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You can have a losing day but a profitable week. You can have a losing week but a profitable month. You can have a losing month but a profitable year. You can blow up a small account then build a big one. Play the long game.
In 2011 there were 115 billionaires in China. Since then, 72 have died, with 15 murders, 17 suicides, 7 accidental deaths, and 19 from illness. Another 14 were executed. #73552bf72dda" target="_blank">https://www.forbes.com/sites/raykwong/2011/07/25/friends-dont-let-friends-become-chinese-billionaires/#73552bf72dda … (via @bespokeinvest)
Interesting that we don't all draw our Xs the same. For me: Almost always 7. Sometimes 8. ⚡️ “How do you draw an X?”
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What an idiot
LJM Partners sues unnamed 'manipulators' it blames for volatility losses via @trhunnicutt https://www.reuters.com/article/us-ljm-lawsuit/ljm-partners-sues-unnamed-manipulators-it-blames-for-volatility-losses-idUSKCN1PC2OK …
All you $VIX manipulators better run and hide. You know who you are. 🤣🤣
LJM Partners sues unnamed 'manipulators' it blames for volatility losses via @trhunnicutt
Today was the 7th worst day in @Tesla $TSLA stock history. Here's how the stock performed in the short-term after every -10% (or worse) day.
Brexit chaos is David Cameron’s disastrous legacy https://www.barrons.com/articles/the-blame-for-brexit-51547842253 … <-- my column this week is about some important new research tying 2010-2014 austerity to the vote to leave the EU
$VXX won't retire without a fight! Notes outstanding up from 14.6m on Tues to 21m yesterday. Create to short?? $VXXB dropped from 9.8m to 6.1m over the same span. Interesting.
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When the $VIX term structure is flat, there is no edge in shorting volatility unless you can predict the direction of the market (which I can't). Contango brings the odds in your favor and there is very little to be found for quite a while.
Listen to the narrative and watch the market behavior...right now the narrative is: 1) things are better than people think and 2) the Chinese are going to massively stimulate again like '16 3) the Fed NOW has your back.
Spot on. Need to see something to dent 1, 2 or 3 to resume the selling
Hey @Gillette. Take that beam out of your own eye first.
$VXX following HY spreads closely over the past 6 months
Good Morning from Germany which could already entered recession. Catastrophic fall in industrial production in Nov— after neg GDP growth in Q3—has raised fears that Germany is in tech recession. Today Fed Stat Office will publish 1st estimates. Would be first recession since 2012
Nothing matters now. Not govt shutdown, not Brexit, not missed earnings expectations.
China is where Japan was in 1992. Nobody believed at that time, except for Christopher Woods, that Japan would have a prolonged slump. People just implicitly trusted the ability of Japanese mandarins to keep up perma growth. The current faith in China stimulus is similar.
As @FrankCappelleri pointed out, $VIX has now gone 43 trading days in a row above 15.00 at the close. Here's a list of every stretch in the past 20 years that was longer. Some big crashes, some not so much. Amazing that this is currently the 7th longest streak in 20 years.
While the $VIX closed below 20 today, it’s still > 15... for 68 straight days. Tied for 5th longest ever. (10/08/18-01/15/19)
Gentlemen, I have 5 days left in my vacation and we still haven't had a noteworthy VIX event. Truly shameful. Making matters worse, I have to make money longing NFLX and ROKU and similar garbage. This is not how it was supposed to be... I feel dirty when I long things.