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The Daisy Chain, ‘Crash-Up’, Equity Slingshot Setup Is Back In Play: McElligott

This makes the market especially "vulnerable" to good news.

This makes the market especially "vulnerable" to good news.
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2 comments on “The Daisy Chain, ‘Crash-Up’, Equity Slingshot Setup Is Back In Play: McElligott

  1. It amazes me how quants/computers move these market. The destruction of the HF influence (that had momo but also fundamentals dring decisions).

    I sit here and look at 10yrs, profit growth, valuations, rev growth, margins (lack of inv, wages) and there are so many disconnects.

    I find it scary to be long expensive (which is pretty much everything) yet scary to be short rich garbage as they will serve it to you.

    The equilibrium seems off center but it still balances.

    Maybe because we have never lived through this experiment the outcome is fine as long as we believe it. But I can’t believe rates and valuations where they are will not lead to the most painful times we have ever seen. “Stability” breeds instability. But just how long is the gestation period?

    I have found much longer that I thought.

    Don Quixote

  2. It all makes sense, when Charlie explains it! I’ve been following him since his “pre-rock star” days at RBC. I’m just wondering what effect his current popularity, and widespread dissemination of his analysis, has on the market.

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