This is the third and final post investigating day of the month seasonality effects in global equity market indices. In part 1 we looked at U.S. indices; in part 2 we saw that the effects were even more powerful in three major…
- This KID situation is an absolute clusterfuck from every angle. 1) Typical moronic EU regulation. 2) SSGA, with $… https://t.co/ucQfvOTTFF
- The trend toward curve inversion (an early sign of recession) seems to have paused for the last couple of months... https://t.co/ZdnhMyRL49
- If I'm understanding this correctly, IB's margin change means that from now on the margin on your 2 biggest stock/C… https://t.co/W0kipkwfdd
- I wonder who was buying XIV on the way down after the close yesterday. Huge volume, too...
- For posterity https://t.co/wkPtsQekWa
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