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Lowest Volume Day Of Year Ends With Hindenburg Omen

S&P futures volume was the lowest of 2013 for a non-holiday-related day (35% below last year’s volume and 40% below recent average volume). NYSE volume the second lowest of the year. Tech and Staples managed small gains on the day but homebuilders … Continue reading

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Another Definition of Insanity

At what point will people come to the realization that the stock market, bond market and precious metals exchanges are being manipulated? The NYSE is reaching new highs daily on bad economic news. I would have expected all bank stocks … Continue reading

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What Happens to A Stock Exchange Without Federal Reserve POMO Manipulation?

The Federal Reserve’s POMO policy has been artificially driving up the US stock exchanges for years. The NYSE is reaching new highs daily (not adjusted for inflation) without any supporting financial data. The volume of stocks sold (normally known as … Continue reading

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So Who Is Buying Stock?

Maybe the better question is who has already sold stocks and left the market. It would be interesting to see an overlay of this graph with the Fed’s POMO policy volume. David DeGerolamo NYSE Matched Volume Drops To New Decade … Continue reading

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I Am Not Buying It…

I am not buying the news concerning a NYSE disaster backup plan. Any event which would shutdown the New York Stock Exchange would be temporary in nature according to this report. With the “test” high frequency trades (HFTs) seen over … Continue reading

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The Perfect Storm: For Hackers to Collapse Our Stock Market

Update: It appears that the NYSE has reconsidered the consequences of only closing floor trading and closed the markets completely for Monday and possibly Tuesday. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2012-10-28/all-us-equity-markets-closed-monday-due-sandy ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The New York Stock Exchange and Mercantile Exchange has cancelled floor trading due … Continue reading

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Are You Worried About the Collapse of the US Dollar?

  1/20/09 (currency vs. the value of the USD) 9/14/12 (currency vs.the value of the USD)  Difference  Gain or Loss  Swiss Franc 1.14 0.93 -$0.21 18.54%  Chinese Won 1.36 1.13 -$0.23 17.07%  Canadian Dollar  1.26 0.97 -$0.29 22.97%  British Pound … Continue reading

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NYSE Reports 50% Drop In August Stock Trading Volume

Last August, a 400 point move in the DJIA was the norm. This August, a 50+ point drop in the second coming of the “Balls to the Wall” DJIA was the green light for sheer market panic. While unknown if … Continue reading

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Why Is Eastman Kodak’s Bankruptcy Important?

The graph below represents the price of Eastman Kodak stock since January 3rd, 2012. The spike to over 80¢ per share occurred on news that the company might be filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The bars indicate the volume of … Continue reading

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Anonymous Attack on Wall Street Fizzled

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The much anticipated (by occupiers) attack on the NYSE from Anonymous was only able to impact traffic for two minutes in today’s trading. Trading was not affected and the “war” seemed to have been only a brief skirmish. David DeGerolamo … Continue reading

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An Alarming Trend

The following snapshot from CNN-Money today shows an alarming trend over the past five days that we have not seen since October 2008. Notice the decline of the overall NYSE Dow Industrial Average at the end of each trading session: What … Continue reading

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