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From: The Ox5/21/2020 10:10:16 AM
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I can't help but wonder about how the market is viewing the world at the moment. I know this ETF has very little volume but it's amazing to think that it's tracking the performance of investment-grade commercial mortgage-backed securities. I know this is an area where the FED is buying everything in sight but for it to be exactly where it was before the March swoon seems a bit "overpriced" to this observer.


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From: The Ox5/21/2020 10:18:23 AM
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schrts.co

VIX still showing plenty of fear, even as it's winding down. SPX has recovered 65% of it's fall.

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From: The Ox6/10/2020 11:43:39 AM
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Awesome set of charts:

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What really stands out for me is in the first chart, how high the NYSE advance/decline ratio has just reached. Conflicted between how bullish this looks and how it also may be indicating how frothy this market has become. More and more I hear the talking heads stating how we're now pricing in 2022 and beyond.

Ok... we'll see. The trend is your friend until it isn't. Not sure we've reached balloon levels but the speed of the advance is a bit of a concern. Since the market is a "beauty contest", we know what happens if there's a reason to believe we've overpriced the current environment (see Feb 2020).

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From: Sultan6/10/2020 11:23:49 PM
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To: Sultan who wrote (5791)6/10/2020 11:49:12 PM
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That is an awesome cartoon!

LOL, RtS

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To: Sultan who wrote (5791)6/11/2020 3:23:53 PM
From: Robert O
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what's extra funny too is that the bull is so loaded his head is near horizontal to the surface, plus if you look closely he's still properly (a friend told me how this works) pressing closed one nostril with his hoof for the next line.

would be even funnier tho if he was using a rolled up hundred dollar bill... just like the real wall streeters! only opportunity missed.


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From: Sultan6/11/2020 10:56:20 PM
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Robin Williams ..


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From: The Ox6/16/2020 10:13:15 AM
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wired.com

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I dug up his email and wrote to him. “It must be a strange sensation,” I said, “to have been terribly right about something you didn't want to be right about.”
When he called me the next afternoon, the US had just passed 4,000 cases of Covid-19, and Wolfe sounded beleaguered. “Right now I'm a little bit—what's the right word for it—overwhelmed,” he said. But he seemed decidedly unenthusiastic about discussing his own prescience. “I'm not interested in Monday morning quarterbacking,” he said. “If you are the person who says the sky is falling and it falls, you definitely feel like saying ‘Why didn't people listen to me?’ But there are a lot of people saying the sky is falling about other things, and it doesn't.”

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From: Sultan6/16/2020 6:33:35 PM
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This is a bit of bummer.. Thread..

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To: Sultan who wrote (5796)6/16/2020 6:45:22 PM
From: The Ox
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There are too many issues with this situation, hard to know where to start. Tragic, for sure and as good intentioned as it was for this person to "share" on Twitter, is that really a proper way to handle a situation like this one?

Giving out only a fraction of the information just leaves me with too many questions. About this person, the young man, the family, why anyone would kill themselves over money, who raised him and how was he raised, and on and on....

wow.

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