To the extent the most recent drama is just the latest in a series of “predictable” political shocks, it reinforces what one might call the “noisy status quo” which is part and parcel of the market’s inability to form a consensus.
And that’s the week.
Let’s say you’re an analyst….
Just what the doctor ordered.
Needless to say, that’s likely to fan the flames in terms of speculation about whether the predictably “boring” BoJ is about to get more exciting and thereby become a source of uncertainty for markets.
“…and rivaling Russia.”
H-shares: best week in 18 months.
Obviously, none of those things (especially the last one) are any semblance of important and if the SEC was really interested in being on the cutting edge of the digital-coin-based pyramid scheme revolution, they’d have dropped the whole benign paternalism bullshit when the Winklevoss twins came knocking last year.
“He was the best student at Wharton, though, believe me. So he knows the way you math good is to start with the answer and then work backward to the question.”
Is it Friday yet?
Once the end game plays out and the losses are actually booked we’ll get to see whether the despair that accompanies the final rout will spill over into all the places Harvey seems to think it will.
Listen, things are going great in Venezuela, ok?
Even if we avert a shutdown this week, things will be worse next month for the following three reasons…
Damn, John. Happy trails.