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Rebalancing Flow Call Plays Out As Stocks Stage Insane Reversal In Dramatic Comeback

Call it whatever you like, because at this point, folks will take it.

Call it whatever you like, because at this point, folks will take it.
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3 comments on “Rebalancing Flow Call Plays Out As Stocks Stage Insane Reversal In Dramatic Comeback

  1. And now your screen is green. Or maybe you are testing your 4K.

    With VXN at 35 a 68% probability range was about 150 pts. Add one third these days with high volatility and you have 205. Ndx closed yesterday at 6260 and gapped down at open, so take the range from 6260. Now 6260-205 gives 6055.The buy programme came after a low at 6045. After the expected range was realized.
    Those algos are predictable.

    Thank God it’s Friday.

  2. Always easy to explain all this in hindsight or at least come up with a fact (or two) to explain our suspicions … Sometimes if one finds the interested party in advance it can be explained before it occurs. This is one of those times when an irrational market has a suspected culprit.
    A game of pin the tail on the Donkey perhaps…

  3. I can’t wait to be talking fundamentals again. This trading is insane. China hints at a better IP law and stocks go down. Trump stays crazy stocks go up. The reality is USDJPY really is irrelevant. Sure it is great to focus on and for some to try to manipulate but I have never understood the fascination with it. Yeah i get the arguments but real money guys don’t care. If we get a trade deal stocks will rip higher, if earnings and guidance come in ok we’ll rally. We might just rally in spite of it all because sentiment is so bad and people are underinvested. We are late cycle, stocks are pricing in a little recession, and we have to see when that thesis changes. The computers can knock it around but if it is brief it shouldn’t change GDP by more than a half a percent. We’ll see to quote the caller of the bottom.

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