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dc CB 22:27 GMT April 25, 2018
FANG Landia Today

FB rpts = Boffo
FACEBOOK 1Q REV. $11.97B, EST. $11.41B
FACEBOOK 1Q EPS $1.69, EST. $1.35,

INCREASES BUYBACK BY $9BN
Facebook effective tax rate: 11%

Two-thirds of the entire population of the US and Canada supposedly logs in to Facebook at least once a month

GVI Forex Blog 21:50 GMT April 25, 2018
Chart Points: Free Forex Database For 25 April 2018
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Mtl JP 21:18 GMT April 25, 2018
pivots-s&p

jj u r right - just FX

lkwd jj 20:38 GMT April 25, 2018
pivots-s&p

i havent seen the s&p updated since 01/25/2016. on gvi

Dillon AL 20:26 GMT April 25, 2018
Thursday Trading Checklist For 26 April 2018

jp the point is that even if you strip out EU QE the EurUsd is cheap

Mtl JP 20:13 GMT April 25, 2018
Thursday Trading Checklist For 26 April 2018

AL cat walking on keyboard ?

Dillon AL 20:07 GMT April 25, 2018
Thursday Trading Checklist For 26 April 2018

Jan 2014 the EurUsd was trading between 1.3475 and 1.3775

Dillon AL 20:06 GMT April 25, 2018
Thursday Trading Checklist For 26 April 2018

July 2011 the EurUsd was trading between 1.38 and 1.45

Mtl JP 20:03 GMT April 25, 2018
Thursday Trading Checklist For 26 April 2018

moRE MORE ! higHER HIGHER !

fast is good; faster the betTER; rocket is BESTEST:

The benchmark 10-year Treasury note yield rose 3.1 basis points to 3.019%, trading around its highest level since January 2014.

The benchmark would have to push above 3.047% to match its highest level since July 2011.

Mtl JP 19:38 GMT April 25, 2018
pivots-s&p

lkwd jj 18:49 I use

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GVI Forex Blog 19:34 GMT April 25, 2018
Thursday Trading Checklist For 26 April 2018
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AA: Major, A: High, B: Medium


Thu 26 Apr 2018
AA 11:45 EZ- ECB Decision
A 12:30 US- Durable Goods
A 12:30 US- Weekly Jobless
Fri 27 Apr 2018
AA 03:00 JP- Bank of Japan
A 08:00 DE- Employment
A 08:30 GB- GDP
A 14:00 US- University of Michigan


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lkwd jj 19:03 GMT April 25, 2018
Mega Short Squeeze

2649 resistance level

Dillon AL 19:02 GMT April 25, 2018
nikkei

jj regular hours local time 9-3:15 that also includes the lunch break

and yes your observation/comment not turning out the way one though 48 to 24 hours ago I agree with but we shall see

PAR 19:02 GMT April 25, 2018
Mega Short Squeeze
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What did you expect . S&P held support and goes testing resistance .

Draghi will do the rest !

lkwd jj 18:55 GMT April 25, 2018
nikkei

today isnt turning out the way it looked like it would be yesterday, with stox not collapsing.but tomorrow is another day....

lkwd jj 18:49 GMT April 25, 2018
pivots-s&p
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JP my platform shows both daytime and extended hours trading . which set of HLC do you use to determine pivots ?

lkwd jj 18:49 GMT April 25, 2018
pivots-s&p
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JP my platform shows both daytime and extended hours trading . which set of HLC do you use to determine pivots ?

Dillon AL 18:47 GMT April 25, 2018
nikkei

jj yes

lkwd jj 18:35 GMT April 25, 2018
nikkei
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Al >>>> did you sell it ?

PAR 18:33 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

Rothschilds really understand wealth , buying power and diversification.

Mtl JP 18:02 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

PAR for you (from GVI Archive)
enjoy!
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Mtl JP 21:19:37 GMT - 11/22/2011
Bob Scully interview with Baron Rothschild, November 2007

Q.- Well, Baron Rothschild, I welcome your wisdom on that, and with your permission, sir, in the next half of the show, I’d like to tap your wisdom on money… on public debt, on Wall Street, on excesses, recovery, recession, depression… all these things that are assaulting… that are assaulting our senses these days… that’s all we read about in the papers, and I’m sure you’ve got a lot to say about that. So I’ll be right back to this chat with Baron Guy de Rothschild, talking to us from Paris. Be right back.

[BREAK]

Q.- Hi, welcome back. This is Bob Scully, and I’m speaking with a guest who’s sitting in Paris, but he could have been sitting in London or any number of cities, because his family, as we mentioned earlier, was one of the first multinational families, one of the first to succeed in various countries at the same time. He’s Baron Rothschild. Guy de Rothschild… he’s of the French branch, but speaks excellent English. But , Baron, as I mentioned, just before we left for the break, you were a banker for a number of years, and now retired from business, but your family, as we were discussing, created so many instruments in the financial world, like letters of credit, like transportation of valuables that didn’t involve physical means. When someone like you saw all the leverage on Wall Street a few years ago, you must have thought it was the same vision gone wild… I mean people buying companies with 1% equity. You must have shaken your head and thought it would never work. How did you react to that?

R.- Well, first of all, there was some really absurd behavior… absurd behavior happening, which… the absurdity being that it was accepted. I’m not talking about the illegal… the cheating. That’s a segment of its own. But the fact of people accepting to lend banks or individuals… to lend money on what? PayPal, hopes, good looks… I don’t know anything… it’s totally absurd. I don’t think that the inflation of those particular things we are referring to really upset the economy. But obviously it didn’t help… it didn’t help. I don’t think that… really it was too small in comparison to the whole world economy, which is always in play in any of these things, to have a world effect. It has certainly had a very bad moral effect. You know, when I think back on a time when… I believe you were still only a promise, in the middle of the 1920s, and when I became little by little conscious a little later of what had taken place in the huge slump, the famous October 29 collapse of Wall Street, you know, when the theatrical newspaper, I’ve forgotten its name, magazine…

Q.- Variety.

R.- Variety came out with the big title “Wall Street Lays an Egg”, which has become famous. Um… and in the early thirties, no one understood why… what’s wrong, what’s different between 32 and 28 if you like, because the mechanisms of inflation, creation of money or destruction of money, were not understood or had not been analyzed… I mean, it was a science that didn’t exist. But a little later, when it started being understood, it became obvious to even an amateur like myself that what had happened in Europe, and in America… more in America than in Europe was there really a fabulous inflation between 1922, 24 and 29. Speculation, creation of money, everyone was borrowing… everyone was speculating on anything, so therefore there was a real creation of money. Really a fabulous inflation that took place, and as things don’t go to the sky, there was one moment that trips on anything… the detail, whatever it is, someone asks to be reimbursed, and the whole thing, which is a bubble, bursts. And… and it bursts in the most dramatic way, naturally in the end, as you know.

Q.- Yes, and now… now we’re worried about something else… another kind of bubble, something relatively new in the world economy… it’s not the stock market that has the biggest bubble or the most worrisome one. It’s rich western governments, and it hasn’t been for capital expenditure like after the war… it’s for operating expenses. It’s not Latin America. It’s Europe, North America, and it’s just to pay the grocery bills. That’s a bubble… that’s very scary. What do you think of it?

R.- I believe that money owed by one country to another, or one country to banks, or whatever it is… it will never be paid back. It could only be paid back by borrowing more, which is the same thing… it won’t be paid back. The situation is what it is. Loans were… loans were made to South America… practical none have or will be reimbursed. The countries were broke. So… or to Africa, so it has to be consolidated… if it’s done by banks, it has to be consolidated by governments.



Q.- But is there a risk of massive deflation? Will, for instance, Canada and the United States that owe a lot of their money to foreign banks in Japan or elsewhere… can they go broke?

R.- No… it doesn’t work that way. If you look historically, you realize that borrowing and at the later stage government borrowing, or borrowing from one country to another on the virtual governmental level, something that has always existed that has grown ever since, I don’t know… King Solomon, with his silver mines in Israel or in Palestine. And it has never been reduced… the total volume of indebtedness has grown faster or slower, depending on time, but it has never disappeared… it has never been contracted. Impossible. What happens is… as time goes on, currencies go down. Now I’m not talking about the currency of one versus the other. I’m talking of… the…

Q.- Buying power.

R.- Exactly. The buying power of even… leaving out all form of voluntary evaluation, of floating or whatever it is in the currency… the buying power of currencies goes on forever… and goes down. I mean, the buying power… the demolition or the erosion goes on forever, and that’s why… I mean, world indebtedness is bearable, because actually the more erosion of the buying power is against the creditor, the chief creditor in fixed terms, and the power that he has, the buying power that he has acquired goes down and down and down and down…

Q- But that takes us away from deflation and… Baron, and brings us back to the psychology of inflation, which encourages the borrowing in the first place, and that’s why, I guess, some people in North America are starting to say, well, let’s print some money and get out of the mess the easy way.

R- Yes. But now that’s a different aspect… it’s a different aspect because, in one case, I thought you were asking about what I call global indebtedness, that including… including the case of Canada and America, which is not an important one, because you are so much part of the same community. The same economic community. But therefore that’s one thing. Now the other thing is that people fear that right now the slump, the depression… call it as you like, is due to disinflation, which is the opposite. I don’t know if it is or not. It’s extremely difficult and only very, very, very clever specialists can give you the answer… they’re usually wrong. So we leave that out… but if there is this inflation, or, if you like, an equilibrium, which is neither disinflation or inflation, maybe a very, very small amount of inflation would help it. Or at least fighting potential disinflation… it could only be worthwhile if it’s done on a world scale… world being the whole developed… developed economy of the world. And then in a very, very, very controlled way. Inflation as such is morphine… it’s morphine when you have a pain, and then you kill the pain for a time, and then you die, because of the medicine… so…

Q- Because you’re addicted.

R- Yeah… well, because it kills you. You know what I mean… some people want a painkiller, people who are very sick… and I tell you, well, you might get well, but if you use that painkiller, it will finish you off. And… so that inflation is a painkiller, and, in most cases than others, it’s a lethal painkiller. So therefore one has to resist it… whatever is the urge. But a very limited amount of reflation… is one of the words used in my country… worldwide, highly controlled, strictly controlled, maybe would be helpful, but it has to be universal, because otherwise, if… let’s say France alone gets some inflation, the benefit of the inflation will be immediately outside of France, and not for the benefit of the French. And it will go, I don’t know, to Japan, to Germany, to wherever, to be now used, and the damage will remain for the French later.

Q.- Well, Baron, you’ve had plenty of wisdom for us…and you’ve given us good medicine for the world economy, and food for thought, and none of that will finish us off I’m sure… and I wish you, sir, good luck and good health.

R- Thank you very much indeed. I appreciate doing this very much.

Q.- I hope you enjoyed meeting Baron Rothschild. He didn’t get a chance to tell us how to reduce our taxes… too bad, I was just getting to that, but maybe next time. And until our next show, this is Bob Scully, have a great way. Thanks.

PAR 17:46 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

US markets turning positive as apple to get new presents from Trump and Draghi will keep printing money like there is no tomorrow .

dc CB 17:30 GMT April 25, 2018
Auctions

Today's 5Y auction priced (2.837%) where the 10Y was trading one week ago

Treasury Sells 5Y Paper At Highest Yield Since Sept 2008 To Lukewarm Demand

Livingston nh 17:26 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

jp - Treasurys are currency w/ a coupon so as safe as money

Domestic purchasers put in their dollars and get same dollars back - inflation erodes the purchasing power but your advantage is that at least part of the fixed yield offsets that loss

Foreigners convert to dollars w/ added risk of currency loss and/or gain - theory says higher US rates good for higher USD (but everything is relative) which means MORE local currency

SO SAFE at maturity -- everything's GOOD

lkwd jj 17:26 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

point taken.

Mtl JP 17:21 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

jj think u r missing a zero or two

lkwd jj 17:17 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

oops ! i leaked the secret message trump has for china if they dont get with the program on trade front !! can you imagine gold up $200 in a day ?

Mtl JP 17:12 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

jj 17:03 here is my wet dream:
your name is munchkin and you are sending that Achtung Default Imminent (ie this weekend after market closes) memo to china and Tokyo. But before u do u send it to you buddies In The Circle - which includes me. *..*

lkwd jj 17:03 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

i never said i agreed with that theory. it might have been old school when rest of world was less developed, but with china japan and russia eurozone coming into markets , i dont think its relevant anymore. $ is not alone anymore. we can default like greece and italy the way they spend in the swamp these days.

Dillon AL 16:54 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

jj hence why I asked for a definition of safe.
Default could obviously be one definition. Loss of capital clearly another

Dillon AL 16:54 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

This from March 2nd

Safe assets

lkwd jj 16:53 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

i was under impression that the safety was due to the fact that the us wont default....

Mtl JP 16:51 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

in this context:
Rising yields can cause heartburn for investors. After all, U.S. government bonds are considered the worlds safest asset, which means that moves can send ripples through global financial markets.

Dillon AL 16:47 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

define safe

Mtl JP 16:38 GMT April 25, 2018
Equities Lower. 10-yr Yields Mixed. FX: USD Up & EUR Mixed

TIA to all who would
Indulge me :
U.S. government bonds are considered the worlds safest asset.
True
False

Dillon AL 16:19 GMT April 25, 2018
FANG Landia Today

My mother would use the expression and she used to be a ballerina amongst other skills. No I was not around back then thankfully

Mtl JP 16:10 GMT April 25, 2018
FANG Landia Today

AL 16:04 - so u around 1940 - 2018 = 78 - say 15 as a teen ...
and u still trading ? hopefully not because u have to LoL

Dillon AL 16:04 GMT April 25, 2018
FANG Landia Today

Boffo originated as a word in the 1940s particular in the theatrical world

PAR 15:42 GMT April 25, 2018
Macron

Macro big specialist in spending others people money .

lkwd jj 15:41 GMT April 25, 2018
FANG Landia Today

sorry. with all the abbreviations used here , i thought it was another. never heard that word before.

Mtl JP 15:28 GMT April 25, 2018
S&P

200dma 2,608.86

dc CB 15:20 GMT April 25, 2018
Auctions

5Y up today - currently 2.835
the 2Y went off yest a 2.5%

PAR 15:19 GMT April 25, 2018
Macron
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Macron always seems to forget he is the president of France , not the president of Europe .

He talks for France which is only a small - heavily indebted communist - part of Europe

PAR 15:16 GMT April 25, 2018
VIX

Looking for one more major short squeeze in DOW and S&P.

Today would be perfect . Apple getting more goodies from Trump and FB making mega profits on all the free publicity it got .

Fasten your seatbelt .

dc CB 15:15 GMT April 25, 2018
FANG Landia Today

apparently you are not a native american english speaker.

Definition of boffo for English Language Learners
: extremely good or successful

Mtl JP 15:04 GMT April 25, 2018
FANG Landia Today

boffo = dc CBs self-entertainment

lkwd jj 15:02 GMT April 25, 2018
FANG Landia Today

what is boffo

Mtl JP 14:50 GMT April 25, 2018
VIX

why not ?
tia

PAR 14:41 GMT April 25, 2018
VIX
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Short May VIX futures 18.20 . Market can't go down every day ?

GVI Trader john 14:32 GMT April 25, 2018
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PAR 14:26 GMT April 25, 2018
S&P
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As long as S&P closes above 2600 , Trumps bull markets is intact and still has been phenomenal .

I don't think PPT will allow a close below 2600 . That would make Trump too sad .

dc CB 14:15 GMT April 25, 2018
FANG Landia Today
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TWTR rprtd boffo but sold off as CASH opened.
FB rpts after market
AMZN tmr after market
APPL May 1 after market

if these follow the pattern of Boffo Rpt but Selling Off anyway when CASH Opens... then cud be Biggly Uggly for the April/May transition in SToX

lkwd jj 14:01 GMT April 25, 2018
Wednesday Trading Checklist 25 April 2018

time to switch to crown royal !!

Mtl JP 13:40 GMT April 25, 2018
Wednesday Trading Checklist 25 April 2018

what is potentially TRAGIC - for me - is that seeing as I drink wine while trading and as wine price goes uP I will be (theoretically) reducing my 8-10 glasses per session consumption will mean that as I drink less I will be increasing my giving more sh!t about risk

Mtl JP 13:18 GMT April 25, 2018
Wednesday Trading Checklist 25 April 2018

nh ... wanna know what is tragic ?
and do u think the brookings retiree is finally feeling any smarter about inflation ?

Get ready to pay more for wine, as global production hits 60-year low

Livingston nh 13:01 GMT April 25, 2018
Wednesday Trading Checklist 25 April 2018

BRL, TRY, SGD and KRW are also reacting to US rate moves

NOK, MXN and CAD are not following the oil script set out by producers as US rates rise
______
The FOMC has promoted one R* believer and added another to the BoG -- see how long that little gem survives as an issue

Just a bit of inflation scare is the missing ingredient

GVI Trader Jay Meisler 12:26 GMT April 25, 2018
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Mtl JP 12:24 GMT April 25, 2018
Wednesday Trading Checklist 25 April 2018

ok.. apologies: neglected the so-what :
I am focusing on the JPY in light of US stocks outlook
as the yen has a negative correlation.
Bottom Line
Sell usdjpy rallies 109.25/50/75

ps // u r adult.
due diligence and respect of your risk is incumbent upon you.

Mtl JP 12:09 GMT April 25, 2018
Wednesday Trading Checklist 25 April 2018

DJ futures pointing to a down opening - for 6th straigh day

Mtl JP 11:25 GMT April 25, 2018
Wednesday Trading Checklist 25 April 2018

Res 3 1.2326
Res 2 1.2286
Res 1 1.2261

Pivot 1.2221

Sup 1 1.2196
Sup 2 1.2156
Sup 3 1.2131

Range EURUSD
20 days 76

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Wed: 1.2186-1.2239
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Mon: 1.2197-1.2290
Fri: 1.2249-1.2354

Spot EURUSD: 1.2186
Pivot Point: 1.2230

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50-day avg: 1.2328
100-day avg: 1.2206
200-day avg: 1.2002

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GVI Forex Blog 09:36 GMT April 25, 2018
Wednesday Trading Checklist 25 April 2018
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Wed 25 Apr 2018
AA 14:30 US- EIA Crude
Thu 26 Apr 2018
AA 11:45 EZ- ECB Decision
A 12:30 US- Durable Goods
A 12:30 US- Weekly Jobless
Fri 27 Apr 2018
AA 03:00 JP- Bank of Japan
A 08:00 DE- Employment
A 08:30 GB- GDP
A 14:00 US- University of Michigan


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Wednesday Trading Checklist 25 April 2018

GVI Trader Jay Meisler 09:27 GMT April 25, 2018
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GVI Trader 08:56 GMT April 25, 2018
USD

3.018% last

GVI Trader 08:27 GMT April 25, 2018
USD
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Yields up, USD up

10 year yield 3.024%

STG AndersenBands 01:19 GMT April 25, 2018
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Highlights going into Wednesday, 25 April-

Range expansion is anticipated soon for $EURGBP $GBPAUD $GBPCAD $GBPUSD $USDCAD $USDCHF

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Bullish - $GBPAUD $GBPCHF $GBPCAD

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