Markets populism

‘Theme Overload’.

How much can you process?

How much can you process?
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3 comments on “‘Theme Overload’.

  1. random_clown

    Theme #3 is the biggest dumpster fire, which I guess includes what happens when buybacks dry up.
    Theme #1 (populism) is the biggest reason for theme overload: daily populist tactics of lying (“alternative facts”), crying about “fake news”, stoking “deep state” fears (can’t even trust the FBI), corruption and sex scandals, and blaming non-populists for everything.

  2. In this environment the only way to manage huge positions is to watch what long term moving averages do. When they roll over, entangle, create a spaghetti mess, and become negatively sloped get out and sell the most you can. Until they slope positively and don’t cross one another hold the longs. This approach may seem naive and too simple, but it contains all the info and how market participants are reacting.

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