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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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Buy-The-Black-Monday-Echo-Dip - Stocks Dip & Rip After China Bubble Warnings
Small Caps and Nasdaq remain red on the week as The Dow pushes on.
The Last Time Stocks Were This Calm, England Won The World Cup
1966 was the last time that the stock market 'calmness' was as low as it is today.
If You Bought 30 Years Ago Today...
30 year ago today, traders were having a bad day: the Dow, S&P 500, FTSE, DAX and CAC fell -23%, -20%, -11%, -9% and -10% respectively.
Initial Jobless Claims Crash To Lowest Since 1973
The less volatile 4-week initial claims average also dropped to 248,250 from 257,750, Meanwhile, continuing claims fell by 16K to 1.89M in the week ended October 7.
"It's A Synchronized Global Risk-Off" On The Anniversary Of Black Monday
As Nanex' Eric Hunsader shows, today's trading session is shaping up - at least for now - as the biggest post-midnight selloff in the S&P in 2017.
Global Markets Shaken By Sudden Equity Sell-Off: Hang Seng Crashes, VIX Surges
US equity futures lead the move, with the VIX surging more than 1 vol to 11.550 (up 14%) the highest in five weeks, with Nasdaq futures heavily underperforming on reports of orders being cut for Apple iPhone 8.
The S&P 500 Is Now Overvalued On 18 Of 20 Metrics
US stocks trade above historical average levels across nearly all metrics, but equities continue to look attractive relative to bonds, where the equity risk premium (ERP) is more than 50% above its long-term average.
SEC Hires JPM Banker As Its Most Important Markets Regulator; May Blow Up HFTs
Redfearn has emerged as a critic of the increasingly costly fees that U.S. stock exchanges charge traders who want access to vital data on prices.
American Express CEO Ken Chenault Is Retiring
Credit card giant American Express reported another round of solid quarterly earnings, with revenue of $8.40bn beating expectations of $8.19bn, and generating EPS of $1.50, also above the $1.48 expected.
Big Blue Blasts Dow To (Another) New Record High As Chinese Yield Curve Inverts
The Dow is now the 2nd most overbought in 22 years, 3rd most overbought in 62 years.
Beige Book Signals Inflation & Healthcare Concerns Amid Modest Growth
Despite major disruptions from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, all 12 Federal Reserve Districts indicated that economic activity increased in September through early October.
Critical Threats To 2017's Bull Market - Part 2: Overhyped Risks?
With The Donald J. Industrial Average surpassing new record highs every day, questioning this bull market's continued existence remains heresy outside of dark little corners of the internet.
Oil Algos Shocked As US Crude Production Crashes Most In Over 5 Years
WTI prices are slightly higher (driven more by OPEC jawboning) as last week's API errors are still on traders' minds, but DOE confirmed a big crude draw but notable builds in gasoline and distillates surprised.
US-German Bond Spread Surges To Highest Since 1999
The spread between German and US sovereign bond yields is the widest since the start of the EU in 1999, but EUR/USD appears to have decoupled (just as it did in 2009 and 2013).
Housing Starts, Permits Collapse In September (Spoiler Alert: It Wasn't Just The Storms)
Housing Starts were supposed to drop just 0.4% in September but crashed 4.7%.
Small-Caps Seeing Historic Squeeze
As U.S. large-cap stocks continue to make new highs seemingly every day, the small-caps are doing something remarkable. Or, more accurately, it is what they aren’t doing that is remarkable.
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