a United States federal law designed to encourage commercial banks and savings associations to help meet the needs of borrowers in all segments of their communities, including low- and moderate-income neighborhoods.[1][2][3] Congress passed the Act in 1977 to reduce discriminatory credit practices against low-income neighborhoods, a practice known as redlining.  Clinton finished it when he signed the repeal of Glass-Steagall.
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All plans to render money neutral and stable are contradictory. Money is an element of action and consequently of change. Changes in the money relation, i.e., in the relation of the demand for and the supply of money, affect the exchange ratio between money on the one hand the vendible commodities on the other hand. These changes do not affect at the same time and to the same ex tent the prices of the various commodities and services. They consequently affect the wealth of various members of society in a different way. -. Ludwig von Mises
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The services which money renders can be neither improved nor repaired by changing the supply of money. There may appear an excess or a deficiency of money in an individual’s cash holding. But such a condition can be remedied by increasing or decreasing consumption or investment. (Of course, one must not fall prey to the popular confusion between the demand for money for cash holding and the appetite for more wealth.) The quantity of money available in the whole economy is always sufficient to secure for everybody all that money does and can do. - Ludwig von Mises
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Ponzi schemes are illegal for a reason.  It is immoral to exploit the ignorance of your fellow citizens by selling them something that does not exist or that has a value infinitesimal compared to the price charged.  The Federal Reserve was created to combat the prior instabilities of the US monetary system, but has created as many or more.  It seems clear that stable money value is more important than a stable supply of fiat.  It is a comparison of quality versus quantity.
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Oiloompa Loompa
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Some EW for S&P if anyone is interested, short term > https://invst.ly/4iv3i Medium/long term > https://invst.ly/4iv4h
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Previous charts > https://invst.ly/4icwd https://invst.ly/4i094
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TickTock Man
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Oiloompa Loompa I really like EW for Gold, but it's a little harder to use on ES.  Here's my GC forecast from 7/10  https://invst.ly/4bgz6 and the follow up from close yesterday https://invst.ly/4ivqv  - Here is my long term analysis  https://invst.ly/4ivs7
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Oiloompa Loompa It looks like you are forecasting a normal impulse completion for the fifth wave.  I believe we had an extension within wave 3 and will have a truncated wave 5.  I will post my chart after I work on it a bit more.
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Marcus Cicero
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According to WSJ, SPY has short interest equal to 2.2 days to cover, which pits it at number #43 in a list of 50 stocks. #1 is Infosys with 14 days to cover, and #2 is Western Union with 12 days to cover. More indication of relatively low bearishness.
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Marcus Cicero
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As of 6/31
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BuyLow SellHigh
BuyLow SellHigh 10 hours ago
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6/31 ;)
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Marcus Cicero
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Yes. 6/31. So those shorts got blown away. Do you expect more or less shorts on 7/22?
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Marcus Cicero There are only 30 days in June.
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Good call. Original article says 6/30. My bad.
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