There were 1.9 trillion transactions in penny stocks last month, an increase of more than 2,000% from a year earlier. “The only relevant historical precedent seems to increasingly be the days before the Great Depression."
— Steven Russolillo (@srussolillo) March 18, 2021
What if it just keeps going pic.twitter.com/771M8K51Nl
— Callum Thomas (@Callum_Thomas) March 18, 2021
Federal Reserve and other central banks are doing everything in their power to keep asset prices hyper elevated. They hope that one day by doing this that spending will increase.
The money velocity shows what a failed experiment this is.
— HOZ (@MFHoz) March 18, 2021
Bond market volatility is telling us that the Fed is suppressing credit vol to support risky companies at the expense of rapidly rising US Treasury vol
Oddly, bond market volatility and the reddit/WSB crowd are expressing the same view, in different ways
— Christopher Cole (@vol_christopher) March 18, 2021
— TradingView (@tradingview) March 18, 2021
Hell is Coming.
Bring Bill Ackman on CNBC t.co/bcLNeBmrna
— Vik Soien (@VSoien) March 18, 2021
March 2020 = stocks sell off because of a global pandemic.
March 2021 = stocks sell off because the 10-year Treasury rose 0.20%.
— Douglas A. Boneparth (@dougboneparth) March 18, 2021