Goes down literally without exception, no matter what occurs.
Yes to what? 1100??? I still say we never go under 2000
Close at 13 cents the last trading day of 2015. The markets are in permanent rally mode now- nothing matters and nothing can ever make the market drop again.
Let's put some numbers on that. I am saying S&P never goes under 2000 again and hits 5,000 by 2025. What's your prediction?
Remember, the market no longer reflects reality in any way!
Sorry folks, it is what it is.
Make no mistake, it won't happen in the next 100 years, and market participants are starting to figure it out which is why you see this incredibly aggressive dip buying.
Just remarkable, almost 4 years without a 10% correction even with a Shiller p/e of 27. You have to give it to Yellen here, she deserves our adulation.
The short VXX long GM trade is still intact. Short every single spike in VXX and buy every single dip in GM no matter how small. Does anyone really think the class action suits against GM will be allowed to go forward?
You got it buddy- the numbers mean nothing. I have continued to aggressively buy any dips in GM and XIV as the Fed will never take its foot off the market. S&P is up 20+++ points since pre market, looks like someone got wind of the Fed announcement early.
Which hedge is it? UVXY? TZA? Whatever it is, dump it. You are 100% correct, we won't see over 1% Fed rate for 25-50 years at the outside. Maybe they go to 0.5% at the most.
TVIX will be 1 penny in 18 months.
There is none. Nobody is going to appreciate a nasty fall in stocks, it would wreck her career. They won't raise to even 2% in the next 50 years.
Exactly. That's why I am leveraged long GM, XIV, and some other names. Yellen is 100% committed to this bubble, it cannot be allowed to fail, damage to the real economy is acceptable collateral damage.
No question about it, she is absolutely sacrificing the future of this nation. It's as simple or complex as that. She cannot, and will not, raise rates to a reasonable level because the market would crash.
I'm thinking we see a weak economy, low interest rates, and a thriving stock market for at least 100 years from now.
IMO there is no recovery in the real economy because inflation is 3-4%, not zero.