Global Central Banks Have Bought $834mn of Financial Assets Every 60 Minutes

Global Central Banks Have Bought $834mn of Financial Assets Every 60 Minutes

While most sellside analysts and strategists are throwing in the towel as the market continues its relentless meltup (one which according to Goldman is becoming increasingly “painful” for the bank’s institutional clients most of whom have taken the other side of the trade),...
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ETF Money Inflows Set To Smash Record In 2021

ETF Money Inflows Set To Smash Record In 2021

2021 is set to smash records, with $488.5 billion and counting moving into ETFs in just 7 months so far this year, far surpassing the previous full year record of $497 billion from 2020, according to Bloomberg. The move comes at...
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The FED: They Cannot End Quantitative Easing

The FED: They Cannot End Quantitative Easing

When the economy was shut down in March 2020, the government responded with massive fiscal and monetary support. The fiscal stimulus totaled $4T+ in relief packages. All of this spending was paid for with debt issued by the Treasury. The...
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These 3 Giant Financial Entities Control 88% Of S&P 500-Listed Companies

These 3 Giant Financial Entities Control 88% Of S&P 500-Listed Companies

There is no question that large corporations absolutely dominate our society today.  They control what we eat, they control what we watch on television, they own most of the stores that we shop at, they provide the energy that our...
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JPMorgan, Wells Fargo Starts Credit Cards For People With No Credit Scores

JPMorgan, Wells Fargo Starts Credit Cards For People With No Credit Scores

After a year of clamping down on new credit card, mortgage, and commercial loan issuance in the aftermath of the COVID pandemic, US commercial banks are planning to issue credit cards to people with no credit scores. WSJ reports JPMorgan, Wells...
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Goldman Sachs announces a new crypto trading team

Goldman Sachs announces a new crypto trading team

Goldman Sachs has informed employees of a new cryptocurrency trading desk. It is the first time the US bank has formally acknowledged involvement in crypto-trading. The crypto team will report to Goldman partner, Rajesh Venkataramani. Goldman Sachs formally a...
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JP Morgan launches Bitcoin Fund for rich clients after years of bashing cryptos

JP Morgan launches Bitcoin Fund for rich clients after years of bashing cryptos

Ever since JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon first denounced bitcoin way back during the heady crypto-rally of 2017 (shortly before analysts revealed that JP Morgan’s asset-management arm was seemingly buying the dip on behalf of its wealthy clients via a...
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IMF Introduces World Currency

IMF Introduces World Currency

It is no joke, something big happened last week. The IMF is going to give out loans in SDR. Special Drawing Rights are IMF’s currency. By itself, they’re nothing special, but the IMF has always lent in U.S. Dollars. That they are...
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The 15th Century Medici Bank Is Getting A 21st Century Re-Launch

The 15th Century Medici Bank Is Getting A 21st Century Re-Launch

The 15th century Medici Bank is getting a 21st century re-launch and also will serve crypto sector. The Medici Bank name, most notably associated with the 15th century banking giant in Italy that, at the time, was the largest and...
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Treasury Injects A Record $271 BIllion In Cash In One Day

Treasury Injects A Record $271 BIllion In Cash In One Day

A month ago analysts noted that in line with the Treasury’s forecast for huge net debt drawdown in the current quarter, a record $1.1 trillion in cash and reserves was about to hit the market. Fast forward to today when...
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JPMorgan Estimates Up To $316 Billion In Forced Month-End Selling

JPMorgan Estimates Up To $316 Billion In Forced Month-End Selling

In one of latest Flows and Liquidity reports, JPM quant Nick Panigirtzoglou writes that as we approach quarter-end, the equity rebalancing flow question is resurfacing in client conversations. As we notes, “the equity rally and the bond sell-off during t...
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Melvin Capital Lost A Stunning $7 Billion In January

Melvin Capital Lost A Stunning $7 Billion In January

It started the year with about $12.5 billion and now runs more than $8 billion. The current figure includes $2.75 billion in emergency funds Citadel LLC, its partners and Mr. Cohen’s Point72 Asset Management injected into the hedge fund last...
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The FED’s binary choice

The FED’s binary choice

The FED has a binary choice: preserve America’s global hegemony or further enrich the billionaires. And the Khazarian Criminal Organisation can’t get both. Khazarian Criminal Organisation will fail as a result of three dynamics: diminishing retur...
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The Probability of a Stocks and Some Commodities Markets Crash in 2021: 97% (0.97)

The Probability of a Stocks and Some Commodities Markets Crash in 2021: 97% (0.97)

I publicly predicted market crashes: October 1998, spring 2000 dot .com bubble, 2008 MBS scam/crisis, spring 2020 market meltdown. Now I publicly predict the heavy market crash of 2021. I will publish the exact timing just in tight advance (as...
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Global Investment Banks Rake In $125 Billion In Underwriting Fees

Global Investment Banks Rake In $125 Billion In Underwriting Fees

The global capital markets business, such as equity and debt sales, has erupted during the pandemic, comes at a time when central banks have never been so dovish as asset valuations are considered “stretched.” Since March, global monetary authoriti...
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