Monthly Archives: June 2019
October 2007 was the launch point for the last big crash. If you had the Greedometer and mini Greedometer, you would have recognized it (see here). But if you only worked from anecdotal economic and fundamental data, what could you have looked for? flat/inverted US Treasury yield curve Fed interest rate cuts bank loan loss reserves growing the financial sector hitting a lower […] Read the rest of this entry
I’m going to add something to the website that should be pretty exciting. As you know I use the Greedometers for trading. Because central banks allowed more reality to happen than usual in May, I was able to use the Greedometers to make a 60% return –in May alone. Central bankers are going to be busy over the next 1-2 years trying to stop another really […] Read the rest of this entry
Here it is. The last blog post with the Greedometer & SPX forecast. Next week the new self-serve account creation and login mechanism goes into effect. Free.
Last week we saw the G13 sequence get warped flatter by : Jim Bullard, the ECB, a White House statement of a 1 week push on new China trade tariffs. So, more of the same thing we’ve been seeing for years. The good news -for those following this website- is the G13 (mG13) sequence either saw a 1st baseline point 2 weeks […] Read the rest of this entry
With all of last week’s data in (it takes until Tuesday afternoon to obtain input data for all Greedo / mini Greedo input parameters for the previous week), last week’s mini Greedo value is a smidge lower than what was estimated. This means the baseline is slightly steeper than I’ve been estimating. This in turn means the pace of this protracted crash is slightly faster, so […] Read the rest of this entry
Yesterday morning before U.S. bourses opened, St Louis perma-dove Jim Bullard mentioned that a rate cut might be in order. Markets reacted as you’d expect. This intrusion (sugar bomb) is not surprising but it is inconvenient for us. We needed the Fed (& the other top 4 global central banks) to shut up this week, in order to be able to know whether last […] Read the rest of this entry