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|The world's key trading authority provides hope to a post-Brexit Britain
|As I understand it, she is 74, he 53. A most unusual fellow....
Here's his TEC talk: aging is merely a disease
|With obesity levels seen in my local MKS, that would really surprise me.
Take a look at a pic of Aubrey's other half, if he is still with the same lady,
then imagine the 500 year old projection ).|
Perhaps, all the more surprising since, "Domestic equity mutual funds saw their largest weekly outflow (-$16.3 bln) since August 2011 last week."
And there have been lesser outflows for several months.
|"But some optimistic researchers such as Aubrey de Grey now argue that the first person to live to 500 has already been born."
I'm in the 'levellers' group, but if life expectancy does continue to expand the societal changes will be profound.
|Is this 6 consecutive Q's of SPX mean earning declines and still US markets
have not cracked, that is remarkable.
CAT lowered guidance for the third time this year and their SP
is significantly higher than January '16 levels.
From memory most US earning recessions last approx 7 or 8 quaters,
yet this looks more like a cycle high than low.|
Dow keeps hammering down on its support in the 18050 to 18100 area and then bouncing back. - but only as far as the downsloping resistance line. What's your view on the next move? Will it break down eventually?|
|Ha ha,they have always done it.......!
Talking about some 5 guinea pieces
'The coins, made out of treasure captured by the British fleet, were struck in 1703 as part of a propaganda campaign to detract attention from the British failure at Cadiz the previous year.
The treasure was delivered through London and received at the Royal Mint by then Master of the Mint, Sir Isaac Newton.'|
|Its got to relate to who gets in at the US election surely?
If C gets in I might be buying back for a quick buck anyway.
|I have sold SMT.
Felt a bit of a wrench but surely things can't go on rising relentlessly?
Bit by bit anything in profit is going.
Keeping PRSM PROX and some gold stocks and a few small bits that are not worth selling.|
|$ shortage - excellent article
|"but also aware that a Clinton win and seasonality could combine to push the market higher into the year end."
Ptolemy - 06 Oct 2016 - 18:09:19 - 61602 of 62111 I think we're in the last (5th) leg and it will terminate soon, but if I'm wrong it means we're in the 3rd leg and the sideways meandering could go on to post US elections.
Yes, a 'holding pattern' for a couple more weeks and then a b/o to the upside looking favourite.|
|Its still there - perhaps a bit less correlated & timely than is useful
(using 3x short eurusd as proxy for 3x long dxy)|
The DOLLAR/GOLD inverse relationship is of course well known.
Occasionally they might break away from that scenario.|
|hosede - exactly. Reserve currencies are the worlds working capital, and none more so than USD. As they become more scarce business becomes more difficult. This is also a function of the Fed tightening money supply.
I am becoming more negative as company announcements continue to disappoint, but also aware that a Clinton win and seasonality could combine to push the market higher into the year end. We get a rate hike in December and start of 2017 could be very rocky. This is my tentative game plan anyway.|
|Debt issued by banks is mainly in USD so (a) debtors need USD to repay the debt and (b) when the debt is repaid to the bank USD are destroyed|
|China is managing its currency down against USD in a slow and steady manner, for which we should all be thankful. Kyle Bass and Hugh Hendry have to an extent been portrayed as being on opposite sides, but I don't think they were asked the same question. Hendry said the world is over if China does a bulk devaluation, but also pointed out that they have devalued when people weren't noticing. They have stair cased over a 10% drop since end 2014, and RMB/USD is now at 2010 levels. The flat line of the 2008/9 is well in sight. I don't see an obvious reason why this can't continue.|
|I thought hosede meant that as debt was paid off/written off, the amount of USD in circulation would fall, leading to an appreciation in value. I think this is why we should expect $gold to fall in value during Dollar deflation, assuming the gold/dollar inverse relationship continues.|
|Agree hosede as people liquidate their holdings they exchange them for US$.
Eventually reserve currency likely to change but these things take a long time.
Re shortage of USD, Mr. P (in contrast to many others) has always maintained that the USD would rise not fall with debt deflation because most of the world's debt is denominated in it.|
|Exceptionally bad, I'm afraid. No hot water, limited heating and a no-choice breakfast of cold sausage and egg.|
|Ptolemy, the service in that hotel just have been exceptional! ).|
|Pretty much agree with everything he says...
|Despite threatening not to post, I have to!
Carney backtracking, the remoaners going
to have trouble swallowing their porridge tomorrow!
You have to laugh, or cry really at the ineptitude of the elite.|