Like 2007/08 retail investors raising cash. Chart from TheDailyShot pic.twitter.com/vih4pQ5bI2
— Stephen Blumenthal (@SBlumenthalCMG) February 27, 2019
Most share buybacks are done at the top of the market. Perhaps we should view CEO resignations in the same light. Chief executives tend to like to go out at the top of their game. Perhaps their resignations are telling us something about the market now. t.co/14FUGeGFjg pic.twitter.com/GmOOjQ6irI
— Jesse Felder (@jessefelder) February 26, 2019
Bonds INVERTED could not have cleaner technical patterns (and are EXTREMELY BULLISH not inverted) they are shown INVERTED and in VERY BEARISH PATTERNS for easy comparison to the completely exogenous #equities move $SPX $UST $USB pic.twitter.com/9BESlFYiW9
— mcm-ct.com (@mcm_ct) February 26, 2019
2s 10s vs. Recessions pic.twitter.com/fL64pOVAUJ
— Win Smart, CFA (@WinfieldSmart) February 26, 2019
.@potterytool housing starts peaked 1 year ago
— OCCUPY WISDOM (@OccupyWisdom) February 27, 2019
The global economy is slowing faster than people may think, according to CEO David Hunt. Hear more on the state of the global economy and financial markets via @BloombergTV’s @Markets
A Hong Kong business tendency survey is now at its lowest level since the global financial crisis.
Similar disconnect with $HSI happened in 2015 and preceded a major crash in Asian stocks.
Interesting how close these indices have followed each other historically. pic.twitter.com/neSNVphW3F
— Otavio (Tavi) Costa (@TaviCosta) February 26, 2019