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Futures Flat Ahead Of Quad Witching Volume Surge

September 18, 2020 ·  · Topic: U S Dollar  · Relevance: bad

Futures Flat Ahead Of Quad Witching Volume Surge

US equity futures were flat after trading in a narrow overnight range, and European and Asian markets drifted in a volume-light session ahead of Friday’s traditionally volatile quad witching session, when the expiration of options and futures send volumes soaring as big derivatives positions roll over. As Bloomberg notes, "there may be more attention than usual after a month where the red-hot trade in tech stocks wavered and options […]

Fear Not, This Isn’t A Supply-Driven Correction

September 18, 2020 ·  · Topic: Traditional Technical Market Research  · Relevance: good

Fear Not, This Isn't A Supply-Driven Correction

Summary The latest market weakness is mainly due to a demand decline. This is far less onerous than a supply-related selling pressure increase. With new 52-week lows below normal, a market crash isn’t likely. Investors are understandably nervous as we head further into a contentious U.S. election season, especially with virus-related economic concerns weighing heavily on everyone’s mind. Each time the major stock averages show even a hint of […]

Is America Strong Enough to Confront Our Racist Past?

September 18, 2020 ·  · Topic: National Security Threats  · Relevance: bad

Is America Strong Enough to Confront Our Racist Past?

White House Photo by Andrea Hanks For the last couple of months, Donald Trump has been promising to restore patriotic education in our schools. He mentioned it during his speech at the Republican Convention, during a press conference, and at his campaign rally in Nevada this week. In the midst of his attacks on the 1619 Project—a series published by the New York Times documenting the impact of slavery […]

“They Could Have Contained It” – Outgoing US Ambassador Accuses China Of Trying To ‘Cover Up’ Wuhan COVID-19 Outbreak

September 18, 2020 ·  · Topic: National Security Threats  · Relevance: bad

Former Iowa Governor and outgoing US ambassador to China Terry Branstad had some harsh words for his one-time friend, Chinese President Xi Jinping. During an interview with CNN , Brandstad accused Xi and China of mishandling the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan which sparked a global pandemic: "What could have been contained in Wuhan ended up becoming a worldwide pandemic," Branstad said. This is one of the harshest rebukes Branstad […]

Futures Flat Ahead Of Quad Witching Volume Surge

September 18, 2020 ·  · Topic: National Security Threats  · Relevance: bad

Futures Flat Ahead Of Quad Witching Volume Surge

US equity futures were flat after trading in a narrow overnight range, and European and Asian markets drifted in a volume-light session ahead of Friday’s traditionally volatile quad witching session, when the expiration of options and futures send volumes soaring as big derivatives positions roll over. As Bloomberg notes, "there may be more attention than usual after a month where the red-hot trade in tech stocks wavered and options […]

Commerce Department Reportedly Planning To Shut Down TikTok, WeChat In The US

September 18, 2020 ·  · Topic: National Security Threats  · Relevance: bad

Commerce Department Reportedly Planning To Shut Down TikTok, WeChat In The US

With the White House still ratcheting up the pressure on ByteDance and China, Reuters has just confirmed American millennials’ worst fears: That is, if a deal for American control of TikTok isn’t completed by Sunday evening in the US, the Commerce Department will move to block any future downloads of the apps in the US. Moments later, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told journalists that WeChat – another Chinese app […]

Death, Taxes, & COVID-19: Things That Cannot Be Avoided

September 18, 2020 ·  · Topic: National Security Threats  · Relevance: bad

Death, Taxes, & COVID-19: Things That Cannot Be Avoided

Submitted by Louis-Vincent Gave of GaveKal In March, when Covid-19 began to rear its ugly head across the western world, national policy responses differed widely. Denmark was the first European country to go on full lockdown, before the virus even really emerged in the country. As soon as news broke that Italian hospitals were being overwhelmed, Denmark shut its borders (in defiance of European Union laws), and shortly after, […]

ByteDance Reportedly Has Beijing’s ‘Blessing’ For TikTok-Oracle Deal

September 18, 2020 ·  · Topic: National Security Threats  · Relevance: bad

ByteDance Reportedly Has Beijing's 'Blessing' For TikTok-Oracle Deal

As ByteDance, Oracle and the group of investors scrambled to assuage GOP China Hawks demands to ensure that the CCP will have no access to the personal data of TikTok’s 100 million American users earlier this week, we couldn’t help but wonder whether all these behind-the-curtain negotiations might be in vain. Not only has Beijing expressed its opposition to a "smash & grab" deal via Chinese state-controlled media, but […]

The Ultra Wealthy Are Selling Billions Of Dollars In Stock

September 18, 2020 ·  · Topic: Traditional Technical Market Research  · Relevance: bad

The Ultra Wealthy Are Selling Billions Of Dollars In Stock

As the market has "rebounded" off its lows back in March, the world’s super wealthy are jumping at the chance to offload billions of dollars in stock while global central banks – and most notably the Federal Reserve – keeps a bid under the market and acts as a Mr. Magoo-like counterparty. Many investors have been prompted to sell by market volatility over the last two weeks, which appears […]

VIX Uprising

September 18, 2020 ·  · Topic: Traditional Technical Market Research  · Relevance: not sure

VIX Uprising

Authored by Sven Henrich via NorthmanTrader.com, As long time readers know I’m a big fan of $VIX technical structures and compression patterns. Often dismissed as non-chartable I think we’ve successfully to put that argument to bed a long time ago . Recently in “Key Charts” I again outlined the $VIX as one of the key charts to watch and it’s been interesting to say the least here during this […]

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