if the market ever does sell off again I expect it to look like a series of V-shaped recoveries all the way down
— StockCats (@StockCats) July 15, 2020
“As questions mount about whether the surge in VXN in recent weeks, uncharacteristic in a rising NDX tape, is indicative of a ‘blowoff’ or a ‘blowup’ or both (Mwe note that such ‘fast and furious’ shifts between VXN and VIX have tended to correspond to NDX absolute and relative underperformance, especially on a 3-month time frame,” Emanuel wrote, along with analyst Michael Chu, in a July 14 research note.
So far this week:
* LA county
* Now, Houston .. t.co/YWgGr5kS5o
— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) July 15, 2020
China GDP numbers are a lot like $TSLA delivery numbers.
— Old Bull Lee (@davebudge) July 16, 2020
There you have it a clear trend reversal in US COVID-19 deaths. pic.twitter.com/6Fqt4CSHui
— doubting Thomas (@ThomasAFink) July 16, 2020
What struck me about China's data was not the stronger than expected 3.2% rise in real GDP, but that the GDP deflator declined yoy. The last time this threatened in 2015/16, China devalued. The deflation problems are confirmed by weak core CPI (dotted line) – the lowest since GFC pic.twitter.com/f0MffEY8Xx
— Albert Edwards (@albertedwards99) July 16, 2020
— YUAN TALKS (@YuanTalks) July 16, 2020
— 𝕮𝖍𝖎 🛢️ (@chigrl) July 16, 2020
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