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Rate rises and sell offs - what next?

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igor555 wrote:

hope everyone bought the dip last week

I bought it with 2x leverage :)

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Nerdyblop wrote:

lol i can imagine a society enslaving robots and then one day have robots demand freedom, then us granting them that.

This is why I propose an entirely new economic system. A resources global economy where natural inventories, high-end tech and free information is managed without any other objective than to provide peace, living quality and education for every human in the world and for the coming.

If this is not achieved, then the world is doomed (in 50 years or in 500, but doomed for sure).

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S2000magician wrote:

So typical: you’re wrong, and when it’s pointed out that you’re wrong, you try to redefine your answer so that you appear right.

It’s sad, really.

You lost kid, just quit posting.

Everything has a financial driver.

purealpha wrote:
S2000magician wrote:
So typical: you’re wrong, and when it’s pointed out that you’re wrong, you try to redefine your answer so that you appear right.

It’s sad, really.

You lost kid, just quit posting.

Everything has a financial driver.

Saying it a second time doesn’t make it true.

Simplify the complicated side; don't complify the simplicated side.

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purealpha wrote:
S2000magician wrote:
So typical: you’re wrong, and when it’s pointed out that you’re wrong, you try to redefine your answer so that you appear right.

It’s sad, really.

You lost kid, just quit posting.

Everything has a financial driver.

I think that I’ve finally figured it out: you’re jealous.

Lots of people say that I’m great, but nobody but you says that you’re great.

That’s sad.  Very sad.

Simplify the complicated side; don't complify the simplicated side.

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S2000magician wrote:

Saying it a second time doesn’t make it true.

That’s your whole posting strategy, saying the same witless thing endlessly.

Dude, you don’t work in this profession, and don’t belong here.

purealpha wrote:
S2000magician wrote:
Saying it a second time doesn’t make it true.

That’s your whole posting strategy, saying the same witless thing endlessly.

Dude, you don’t work in this profession, and don’t belong here.

Does calling people “dude” and “kid” make you feel superior?  I notice that you do it only when you’re wrong and scared to admit it.

Fortunately for the world, you don’t get to decide who belongs here and who doesn’t.

Simplify the complicated side; don't complify the simplicated side.

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Can you imagine if PA “worked in this profession”

“next up on CNBC, the portfolio manager who is always short vix when the market is up but somehow never short vix when it’s down.  His record is undeniable, 400 years of investment experience since 2000, endless [timestamped] returns on a $1,500 portfolio that clearly indicate superiority above everyone else on the internet.  His China complex is… in fact complex!  He bolds words and calls people kids and dudes which shows how relatable he can be towards those folks he deems inferior because clearly if you don’t bold words no one will read it. I bring you, PA!”

Anyways, back to the market.

Rising rates are clearly squeezing the old buy the dip trend.  It’s nice to be somewhat back in an environment where real economic factors are determining market action.

I know a lot of that is simply rediscounting of future returns due to higher rates but I still find it welcoming.  It’s been a very long time since real factors matters, So long that there are junior people in my office who are thrilled to have 1.95% rates on their savings account.

S2000magician wrote:
Fortunately for the world, you don’t get to decide who belongs here and who doesn’t.

That’s up to you totalitarian “liberals.”

BTW, nice group-think rating system, like corporate-tech didn’t already think of that a decade ago as a way to dumb down convo.

Galli wrote:
”next up on CNBC, the portfolio manager who is always short vix when the market is up but somehow never short vix when it’s down.  

Doesn’t make sense. Just short VIX when VIX is up.