The Feds Ultimate Goal is Three-Fold

Posted by Capital Trading Group on Dec 5, 2018 8:01:03 AM

One of the things we pride ourselves in is the fact that we do not take public information for face value, nor do we even contemplate the sources very much. That seems risky right, but in realty what we are being sold and who’s selling it are about as trustworthy as a 3 year old holding an ice cream cone without giving it a lick.  In fact, we are inundated with various reports from all over the World Wide Web, main stream media, etc.

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Trading Places - Lines Blurred Between Traders and Programmers

Posted by Capital Trading Group on Aug 23, 2018 9:18:26 AM

 

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Turkish Lira Plunge Signals Warning Signs?

Posted by Capital Trading Group on Aug 15, 2018 1:40:33 PM

 

What an interesting week, to say the least, from Elon opening his mouth too wide and Uber/Lyft fighting NYC on new ride share app regulations. All in all, last week presented us with a chance to look at a NYC taxi medallion chart, who wudda ever thought? Anyway, regulations were signed into law last week by NYC mayor De Blasio, limiting the amount of ride sharing app licenses, as well as requiring a minimum pay for its drivers of $17.22 an hour. 

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Fear of Missing Out

Posted by Capital Trading Group on Aug 8, 2018 9:59:39 AM

 

On Friday we saw the equity markets first head fake only to be driven higher after NFP printed 157k and unemployment fell 0.1 to 3.9%. In the morning, the SP500 saw initial buying then fell back to 2828 support and then never really looked back, here is the chart from Friday August 3rd:

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GDP Gains But FANGS Repricing

Posted by Capital Trading Group on Jul 31, 2018 10:07:24 AM

 

The big economic news for last week came out on Friday as US Q2 GDP posted a decent 4.1%, estimates were as high as 4.4% but let’s not lose sight of the fact that we haven’t had a plus 4% print in nearly 4 years. This news wasn’t enough to help the NASDAQ which, and as we have warned about sector rotation, has seemingly stung the tech sector. The NASDAQ lost nearly 1% on the week while the Dow gained 1.5%. The sector arbs seemed to dominate flows here as the NASDAQ has seen selling while the other indexes as a whole have seemed to benefit. Anyway, here is a quarterly chart of US Real GDP:

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