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Joe Lane
Joe Lane 10 hours ago
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Jim Cramer on CNBC just called for 2 100 bp hikes. The scary part is that Powell listened to him and his cronies when he was saying keep up the 0% and QE into 2022. I have to wonder if anybody other than Powell still listens to this guy. lol
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NOWis ALLuHAVE 9 hours ago
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I'm surprised he didn't lose his job after "NO NO NO NO... don't pull your money out of Bear Stearns... that's just silly..."  days later Bear Stearns collapsed.
corona killer
corona killer 6 hours ago
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I know...cramer. what a joke. how long was he screaming to keep rates down
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Statestreet 12 hours ago
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the fed is like a farmer who waters everything in his field. Once the crop emerges, he would *** the crop for water dependency to make only strong crop. in this way, water would be funding and crop would be industry.
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Statestreet 12 hours ago
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this is why gme or amc were invisible during the pandemic. you literally could not short anything for long.
Phylax Miller
Phylax Miller 13 hours ago
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Recession coming,  FED knows that.  Smart money goes in to bonds.  3.1 was highest point. we see 0.5 US T  soon !!! they will bash yields back to ZERO  to safe Economy.
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Statestreet 13 hours ago
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the employment rate is still good. I think that's the #1 recession indicator. economy and market are never 1:1.
Dwain Hobbs
Dwain Hobbs 8 hours ago
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They created a good discount on bonds ready for the next leg up ( of which only the fed will be buyer whilst others bail out ) dollar crash
NOWis ALLuHAVE
NOWis ALLuHAVE 13 hours ago
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I'm thinking when the Dow loses 30K the show starts...
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NOWis ALLuHAVE 10 hours ago
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Dow Suffers Longest Losing Streak In 99 Years... Wow!  Just Wow!
Dwain Hobbs
Dwain Hobbs 8 hours ago
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NOWis ALLuHAVE 8 consecutive weeks , i searched the chart back till 1977 cpuldnt find similar , no more data
Jesus Iglesias
Jesus Iglesias 15 hours ago
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Can you see a HS top (chart: 1 D) ?
NOWis ALLuHAVE
NOWis ALLuHAVE May 19, 2022 2:39PM ET
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The CEO of Wells Fargo warned Tuesday that there is “no question” that the U.S. economy is going to get worse before it gets better....   “It’s going to be hard to avoid some kind of recession,” CEO Charles Scharf said during a Wall Street Journal event.
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Reverse Flash May 19, 2022 2:39PM ET
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No one can disagree with this guy without getting reported by him as an offensive remark. He just keep posting junk.
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NOWis ALLuHAVE May 19, 2022 2:39PM ET
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Reverse Flash    Not me brother, never reported anyone.  I'm here for healthy debate and to learn from sharing ideas and even opposing opinions.  I post my thoughts and try to support them.
Dwain Hobbs
Dwain Hobbs 21 hours ago
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they ALL know a recession is 100% coming ( fed included), but they cannot be seen to be scare mongerers ( and at the same time they dont want to look like fuuls later ), thats why they come up with nonsense words like soft landing / some kind of recession, blah blah blah,,
James Johannsen
James Johannsen 16 hours ago
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pretty much coming out of recession into depression
NOWis ALLuHAVE
NOWis ALLuHAVE 13 hours ago
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Dwain Hobbs  Agree.  Their words are scripted & reviewed to make sure they are getting the intended results, keep the public at ease but also plant the seeds for what they know is coming so later they can say, we warned you.
Joe Lane
Joe Lane May 19, 2022 12:29PM ET
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Personally I think some sideways movement in the stock market over the next few months would be a net positive for the economy. When trying to tame inflation, you don't want a falling knife, however at the same time a large rally from here would only add to inflation pressures. I would be comfortable with a S&P 500 range of 3800 -4300 for the next few months while the Fed works through a few of its rate hikes.
Ciprian Gal
Ciprian Gal May 19, 2022 12:29PM ET
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bound range from here for the next few months until new signals emerge
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NOWis ALLuHAVE May 19, 2022 12:29PM ET
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Do you consider the possibility of the Fed failing?  I see the Fed dollar continuing to lose value at an ever faster pace until people here in America start rejecting it, just like nations all over the Earth have over the past few months.  Currencies have life cycles... they are not eternal.  They generally end when the currency won't buy the basic needs to sustain life.  I would argue that we're pretty damn close right now...
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NOWis ALLuHAVE May 19, 2022 12:29PM ET
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Gas / diesel at or near $10 will be the breaking point and I expect we'll see that this summer, along with a supply chain collapse.  JMHO, but anyone who doesn't recognize that we're already well into a Recession at best case scenario, and a Deep Depression and possible currency collapse being the worst case scenario, is ignoring overwhelming signs & warnings, much like many did in 2007 just before the Great Recession of 2008.
Dwain Hobbs
Dwain Hobbs 8 hours ago
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We dont have this luxury with modern monetary theory ,, only two settings , full rocket launch , deep ocean crash ,
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NOWis ALLuHAVE May 19, 2022 10:57AM ET
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There’s an alarming lack of conviction in the way markets are flip-flopping all over the place... - credit: Bloomberg Markets Live this morning
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Statestreet May 19, 2022 10:23AM ET
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existing home sales fell a little. I would consider this a sign interest rates are having some effect on lending. also it should affect the real estate market by slowing demand.
Harshit gupta
Harshit gupta May 19, 2022 10:12AM ET
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plunge to 2.1 u bull
stonk guy
stonk guy May 19, 2022 9:52AM ET
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How can this drop significantly and market be weak LOL, rigged asf, stocks should be going up
Phylax Miller
Phylax Miller May 19, 2022 9:52AM ET
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Stocks fall cause recession. Bonds rising in recession, cause yields will go back to 0 by FED
stonk guy
stonk guy May 19, 2022 9:52AM ET
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Phylax Miller bs theres no recession coming
Danke Glock
Danke Glock May 19, 2022 9:52AM ET
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https://www.rba.gov.au/publications/bulletin/2014/sep/pdf/bu-0914-8.pdf
Danke Glock
Danke Glock May 19, 2022 9:52AM ET
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https://images.aqr.com/-/media/AQR/Documents/Journal-Articles/Stock-Bond-Correlations.pdf
stonk guy
stonk guy May 19, 2022 9:43AM ET
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Phylax Miller
Phylax Miller May 19, 2022 9:11AM ET
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big Money  goes into Bonds,  Recession is coming.
Lynn Chaffin
Lynn Chaffin May 19, 2022 6:52AM ET
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I can here it now, we didnt realize what economic repurcussions would occur with such rapid tightening!!
Lynn Chaffin
Lynn Chaffin May 19, 2022 6:50AM ET
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The still smiling Fed i might add!
Lynn Chaffin
Lynn Chaffin May 19, 2022 6:49AM ET
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The fed has managed to paint their way into a tighter and tighter corner! How will they escape?
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NOWis ALLuHAVE May 19, 2022 6:49AM ET
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Perhaps the Fed is doing (and always has done) and getting precisely the results the Fed wants.  Perhaps what the Fed wants is not what we want and not what we are told.  GREAT RESET.  World Economic Forum.  Look it up.
Dwain Hobbs
Dwain Hobbs May 19, 2022 6:06AM ET
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Below 2.50 in June, then the bounce again
Verus auri
Verus auri May 19, 2022 5:10AM ET
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ROFL... so easy to spot what happening... understand the pricing system and you are half way there
Verus auri
Verus auri May 19, 2022 5:04AM ET
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The lower rates stand, the more inflation will rage... there is no way out!
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Verus auri May 19, 2022 5:03AM ET
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Markets are waking up.... inflation going into double digits... FEDs are trapped.  This rise on gold will be unbelievable. Most will miss it
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Verus auri May 19, 2022 4:56AM ET
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The real damage in markets is yet to unfold....
Verus auri
Verus auri May 19, 2022 4:54AM ET
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Tick tock.... all time highs in 2022, followed by a 3-4x rise by 2027
rony cheng
rony cheng May 19, 2022 1:29AM ET
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3.5 by june end
Jim Oli
Jim Oli May 18, 2022 1:23PM ET
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With "all" the B.S. QE in the past.. are you surprised? The Pyramid Scheme is over ...enjoy the misery...How the Fed was able to play the dog and pony show for "so long" is impressive.
Dwain Hobbs
Dwain Hobbs May 18, 2022 1:23PM ET
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Because theyve been aided by the smaller dogs ( Boj , ECB , BOE ) et. al
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NOWis ALLuHAVE May 18, 2022 1:23PM ET
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Dwain Hobbs  Spot on.  The Fed co-opted the central banks of all the other western nations & they use them to hide and offload inflation.  Japan is on the top of the list, biggest buyer of  US Treasuries...  Cayman Islands #5 largest buyer of Treasuries on Earth???  Luxembourg #4??  Bermuda in the top 20?  BS.  Fed shell games, that's all it is.
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NOWis ALLuHAVE May 18, 2022 1:23PM ET
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Dwain Hobbs  https://ticdata.treasury.gov/Publish/mfh.txt
stonk guy
stonk guy May 18, 2022 1:17PM ET
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Its insane how markets go down and bonds too, and when stocks go up bonds go up , someone explain
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Soner Irmak
Soner Irmak May 18, 2022 1:17PM ET
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liquidation. less dollars in the market compared a y ago, its clear that there will be less in the future, and you earn more for keeping dollars. so basically every asset gonma loose till this picture changes and it does not change soon
Danke Glock
Danke Glock May 18, 2022 1:17PM ET
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The markets are pricing in the increasing risk of recession.  Stocks sell-off and investors move into bonds, which Is why you see the curve flattening, it’s not that unusual.
Joe Lane
Joe Lane May 18, 2022 1:17PM ET
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If you are talking the yield, it likely has to do with risk on risk off trading. Yields go down as investors buy bonds. When investors that play the risk on/ risk off trade sell stocks they buy the bonds forcing bond yields lower. Likewise when they are ready to buy stocks they sell those bonds to pay for the stocks bringing bond yields higher.
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NOWis ALLuHAVE May 18, 2022 1:17PM ET
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stonk guy  Yes, it is super weird, it is the result of mass manipulation of financial markets.  Historical relationships have been broken, markets are wholly manipulated & supported by mass financial fraud by the Fed buying bonds, & intervening in markets buying stocks (plunge protection team).  That's why everything is moving together... they're trying to hold it together but it's failing.
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Danke Glock May 18, 2022 1:17PM ET
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The correlation between stock prices and bond yields has shifted between positive and negative several times throughout history; there is no set rule.  The drivers of markets shift over time and so too does the correlations between markets.  I posted links two just two studies for you on your question above.  You can find several more studies if you are interested.
 
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