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Tyler Durden (pseudonym) is the lead writer at ZeroHedge.  Tyler represents the idea that a return to truly efficient markets is a possibility and a necessity.

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How Wall Street Banks "Masked" A Record $350 Billion In Subprime Exposure
The latest monthly auto-loan data from the Fitch Auto ABS Index showed something very troubling: subprime delinquencies 60 days or more past due on the secondary market rose to 5.76% in February, the highest they’ve been in 22 years.
Fistfuls Of Dollars And The Good (Bitcoin), Bad (Bonds), & Ugly (Semis) Markets
Big shift in momentum midweek, left Dow, S&P and Nasdaq unchanged on the week, Trannies outperformed.
2018's "Most Successful Trading Strategy" Says 'Sell'
This is a traders' market. That's why a rule-based trading strategy based on the Commodity Channel Index has gained 18% this year, despite a flat S&P 500.
A Little-Known Indicator Sees VIX Soaring To 40
When MS chief equity strategist Michael Wilson released his 2018 equity outlook earlier this year, one particular observation struck us: a curious correlation between volatility and the shape of the yield curve we had not seen anywhere previously.
Stocks, Yields Tumble After Draghi Admits "Growth May Have Peaked"; ECB To Delay QE Unwind
The European economic imploding, and nowhere is this more obvious than the Citi Eurozone Economic Surprise Index why will soon hit its post financial crisis lows.
Wells Fargo Agrees To Pay Record $1BN Fine In Settlement With Mulvaney's CFPB
Wells Fargo announced today that it has agreed to pay a $1 billion fine to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the CFPB in what is the largest fine ever levied by the CFPB in its six-year existence.
Cryptos Continue To Surge As Tax-Day Passes
Cryptocurrencies are continuing their post-tax-day gains with Bitcoin above $8500, Ethereum at almost $600, and Ripple up over 30% on the week.
Banks & Bitcoin Bounce As Stocks & Bonds Are Trounced
Rates rip higher and the curve steepens dramatically; stocks tumble, tech stumbles, banks burst higher; industrial commodities jump, and the dollar spikes - in other words - it's opposite day.
This Is How Easy It Is To Manipulate The Entire Stock Market
With stocks quietly drifting sideways ahead of the US cash open this morning, VIX suddenly spiked reprising a pattern of jerky moves on days when futures on the gauge are settled in monthly auctions.
Stocks & Bonds Recouple - Now What?
When stocks have risen and decoupled from bonds, and bonds have then sold off to catch up to stocks; the recoupling has led to extended selling pressure in stocks.
Apple Slides After Taiwan Semi Blames "Very High-End Smartphone" For Unexpectedly Poor Guidance
The market wasted no time to price in the ongoing decline in demand for $1000+ iPhones and Taiwan Semi ADRs fell more than 5% in pre-market trading while Apple, Nvidia and AMD are all down ~2% in sympathy.
Banks & Big Blue Battered; Bond Yields Bounce; Big Tech, Bullion, & Bitcoin Bid
The Dow underperformed notably, driven mostly by IBM weakness (swiping 84 points off The Dow), but Trannies surged once again.
VIX Mysteriously Spikes At Auction... In Favor Of Record Spec Longs
With stocks quietly drifting sideways ahead of the US cash open this morning, VIX suddenly spiked reprising a pattern of jerky moves on days when futures on the gauge are settled in monthly auctions.
IMF Sounds The Alarm On Global Debt, Warns "United States Stands Out"
The IMF once again sounded the alarm on debt, only this time on the public side of the ledger, warning about - what else - excessive global borrowing, and noting that with a total of $164 trillion of debt, or 225% of global debt to GDP.
Loonie Drops As Bank Of Canada Holds Rates (As Expected)
The Bank of Canada held rates unchanged (as expected), sending a weak signal that sparked Loonie selling.
Russia Is Ready For Possible SWIFT Cutoff, Debt-Sale Ban
Russia's central bank has a plan for monetizing Russian debt should the US prevent Americans and others who want to maintain their access to the US financial system from trading in Russian debt instruments.
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