27/10/18

Stock Market Dive To End Fed Rate Hikes, Whack Dollar

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Is The Long-Anticipated Crash Now Upon Us?

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Is The Long-Anticipated Crash Now Upon Us?
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Authored by Chris Martenson via PeakProsperity.com,

Is this the market's breaking point?

I admit: I'm a permabear.

This is no surprise to those who know and have followed me over the years. But I'm publicly proclaiming my 'bearishness' because doing so might open up a needed and long overdue dialog.

Here's my fundamental position:  Infinite growth on a finite planet is impossible. 

Cutting to the chase, this is why I predict a major crash/collapse across stocks, bonds and real estate is on the way. 

The recent market weakness seen over the past two weeks is nothing compared to what's in store.  As we've been carefully chronicling, bubbles burst from 'the outside in', starting at the weaker places at the periphery before progressing to the center.

Emerging market equities are now down -26% from their January highs and -18% year-to-date.  China's stocks market is down -32%, even with substantial intervention by the government to prop things up.

The periphery has been weakening all year, and the contagion has now spead worldwide.

Taken as a whole, global equities have shed some $13 trillion of market capitalization for a -15% decline:

The rot has spread to the core with ....

The Market's Trend Breakdown Has Been Confirmed

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The Market's Trend Breakdown Has Been Confirmed
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Authored by Jesse Colombo via RealInvestmentAdvice.com,

On Wednesday, after the Dow plunged 608.01 points, I wrote a piece called "The #MAGA Stock Market Trendline Is Broken" in which I showed how the U.S. stock market's sharp decline caused several major stock indices to break below their important uptrend lines that have formed in early-2016. I described this breakdown as a "very important change of trend." On Thursday, the Dow rose 399.95 points and the S&P 500 rose 49.46, but I said that the market bounce did not negate the bearish technical developments that took place on Wednesday. Sure enough, the Dow fell 296 points or 1.2% on Friday, while the S&P 500 fell 1.7%, which confirms the technical breakdown under the important trendline that formed in early-2016 (I was waiting for a solid close below this level on the weekly chart).

This week's sell-off caused the S&P 500 to break below its uptrend line that began in early-2016. The next major technical support and price target to watch is the 2,550 to 2,600 support zone that formed at the lows earlier this year.

Unlike the S&P 500, the Dow Jones Industrial Average still has not broken below its key uptrend line. If the Dow closes below this uptrend line in a convincing manner on the weekly chart (possibly next week if the sell-off continues), the .....

C’è poco da esultare: il giudizio di Standard & Poor’s è un invito ai capitali a scappare dall’Italia

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C'è poco da esultare: il giudizio di Standard & Poor's è un invito ai capitali a scappare dall'Italia
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Dimaio Rating Linkiesta

Il rating stabile dà un po' di ossigeno al governo. Ma nell'outlook negativo c'è la chiara indicazione agli investitori: lasciate l'Italia finché siete in tempo. La caduta continua, l'atterraggio sarà molto doloroso


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Equity Market Selloff Resembles Liquidity Squeeze of 2000

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By Joseph Carson, Former Director of Global Economic Research, Alliance Bernstein.

The abrupt and sharp decline in equity prices in recent weeks has been largely pinned on the Federal Reserve as policymakers continue to move forward with their plan to raise official rates. Yet, the sell-off in the equity market is much more complex and in some ways resembles the early stages of the liquidity squeeze and the high equity valuations of 2000. Here's why.

First, according to my estimates, the market valuation of ....

How Close?

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How Close?
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How Close?

Executive Summary

  • What the key crash indicators are telling us
  • The timeline to the next recession
  • How far will the fall be?
  • Time for action

If you have not yet read Part 1: Is The Long-Anticipated Crash Now Upon Us?, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

How Close Are We To A Full-Blown Crash?

We're always looking at the current market data for a reason to send out an ALERT. We send them out ....

Is The Long-Anticipated Crash Now Upon Us?

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Is The Long-Anticipated Crash Now Upon Us?
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I predict a major crash/collapse across stocks, bonds and real estate is on the way. But I don't think we're seeing it unfold just yet.

The recent market weakness seen over the past two weeks is nothing compared to what's in store.  As we've been carefully chronicling, bubbles burst from 'the outside in', starting at the weaker places at the periphery before progressing to the center.

Emerging market equities are ....

Stock Market Plunges Again – Global Stocks Down 5 Weeks In A Row – 8 Trillion Dollars In Wealth Wiped Out

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Stock Market Plunges Again – Global Stocks Down 5 Weeks In A Row – 8 Trillion Dollars In Wealth Wiped Out
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It's not over.  The worst October stock market crash since 2008 got even worse on Friday.  The Dow was down another 296 points, the S&P 500 briefly dipped into correction territory, and it was another bloodbath for tech stocks.  On Wednesday, I warned that there would be a bounce, and we saw that happen on Thursday.  But the bounce didn't extend into Friday.  Instead, we witnessed another wave of panic selling, and that has many investors extremely concerned about what will happen next week.  Overall, global stocks have now fallen for five weeks in a row, and during ....

SocGen's Juckes: "The Bull Market Is Done...The Best Days Are Behind Us"

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SocGen's Juckes: "The Bull Market Is Done...The Best Days Are Behind Us"
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As his SocGen colleague (and purported permabear) Albert Edwards seized the opportunity to draw parallels between contemporary markets and the circumstances surrounding the 1987 market crash, the French bank's chief currency strategist Kit Juckes offered a more measured - but still bearish - outlook on global markets during a Thursday afternoon interview with Bloomberg.

THE US DOLLAR IS DONE: China & Saudi Arabia Will Trade Oil In Yuan

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THE US DOLLAR IS DONE: China & Saudi Arabia Will Trade Oil In Yuan
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KSA has been trading their oil to China for dollars for decades. China's looking to change that, and the rest of the world will follow suit. Here's more… by Josh �…�

The post THE US DOLLAR IS DONE: China & Saudi Arabia Will Trade Oil In Yuan appeared first on Silver Doctors.


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SCONTRO ITALIA-UE/ Il "metodo Bruxelles" farà sparire l'Europa

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SCONTRO ITALIA-UE/ Il "metodo Bruxelles" farà sparire l'Europa
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Chi ha ragione tra Europa e Italia? Ascoltando anche un'europeista come Romano Prodi si può capire che Bruxelles sta mettendo in serio pericolo l'Unione Europea. PAOLO ANNONI

(Pubblicato il Sat, 27 Oct 2018 06:02:00 GMT)

FINANZA E POLITICA/ La mossa per liberarci dal ricatto dello spread, di G. Passali
SCONTRO UE-ITALIA/ Perotti: i Paesi del Nord sono pronti a fare a meno di noi
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Usa e Russia non salveranno l’Italia, ma strangoleranno l’Europa

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Le illusioni italo/sovraniste sono fumo. Né Putin né Trump ci aiuteranno. Piuttosto i due leader hanno apparecchiato, da un bel po', un campo di battaglia il cui nome è Europa


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Intervista a Paul Romer, premio Nobel per l’economia 2018

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Intervista a Paul Romer, premio Nobel per l’economia 2018Il ruolo di creatività e sviluppo tecnologico per la crescita di un’economia Per ihttps://www.finanzaelambrusco.it/articoli/articoli/finanza/intervista-a-paul-romer-premio-nobel-per-leconomia-2018/