From Advisor Perspectives pic.twitter.com/57LN6FgMdr
— Victoria (@VictoriaViorela) February 3, 2021
Margin debt to the moon🚀 pic.twitter.com/9f0D8txJ0g
— Gianluca De Stefano (@Theimmigrant84) February 4, 2021
The Fed had two options: Venezuela or 1929 Crash/Great Depression 2.0
— G. Strong (@GeorgeStrongIII) February 4, 2021
Goldman: Single stock options volumes are now 120% of the underlying shares market
— Dani Burger (@daniburgz) February 4, 2021
This is another year of emerging market currency weakness vs the US dollar.
We are living fiat currency debasement at a global level as more citizens around the world lose confidence on currencies where governments consistently destroy purchasing power through intervention. pic.twitter.com/8O5FgETfqy
— Daniel Lacalle (@dlacalle_IA) February 3, 2021
Eye-watering chart on margin debt-to-GDP from @jessefelder
— Tobias Carlisle (@Greenbackd) February 3, 2021
Buffett Valuation Indicator update🙅♂️ pic.twitter.com/ECbMOibKhW
— Antonio Pérez-Algás (@apanalis) February 4, 2021
Riskier U.S. corporate debt is outperforming safer credit at an accelerating pace. Investment grade notes have lost 1.7% while junk bonds have gained nearly 0.8% in 2021, with the lower-rated debt now offering investors the least extra yield vs safer bonds in more than a year. pic.twitter.com/JCz8xMJrOx
— Lisa Abramowicz (@lisaabramowicz1) February 4, 2021
deja vu pic.twitter.com/SpL0RDHlJQ
— Puff Dragon (@PuffDragon11) February 3, 2021
You thought 2020 was a crazy year with the pandemic, stock market crash, extreme rally in stocks, and bubble in tech stocks?
2021 looks like last year on steroids.
— UPFINA (@UPFINAcom) February 4, 2021