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2 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Brandon Smith via Alt-Market.com, (click here for Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5)All problems, all crises, have at least one solution, if not many solutions. There is no such thing as an unwinnable scenario. Some may not be smart enough or courageous enough to see it, but the solution is always there, waiting to be discovered. The only fight that cannot be won is the fight

2 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
Now that the confusion and the initial smoke following the stunning CFTC/DOJ/FBI allegation that the entire Flash Crash was the result of just one high latency UK trader's actions has cleared, several critical things have emerged. First: Nav Sarao not a typical massively funded, connected and lobby-protected High Frequency Trader, such as Citadel or Virtu, using countless algos across numerous fra

2 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
With the Nasdaq sitting at new highs having finally eclipsed the previous record of 5,048 set in March of 2000 and with consumers not-so-eagerly awaiting their chance to get in on the supposed wave of the wearables future by purchasing their very own Apple Watch, we learn that the fate of the tech bubble now rests entirely on the shoulders of Tim Cook because as FactSet notes, "blended Q1 Y/Y EPS

2 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
Bloomberg's Richard Breslow, author of "Trader's Notes" is painfully accurate with his latest take on the "markets."I’m Not Crazy, I’m ScaredThe SPX flirted with all-time highs. The Nasdaq Index made 15 year highs; Chinese equities, and so many other equity indices are flying. Bonds sold off this week, but the German 10-year yield is still ~17bps, the U.S. 10-year yield unable to get beyond 2%

2 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
A little over four years after the devastating Japanese earthquake led to a tsunami that triggered the biggest nuclear disaster since Chernobyl, overnight Asia was once again the epicenter of a massive, 7.9 magnitude earthquake, this time not on the Pacific Rim but deep in the Himalayan mountain range, striking the small country of Nepal and sending tremors deep in Northern India, resulting in at

2 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
Presented with no comment... ok well one! WTF!? Source: @wmiddelkoopThis... Chart: BloombergNo comment... not one... seriously.

2 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
Sometimes a picture is indeed worth a thousand words (or a thousand yuan) which is why we present the following map which shows all of the countries that have joined the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank with no comment other than to say "spot the odd G-7 nations out"...*  *  *Bonus chart:

2 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog,Claiming to own X quantity of gold is one thing, and reporting how many times the gold has been pledged as collateral is another. When correspondent Scott A. Batten offered to write an explanation of the rehypothecation of gold and why it matters, I quickly accepted. Like many others, I have breezed over the word rehypothecation&nbs

2 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
We’ve written quite a bit over the past two months about capital outflows from China. Last week for instance, we documented how the country saw its fourth consecutive quarter of outflows in Q1, bringing the 12 month running total to some $300 billion. Why, beyond the obvious, is this a problem for China? Because pressure is mounting to devalue the yuan as the currency’s peg to the recently str

2 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Michael Snyder via The Economic Collapse blog,Well, the Nasdaq finally did it.  It has climbed all the way back to where it was at the peak of the dotcom bubble.  Back in March 2000, the Nasdaq set an all-time record high of 5,048.62.  On Thursday, after all these years, that all-time record was finally eclipsed.  The Nasdaq closed at 5056.06, and Wall Street great




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