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Markets Need a 30% Stock Drop or 50% Higher U.S. Yields. Or Not. (Bloomberg)

At least, that’s how it usually goes. Yet that hasn’t borne out in the U.S. stock and bond markets. The S&P 500 index is near a record high after gaining about 14 percent since the end of October.

Manhattan retail rents are falling and it's not a good sign (Business Insider)

Net effective retail rents in Manhattan have fallen 20 to 30 percent from their 2014 peak, according to a report from brokerage CBRE.

The estimate accounts for concessions, which have been on the rise across Manhattan as landlords try to keep face rents up.

Slowest Growth in Two Years Confronts Hawkish India Central Bank (Bloomberg)

A surprise slowdown in Indian growth along with record-low inflation has thrown the central bank’s hawkish monetary-policy bias into question, with some economists suggesting an interest rate cut may be back on the table.

Bitcoin, Stocks and the Fear of Missing Out (Bloomberg)

Bitcoin has been on an unbelievable run. The cryptocurrency is up around 124 percent for 2017. And that’s after it gained 125 percent in 2016. In May alone, it’s up more than 60 percent.

Commodities, Becalmed (Bloomberg)

Just before Christmas 2008, WTI crude futures soared almost 18 percent in a day. As recently as last November, the contract was able to climb 9.3 percent on the back of OPEC announcing production cuts. Back in June 2014, soybeans fell 19 percent in one session; three months later, sugar prices jumped 14 percent.

To forecast share returns, count buy-backs as well as dividends (The Economist)

What is the point of buying shares? Ultimately investors must hope that the cash they receive from the company will offer an attractive long-term return.

Chance of a recession by 2022 is 70 percent, according to this major investment firm (The Washington Post)

Investors should be on guard for a recession in the next five years by stockpiling cash for the day when stocks

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Markets Need a 30% Stock Drop or 50% Higher U.S. Yields. Or Not. (Bloomberg)

At least, that’s how it usually goes. Yet that hasn’t borne out in the U.S. stock and bond markets. The S&P 500 index is near a record high after gaining about 14 percent since the end of October. Meanwhile global bonds have rallied for five straight months, the longest stretch to start a year since 2003. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield, at 2.20 percent, is close to its 2017 low.

There’s a New Way to Control Inflation (Bloomberg)

The Federal Reserve would never get a medal in archery. Since January 2012, when it publicly adopted a target of 2 percent for annual inflation, it has undershot in 59 of 63 months. John Williams, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, believes there’s a way to help the institution improve its aim.

The pound is falling after a new poll predicted a hung parliament (Business Insider)

The pound is falling against the euro and dollar on Wednesday after a new poll suggested that next week's election could return a hung parliament.

Stocks just got a majorly bullish signal (Business Insider)

US consumer sentiment has proved fickle in recent decades, gyrating unexpectedly and generally keeping investors on their toes.

Oil prices extend losses as concern grows over still-heavy (Market Watch)

Oil futures slid anew on Wednesday, underscoring investors’ belief that the extended production caps by major producers and the summer driving season in the U.S. won’t do much to crimp still-heavy global supplies.

Corporate America investing in itself is going to be what powers stocks higher (Business Insider)

When it comes to boosting stock prices, few things are more important than the willingness of companies to invest in themselves.

This is the future of investing, and you probably can't afford it (Business Insider)

Big money investors have always sought an edge. Everything from star traders to fast computers to unique analysis can give a big hedge fund an advantage over competitors. The latest battleground is data.

Red-hot tech stocks are getting a boost from an unexpected source (Business…
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Financial Markets and Economy

ECB to discuss closing door to extra stimulus next week – sources (Reuters)

European Central Bank policymakers are set to take a more benign view of the economy when they meet on June 8 and will even discuss dropping some of their pledges to ramp up stimulus if needed, four sources with direct knowledge of the discussions told Reuters.

Singapore Wage-Growth at Lowest Since 2009 Global Crisis: Chart (Bloomberg)

Wages in Singapore grew last year at the slowest pace since the 2009 global financial crisis, reflecting a weak labor market and sliding profits in the city state.

Japan's Budget Furniture King Discounted His Way to a Fortune (Bloomberg)

Embarrassed by the recall of thousands of kitchenware pots after they appeared to leak lead when heated, Japan’s discount-furniture king, Akio Nitori, took an unusual step. He hired a team of auto industry engineers to revamp his quality assurance and testing division.

U.S. companies no longer know rules of game under Trump, Hasbro director says (Reuters)

Confusion surrounding the trade policies of U.S. President Donald Trump's administration means U.S. companies no longer know the rules of the game, a board member and former CEO of toymaker Hasbro (HAS.O) told an international conference on Monday.

China Factory Gauge Holds Up as Global Economic Outlook Improves (Bloomberg)

Manufacturing purchasing managers index remained at 51.2 for a second straight month in May, compared with a median estimate of 51 in a Bloomberg survey of economists.

STOCKS DO NOTHING: Here's what you need to know (Business Insider)

Trump tweets at Germany. "We have a MASSIVE trade deficit with Germany, plus they pay FAR LESS than they should on NATO & military," the US president tweeted. "Very bad for U.S. This will change." Trump has repeatedly criticized trade deficits and members of NATO for not hitting the agreed-upon threshold of 2% of gross-domestic-product spending toward defense.

A Wall Street bank just issued the most dire prediction yet about US shopping malls (Business Insider)

About a quarter of US malls will likely close within the next five years, according to a new prediction from Credit Suisse. 

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Financial Markets and Economy

Swedish Growth Slows at Start of 2017 as Exporters Struggle (Bloomberg)

Sweden’s economy slowed at the start of the year as exports struggled to maintain momentum, dulling a housing-fueled investment and consumption boom in the largest Nordic economy.

Europe Risks Weigh on Stocks; Crude, Gold Retreat: Markets Wrap (Bloomberg)

European stocks fell and the euro struggled against the dollar as investors were reminded of a few of the challenges still faced by the world’s biggest single market. Oil joined a wider selloff in commodities.

A Little Bit of Sunshine Sends European Gas Prices Tumbling (Bloomberg)

Mean temperatures in northwest Europe are set to be more than 20 degrees Celsius (68 Fahrenheit) this weekend, 5 degrees above the 10-year average. Same-day gas in the U.K., a European benchmark market, has fallen for eight sessions, its longest declining streak in almost a decade.

French Growth Revised Up on Strong Investment; Confidence Jumps (Bloomberg)

France’s economy grew more than originally estimated at the start of the year as corporate investment surged, the latest signs that President Emmanuel Macron has taken power at a time of recovery.

France is upping the stakes in the battle for London's €930 billion a day clearing business (Business Insider)

One of the most senior officials in European central banking has staked France's claim to attract the lucrative euro clearing business after Brexit, saying he can't see how operations can be allowed to stay in the UK once it has left the EU.

Starting a Bank Is This British Town’s Solution to Funding Cuts (Bloomberg)

You smell Warrington before you see it — thanks to the huge Unilever NV plant that cranks out scented laundry detergent by the ton. And if you blink, you may not even see it at all.

Market Pessimism on OPEC Deal Lingers (Bloomberg)

Bloomberg's Tracy Alloway discusses the price, production and inventories of oil.

Deutsche Bank is making a big bet on the future of finance (Business Insider)

Deutsche Bank

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Financial Markets and Economy

U.S. stock futures inch higher ahead of packed data week (Market Watch)

U.S. stock futures posted mild gains in holiday-thinned trade on Monday, ahead of a heavy week on the data front including consumer-confidence and nonfarm-payrolls numbers.

China's Industrial Profits Rise 14% as Global Trade Improves (Bloomberg)

Industrial profits climbed to 572.8 billion yuan ($83.6 billion) last month, the National Bureau of Statistics said Saturday. That compares with a jump of 23.8 percent in March, and an 8.5 percent increase last year.

With stocks and bonds looking pricey, investors see little that’s appetizing (Market Watch)

For years, a key driver for U.S. stocks has been the idea that, no matter what potential headwinds there may be, they were more attractive than bonds. But now, with major equity indexes at records and valuations stretched by many metrics, that argument has become less compelling.

Pound rebounds after suffering biggest loss in 4 months (Market Watch)

The pound moved firmly higher on Monday, rebounding after its worst loss in four months logged last week on concerns that the upcoming general election in the U.K. will be tighter than most people expected.

Iconic hedge fund manager Seth Klarman says investors are missing huge risks (Business Insider)

An iconic hedge fund manager says investors are misperceiving risks in the markets — at a time when markets are hitting historic highs.

Baupost Group's Seth Klarman laid out his concerns in April in a client letter, a copy of which was reviewed by Business Insider.

Euro slips on Greece bailout, Italian vote concerns; stocks drift (Reuters)

The euro came under pressure on Tuesday after a media report that Greece may forego its next bailout payment if creditors cannot strike a debt relief deal, while Asian stocks were shackled by holidays in some regional markets and the United States and UK.

Cooling Real Estate Dents Canadian Consumer Confidence (Bloomberg)

Canadians became less confident this month about housing and prospects for the economy amid the troubles of a Toronto mortgage lender,

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Financial Markets and Economy

This is the one thing veterans want you to know about Memorial Day (Business Insider)

Do not thank me for my service because today is not about me at all.

That's what a number of fellow military veterans said, when I asked what they wanted people to know about Memorial Day.

"It's not about us," said Staff Sgt. Jay Arnold, a soldier with the Illinois Army National Guard. "It's about those who went before us."

European Stocks Steady; Italian Banks Fall After Renzi Comments (Bloomberg)

European stocks were steady while shares in Italy’s banks dropped along with the country’s bonds after comments from former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi sparked concerns that an early election is possible.

Hong Kong Throngs of Thousands Defy Bid to Cool Home Market (Bloomberg)

Snaking queues of thousands of prospective apartment buyers in Hong Kong signaled authorities have made no progress in cooling a red-hot property market, where prices are at records.

China's Xi says need to move to greener economic growth: state media (Reuters)

China needs to shift away from over-reliance on heavy industries, large-scale and careless expansion, and the depletion of the country's natural resources, President Xi Jinping said on Saturday, according to state media.

Dubai Stocks Trading at the Cheapest This Year Amid Oil Woes (Bloomberg)

Dubai stocks are trading at the cheapest level since November as the one-year forward price-to-earnings ratio for its main stock gauge falls near nine times. 

Iron ore has lost 40% in 3 months and is now back below $60 a tonne (Business Insider Australia)

Iron ore spot markets were hammered yet again on Friday, falling heavily ahead of a long weekend in China.

Draghi Says Eurozone Still Needs Substantial ECB Stimulus (The Wall Street Journal)

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi warned Monday that it is too early to start winding down the bank’s large monetary stimulus, striking a cautious note in his last public comments before the ECB’s June policy meeting.

Japan's demographic time bomb is a bad omen for
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Financial Markets and Economy

A definitive breakdown of the gloomy state on Wall Street (Business Insider)

While Wall Street bank revenues appeared to bounce back in the first quarter of 2017, with banks posting strong results in fixed income trading in particular, industry-wide revenues were still down on the same period from 2012 to 2015. 

Vietnam's Prime Minister Says He's Confident of 6.7% Growth Goal (Bloomberg)

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said he is confident economic growth this year will meet a goal of 6.7 percent without adding to inflation, despite weak expansion last quarter.

Early China Data Shows Slowdown Biting Amid Credit Tightening (Bloomberg)

The first hints of China’s economic performance this month suggest that a slowdown in growth is taking hold, as policy makers beef up efforts to clamp down on financial risks.

Beyond Batteries: Other Ways to Capture and Store Energy (The Wall Street Journal)

Unlike oil, which can be stored in tanks, and natural gas, which can be kept in underground caverns, electricity has been a challenge to bottle.

This is the future of investing, and you probably can't afford it (Business Insider)

Big money investors have always sought an edge. Everything from star traders to fast computers to unique analysis can give a big hedge fund an advantage over competitors. The latest battleground is data.

Jobs report; ExxonMobil's big meeting; Earnings season winds down (CNN)

A strong report could bolster the case for another interest rate hike. The Federal Reserve has already said it will likely raise rates in June -- a sign it's confident in the economy's health. The Fed last triggered a hike in March.

A legendary hedge fund that raised $5 billion in 24 hours expects 'all hell to break loose' (Business Insider)

A hedge fund led by an investing legend expects "all hell to break loose."

Billionaire Paul Singer's Elliott Management, which raised $5 billion in less than 24 hours earlier this month, says it has been building up its cash reserve to deploy during future market turmoil.

Asian markets shrug off latest North Korean missile test (Market Watch)

Global equity markets had

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Financial Markets and Economy

Oversold: Oil traders punish OPEC for promising too much (Reuters)

VIENNA As OPEC's latest meeting wrapped up in Vienna on Thursday night, ministers congratulated each other on its rare spirit of amity and consensus. The talks were, without a doubt, a success.

Here’s what Trump’s head of the FDA wants to do about high drug prices (Business Insider)

Food and Drug Administration commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb has a plan to tackle high drug prices. 

"Simply put, too many patients are priced out of the medicines they need," Gottlieb said Thursday at the FDA's budget hearing.

HENRY BLODGET: Bitcoin could go to $1 million (or fall to $0) (Business Insider)

Henry Blodget discusses this week's bitcoin rally, and how the virtual currency could just as easily go to $1 million as it could fall to $0. Blodget has been covering bitcoin for several years, and has maintained the view that ultimately, it has no intrinsic value.

Atlanta Fed pares U.S. second-quarter GDP growth estimate to 3.7 percent (Reuters)

The U.S. economy is expected to expand at a 3.7 percent annualized pace in the second quarter based on reports released earlier this week that showed decreases in new and existing home sales in April, the Atlanta Federal Reserve's GDP Now forecast model showed on Friday.

Big auto lender only checked 8% of applicants' incomes (CNN)

Alarm bells are ringing because one of the largest subprime auto lenders in the nation — Santander Consumer USA — only checked the incomes of 8% of its applicants, according to a new report from Moody's Investors Service. Subprime refers to loans made to people with poor credit.

The SEC's Credibility GAAP (Bloomberg)

The Securities and Exchange Commission is letting a number of large companies get away with questionable accounting based on some pretty lame excuses.

Trump's ignorance of the auto industry is terrifying (Business Insider)

Donald Trump sold himself as a presidential candidate who understood business, but since his victory he has demonstrated a frighteningly narrow grasp of modern, globalized industries.

The latest example? His comments on Germany's automakers.

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Financial Markets and Economy

Hedge Fund Billionaire Paul Singer: If Trump Agenda Fails, a Recession Could Follow (Fortune)

Market watchers who thought the stock market would drop if Donald Trump were elected were burned following his win: markets rose to new highs instead.

U.S. inflation path since 2012 is worrisome, policymaker says (Reuters)

The current level of U.S. prices is noticeably lower than what it would be if the Federal Reserve had delivered on its 2-percent inflation target, St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard said, calling the trend "worrisome."

Why Americans Aren’t Hitting the Road This Summer (The Wall Street Journal)

This weekend marks the beginning of summer driving season, and Americans should be packing up and hitting the road.

U.S. Consumer Sentiment Signals Gains in Spending Remain Likely (Bloomberg)

U.S. consumer sentiment holding near post-election highs reflects an improved outlook on wages and indicates spending is poised to rebound, though a partisan gap persists, University of Michigan survey data showed Friday.

Incredible photos give a totally unexpected perspective into how the 1% lives (Business Insider)

It's no secret that the wealth gap between the top one-percent and the rest of the global population is continuing to grow. 

A study conducted by Oxfam and released this year shows that just eight men, with a combined net worth of $426 billion, share the same amount of wealth as the poorest half of the world.

This top-heavy rally is built on 5 big tech stocks, but here’s why that’s not a worry (Market Watch)

Traders this morning look content to let the S&P 500 nab a weekly gain, though not everyone is happy as a three-day break draws oh-so-close.

Google For Jobs: Potential To Disrupt The $200 Billion Recruiting Industry (Forbes)

The Bureau of Labor Statistics show that 20-24% of Americans change jobs every year (ADP global research says it's 27%), which means more than 41 million people are searching for jobs and being recruited into jobs every single year (in the US alone).

Melania Trump wore a coat that costs more than most Americans earn in a year (Business Insider)

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U.S. stocks scale new peaks on retailer results; oil falls (Reuters)

Two top U.S. equity indexes scaled record peaks on Thursday after strong earnings reports from retailers, outpacing European shares which were little changed, while oil prices plunged after top crude producers extended output cuts for a shorter period than expected.

Hedge Funds Squeezed by World's Highest Rents Are Moving Out (Bloomberg)

Benjamin Fuchs raised eyebrows five years ago when he opened his hedge fund next to a place selling live chickens in Hong Kong’s hustling, bustling Tin Hau neighborhood.

China's Downgrade Could Lead to a Mountain of Debt (Bloomberg)

The downgrade of China’s debt by Moody’s Investors Service may push Chinese companies to borrow even more money from domestic banks as overseas debt becomes more expensive, increasing risks for the nation’s finance industry.

OPEC, non-OPEC extend oil output cut by nine months to fight glut (Reuters)

OPEC and non-members led by Russia decided on Thursday to extend cuts in oil output by nine months to March 2018 as they battle a global glut of crude after seeing prices halve and revenues drop sharply in the past three years.

China Hitches Yuan to the Dollar, Buying Rare Calm (The Wall Street Journal)

China’s central bank is effectively anchoring the yuan to the dollar, a policy twist that has helped stabilize the currency in a year of political transition and market jitters about China’s economic management.

Data Mining to Find Tax Cheaters (Bloomberg)

Driven by fear of prison and scandal, tens of thousands of Americans who hid money offshore have taken an amnesty deal offered by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service since 2009.

Investors are pouring billions into the hottest part of the stock market (Business Insider)

No area of the stock market has been hotter than tech since the election, and it seems investors still haven't gotten their fill.

They poured $1.8 billion into the largest exchange-traded fund tracking the sector on Tuesday, the biggest single-day inflow since September 2010.

Bitcoin blew past its record and soared to $2,800 in just a few hours — and now it's plunging (Business Insider)…
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Why marijuana fans should not see approval for epilepsy drug as a win for weed

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Why marijuana fans should not see approval for epilepsy drug as a win for weed

Small vials of CBD, which some believe could be a cure for many ailments. Roxana Gonzalez/

Courtesy of Timothy Welty, Drake University

A Food and Drug Administration panel recommended approval of a drug made of cannabidiol on Ap...

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Why marijuana fans should not see approval for epilepsy drug as a win for weed

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Why marijuana fans should not see approval for epilepsy drug as a win for weed

Small vials of CBD, which some believe could be a cure for many ailments. Roxana Gonzalez/

Courtesy of Timothy Welty, Drake University

A Food and Drug Administration panel recommended approval of a drug made of cannabidiol on Ap...

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IRD: "The System Will Have To Collapse"

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.


The public pension fund system is approaching apocalypse.  Earlier this week teachers who are part of the Colorado public pension system (PERA) staged a walk-out protest over proposed changes to the plan, including raising the percentage contribution to the fund by current payees and raising the retirement age. PERA backed off but ignoring the obvious problem will not make it go away.

Every public...

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Digital Currencies

"The House Always Wins": These Funds Made A Killing As Bitcoin Plunged

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Volatility, neutral exposure and market making can still pay - at least for crypto hedge funds.

Despite the fact that cryptos have collapsed across the board so far in 2018, one investing axiom still holds true to this day: the house always wins. Those who have been making a market, keeping neutral net exposure and benefiting from exotic methods of trading cryptocurrencies have continued to have a positive year this year despite the fact that a lot of the underlying cryptocurrency assets have had a terrible year.


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Insider Scoop

Cowen Says The Big Sell-Off In Skechers Is A Buying Opportunity

Courtesy of Benzinga.

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Chart School

Short Opportunity II

Courtesy of Declan.

The first chance for a short play got burned but there is a second one on offer for the S&P.

The S&P tagged channel resistance and while today's reversal off resistance didn't amount to a big percentage loss it did register as a distribution day. There wasn't any significant technical change so if this short does evolve it will do so with risk measured on a move above 2,717.

The Nasdaq may match a 'bearish evening star' but if this is the case there has to be a significant move lower tomor...

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Buffett At His Best

By csinvesting. Originally published at ValueWalk.

Bear with me as I share a bit of my history that helped me create SkyVu and the Battle Bears games. The University of Nebraska gave me my first job after college. I mostly pushed TV carts around, edited videos for professors or the occasional speaker event. One day, Warren Buffet came to campus to speak to the College of Business. I didn’t think much of this speech at the time but I saved it for some reason. 15 years later, as a founder of my own company, I watch and listen to this particular speech every year to remind myself of the fundamentals and values Mr. Buffett looks for. He’s addressing business students at his alma mater, so I think his style here is a bit more ‘close to home’ than in his other speeches. Hopefully many of you find great value in this video like I have. Sorry for the VHS...

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The Stock Bull Market Stops Here!


The Stock Bull Market Stops Here!

Courtesy of Kimble Charting


The definition of a bull market or bull trends widely vary. One of the more common criteria for bull markets is determined by the asset being above or below its 200 day moving average.

In my humble opinion, each index above remains in a bull trend, as triple support (200-day moving averages, 2-year rising support lines, and February lows) are still in play ...

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Members' Corner

Cambridge Analytica and the 2016 Election: What you need to know (updated)


"If you want to fundamentally reshape society, you first have to break it." ~ Christopher Wylie

[Interview: Cambridge Analytica whistleblower: 'We spent $1m harvesting millions of Facebook profiles' – video]

"You’ve probably heard by now that Cambridge Analytica, which is backed by the borderline-psychotic Mercer family and was formerly chaired by Steve Bannon, had a decisive role in manipulating voters on a one-by-one basis – using their own personal data to push them toward voting ...

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Mapping The Market

The tricks propagandists use to beat science

Via Jean-Luc

How propagandist beat science – they did it for the tobacco industry and now it's in favor of the energy companies:

The tricks propagandists use to beat science

The original tobacco strategy involved several lines of attack. One of these was to fund research that supported the industry and then publish only the results that fit the required narrative. “For instance, in 1954 the TIRC distributed a pamphlet entitled ‘A Scientific Perspective on the Cigarette Controversy’ to nearly 200,000 doctors, journalists, and policy-makers, in which they emphasized favorable research and questioned results supporting the contrary view,” say Weatherall and co, who call this approach biased production.

A second approach promoted independent research that happened to support ...

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Swing trading portfolio - week of September 11th, 2017

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This post is for all our live virtual trade ideas and daily comments. Please click on "comments" below to follow our live discussion. All of our current  trades are listed in the spreadsheet below, with entry price (1/2 in and All in), and exit prices (1/3 out, 2/3 out, and All out).

We also indicate our stop, which is most of the time the "5 day moving average". All trades, unless indicated, are front-month ATM options. 

Please feel free to participate in the discussion and ask any questions you might have about this virtual portfolio, by clicking on the "comments" link right below.

To learn more about the swing trading virtual portfolio (strategy, performance, FAQ, etc.), please click here ...

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Mid-Day Update

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