03/10/17

The S&P 500 Poised To Lose $10 Trillion In Value



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The S&P 500 Poised To Lose $10 Trillion In Value
// Zero Hedge

The last two recessions were devastating for the S&P 500.

The dot-com bubble during March 2000 to October 2002 saw the Index drop -49%, while the Global Credit Crisis from October 2007 to March 2009 saw an even greater drop of -57%.

Since then, the S&P 500 has been on fire, gaining 250% and breaking record highs almost daily.

As the old adage goes, "the bigger they are, the harder they fall". If the S&P loses 57% in the next market crash, that would represent $10 trillion in value lost, and would take the Index down to 1,077.

As the more cyclical sectors begin to ....

L’indipendentismo catalano è una sciocchezza, ma la colpa è dell’ottusità spagnola - Michele Boldrin

L’indipendentismo catalano è una sciocchezza, ma la colpa è dell’ottusità spagnola - Michele Boldrin Da circa 30 anni spiego ai miei amici catalani che non condivido il loro progettohttps://www.finanzaelambrusco.it/articoli/articoli/politica/lindipendentismo-catalano-e-una-sciocchezza-ma-la-colpa-e-dellottusita-spagnola-michele-boldrin/

Elezioni tedesche lo Stato assistenziale non basta mai

Elezioni tedesche lo Stato assistenziale non basta mai Le elezioni tedesche hanno dato il loro responso e l’affermazione dell’AfD hahttps://www.finanzaelambrusco.it/articoli/articoli/politica/elezioni-tedesche-lo-stato-assistenziale-non-basta-mai/

SPY FINANZA/ Le tante Las Vegas e Catalogna che servono ai mercati



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SPY FINANZA/ Le tante Las Vegas e Catalogna che servono ai mercati
// Il Sussidiario.net :: Economia e Finanza

Le politiche seguite dopo il 2007 hanno avuto degli effetti collaterali che ora rischiano di presentare il conto. Il sistema finanziario farà di tutto per resistere, dice MAURO BOTTARELLI

(Pubblicato il Tue, 03 Oct 2017 06:03:00 GMT)

SPY FINANZA/ I veri obiettivi dietro il caos in Catalogna, di M. Bottarelli
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SocGen: “Global Earnings Are Back To 2014 Levels; Stocks Are 15% Higher”



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SocGen: "Global Earnings Are Back To 2014 Levels; Stocks Are 15% Higher"
// Silver For The People

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Oct 2, 2017 3:48 PM

Is it QE or is it earnings?

With the Dow starting off the final quarter with a bang, surging to new all time highs alongside the S&P, few care what is prompting the latest surge in risk assets, which is a problem because as One River CIO Eric Peters noted yesterday, we have gotten to the point where measures of market performance have mutated into trading vehicles (and price targets) – such as the VIX, which drifted lower after an early spike today that appeared to briefly break the Nasdaq, and launch today's buying spree. And with everyone selling vol, the implication is that there is nothing to be worried about, even if the actual indicator of implied vol is no longer relevant as it itself has become the most actively traded product by retail and institutional investors alike (hardly surprising to anyone who has read Soros' 10+ year old ruminations on market reflexivity).

Whatever the reason though, stocks continue to levitate and not just in the US, but across the world, with SocGen's Andrew Lapthorne reporting that the MSCI World index surpassed 2000 for the first time and in turn has delivered its eleventh successive month of positive total returns. This ranks as the second longest period of consecutive gains for MSCI World since its formation in 1969, with realised volatility collapsing as a consequence.

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