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Hi, I will be using this thread as a notebook and a place to centralize many of my web-Site charts that I have been posting on different threads on SI.

This should enable me to streamline and send the different folks I talk with on SI over here, to check out A specific chart or my comments on a market that I have mentioned elsewhere.

I will be using a variety of Technical analysis approaches as well as examining some fundamental and Economic trends that are occurring Globally.

We'll have lots of discussion on the US stock and Bond markets, but I will occasionally have some Observations and thoughts on a variety of Global Capital Markets.

I have worked with the FX markets for a number of years, and it's my belief that movements in currency-cross rates and changes in interest rate differentials among the major currencies that act as the catalyst for in significant shifts in the Global Flow of Funds.

This Global Flow of Funds and the direction in which capital moves then precipitates moves in different Global Debt and Equity Markets, As Global capital effortlessly prints around the world, to take advantage of the ongoing battle of Risk vs. Reward

The Thai Baht devaluation of July 2nd, 1997 is thought by many to be the initial catalyst for the round of currency weakness on the Asian Pacific Rim.

The weakened currencies, then lead to significant moves in bond and equity
Markets around the world. Culminating with the Bankruptcy of Russia and the Bankruptcy of Long-Term Capital, which did not expect Credit, spreads on Global Debt to expand to such extremes Against US Treasuries.

In fact we had a Stock Market crash in Hong Kong in 1997, and then serious declines in Latin America And many other emerging markets. As well as a significant stock market decline in the US market during Q2 and Q3 of 1998.

This new Millenium will undoubtedly provide plenty of volatility and topics to explore
As time goes on. I will also be doing some minor tutorials for a few friends such as
Tom, Mike, AntMan, etc.

Having the Nasd move full 4 standard deviations above it's 200 DMA this past Month, the first time this has occurred in a major mature market, is just the tip of the iceberg in term of some of the market developments that I'll be exploring.

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18765Fund’s $600 Million Lost Week Captivates Traders Decline of Catalyst Hedged FuJohn P2Saturday
18764OX Yes that web site is very good readingDon Green-last Friday
18763If anyone doesn't know the pit falls of VXX - they should read this, as the The Ox1last Friday
18762VIX vs CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) Futures /XV I follow both of these on the sDon Green-last Thursday
18761HI Ox, very good article. The VIX has a low average over the last 200 tradiJohn P1last Thursday
18760OX Thanks for posting this article, this is exactly what I was looking for. Don Green-last Thursday
18759 Wall Street’s ‘fear index’ is on track for the biggest two-dayThe Ox1last Thursday
18758hi don, keep in a relative mindset rising 11% off of A MULTI YEAR LOW STREAK. robert b furman1last Wednesday
18757Thanks John for the important clarification. Perhaps Bloomberg has an axe to gSlumdog-last Wednesday
18756Hi OX, the crude futures open interest has expanded to be as large as it was whJohn P1last Wednesday
18755John Thank you for your explanation, The reason I asked is because this is noDon Green-last Wednesday
18754Hi Don, with the implied volatility of options being so low, you have market opJohn P3last Wednesday
18753Is there anyone would like to try to explain what occurs in the market to make tDon Green-last Wednesday
18752Crude oil prices pulled back on Wednesday, reversing gains made in the New York The Ox-last Wednesday
18751" We are all very lucky to know some one who has studied the market so long3bar-last Wednesday
18750Hi 3bar, Not so far. I use chief's clx to determine when to sell puts on trobert b furman1last Wednesday
18749Bob do you ever try to catch a top and buy those dividend payers back on a da_ch3bar-last Wednesday
18748Getting a home loan is similar to buying stocks on margin, and probably more risElroy-last Wednesday
18747I would run that one by my esteemed and wise friend Mr. Robert Furman.......... John P-last Wednesday
18746<i>Margin works great for day traders and is often a killer for those who Elroy1last Wednesday
18745Slumdog... Bllomberg's analysis on the reason for US debt sales is incorrectJohn P1last Wednesday
18744Debt is a very useful option for many businesses and, depending on the circumstaThe Ox2last Wednesday
18743Hi Bob. I agree, and when you think about vacuum chambers. Think about this. richardred-last Wednesday
18742Looks like you found the way rob . I went the speculative root . Up and down reg3bar-last Tuesday
18741Hi richardred, I'm really not the kind of guy to say "I told you so, brobert b furman1last Tuesday
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