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The GFA EUR/JPY:$WTIC ratio ATR 14/200 SPX weekly Global Liquidity and cost of Volatility in the World's 4 largest and Deepest Markets.

Over the coming 2-3 days I will repost all of the previous posts that have discussed the system, provide links to the real time post that demonstrate the accuracy of the system, as well as explain (again) exactly why monitoring these largest global markets logically impacts nearly all additional markets.. It is so logical
and easy to understand that several of our really sharp market shops have already set up this system and
several tweaks.. as this system is the anthesis of a black box system an can be totally modeled.

This is not a theoretical model.... It has been written about, explained in detail and has had an enviable
real time performance history over the past 18 months....... I suppose I shall need to post all of the previous links for those who are not up to speed as to the live time performance record, as well as the
detailed analysis as why this global macro model has such gravitas imbued in it's construction.

We at GFA had sold several options to have a 90 day quiet period and not publicly discuss the model when it generated it's latest sell signal in the first weeks of February....our partners did not want to
draw any additional attention to the sell signal as the equity and derivatives markets had created a quite
a vacuum in leveraged short option volatility contracts and products..... and thus it was to the detriment said aligned interests to create any greater a spotlight on the squeeze in those who had sold excessive
volatility derivatives on equities.

The Credit SuperCycle as presented on the World Economic Forum website

The 72 year master cycle in the US 30 year Treasury bond --- The US entered a secular bull market in yield (interest rates are going higher) and bear market in bond prices on July 8 2016. We are now in the
wave of advance that the general Wall street and global financial community comes to the mass realization
that interest rates are going up.


THE High in Yield was 14.59% on Oct 12 1981.

we have a number of global central banks taking steps to normalize interest rates, which means to raise them and since we have had 8 years of global Zero interest rate policy, on short rates in the US, the ECB, the BOJ, the SNB - swiss national bank, the swedish Riskbank, the BOE was very accomodative...

and so it's a brave new world of the reduction of monetary stimulus and we have already had 3 or 3 Fed Fund increases here in the US.... are we up to 4 already? We have another coming in Dec.

and we have never seen the global central banks in this position, We have the FED, the Bank of England, the Reserve Bank of Australia, the central bank of Canada, and the European Central bank all in tightening
mode....... .. they have never been in this position and in central banking land.... mistakes in the movement of the short term borrowing rates can occur, especially when you have multiple countries doing the same thing... It sets up uncertainty in the Long dated FX market.... creates uncertainty for Banking, Insurance, Reinsurance companies as to how to hedge and value their long dated commitments.

Endowments, pension funds , soverign wealth funds are also all impacted by this grand experiment.

as Hyman Minsky famously said "stability is Destabilizing" that has always been the case and
will always be the case...we have been through a long period of stability which has let lots of all of the
above market participants, companies, hedge funds.... take advantage of very cheap credit by issuing a vast
ocean of it.... we shall find out who is over levered..... and then their are exogenous shocks and black swan

The US 10 year note up to 2.46%...... huge durable goods number... going back to 2.62... the high of wave 1 of the secular bond bear market... we had a double bottom at 1.33 in July of 2012 and then again on July 8th of 2016.

The Consumer confidence number recent reports have been the most bullish since November of 2000!
The University of Michigan PMI

Back then long rates around the world were negative and going lower like bond prices would never stop going up in price and down in yields.

Japanese 10 Year government bonds went up 40 to 50% in 5 months in the first half of 2016.



this chart does not reflect the move higher to 2.46% today..... the Yield has not been this far outside of the Bollinger band in years as the bond market moves with lightening speed upward since the low at 2.00 on Friday October 8th 2017.

we have a synchronized global central bank rate normalization and interest rate increases with The FED,
the Bank of England, the Reserve Bank of Australia, The central bank of Canada and the European central
bank should be preparing to reduce monetary stimulation when the ECB head speaks in 17 hours.

the risk of the central banks making a mistake and the global equity markets general dismissal of this changing environment is setting us up for the largest correction in the last few years. End of the Bull
Market since March 9th, 2009..... no one knows but the NDX pullback that I have discussed is most certainly underway.

THE low for the US 30 year interest rate OCCURRED WITHIN 4 DAYS of our idealized low on . It Illustrates the key point that calendar days are often more important than market days when working with time cycles.

Also time cycles, besides have right hand translation in a bull market (where prices advance for the first 2/3 or so of the time cycle and then decline into the cycle low) and leftward translation in bear markets. In bear markets price tend to have a rally off of the cycle low which is shorter lived and then prices resume the downtrend into the next cycle low from 55 to 75 % of the cycle. There are several theories as to the causation of time cycles and there are multiple cycles at work in a market at any point in time. They wax and wane in their power and importance, and when several time cycles cluster together they can produce a
more powerful significant low, as well as provide the upward energy when several of them cluster in their
up phase.

My Time projection work was partly done using the retracement of wave 2 being 1.618 of the time of
the impulse wave 1.... However i used my Fibonacci ratio compass on the market days on the chart, I noticed a difference of several days when I used the time in days of the wave 1 off the July 8th 2016 low and the Dec 16th High. Now remember that this is the 30 year bond the Very long end of the curve, and it acted differently than the 10 year note. As the 30 year yield had a slightly higher high on March 10. Very different from the 10 year note behavior.

Of course the 36 year cycle low was put into place on July 8th 2016........ we have already embarked on a multiyear bear market in bonds and a multi year rise in interest rates. Which makes sense with all of the asset bubbles that have been going on with the 1% ers..... who are very out of favor with the very angry DJT voters, the Bernie Sanders voters, the Elizabeth Warren and Barney Frank parts of the Democratic
Party and that's a cumulative 70% of the population.... at least.

The 36 year cycle in the bond bull market that began on Oct 9th 1981 at 14.59% yield on the 30 year bond
Ended on July 8th 2016. The Between July 5th and 8th The BOJ, The ECB and the SNB pulled the plug on
driving the long end of the Major Global Sovereign Bonds into Lower and Lower Negative Yield world. The
Fed was also a Master architect of the end of the $16 Trillion dollar Series of Quantitative Easings and
endless balance sheet expansions of the Central Banks balance sheets, as we had asset bubbles in
global Real Estate in Hong kong, New York, London, Paris, Miami, Vancover etc, as well as asset Bubbles in the High end of the Fine Art Market and other markets of the 1% ers.

This Chart was posted on Sept 3 rd, and due to the extreme exegencies of Hurricane Harvey and the soon to be emerging Hurricane Irma, coupled with some ECB machinations..... we also briefly got down to almost 2% in yield overnight during the weekend of Hurricane Irma.

And moved like grease lightening of of that 2.00% area briefly touched overnight and in the overseas markets and vaulted back to 2.35% with such impulse power... accompanied by upside gaps that I doubt we see 2.13% again this year, which is a key level from several Fibonacci cluster, GANN price zones as well
as it's a critical level so that the yield curve does not start to de facto invert.regarding a number of large derivative interest rate swaps geared to that level.


As George Harrison stated on his title song on his 3 lp album he put out as the Beatles broke up
in the Spring of 1970

All Things Must Pass..

the RSI and numerous momentum indicators show that the TNX are not in a topping process yet.

If the TNX can rip through 3.00%.... we are going to learn that the smart money talking about all of the
passive indexed money in stock ETF's had quite a good case they were making.

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21046It's a start anyway. Maybe it will be a trend when many new Millennial'richardred-38 minutes ago
21045 Yes, I agree there will be shake ups. RE-Blue Apron comes to mind. The recenrichardred-50 minutes ago
21044You must be a proud Dad indeed to hear and see your daughters act so well! Congrobert b furman-an hour ago
21043Wall Street Underwriters... Too many Unicorns and IPO's came public with inMs. Baby Boomer-an hour ago
21042>Part of the US's economic health is associated with its healthy banks. richardred-an hour ago
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21038Biggest Banks Pass Fed’s Stress Tests [graphic] The ability of most banks to brrichardred24 hours ago
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21022 Hi John either way is okay with me. Many times I do go back and finish lookinrichardred2last Friday
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