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File: a46710a2ed37ffd⋯.jpg (62.28 KB, 775x514, 775:514, IMG_20180205_092109.jpg)

 No.2380778

monitoring the market, trends, fluctuations

original post:

How can a lefty exploit this to their advantage? Is it too soon to try? DOW down about 1000 points since Thursday.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2018/02/05/dow-falls-300-points-open-extending-declines-last-week/306400002/

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 No.2726122

File: 52d301c08d969a8⋯.jpg (44.21 KB, 644x532, 23:19, StateOfTheDow01.JPG)

>>2726092

Way to fumble at the last minute. Pluge Protection Gang btfo going into the holidays.

Also, US markets are closed tomorrow for American Superindulgence day - enjoy sitting in the red till' Friday, PPG.


 No.2726129

>>2726122

LMAO @ the pic

fucking black friday and xmas shopping will save them


 No.2726132

>>2726122

>American Superindulgence day

what is?


 No.2726133

File: d027013481d84ba⋯.jpg (73.01 KB, 573x900, 191:300, toothbrush economics.jpg)

>>2726092

>he thinks these prices are low

When this is over you won't even be able to afford to BORROW a toothbrush.


 No.2726174

>>2726132

Blacked friday.


 No.2726179

>>2726132

After thanksgiving, massive sales start. Things that usually go for hundreds or thousands of dollars are slashed to a fraction of their usual price.

What follows is 48+ hours of an absolute shopping frenzy. There are stampedes. People get trampled. A year's worth of pressure under everyday capitalism is released, and the effect is explosive and devastating. You are watching people scramble for life boats that have been designed to be too few in number for everyone.


 No.2726197

File: 746dc482afee8bf⋯.jpg (92.39 KB, 400x528, 25:33, 746dc482afee8bf99577a052fe….jpg)

>>2726179

thanks for this… vivid… explanation.


 No.2726302

File: 8893595b26313f3⋯.jpg (101.56 KB, 1080x906, 180:151, 1542786121352.jpg)

>>2725266

>be boomer

>finally get fucked by porky at age 90

>rate them one out of five stars


 No.2726366

File: 3289da0e28ecccd⋯.jpg (89.93 KB, 1024x504, 128:63, DsjQa3RWkAARLQf.jpg)

>>2726179

>>2725531

>>2725577


 No.2726368


 No.2726374

>>2725266

>shorting natural gas before winter

top kek


 No.2726549

>>2726302

It only begin…


 No.2726636

File: 1c804aa810d62d9⋯.png (157.46 KB, 1794x1081, 78:47, ClipboardImage.png)

psst check this out


 No.2726642

File: 586e7f87ec9b1aa⋯.jpg (56.82 KB, 663x554, 663:554, F100.jpg)

File: b270d175c33c264⋯.jpg (56.55 KB, 664x552, 83:69, Cac.jpg)

File: 448dee087755632⋯.jpg (137.67 KB, 679x895, 679:895, Dax.jpg)


 No.2726656

File: dc3a2bf464f151e⋯.jpg (147.65 KB, 474x600, 79:100, gesti_frivolo234_428.jpg)

File: ab960be6b39cc77⋯.jpg (23.63 KB, 305x371, 305:371, italian-gesture-select-ita….jpg)

>>2726636

Hey momma! Check a this outta! It's a gonna crasha.


 No.2726662

File: 1d67eb7c38f3d36⋯.jpg (128.96 KB, 890x501, 890:501, capitalist kitsch.jpg)

>This year, try talking about money around the Thanksgiving table.

>Discussing finances with family and friends is rarely easy, but it can be refreshing

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/forget-politics-and-sports-talk-about-this-on-thanksgiving-2018-11-21

burgers, stahp

just crash and burn and die already


 No.2726666

File: 90974ab3c37c583⋯.jpg (31.33 KB, 396x445, 396:445, 1469109759320.jpg)

>>2726656

I feel really bad for them desu they got absolutly shafted by Germany and Europe and they got nothing in return.


 No.2726667

>>2726666

oh and the IMF of course


 No.2726669

Australias Property Bubble Bursting

Price falls in Sydney and Melbourne faster than during the great recession or any other event in at least 30 years: Sydney https://twitter.com/DocNicolaPowell/status/1055939261554319360 and Melbourne https://twitter.com/DocNicolaPowell/status/1055950182574055426

Only in 3 other extreme events have clearance rates been in the 30s in Sydney: https://twitter.com/LouiChristopher/status/1053585757351231488


 No.2726671

File: 7b5aaa7eb1dbe2a⋯.png (541.75 KB, 640x490, 64:49, check.png)

>>2726666

checkem


 No.2726678

File: 9200ee2ffd68434⋯.png (464.63 KB, 1824x1326, 304:221, 1542895958577.png)

File: cd35c7c52ec78d3⋯.png (43.23 KB, 199x238, 199:238, 2.png)

File: 546a887858f03bf⋯.png (49.72 KB, 202x325, 202:325, 1.png)

crypto people are fucking crazy


 No.2726680

File: 311eef686b89db8⋯.png (47.08 KB, 1148x194, 574:97, 1.png)

>>2724800

more buybacks


 No.2726682

>>2726678

You have to take into account that half of them are LARPers and that a lot of people in the other half have less than $100 in cold immaterial internet cash


 No.2726688

File: 5ed363dd31db70f⋯.jpg (322.86 KB, 912x943, 912:943, 1542896744504.jpg)

File: 5d861b1f81fe338⋯.jpg (158.95 KB, 797x546, 797:546, 1542900813840.jpg)

>>2726682

The general rule of thumbs is that the deeper they invest the more delusional and wishful they get. These people really thought that they bought winning lottery tickets.


 No.2726710

>>2726688

>Godl Member

>Bitlord

>JeffCruptoPesos

>Firmbiz94

What's with the super autistic names


 No.2726757

File: 98db43138fd868d⋯.png (30.22 KB, 1231x71, 1231:71, 1.png)

>>2726710

maybe they are super autists?


 No.2726892

File: 9737ab728f320d5⋯.jpg (26.84 KB, 380x380, 1:1, 9737ab728f320d57d5bfb79cb2….jpg)

>>2726669

>Chinese porky can't use housing to hide his capital anymore

>a bad thing


 No.2727021

File: d7c65738c1495d1⋯.png (32.65 KB, 547x192, 547:192, 1.png)

EU close


 No.2727025

>>2727023

>today

Try four days ago.


 No.2727029


 No.2727091

File: d49e8dccc2ad346⋯.png (29.64 KB, 545x186, 545:186, 1.png)

It's actually gonna drop under 4k today, holy shet.


 No.2727334

>>2727091

I feel love in air.


 No.2727351

File: 78a89fa11a31e2b⋯.png (28.68 KB, 539x187, 49:17, 1.png)

dem futures lookin good


 No.2727384

>>2727351

>$52 a barrell

Oh Neptune.


 No.2727398

>>2727351

23xxx next week, c'mon


 No.2727406

File: 33c7a6ab63ad53f⋯.jpg (316.9 KB, 1080x1847, 1080:1847, Screenshot_20181123-084207….jpg)

-100 futures on black fucking friday


 No.2727412

File: 17b27e3b2d59e2f⋯.jpg (287.49 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181123-084724….jpg)

Holy fuck oil might legitimately go under $50


 No.2727417

File: ff2a200b4e432ca⋯.jpg (218.83 KB, 850x1428, 25:42, __original_drawn_by_lulu_c….jpg)

>>2727091

wank material right there


 No.2727422

File: 8fab4c6b7f2fabf⋯.png (40.76 KB, 778x512, 389:256, 8fab4c6b7f2fabfd483e7b9c14….png)

>>2727417

m-milkies…


 No.2727446


 No.2727456

>>2725225

That like the one good line from that liberal version version.


 No.2727474

File: c81e51a24ae6794⋯.png (562.24 KB, 623x497, 89:71, 1.png)

>worse than worthless


 No.2727485

>>2727474

What does that even mean? Black Friday sales reports club you over the head and rifle through your pockets for yield?


 No.2727488

>>2727412

Black Friday, the day the Afrobol Gang got revenge on the Saudis for the East African Slave Trade.


 No.2727495


 No.2727498

>>2727485

>>2727474

>>2727495

They just meant that black friday sales report can't be used for stock market analysis. Not that the sales were particularly bad.


 No.2727500

>>2727498

That just means they're worthless.

What does WORSE than worthless mean?


 No.2727503

>>2727500

well if we take worthless to mean no (0) worth, then worse than worthless would mean less than that, ie. net negative.


 No.2727504

>>2727500

Worthless : can't be used for speculation

Worse than worthless : can make you lose money


 No.2727510

>>2727500

The article is just Porky hoping that the stalk market going down today won’t last. https://www.marketwatch.com/story/for-stock-market-investors-those-black-friday-sales-reports-are-worse-than-worthless-2018-11-23

Also what’s Cyber Monday


 No.2727525

>>2727510

Black Friday: temporary in-store sales

Cyber Monday: temporary online sales


 No.2727597

Well from personal experience it seems like our Black Friday was very conservative when it comes to buying things. I'm not sure if this is reflexive of everyone else's but my family hardly bought anything outside of new clothes.


 No.2727622

We should note that Black Friday isn't what it used to be. It's becoming less of a spectacle every year. And imo the sales have consistently gotten worse as well.


 No.2727706

File: eb14cab51415a74⋯.jpg (209.54 KB, 1080x1274, 540:637, Screenshot_20181123-151932….jpg)

File: 65a696ba630e37f⋯.gif (608.04 KB, 375x211, 375:211, 65a696ba630e37f685ffd03da4….gif)

>The dow has fallen over a 1000 points since monday


 No.2727807

File: a90290a12ad144c⋯.jpg (21.96 KB, 409x300, 409:300, 15309027869600.jpg)

>>2727775

Wild for whoms't? I'm as cozy as possible.


 No.2727845

>>2727807

For porky, when people who dont have wood stoves can't afford heating like 2008 there's gonna be hell to pay


 No.2727900

File: 87159a2caf970ca⋯.png (101.42 KB, 300x300, 1:1, sas.png)

>>2727897

w-why did it close early?


 No.2727901

File: 3c1ebe4bd19540e⋯.png (113.4 KB, 351x257, 351:257, 1.png)

>>2727900

brackuru fliduyu


 No.2727902

>>2727897

It has, got to about 23,580.


 No.2727970

Even if the stock market crash, what makes you think that people just won't back Trump and become even more reactionary? The difference between Dubya and Trump is the fact that Trump is willing to go out there himself and campaign. Getting people riled up and ready to back him.


 No.2727975

>>2727970

>The world is American politics inthis year


 No.2727976

File: 1ade33de1bd9ba6⋯.jpeg (199.46 KB, 1910x1000, 191:100, B36BD007-4769-4C3A-A172-D….jpeg)

>>2727970

Who the hell would he blame for it? His party has control over the government and his pick for FED chair is in charge. I know that Americans can be incredibly dumb, but I highly doubt Trump would be able to deflect blame away from a financial crash.


 No.2727987

>>2727975

You're right. Europe is actually considerably more likely to turn over towards reaction and fascism, though I bet their stomach for it won't be as tolerable.

>>2727976

Who the fuck knows, Trumpfags believe that the wildfires in California is fake somehow because fire can't burn cars.


 No.2728172

File: 73ed6e61e17983e⋯.png (370.3 KB, 761x365, 761:365, ClipboardImage.png)

I can't wait until this classcucked normalfag status-symbol of a brand dies.


 No.2728173

>>2728172

same, fam.

same


 No.2728213

>>2727976

>Who the hell would he blame for it?

The incoming Democrat-controlled House. Although they won't actually come into power until January.


 No.2728498

File: 66d4e6f2e8fc37c⋯.png (5.59 KB, 517x24, 517:24, Screenshot 2018-11-24 11.1….png)

File: 9ffbcb6ae4e8e14⋯.png (6.06 KB, 512x28, 128:7, Screenshot 2018-11-24 11.1….png)

File: ac6af75cf253030⋯.png (58.76 KB, 635x419, 635:419, Screenshot 2018-11-24 11.1….png)

>>2728172

>apple has lost 300 billions dollars in market value since its high in early october

welp fuck we are close to apples death bed


 No.2728517

>>2727987

>>2728213

Yeah I don't know how people like >>2727976 don't get this yet. Trumpets don't care about reality. If the god emperor blames Dems, they'll blame Dems. If he blames China, they'll blame China. If he blames Clinton and the deep state, they'll blame Clinton and the deep state. Even if they don't REALLY believe it, they'll repeat it to themselves and each other and to anyone who will listen until they do. They're a cult.

There will be some who abandon ship if the market crashes, but it's probably an 80/20 split between "cultists" and "supporters of convenience." Funny thing? Once that 20% is gone, the other 80% will get even crazier and become even more divorced from reality. Expect them to start building Trump temples soon after a market crash to keep the faith up.


 No.2728660

>>2728587

C


 No.2728665

File: 668d5f1e324cc87⋯.webm (2.34 MB, 480x360, 4:3, the promise of obscene en….webm)

>>2728587

>Can we have a Zizekian analysis of the Trump cult?

K


 No.2728674

>>2728517

Eh. I will give him this. The Gen Z/Millenial contingent of Trumpfaggotry will probably wither away and die.


 No.2728678

File: 833d948d8e03d14⋯.jpg (28.29 KB, 390x280, 39:28, businessman-thinks-about-j….jpg)

File: 300236354d0f3aa⋯.jpg (152.32 KB, 1300x957, 1300:957, businessman-sliding-down-c….jpg)

>>2728587

>Press C to give Apple CEOs Cansor

And S to shit on his fallen from skyscraper body.


 No.2728682

>>2728172

Even if there is no crash, I just want to see them gone so I can laugh at all the isheep on suicide watch.


 No.2728691

Could we strike back at porky by convincing enough people to pull all their savings from the bank?


 No.2728700

>>2728691

I doubt it. I don't think things really work that way any more.

Maybe if it were a mass, simultaneous withdrawal, but


 No.2728705

>>2728700

Tbh with the huge crisis coming there is a significant incentive for that. Maybe if a massive amount of propaganda was deployed at a specific time to tell people that :

>1. banks will collapse and the states wont bail them

>2. there won't be enough money for everyone once it happens

>3. better withdraw before credit cards, checks etc. no longer work

Don't make it a political statement against the bourgeoisie, make it a self-preservation thing.


 No.2728707

>>2728705

also if the message is really convincing enough, it will start to spread virally like crazy because if I pulled my savings from the banks [i actually did], I'd want my family and friends to do the same because I wouldn't want them to be ruined, especially if they're working class.


 No.2728714

>>2728498

So can we at this point safely say that of the various bubbles that have built up, the tech one has now burst? Question is, what will now be the effects down the line.


 No.2728716

>>2728714

It's going to spread to other sectors of activity, the systemic risk is huge and the entire thing is extremely fragile. It's going to spread to the student debt, to emerging countries' debts, to real estate, to basically the entire world economy. The wheels are already in motion and the states are weaker than ever to deal with this.


 No.2728719

>>2728637

rip nick mullen


 No.2728720

>>2728716

this gonna be worse than 2008?


 No.2728721

>>2728720

Oh yes. French economist Frederic Lordon already made that very clear, we're headed for a 2008-like crisis on steroids.


 No.2728722

>>2728721

lol whats gonna happen? fascism?


 No.2728726

>>2728722

It's actually very simple. Banks hold the payment infrastructure. Basically the entire backend of payments is going to be paralyzed.

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/what-would-the-world-look-like-if-the-banks-crashed-tomorrow-a6859221.html

Basically the state cannot allow this to happen else it's pretty much civil war.


 No.2728732

>>2728721

>>2728721

Link to article?


 No.2728737

>>2728732

https://youtu.be/jlh8rHR5f7Y

Not sure how good the automatic CC are.


 No.2728738

>>2728705

A potential problem with that is if people know or understand what FDIC means


 No.2728739

>>2728738

Well, if credit is paralyzed, it would mean credit cards wouldn't work, even if you can withdraw your savings. most people don't have much savings at all.


 No.2728740

>>2728738

That's never going to be enough for a total systemic disruption (ie what we're headed for). Lordon specifically adresses this point.


 No.2728746

File: 6613f7c013172af⋯.jpg (568.89 KB, 2040x1509, 680:503, 1542175080968.jpg)


 No.2728755

>>2728707

What would you do with your savings? Surely you're not hoarding cash?


 No.2728772

>>2728755

I bought physical gold but at this point even food, medicine, water and basic supplies are decent investments.


 No.2728789

>>2728746

Pictured: Marx pulling Dems to the left kicking and screaming.


 No.2728803


 No.2728810

>>2728498

how bout buying an iphone, tho?


 No.2728813

File: 9846929ae44e951⋯.jpg (18.53 KB, 320x320, 1:1, smug maki34324.jpg)

>>2728809

>mfw all the early adopter right wing e-celebs are going to have to get real jobs


 No.2728818

So bitcoin just fell 10% to 3700.

Friendly reminder that a lot of students have been using their student loans to invest in bitcoin, can't wait for the student loan crash.


 No.2728819

>>2728772

And antibiotics. In a SHTF scenario, you need antibiotics.


 No.2728820

>>2728810

I buy Leagoo and agitate my friends do the same or buy other cheap smartphone.

>>2728818

>Friendly reminder that a lot of students have been using their student loans to invest in bitcoin

And wave of suicides.


 No.2728821

>>2728818

it's actually quite unfortunate student loans are mostly held by the government, thus limiting the default contagion. The bigger issue it might cause is that none of these people will be buying homes, thus crashing the housing market.


 No.2728831

File: 01ed135af368402⋯.jpg (8.35 KB, 241x209, 241:209, laughing skeleton.jpg)


 No.2728917

File: deea5260bcd38b6⋯.png (128.22 KB, 890x225, 178:45, Screenshot_2018-11-25 biz….png)

File: d172eecc81e73ed⋯.png (53.15 KB, 180x234, 10:13, Screenshot_2018-11-25 biz….png)

File: 9ce1aec4cfaeea7⋯.png (42.85 KB, 135x257, 135:257, Screenshot_2018-11-25 biz….png)

File: cabaf5020dca810⋯.png (72.69 KB, 150x548, 75:274, Screenshot_2018-11-25 biz….png)

File: 14b3276f34e2af0⋯.png (105.36 KB, 713x240, 713:240, Screenshot_2018-11-25 biz….png)


 No.2728919

>>2728917

Oh shit I made that thread and forgot about it yeet.


 No.2728926

File: 731dae77b0b38ff⋯.webm (3.86 MB, 640x360, 16:9, 1401411217992.webm)


 No.2728939

>>2728917

This shit isn't going to work. Koch has way more resources when it comes to influencing people's opinion. I'm surprised that Trump's approval rating is like 40-45% at this point, but I highly doubt you could convert 4channalers into fucking communists.


 No.2728944

>>2728939

its best that we at least try anon


 No.2728948

>>2728944

I mostly just try to make anons purchase shitty purchases so that I can laugh at them later.


 No.2728957

>>2728948

madlad


 No.2728971

>>2728944

>the people that want to be the next Koch brothers will become communists


 No.2728975

>>2728971

You are giving them way too much credit. /biz/ is like 60% teenagers who put their allowance into shit coins.


 No.2729013

>>2728975

I think you mean they're adults who put their allowance into shit coins.


 No.2729037

>>2728884

>>2728637

do you honestly believe the uber wealthy give .0002% of a shit about bitcoin

they don't

it's a bunch of neets and wagies that got burned by it, the rich got richer off it if they even attempted to get into it when it was rising


 No.2729074

File: 3172212ff84d4c6⋯.jpg (54.94 KB, 644x588, 23:21, 1537300642802.jpg)

>tfw waiting for years now for it all to come crashing down

>tfw economic collapse=SHTF=mass death, including probably your own

>tfw actually feeling hopeful for the first time in over a decade, at the thought of it finally all being over, like if the team in charge of The Simpsons announced the show was finally going to end


 No.2729194

File: e89661ad4402a8b⋯.png (107.92 KB, 273x252, 13:12, 1520919152665.png)


 No.2729196

>>2728971

I hope so.


 No.2729214

File: e6be2c325f97a45⋯.jpg (199.99 KB, 1329x1074, 443:358, marx ishygddt.jpg)

>>2729213

>mining is industrial labor


 No.2729243

>>2729214

>>2729213

the SNLT that gets put into producing the electrical energy as well as the maintenance of clusters can be classified as industrial labor.

of course bitcoin itself not SNLT, but bitcoin is backed by many corporations and thus it maintains exchange-value.


 No.2729244

>>2728714

more like the Apple bubble. Tim Cook completely overvalued the Apple brand (assuming he even bothered doing financial evaluation at all)


 No.2729417

File: 223d356b659e895⋯.jpg (67.62 KB, 560x758, 280:379, winter-is-coming-preview.jpg)


 No.2729427

>>2728818

>a lot of students have been using their student loans to invest in bitcoin

Sauce? This sounds so pathetic that it's probably true.


 No.2729439

>>2729013

keked

>>2729074

I wish something would happen so I'm not forced to wagecuck but I'm sceptical. Nothing good ever happens when other people are responsible for it.


 No.2729532

>>2729427

depends how much stock you put in reddit posts and tabloid news articles.


 No.2729646

>>2728746

Does Ben Garrison really believe the shit he draws? The man truly does come off as legitimately deranged with a clear amount of weird psychosexual issues to boot


 No.2729647

>>2729646

>a clear amount of weird psychosexual issues to boot

As far as conservatives go, he doesn't seem that bad. Disregarding his depictions of Trump.


 No.2729657

File: ae8e0a448d2ed32⋯.jpg (190.16 KB, 1050x800, 21:16, yamuvlntla021.jpg)

File: f82c7599b1641d5⋯.jpg (557.61 KB, 2040x1503, 680:501, jaz7sttmit411.jpg)

File: a78156d4a580eba⋯.jpg (547.78 KB, 2040x1477, 2040:1477, 2c3l47jviga11.jpg)

File: 05b027227d047be⋯.jpg (153.7 KB, 960x719, 960:719, cjxcg3gymar01.jpg)

File: 23c7a5212d9620e⋯.jpg (87.71 KB, 582x767, 582:767, 88w17blnssl11.jpg)

>>2729647

>Disregarding his depictions of Trump.

But you can't.


 No.2729678

>>2729657

No way he isn't gay


 No.2729689

File: 121c9b673ae9838⋯.jpg (178.29 KB, 1049x856, 1049:856, Screenshot_20181125-124823.jpg)

The Dow 30 is down almost to the same levels we saw at the beginning of the year when Trump was threatening China with tariffs.


 No.2729716

>>2729678

Just because one lazy strongman cartoon? Cmon…


 No.2729772

>>2729652

Did he really, or is that just a meme?


 No.2729778

>>2729657

>JERUSALEM

based zion ben

t. /bol/


 No.2729936

File: 1428487a4dd5429⋯.mp4 (25.01 KB, 500x250, 2:1, nickleson.mp4)

>mfw remembering that I was considering buying some bitcoin 2 weeks ago


 No.2729944

File: 8d9cd36b2b2ebc7⋯.png (43.95 KB, 545x200, 109:40, 1.png)

>>2727091

It took 2 more days, but it did go under 4k leading up to "cyber monday." Can't wait for 3k.


 No.2729949

File: b3fb05eddea054a⋯.png (52.64 KB, 294x304, 147:152, Untitled(5).png)

>>2729936

Be glad you didn't, holy fuck.

On the bright side though when it stabilizes I might throw some in to just sit on. I have a feeling this isn't the last we've seen of faggot coin.


 No.2729985

>>2729657

>trump still hasn't delivered his rhetoric about locking Clinton up

no need to remind me ben

>the lotr comic

okay, that was epic


 No.2730036

>>2729657

the lotr image is beyond cursed


 No.2730122

>>2728172

All corporations are cancer, but Apple proves that some are more cancerous than others.


 No.2730235

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/us-stock-futures-sharply-higher-as-oil-prices-rebound-2018-11-26

>U.S. stock futures pointed to gains at the start of the week for Wall Street on Monday, with that boost possibly driven by climbing oil prices. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures YMZ8, +1.08% rose 275 points, or 1.2%, to 24,542, while S&P 500 index futures ESZ8, +1.16% gained 33 points, or 1.3%, to 2,662.75 and Nasdaq-100 futures nzz8 jumped 109.50 points, or 1.7%, to 6,640.75. Gains come on the heels of the worst Thanksgiving week since 2011 for U.S. indexes, with all three logging losses of at least 3.5%. Stocks were pressured by falling oil prices, but the commodity was clawing back some gains on Monday. After losing 7.7% in Friday's session alone, U.S. crude futures CLF9, +1.43% rose 1.6% to $51.23 a barrel, while Brent crude uk:lxof9 jumped 2% to $59.98. Europe stocks also bounced at the open, and along with U.S. stock futures gains, suggest a "potential reversal for the global stock markets but after the steep losses seen earlier in the month it will take a lot of effort to reverse the bias," said Konstantinos Anthis, head of research at ADSS, in a note to clients.


 No.2730238

>>2729657

That LotR one is like when some basic bitch says they love a band and when you ask which song is their favorite they accuse you of gatekeeping. Comparing politics to movies is retarded, but thinking Aragorn of all people would approve of Trump shows just how disconnected from reality (and fantasy in this case) Garrison is. It's the most telling of all his comics I've seen.


 No.2730289

File: f2169aca028982e⋯.png (28.89 KB, 950x326, 475:163, Screenshot_2018-11-26 Dow ….png)

File: 1e917575ed3986c⋯.jpg (188.85 KB, 755x687, 755:687, 1504997543287.jpg)

CYBER MONDAY ON ACTION

CAPITALISM WINS AGAIN

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA


 No.2730291

>>2730289

It's like it's a cycle or something…


 No.2730298

File: b02f533c84bfada⋯.png (173.78 KB, 324x318, 54:53, distorky.png)

>>2730289

WE'RE BACK LEFTY PROLES


 No.2730374

File: c38a1e4af26f5aa⋯.png (28.05 KB, 334x187, 334:187, 1.png)

>>2729944

ABSOLUTELY CRASHING

-400 point in under a day. 3k, here we come.


 No.2730375

File: 87afe2bf0e81cc2⋯.png (1.73 KB, 65x109, 65:109, 1.png)


 No.2730393

>>2730289

Get outta here gaylord


 No.2730411

File: 2eecbf7d3765769⋯.jpg (306.23 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181126-124003….jpg)

Were starting to fall


 No.2730544

>>2730411

It's back commie.


 No.2730598

The final crash won't come until inflation and the effects of the rate hikes gets fully priced into the market, be patient people.


 No.2730636

>>2730598

Rate hikes cause deflation you economic illiterate.


 No.2730638

>>2730636

No shit, but the effect of rate hikes generally lags behind inflation. The inflation is being caused by the tight labor market, the hot economy, and the trade war. These things put downward pressure on profit regardless of the inflation.

Rate hikes also put a downward pressure on profits by increasing the cost of borrowing and that's the essence of what I'm talking about.


 No.2730701

>>2729936

Dumb fuck.


 No.2730862

File: 9e32d0200707793⋯.png (45.23 KB, 1149x175, 1149:175, 1.png)

>>2726680

more buyback


 No.2731256

File: bdd8a3aa5e703ee⋯.png (35.01 KB, 546x192, 91:32, 1.png)

File: e2b867f27a7961a⋯.png (31.7 KB, 543x197, 543:197, 2.png)

EU ongoing, US futures.


 No.2731313

File: 00d2ccd510d0bb9⋯.png (29.4 KB, 649x540, 649:540, StateOfTheDow_01.PNG)

And they're off!


 No.2731323

File: c89dc91145f9c52⋯.jpg (279.77 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181127-100403….jpg)

Burn


 No.2731329

LOL when typing "dow jones" into the chrome address bar it puts the state of the index next to the url if it's in the green, but not when it's in the red


 No.2731368

>>2730862

wonder if they're going to hit the big Trillion this year.


 No.2731551

https://www.mediamatters.org/video/2018/11/27/Fox-Business-host-fears-capitalism-is-in-trouble-because-Americans-will-see-companies-post/222161

>CHARLES PAYNE (FOX BUSINESS HOST): And again, it's not like they're in dire straits. Now, they're trying to get ahead of things, they want a big fat cash flow. But this is why, I think, capitalism in and of itself is in a lot of trouble in the country. Because, you know, these companies keep posting record earnings and they keep firing people. They keep posting record earnings and they buying back billions of dollars of their own stock. The American public is going to get hip to this and my fear is that they're going to end up electing, not a democratic socialist, just a straight-up socialist because of these kind of shenanigans. They should have saw this coming a long time ago.

Well someone's getting scared here.


 No.2731595

>>2731329

Showing the state of the market when it's down is an ethical conundrum because on the one hand honesty should require it but on the other showing people it's down pushes it down further.


 No.2731605


 No.2731630

File: 77bb7ab41a3373e⋯.jpeg (177.35 KB, 1000x692, 250:173, 1847C403-A03B-4A39-9400-A….jpeg)

>>2731605

>Red October

THE PROPHECY


 No.2731681

Tesla sales in China plummet 70% as Sino-US trade war drags on

Beijing’s counter-tariffs have hurt Tesla’s vehicle sales in China. They are down by 70 percent in October against the same period a year ago, according to China’s automotive body. The latest data from the industry body revealed that the US automaker sold just 211 cars in China last month.

Tesla announced plans to slash prices of its electric vehicles, including the Model X and Model S, in China by 12 percent to 26 percent respectively. The step will reportedly make the cars more affordable and will help to absorb more of the hit from tariff hikes.

“We are absorbing a significant part of the tariff to help make our cars more affordable for customers in China,” the statement reads.

https://www.rt.com/business/444983-china-tesla-sales-plunge/


 No.2732006

File: 4b3a190b774171f⋯.png (58.47 KB, 881x523, 881:523, yield curve.png)

YIELD CURVE GOING FLAT

It hasn't gone negative quite yet, but it's getting there. This tells us two things:

1. The big crash is coming soon.

2. Until the curve inverts and a couple months have passed, screaming "THIS IS IT!!!" whenever a dip occurs is just shitposting.


 No.2732008

>>2731630

It is an year late, comrade.


 No.2732334

>>2732006

>2. Until the curve inverts and a couple months have passed, screaming "THIS IS IT!!!" whenever a dip occurs is just shitposting.

t. gatekeeper


 No.2732417

Look like market wait friday with great hope.


 No.2732486

Well it seems as if the Fed isn't very interested in raising up interest rates anymore. Seems like they pussied out. Here we come inflation.


 No.2732494

>>2732006

Explain yeild curve pls.


 No.2732502

>>2732494

One reliable signal for this in the past has been the inversion of the bond yield curve. The interest rate for borrowing money for one year is much lower usually than the rate for borrowing for ten years for obvious reasons (the lender gets paid back quicker). So the yield curve between the ten-year rate and the one year rat is normally positive (say 4% compared to 1%).

The general idea is that a steepening yield curve, where long rates are rising faster than short rates, indicates that credit is easy to access and profits are high enough from faster economic growth. But when short-term yields rise above the prevailing long-term bond rate it indicates credit conditions have become unusually restrictive compared to profits and that there is a very high probability that a recession will arrive within about a year.

RBC investment strategist, Jim Allworth reckons that: “There hasn’t been a recession in more than 60 years that wasn’t preceded by an inversion of the yield curve. On average, the yield curve has inverted 14 months prior to the onset of a recession (median 11 months). The shortest “early warning” was eight months. We are not there yet in the US and certainly nowhere near in Europe. But the US curve is going in that direction.”

>https://thenextrecession.wordpress.com/2018/06/10/trumps-tantrums-and-the-world-economy/


 No.2732797

DOW closed +617


 No.2732831

>>2732797

Trump bullied the Fed into backing down on rate hikes. Now comes the inflation


 No.2732950

File: 14613c410ea8632⋯.jpg (231.46 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, lfmao.jpg)

File: 79d0910dceaafa9⋯.png (268.14 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, dow_jones_world_ender.png)


 No.2732952

>>2732912

The federal reserve deemed that the economy is "just below" what is necessary to keep it healthy. Trump has also been shitting on Jerome Powell for raising up interest rates, and I believe that yesterday Trump was getting incredibly irate at the federal reserve too.

https://www.newsweek.com/federal-reserve-trump-powell-yellen-interest-rates-economy-stock-market-1235614

Explains the situation well enough. My favorite part is that Trump hired him because he was tall.


 No.2732957

>>2732952

> Trump hired him because he was tall.

Tall people are the real Jews.


 No.2732963

>>2732957

6'1 here, can confirm as the jewest goy you can find.


 No.2733187

File: b4dc443397a1d13⋯.png (406.02 KB, 600x400, 3:2, ClipboardImage.png)

>>2732831

>implying he didn't save the economy


 No.2733189

>>2733187

what economy? we are living in a bubble.


 No.2733198

File: 22166c7cabfa28c⋯.png (713.99 KB, 976x1010, 488:505, ClipboardImage.png)

>>2733189

the wojak economy


 No.2733259

>>2732950

>forecasting the stock market based on the shape of the chart

hedge funds are able to do a bit of this with super computers, but it's never as simplistic as the first image would indicate

most of this stuff is essentially astrology, it has no empirical backing


 No.2733533

The front page of market watch is pretty wild today


 No.2733573

>>2733533

>the main proponent of radical saving to retire early is named Mr Money Mustache

haha what the fuck


 No.2733654

>>2733259

>falling for the basic economics meme this easily


 No.2733681

File: 0eabbffcb44f697⋯.png (53.67 KB, 663x545, 663:545, ClipboardImage.png)

P O W E R

H O U R


 No.2733700

>>2733681

Look like traders wait for results of G20, or not?


 No.2734213

File: 584860239bf59bb⋯.png (30.77 KB, 538x193, 538:193, 1.png)

WOOOooosh

EU start


 No.2734301


 No.2734416

File: e6603805ef11824⋯.png (34.75 KB, 547x200, 547:200, 1.png)

File: 557e90a4bc02543⋯.png (28.79 KB, 614x399, 614:399, 2.png)

roller-coaster mode: ON


 No.2734421

how would we experience a market crash if the private debt/GDP isn't growing nearly as much as it was in 2008?

https://tradingeconomics.com/united-states/private-debt-to-gdp


 No.2734512

File: d74e723aa72babe⋯.png (75.75 KB, 494x528, 247:264, felder.png)

>>2734421

>how would we experience a market crash if the private debt/GDP isn't growing nearly as much as it was in 2008?

Because capitalism never solves its crisis problems: it just moves them around. In this case it moved its problems to China which has seen explosive growth in its private debt/GDP ratio.

I'm not really sure, though. Hard to say what will happen. It's also difficult to track private debt/GDP. The FT had an article today saying the private debt/GDP levels in the U.S. have reached 2008 levels. Maybe the growth rate has slowed down relative to the runup before 2008, but the U.S. economy is still overburdened with private debt because it never restructured.

>In the large US market, corporate debt as a percentage of gross domestic product is at a record high, breaching even the previous top in 2008, according to Edward Marrinan, head of credit strategy for North America at HSBC.

>He pointed out that the “bigger concern”, however, was the “degraded credit portfolio” of the US non-financial investment grade arena. About half of the debt capitalisation of a Bloomberg basket of the asset class carries a triple-B rating, according to Mr Marrinan, the lowest possible investment grade rung.

>“In an adverse economic environment or in the event of an exogenous shock, we believe further downgrades to the constituents of this segment would present a serious challenge to the broader US dollar credit complex,” he said. “Hence, discretion is advised.”

https://t.co/WYEa9YOPsE


 No.2734556


 No.2734568

>>2734512

>China which has seen explosive growth in its private debt/GDP ratio

I thought China was still central planning, which means they wouldn't even have a credit/debt system.


 No.2734572

>>2734568

>I thought China was still central planning, which means they wouldn't even have a credit/debt system.

They do, the banks are just state owned. China has been basically splurging on private debt which is why they have those ghost cities with tens of millions of empty homes. It's the biggest private debt bubble in history, has kept the global economy propped up since 2008, and now you're seeing this rapid deceleration.

This doesn't mean the end of the world or anything. Don't really know. The actual amount of "bad debt" in China might not be so high. They'll just slow way down and get stuck in the low-growth doldrums like the rest of us because they have built way too much capacity. But this could have all kinds of knock-on effects elsewhere, like emerging markets blowing up suddenly. The global economy will enter into a recession, which is inevitable anyways. Or it could all collapse you never know


 No.2734574

And when I say private debt I mean loans to consumers and business – particularly the latter – and it goes "bad" when borrowers can't repay. I think the big problem in the U.S. economy as well is too much corporate debt without the earnings to show for it. It'll all come due.


 No.2737083

>>2734568

From what I've read, central planning has been de-emphasized in some sectors to allow for more 'market driven' growth.


 No.2737622

File: f20f4f67aafbbcd⋯.png (100.08 KB, 302x195, 302:195, 1.png)


 No.2737700

>>2737622

https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/bitcoin-hashrate.html#1y

unfortunately that hasn't yet correlated to a decrease in mining. In fact it has been increasing as price has been decreasing all year. Which shouldn't happen, afaik.


 No.2737712

File: 989e4e190685d74⋯.jpg (281.51 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181203-100742….jpg)

Dow started at 400 but is falling quickly


 No.2737762

File: 346126864e611c0⋯.jpg (283.85 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181203-112136….jpg)

Dow has lost half of their opening gains


 No.2737962


 No.2737965

File: 6e5f514c2b4469c⋯.jpg (39.51 KB, 500x775, 20:31, 6e5f514c2b4469cfdf3e2095e1….jpg)

>>2737962

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, THE RIDE HAS JUST STARTED


 No.2737975

File: d40f8780808e13d⋯.jpg (9.62 KB, 281x234, 281:234, d40f8780808e13daab268edf0e….jpg)


 No.2737988

File: 1872a054b84f837⋯.jpg (33 KB, 353x347, 353:347, 1872a054b84f8377edfe32c3a5….jpg)


 No.2738011

>>2737962

>Global order collapsing

>Uprising in France

>Crisis of capitalism imminent

This is the best Christmas present ever


 No.2738017

File: 8b102baed42cab4⋯.jpg (144.67 KB, 1440x1126, 720:563, 8b102baed42cab4faf3b0215cd….jpg)

>>2738011

low key kind feel like we're just gonna get fascism unfortunately


 No.2738029

>>2738017

Socialists need to get their ass in gear and start mass organizing before its too late and we have nothing to show for when the time comes.


 No.2738036


 No.2738284

>>2738017

in McCarthyized neoliberal hellholes like America where Marx is demonized in every public school, for sure.


 No.2738306

>>2738284

Russian workers tore up socialist pamphlets and spit on them before October of '17, have some hope.


 No.2738322

>>2738306

a small group of people doing something doesn't mean they all collectively thought Socialism was bad


 No.2738336

File: 1cc3558d95ecc8a⋯.png (719.33 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, 65a82762f755e4a9b19022d4f3….png)

>>2737962

Welp. Expect the crash in about a year.


 No.2738411

>>2738017

I honestly feel like America is fucked, and I should just leave and organize somewhere else.


 No.2738412

>>2738411

There's nothing more damaging to the cause than expats trying to convert native normies


 No.2738491

>>2738412

Just change your name, pound the local language and dialect into your head, and dose yourself with melanotan II and you'll be fine.


 No.2738548

>>2738411

No no, America will be fine for another 30 years or so. It's Europe's post-imperial decline phase which is really starting to kick off. The US will begin the same soon, but it is a stage


 No.2738553

>>2738548

All indicators point to a rapid decline in the US. True brainlet analysis.


 No.2738573

File: eb9f525af576671⋯.png (68.81 KB, 1263x585, 421:195, ClipboardImage.png)

S&P 500 is about to deathcross. The real panic starts then. The crash will happen sooner than you think.

By January, the wheels will come off.


 No.2738621

File: aaa3ecde093ac29⋯.jpg (41.68 KB, 512x522, 256:261, aaa3ecde093ac29fbecd7b9508….jpg)

>>2737962

Good, good, very good


 No.2738871

Dow at -436


 No.2738883

File: 9f6328593550885⋯.png (67.31 KB, 638x466, 319:233, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.2738889

>>2738883

The entire U.S. economy was actually propped up by Tumblr porn futures. What have they done


 No.2738904

File: f0bf98895064f39⋯.jpg (297.53 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181204-130906….jpg)

HERE WE GO


 No.2738908

File: 350a7d40979b505⋯.png (7.65 KB, 110x176, 5:8, F-Grora7.png)

BUT TRUMP XI CHINA TRADE TRUCE!


 No.2738920

File: 8858d523e518a56⋯.jpg (300.26 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181204-132513….jpg)

File: d11c70f399b852e⋯.png (239.46 KB, 314x561, 314:561, 9ec80674d6ba73f65ee0878e72….png)

-600


 No.2738923

File: 391f44770b14fcd⋯.jpg (294.82 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181204-132718….jpg)

BURN


 No.2738925

File: e0c16237f45b226⋯.jpg (294.75 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181204-132752….jpg)

3%


 No.2738926

It just keeps tumbling down. Tumbling down. Tumbling down~


 No.2738927

File: c3c5b5e5fbe982b⋯.jpg (309.01 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181204-132906….jpg)

-700


 No.2738943

File: 44b39707308f4c8⋯.jpg (20.19 KB, 508x493, 508:493, 125654161.jpg)

File: 107418de9896d0e⋯.png (34.08 KB, 960x347, 960:347, Screenshot_2018-12-04 Dow ….png)

>Implying crashes can happen.

Holy fuck you /leftypol/ folks sure are pathetic. It seems someone who has actually studied BASIC ECONOMICS and not your methaphysical black marxist bible (also known as Das Kapital) has to show you what's going on.

Ok.

The markets has ups and downs, but ultimately, it goes up. When it's red, you buy because you know and trust that the market will go green again, and it goes green again. You just need to trust in the invisible hand (the market) and you will be fine.

This is just a

HUGE,

and I REPEAT,

HUGE,

opportunity to buy some stock, as the prices are down.

What happens is that we're entering the post-obama market, where the up and downs are more, let's say, "accentuated".

When will you learn, you dirty commies?

There's no crash coming in.

Capitalism is just winning again, and you just don't know about it.


 No.2738948

File: 71a16750bb1d605⋯.png (70.41 KB, 960x411, 320:137, ClipboardImage.png)

>>2738943

>DOW has flatlined for a whole year

<it'll go back up we promis!

kek

if it does go back up it'll be from inflation or some other bullshit, not your magical invisible hand (which always pulls down, by the way)


 No.2738968

>>2738943

>just trust in the invisible hand of the market lol

This is a disgusting parody of Adam Smith who you fucks pretend to follow so your ideology can appear to have a precedent, fuck off and go deepthroat your corporate overlords.

Is there anything worse in this world than bourgeois economists?


 No.2738974

File: 8fe78666994be27⋯.png (254.18 KB, 593x348, 593:348, ClipboardImage.png)

>>2738968

bourgeois economists are fine, the dishonest ones who have no fucking idea what they're talking about are not.


 No.2738990

lol plunge protection gang is just a funny RP guy. He's one of us.


 No.2738992

File: 47e5360f1664ad1⋯.png (219.1 KB, 498x352, 249:176, 1486884868427.png)

>>2737962

Please God let this be it. I'm so tired and I just want it to end.


 No.2738995

>>2738943

The stock market is negative for the year lol


 No.2738996

>>2738992

2-10 yield curve has been closing to within 0.1%


 No.2738999

Actually it's not crashing, it's merely bowing its head in memorial for its loyal servant, the imperialist running dog George H.W. Bush


 No.2739001

-2 and a half percent and it's not even 3pm lmao


 No.2739007

File: 828a57434e35153⋯.jpg (80.14 KB, 891x389, 891:389, Screenshot_20181204-141735….jpg)

10-2 year curve atm at .15%


 No.2739109


 No.2739113

File: ab6da8166e019bd⋯.png (31.88 KB, 951x277, 951:277, 3pm baby.PNG)

3PM baby let's go


 No.2739126

>>2739007

There's no way porky can spin that one. Crash fucking confirmed. You better get prepared, anons.


 No.2739157

File: 5f72b39372fd941⋯.png (26.05 KB, 483x664, 483:664, 7706a53189588ba6271cf06ae7….png)

Where will we land today boys?


 No.2739159

>>2739157

can I see the link to this?


 No.2739165


 No.2739211

>>2739007

That's a wrap then, crash is pretty much guaranteed with a year now.


 No.2739216

>>2739157

made it into 4th place lads.


 No.2739219


 No.2739221

File: fee81185f003590⋯.jpg (82.71 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, fee81185f0035908a1613f2d72….jpg)


 No.2739243

File: 6154096d86b0841⋯.jpg (179.53 KB, 720x400, 9:5, 6154096d86b084179e4972ce54….jpg)

-799

non state solutions when?


 No.2739252

File: e4e033400eac833⋯.jpg (435.89 KB, 1420x788, 355:197, finviz.jpg)

File: bf6cfd5aeaecfdf⋯.png (358.42 KB, 999x815, 999:815, a379e90193f9ae6b87740a72f5….png)


 No.2739280

>mfw I had a small inheritance and spent it all to buy physical gold

>gold prices hiking up

>meaning trust in banking institutions is going down

oh shit it's happening for real


 No.2739326


 No.2739332

>>2739252

based utilities


 No.2739469

>>2739326

Thank you Plunge-kun.


 No.2739502

File: 87ab83c66e16553⋯.jpg (27.07 KB, 444x794, 222:397, unhappy pig.jpg)

>>2737962

>mfw I chose being a class traitor over gambling on PSLF but capitalism's going to be in flames before I pay my loans off anyway

God fucking dammit


 No.2739511

>>2737962

>3-5 Year Yield curve is inverting.

Brainlet here

What does this mean?


 No.2739520

>>2739511

Recession next year, every recession in the 2nd half of the 20th and 21st centuries had an inverted yield curve


 No.2739531

>>2739511

Pull your savings from the bank and tell your friends and family to do the same, there won't be enough for everyone. We're headed for 2008 on steroids.


 No.2739581

>>2739531

>>2739520

That bad, huh?

Fuck.


 No.2739588

>>2739581

Yes and probably worse, it's hard to tell how much damage will be done. This can even very quickly lead to widespread hunger riots as the payment infrastructure of banks collapse.

If the banks default and the state cannot bail them, it means you can't pay with check or credit card. You're going to be left with whatever pocket change you have, which means you're going to be fine for maybe a week if you don't mind eating a lot of rice or potatoes.

In places with high population density, a complete systemic failure of the banking infrastructure would spell armageddon lest the state take exceptionnal measures.

Yes, it is that bad and barely anyone has a clue what's going on, if they knew, it would only precipitate it.


 No.2739592

NIKKEI DOWN 520 POINTS -2.4%


 No.2739595

>>2739588

>This can even very quickly lead to widespread hunger riots as the payment infrastructure of banks collapse

no it fucking won't, be real.

shit will get more expensive but that's about it.


 No.2739596

File: e71f3c17934a5c1⋯.jpg (24.6 KB, 512x342, 256:171, happening.jpg)

>>2739007

where on the scale are we?


 No.2739606

>>2739595

For your own sake you best hope you are correct


 No.2739609

>you can't stop it

Bordering on "it's too late"


 No.2739614

>>2739595

If states bail out the banks like they did in 2008, sure.

If they don't, brace for impact.


 No.2739623

>>2739596

"It's too late"


 No.2739625

>>2739596

you can't stop it

But any time can be rushed to its habbening.


 No.2739626

>>2739614

why fucking wouldn't they?


 No.2739631

>>2739626

There is hardly any more money to steal from the proletariat. By the nature of the markets, they cannot function if the lower classes have no money, as it ends all consumption which would destroy capitalism. Not to mention the possibility of uprising.


 No.2739636

>>2739626

Because we're already reaching the breaking point. They only have so much money to work with, intentionally lower their budgets due to austerity, the working class is getting impoverished and taking more from them will kill markets by driving consumers' purchasing power through the ground.


 No.2739657

>>2737962

how is this necessarily bad? it dipped below 0 in 2000 and there was no 2000 market crash


 No.2739658

>>2739520

I understand that the inversion of the yield curve is bad, but can someone explain why?


 No.2739673

>>2739658

it's not, the Fed will just make interest rate increases.

I mean if they don't, it's bad, but they will.


 No.2739675

>>2739658

https://www.investopedia.com/terms/i/invertedyieldcurve.asp

There's fairly clear and in-depth explanations there.


 No.2739688

>>2739657

The dotcom bubble popped.


 No.2739699

>>2739687

Then you're looking at a dollar crisis and the consequences will be worldwide.


 No.2739701

>>2739596

We're at You Can't Stop It.


 No.2739703

>>2739658

Yield curve tells us what the returns on long and short term investments are. When short term investments are more profitable than long term, it means long term investment has somehow turned shit, indicating that a crash is coming. The reason this inversion happens is that profitability in general has turned shitty. Bigger/longer investments require more capital outlay as well. Basically, the inversion is a symptom of the underlying profitability crisis, and a very reliable one.


 No.2739706

>>2739687

>The Federal Reserve can create money out of thin air.

They'll run out of other people's labor value eventually. No matter who prints the money, it's inescapable that printing money without a corresponding increase in labor inputs is useless and causes inflation. The fed just gets to print more because the USA commands/imperializes way more labor than other countries.


 No.2739723

>>2739706

>They'll run out of other people's labor value eventually.

he said, desperately.


 No.2739731

>>2739658

One reason is that investors are expecting a downturn, or they're expecting the fed to lower interest rates in the near future (because of a slowdown) and want to lock in interest rates for longer term bonds while they're still high. Doing this drives down the interest rates on long term bonds, causing an inversion to happen: where short term bonds have higher interest rates than long-term.


 No.2739875

someBODY ONCE TOLD ME


 No.2739878

File: 0f71dd7fe12adc1⋯.png (62.2 KB, 516x523, 516:523, 1543977070094.png)

JUST


 No.2739884

>>2739878

Uh, logically wouldn't its value increase as it approached zero?


 No.2739885

Start shorting everything you can now, you'll thank me in 8 1/2 months.


 No.2739892

Ladies and gentlemen, let the games begin


 No.2739898

>>2739885

Thank you based anon, I will leverage my LA condo right now.


 No.2739924

>>2739885

It might cost you a lot to short if the collapse takes 14 months to come lol


 No.2739940

>>2739885

I don't have any damn money, and you can't just short random shit, you have to actually figure out which bubbles will collapse and how to short them


 No.2740292

File: c3fefce1849fa00⋯.gif (38.12 KB, 180x184, 45:46, 2356.gif)

>Weak Euro-Area Growth Is Here to Stay as Italy Recession Looms

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-12-05/weak-euro-area-growth-is-here-to-stay-as-italy-recession-looms

Shit's really about to hit the fan all around the globe isn't it


 No.2740307

File: 24a58fa43ee3cfc⋯.png (34.47 KB, 540x183, 180:61, 1.png)

EU start


 No.2740308

File: 4c046f68c6fb612⋯.png (62.18 KB, 1144x245, 1144:245, 1.png)

>>2730862

more buybacks


 No.2740310

File: 17bcc14409f01c0⋯.png (1.23 MB, 500x375, 4:3, -Bane-Wall-Street-.png)


 No.2740339

File: 92536bcb2cb1859⋯.webm (12.22 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, crashing this stock excha….webm)


 No.2740377

>>2740307

>ftse finally below 7000

I been waiting motherfucker


 No.2740385

>>2739885

I just buy month out SPY and QQQ puts every time there's a bounce and average down the way up

free money every time, bought a fuckton extra when I saw the tariff man tweet yesterday


 No.2740936

Is there a reason the DOW didn't open today?


 No.2740957

>>2740936

national day of mourning in muttland for Bush


 No.2740960

>>2740936

Didn't they hold a memorial for Bush?


 No.2741249

File: 306a182787f0e54⋯.jpg (284.49 KB, 1080x1806, 180:301, Screenshot_20181205-202151….jpg)

File: 1b354c1c3327413⋯.jpg (140.31 KB, 965x952, 965:952, 1b3.jpg)

-300


 No.2741275

File: 364daf49ac27a21⋯.jpg (288.09 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181205-204357….jpg)

-400 when


 No.2741286

File: 6c5c668b883ce09⋯.png (44.38 KB, 775x275, 31:11, Screen Shot 2018-12-05 at ….png)

It keeps on going down


 No.2741296

Quick question, has anyone tried to meme the stock market into crashing before?


 No.2741333

File: d432a9d3c2630a4⋯.jpg (197.3 KB, 1080x1098, 60:61, Screenshot_20181205-221455….jpg)

Under .1% when


 No.2741335

>>2741296

Meme magic is idealism and should be avoided lest you go to gulag.


 No.2741339

File: 140efed100d9c49⋯.jpg (289.27 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181205-221942….jpg)

File: 13941fea0cdb708⋯.jpg (193.03 KB, 1080x1393, 1080:1393, Screenshot_20181205-221920….jpg)

Asia burns


 No.2741351

>>2741333

>that flatline

I'm guessing the Fed picked up on this already


 No.2741352

>>2740339

>there's no money you can still

<really? then why are you people here?

based


 No.2741367

File: 10237d64181119b⋯.jpeg (895.79 KB, 1228x1182, 614:591, 10237d64181119b0d9d908101….jpeg)

>>2739940

Take a loan and look up stock options. Buy puts on SPY/QQQ and enjoy your free money poorfag.


 No.2741369

>>2741367

Also, use robinhood


 No.2741431

File: 60ef23d6149ddfb⋯.jpeg (65.44 KB, 640x800, 4:5, 11FBA0B6-3D94-4473-9F2E-B….jpeg)

Dow futures well below 25000. Should be a good one.


 No.2741437

File: 41d4bd1b2e5a535⋯.png (55.06 KB, 1144x224, 143:28, 1.png)

File: 74799feb9b691ac⋯.jpg (43.98 KB, 590x350, 59:35, 125.jpg)

>>2740308

8 billion dollas buyback coming thru


 No.2741449

>>2741437

Is there some kind of graph that shows buybacks over time? I'd love to watch it spike.


 No.2741569

File: 0db9a3ed4f11f1d⋯.png (712.08 KB, 800x1153, 800:1153, Screenshot_2018-12-06-17-1….png)

Y'all ready for this?


 No.2741594

File: 4c46a079d07c8f2⋯.png (32.93 KB, 545x193, 545:193, 1.png)

File: ce0a671cf73c372⋯.png (32.33 KB, 548x197, 548:197, 2.png)

File: 80c3358efbace28⋯.png (35.12 KB, 547x187, 547:187, 3.png)

EU ongoing, US futures, ponzi coins.


 No.2741595


 No.2741598

File: 6d8aaf7d3adb81a⋯.jpg (324.55 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181206-083655….jpg)

File: 6b30e171cec6901⋯.jpg (85.26 KB, 333x500, 333:500, rollercoaster.jpg)

HERE WE GO


 No.2741603

File: 2bfec6fd3f0da3a⋯.gif (730.43 KB, 500x282, 250:141, tomoko laugh.gif)

WE ARE ARRIVING AT THE STATION


 No.2741616

File: 69af2f5bcabe4fc⋯.png (21.24 KB, 152x254, 76:127, sickos.png)

Merry Christmas hahahaa!


 No.2741625

File: bcc1f214cca84e4⋯.png (21.74 KB, 638x525, 638:525, StateOfTheDow_02.PNG)

Market open for 2 minutes.

Drops 450 points.


 No.2741628

File: fda88ce1c8a26ed⋯.jpg (108.87 KB, 900x904, 225:226, 14919769706980.jpg)


 No.2741633

>>2741437

Buybacks happen when you have excess cash in the economy, or in other words when interest rates are low. Since, they are raising interest rates it's less likely this will happen.


 No.2741634

File: d4ebe8e20ffaa06⋯.png (279.16 KB, 480x454, 240:227, 2463758.png)

WTF THE DOW JONES JUST FLEW OVER MY HOUSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!


 No.2741640

File: 256e51f47991caf⋯.jpg (285.07 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181206-100551….jpg)

Collapse


 No.2741641

>>2741286

>>2739007

I don't get it, don't these have to go into negative before we can say they are inverted? Why is everyone getting hyped up ?


 No.2741682

>>2741641

Yields on 5 year notes have already fallen below 2 and 3 yield notes. People seem to think the 10 year inversion is a better predictor of a recession. That’s what the image you’re referring to shows. And it’s about to invert also pretty soon it looks like.


 No.2741686

>>2741682

“2 and 3 *year* notes”

Slight typo. But anyway the point is that some other measures are already negative. Just not this one, which people seem to think is a better indicator of a recession.


 No.2741693

>claim you made a deal with China

>next day arrest major Chinese business executive under "muh Iran" claims


 No.2741710

File: 50e2353e6a39082⋯.jpg (296.07 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181206-113943….jpg)

Welp fuck


 No.2741733

>>2741367

>>2740385

What's SPY and QQQ, and how much money have you made off this?


 No.2741738

>>2741333

poosh eet sidewaees


 No.2741750

>>2741594

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA


 No.2741753

File: 6af54bbca088fa2⋯.png (161.38 KB, 400x416, 25:26, yrCu8pk.png)

>>2741750

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA


 No.2741772

>>2741367

you're going to have to explain what this means friend.


 No.2741852

>>2741693

I wonder how the Chinese population feels about having the daughter of a beloved public figure kidnapped from a Canadian airport. I'm sure it's getting the same spin that Fox News would give Steve Jobs daughter kidnapped from a South Korean airport and extradited to a Chinese prison in order to strongarm American economic ambitions.


 No.2741869

File: 44a1e8220556f57⋯.png (138.34 KB, 583x616, 53:56, haha.png)

>a-actually /leftypol/ got BTFO today because the DOW went down ONLY 370 instead of the initial 600!


 No.2741907

File: 731dae77b0b38ff⋯.webm (3.86 MB, 640x360, 16:9, AAAAAAAAAA.webm)


 No.2741915

File: e2abda03f5cb816⋯.png (86.46 KB, 1100x352, 25:8, Screen Shot 2018-12-06 at ….png)


 No.2741919

File: 176ca2540138d0e⋯.png (145.65 KB, 1912x572, 478:143, Screen Shot 2018-12-06 at ….png)

finna dab on oil


 No.2741924

File: 5c3850e9db4f11c⋯.jpg (680.34 KB, 1080x1772, 270:443, Screenshot_20181206-123213….jpg)

>France is going through a political crisis

>On going trade war between China and the US creates complications in their relationships

>Russia is acting more boldly on the Ukraine-Russia border

>Saudi Arbia gets away with murder because they spent and lot of money on weapons and his hotels

>UK is set to leave the UK in March, disaster is pretty much guaranteed to happen

>Looming economic crisis

The old world is dying, and the new world struggles to be born: now is the time of monsters /leftypol/.


 No.2741961

is it the happening yet


 No.2741962

>>2741961

shit i guess i did a sage goes in all fields thing at some point and forgot to delete the name


 No.2742067

File: 799bbff0a342ef2⋯.png (147.05 KB, 1942x570, 971:285, Screen Shot 2018-12-06 at ….png)

File: 06de3aea088f44d⋯.png (76 KB, 1092x338, 42:13, Screen Shot 2018-12-06 at ….png)

100% natty green fed markets here folks absolutely no federal market intervention here folks

move along prole


 No.2742068

File: 2da7a4dc2741591⋯.jpg (198.95 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, 26-shiningpath5-Getty.jpg)

>>2741924

in order to kill monsters, you have to become a monster, the war is coming and it's bigger than any of us


 No.2742070

File: 3dc8055dbd87f78⋯.png (3.1 MB, 1870x1584, 85:72, Screen Shot 2018-12-06 at ….png)


 No.2742086

Is there any way to exacerbate the crisis?


 No.2742092

>>2742086

Take a shit on the head of the little girl bronze statue on Wall Street. Capitalism will be canceled.


 No.2742109


 No.2742128

>>2742067

>PPG couldn't even get it back above 25k


 No.2742207

File: d995d1a171d0d92⋯.png (44.45 KB, 1138x180, 569:90, Screen Shot 2018-12-06 at ….png)


 No.2742294

File: 1c6dda9285516b0⋯.png (168.03 KB, 1304x604, 326:151, Screen Shot 2018-12-06 at ….png)

>extreme fear driving the market atm

https://money.cnn.com/data/fear-and-greed/


 No.2742851

>>2742086

Take out a bunch of credit and don't pay it back.

Better yet, destroy the records of other credit holders if possible. That's even worse than debt unpaid: no debt at all.


 No.2742852

>>2741915

>600.000!!

>BY THE END OF THE YEAR!!


 No.2742900

>>2742294

>Itsafraid.jpg


 No.2742952

File: 648f034ed01531f⋯.png (77.46 KB, 741x630, 247:210, Screen Shot 2018-12-07 at ….png)

#Under3,500Gang


 No.2743073

File: 5cb0b14921889ba⋯.png (36.39 KB, 544x203, 544:203, 1.png)

>>2741915

my bet: bitcoin under 3k next week


 No.2743076

File: af28cf93f9ac5d7⋯.png (51.43 KB, 1157x200, 1157:200, 1.png)

>>2741437

3 billion buyback comin thru


 No.2743079

>>2741772

put options basically means you're betting against a stock to fall.


 No.2743104

File: 277576c308c5ccd⋯.png (27.45 KB, 648x533, 648:533, StateOfTheDow_03.PNG)

Cratering


 No.2743147

File: 12cb10865b12f20⋯.png (338.49 KB, 433x650, 433:650, lenin faceapp.png)

>>2742294

I can't believe that page is real. It's quite blunt isn't it?


 No.2743188

File: 83d8978186fe675⋯.png (32.82 KB, 642x533, 642:533, StateOfTheDow_04.PNG)

Dropping hard


 No.2743194

File: d18bb5877a037c4⋯.png (131.61 KB, 1958x570, 979:285, Screen Shot 2018-12-07 at ….png)

BURN


 No.2743196

File: 90159b79eb8b3ef⋯.png (128.47 KB, 1994x562, 997:281, Screen Shot 2018-12-07 at ….png)

-400


 No.2743201

File: ad7a27aeb565929⋯.jpg (108.09 KB, 720x720, 1:1, cow.jpg)

>>2743196

600 more down please


 No.2743208

File: 4611dae2cd80b17⋯.jpg (25.85 KB, 601x589, 601:589, 4611dae2cd80b17469e0f3c4b7….jpg)

Inb4 the dow falls by 600 points or more


 No.2743212

File: b3e3701591a5dfc⋯.jpeg (153.02 KB, 960x528, 20:11, 9CEA89DD-AE31-4E1C-BB7E-7….jpeg)


 No.2743231

File: f9333ea6a42e5cd⋯.png (94.8 KB, 1092x406, 78:29, Screen Shot 2018-12-07 at ….png)

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA


 No.2743256

File: 454cffb75a99132⋯.png (618.7 KB, 3672x1680, 153:70, Screen Shot 2018-12-07 at ….png)

HOLY FUCK WE HAVE A GOD DAMN DEATH CROSS

purple means 50 day average and red is the 200 day average


 No.2743261

>>2741733

SPY and QQQ are the ETFs for the S&P500 and Nasdaq 100 respectively.

I've made a couple thousand doing this (I'm a poorfag, started with a few hundred dollars) the past few months.


 No.2743262

File: 854f430a6afaa6f⋯.jpg (10.73 KB, 245x326, 245:326, Blank _6181109d7a54c25d12a….jpg)

>>2743256

Theres no denying it now we're officially heading towards disaster


 No.2743269

>>2743231

maybe today then :^)

>>2743073


 No.2743458

File: f326f7e9d78d8f1⋯.png (137.06 KB, 1928x562, 964:281, Screen Shot 2018-12-07 at ….png)

-500


 No.2743467

>>2743458

How long until they close? Maybe we get a new record for this year.


 No.2743470

File: f93d9197af59929⋯.png (140.52 KB, 1932x558, 322:93, Screen Shot 2018-12-07 at ….png)

>>2743458

-600 when?


 No.2743472

>>2743467

in about 2 hours so

Buckle the fuck up bucko


 No.2743479

File: 05a6f3a636a8d9d⋯.png (164.64 KB, 1298x606, 649:303, Screen Shot 2018-12-07 at ….png)

EXTREME FEAR

3 points less than yesterday


 No.2743481

fuckin rip


 No.2743482


 No.2743488

>>2743470

less than ten points to go


 No.2743489

File: ac2ffb243c8b04a⋯.png (135.63 KB, 1928x554, 964:277, Screen Shot 2018-12-07 at ….png)

inb4 -700 by close


 No.2743514

File: 0d5ea0b58f9bc1d⋯.png (1.52 MB, 2878x1582, 1439:791, Screen Shot 2018-12-07 at ….png)


 No.2743517

File: e3d4a2b9ddcdf31⋯.gif (383.95 KB, 250x188, 125:94, 1543018301549.gif)

>>2743479

Now at 11 and dropping.


 No.2743520

>>2743479

haha, they believe it was merely a "correction"


 No.2743528

File: 3941f9c2b8fe9cb⋯.jpg (21.83 KB, 236x295, 4:5, e275765605a6f3c82b9da2e611….jpg)

As a poor person… let the ass-rape begin.


 No.2743530

File: de8cb2065d4607a⋯.jpeg (34.39 KB, 620x400, 31:20, images (3).jpeg)

>>2743520

Tbf death is the ultimate form of correction. No money, no problem.


 No.2743561

Hit 600


 No.2743564

File: 5dde2948b1b5fbd⋯.png (138.08 KB, 1916x568, 479:142, Screen Shot 2018-12-07 at ….png)

-600


 No.2743576

File: 62e0c03f974d445⋯.png (243.21 KB, 331x499, 331:499, ClipboardImage.png)

>>2743479

F E A R

E

A

R


 No.2743579

File: bb47d724c5a6c16⋯.png (423.94 KB, 800x1116, 200:279, Screenshot_2018-12-08-01-1….png)

n-next y-y-year will be f-fine


 No.2743610

File: f8b45d18455edf3⋯.jpg (6.3 KB, 234x215, 234:215, dave.jpg)

Dave, is capitalism going to wake up?

No, capitalism is dead comrade.


 No.2743618

>>2743579

They're probably right. Crash won't happen until late 2020, so expect one more run-up to the bubble popping. It's going to be like 2008 all over again.


 No.2743621

>>2743618

I'm quite confident that this is it. This feels exactly like 2007 prior to Lehman collapse when the economy started stuttering.


 No.2743625

>>2743618

Yeah, I've heard that it takes a year for two for shit to really hit the fan after the yield curve inverts, but no harm in hoping for the fun to start a little earlier.


 No.2743647

stay down motherfucker


 No.2743668

File: 0a32834a55d9130⋯.png (140.36 KB, 1940x542, 970:271, Screen Shot 2018-12-07 at ….png)

US CLOSE


 No.2743741

>>2743625

The number I heard was between 6 and 14 months. So… Kinda quick on a historical timeframe but fristratingly slow when you're waiting for it.


 No.2743757

>>2743621

>>2743625

>>2743618

It will happen sooner than experts expect. There are macroeconomic effects that paralyse it much faster, see how late did mainstream expert notice how bad shit was in 2008. Only a handful of unorthodox ppl had predicted it.

This is really it, they can only delay it for so long and we're talking about an absolute financial meltdown.


 No.2743774

>>2743618

>Crash won't happen until late 2020

That is absolute bullshit, most crashes happen a year after the yield curve inversion, and we just began inverting. So late 2019/early 2020 is most likely.


 No.2743843

File: d62f36573f1f995⋯.jpg (1.61 MB, 1692x1167, 564:389, 1517885358434.jpg)


 No.2743942

File: 1eb2c54a1b52b87⋯.jpg (34.89 KB, 456x456, 1:1, 1510856102428.jpg)

>>2743517

Now at 10.


 No.2744197

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 No.2746936

Can't wait to see Asian markets fucking tank overnight.


 No.2747035


 No.2747116

I have a feeling that this Christmas is going to be very disappointing to stockholders.


 No.2747167

>>2746936

Same here bud


 No.2747204

File: 7871ceb89290d79⋯.png (25.04 KB, 893x282, 19:6, c1902fd960e91f76f64de59797….png)

>>2747116

This is from after the French riots.


 No.2747282

File: ed91c30e5e5ed52⋯.png (43.95 KB, 950x283, 950:283, Screenshot 2018-12-09 19.2….png)

HOLY FUCK


 No.2747286

>>2747204

The timing is great, first Black Friday now the riots. Remind me again though how Black Friday caused a dip this time?


 No.2747287

>>2747282

Holy fuck, I checked investing.com because sometimes MarketWatch is not really accurate, but this time it is accurate.


 No.2747512

File: 97a8a8e2d1d7ddc⋯.png (203.42 KB, 1438x1952, 719:976, Capture _2018-12-09-22-31-….png)

File: 588a5545b0cdb77⋯.png (214.06 KB, 1439x1971, 1439:1971, Capture _2018-12-09-22-31-….png)

File: 500987272bc419f⋯.png (221.1 KB, 1439x1951, 1439:1951, Capture _2018-12-09-22-32-….png)

Nikkei and Hang Seng cratering. Shanghai not quite as bad but still bad.


 No.2747566

File: 05640c3876a05cc⋯.jpeg (65.48 KB, 1200x900, 4:3, chart.jpeg)

I like my yield curves like I like my nipples…


 No.2747621

WE'RE ALL TRAPPED IN THE BELLY OF THIS HORRIBLE MACHINE

AND THE MACHINE IS BLEEDING TO DEATH


 No.2747648

>>2747512

>nipland getting another lost decade

they really can't catch a break, this will be what, 30 years lost?


 No.2747663

File: 1eaabe73954ffaa⋯.jpg (66.42 KB, 748x701, 748:701, WnraYAY.jpg)

Asian markets treading water in the negative since they opened. Wonder what European markets are gonna do, especially France.


 No.2747716

>>2747648

America is following the exact same trajectory of Japan too:

1. Adult cartoons

2. Weird sex shit

3. Hikikamori/NEET

4. Rising suicides

5. Falling birth rates

6. Incels/adult virgins

7. Zero work/life separation

It's all there. 2008 was the beginning of America's lost decade, and now we're going to turn it into a lost score, and it's going to last forever until we're marrying our waifu pillows and living entirely in VR.


 No.2747747

>>2747716

>6. Incels

Thats not a thing in japan, dumbass.

Obsession with sex as status/rite of passage isn't a thing there. There are virgins who wish they werent, but no close parallel to incel ideology thats comparably as popular.

Also, what adult cartoons does america have other than comedy shit? Unless you're characterizing capeshit and other normie tv as equivilant to anime, which might actually be a fair comparison.

Otherwise all good.


 No.2747759

>>2747747

Adult virgins are DEFINITELY a thing in Japan, dumbass. They've just given up on being mad at women and have degenerated into fucking their body pillows.

And yeah, I'm characterizing capeshit as American anime/manga. It was for kids and weirdos, and now it's normal.


 No.2747771

Can we just get a crash please? The angry mood of the masses is still there since 2008, but we need the crash till the end of the decade


 No.2747773

>>2747771

Angry masses are caused by bad economical conjonctures, they don't cause them. Although the rioting might actually have minor impact.


 No.2747786

>>2747773

It's about that unlike in 2008 (2012 in my country) we didn't have any structures to guide the mass anger towards something else than pure smashing of stuff in the streets (neocuck unions don't count). But since then a lot of movements organized and are still being active - they could guide the anger towards something more fruitful this time. A) crash B) people pissed C) organised groups exist that would be able to steer the pissed folk D) something fruitful


 No.2747791

>>2747786

It's coming anyway, it's too late to stop it and the systemic fragility is as high as its ever gotten.


 No.2747801

>>2747791

IDK man. Economy is fragile, okay, but the state is still powerful. Macaroni is still leading the nation and neofeudalisation is still going on around the globe, more or less unopposed.


 No.2747805

>>2747801

Word salad devoid of any substance.


 No.2748023

File: 117e4058efd83a7⋯.png (28.92 KB, 640x528, 40:33, StateOfTheDow_05.PNG)

GOOD MORNING


 No.2748027

File: ab032d29724025c⋯.png (204.87 KB, 1276x543, 1276:543, 1.png)

:^)


 No.2748030

File: f77c66199a19ca6⋯.jpg (323.57 KB, 1080x903, 360:301, f77c66199a19ca6743dc3d70fd….jpg)


 No.2748100

File: e7184a17f986da4⋯.jpg (292.95 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181210-110915….jpg)

File: 2b5e2523226ea71⋯.jpg (62.9 KB, 1079x1237, 1079:1237, DeepFryer_20181031_140013.jpg)

COLLAPSE


 No.2748101

ACCELERATION


 No.2748102

This is kind of tangential, but does anyone have that one falling rate of profit webm?


 No.2748105

File: 6dd420b5b55cf29⋯.png (110.89 KB, 720x1123, 720:1123, dow.png)

The Dow is down for the year


 No.2748109

File: cdfbbddaecc4c92⋯.webm (8.97 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, cdfbbddaecc4c921f3b156987….webm)

>>2748102

Of course


 No.2748110

File: cdfbbddaecc4c92⋯.webm (8.97 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, cdfbbddaecc4c921f3b156987….webm)


 No.2748112

File: 50ea1ede7da5e77⋯.webm (813.71 KB, 212x120, 53:30, ItsHappening.webm)

>>2748102

>>2748109

here's the mini version


 No.2748117

File: 6bd6843729bf47e⋯.jpg (308.92 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181210-111806….jpg)

-2%


 No.2748119

File: 5dacdecede73662⋯.png (570.09 KB, 801x595, 801:595, 1544434116634.png)


 No.2748120

>>2748117

And below 24000, yikes!


 No.2748121

File: af64f03835094d9⋯.jpg (299.52 KB, 1080x1848, 45:77, Screenshot_20181210-111919….jpg)

-500


 No.2748122

File: 8e9c4a7c574fbff⋯.gif (1.51 MB, 298x298, 1:1, sad.gif)

>>2748117

>market not even open for two hours yet

>sheds 2%

Is this it?


 No.2748123

File: 3403b558109033c⋯.png (211.52 KB, 680x460, 34:23, 3f8631a4ea3c3396efb00c8e01….png)

QUAKE


 No.2748126

>>2748122

It's been down for almost a week. They blame it on different shit every day. It's already had a trend all year of being dragged down. There's global political crisis, there's trade war

Does anyone honestly think this could last without effecting the market in some way


 No.2748131

File: 3d6c85d443c4a6c⋯.jpg (57.07 KB, 716x882, 358:441, 3d6c85d443c4a6c3e5be598e63….jpg)

CROSSED THE DEATH CROSS


 No.2748136

>>2748122

j-just a correction.


 No.2748139

>not buying on the dip.

you commies are so naive.


 No.2748142

>>2748139

Bitcoin more like bitchcoin


 No.2748143

>>2748139

It's not the fucking dip until you can look at it and it's gone back up into a recovery though is it you fucking mong.


 No.2748150

File: 3e528997e6dbcd9⋯.jpg (183.88 KB, 899x1200, 899:1200, DtdYeEEXQAAYqmI.jpg)

>>2748139

What is it that you have for me to buy, that hasn't been losing value all year, hasn't been making you lose money all year, and is being carved up by overheating gpus across the planet

Is there anything you have that won't be worth a penny by the time this is all over

Let's face it, you're asking me to lose money. How about this, why don't you save money and quit buying your Charles Entertainment Cheese Tokens, it's more embarrassing than the Iraqi Dinar at this point


 No.2748156

>>2748123

>>2748122

>>2748126

>>2748131

Cease this fear mongering, as an anon already pointed out this is just a daily correction and nothing to worry about. I'm already putting in the buy orders!

Honestly it's the best time to get into the market, I'd encourage you to start buying before the institutional investors snag everything when we get to today's low, think about how much that'll boost your 401k!


 No.2748158

>>2748150

This guy gets it.

I don't know what to buy either because everything is bad and dumb and risky, so I got out of the market.

I don't normally buy individuals stocks bought some shares in a REIT for like… retirement homes. I'm betting that this will go up over the long term because of retiring boomers (who have all the money) are going to dump it in assisted living facilities.

It's up for the year.


 No.2748161

>>2748158

>I don't know what to buy

Puts


 No.2748162

File: 8b7a903752a3b52⋯.jpg (21.96 KB, 259x279, 259:279, 8b7a903752a3b52d5d066a1197….jpg)

>>2748156

Piggy your time comes soon


 No.2748170

File: 4baae905243e2cd⋯.jpg (49.61 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, cordier.jpg)

>>2748161

Puts sound great until a rogue wavs gets you and then you go broke and become a world-class joke.


 No.2748175

>>2748170

I love that video so much, it brings me such joy


 No.2748182

File: 31505a2224e9d0f⋯.jpg (7.29 KB, 252x240, 21:20, 1372702997304.jpg)

>check out DB and GE stock

>turning into penny stocks

literally on the verge of bankruptcy, this is hilarious


 No.2748187

File: 0e434d7a62007aa⋯.mp4 (1.63 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, aEDtohfwyyxnXLXI.mp4)

>>2748110

>>2748109

>>2748112

Thank you comrades.


 No.2748188

>>2748182

https://www.cnbc.com/video/2018/05/25/how-big-of-a-global-risk-is-deutsche-bank.html

It's going to be a total meltdown and you know it. I wish I could tell all working-class people to pull out at the same time before it really goes down.


 No.2748215

File: 52de6e497e9e5e8⋯.png (342.1 KB, 600x624, 25:26, ww.png)

NNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


 No.2748225

File: efbce7a56745b71⋯.png (634.42 KB, 1000x1050, 20:21, 1699.png)

File: 9253b4289f62fc2⋯.jpg (120.9 KB, 830x738, 415:369, 56196191.jpg)

>>2748139

Keep spreading the truth about the market, anon.

As I said everytime, the markets has ups and downs, what happens is that, in France, YOU communists are fucking up, and because of that, YOU'RE are causing the world to STOP since all of you dirty proles don't actually know any better about how to get rich in the market.

IT'S SUPER EASY

IF YOU AREN'T RICH IS BECAUSE YOU WANT TO BE POOR

What you need to do to get rich is just to put your money into the stocks, and then just wait. I just got 10.000.000 dollars thank to the money my parents gave me that I putted into Stocks. Is real easy!

If today we're seeing the markets in red (doesn't mean that much, the markets go down to jump even higher, every time) is because you don't TRUST in the system, something similar happened to the Soviet Union, didn't you know?

I mean, you're BRAINDEAD COMMIES, so how would you know

Also I'm putting this pieces of truth in spoiler to not DAMAGE and TRIGGER all of you :)

The people, seeing through the propaganda that the evil soviet empire brainwashed them with saw how the west was getting food, but as they were their enemies, they continued to work in the factories of DEATH AND DESTRUCTION.

But all of this ended, when the BRAVE RÉVOLUTIONNAIRE FOR LIBERALISM BORIS YELTSIN went into the rescue, and people stopped believing in the malignant school of witchcraft and wizardry of FRANKFURT and to believe into the best system, the best working one not like communism L O L, and then developed and brought upon a decade of peace, until that meanie putin SHITHEAD become president.

So, when you start not trusting in a system, is when it fails, see the soviet union (even, then, it was also because it was shit L M A O).

So this is not the fault of capitalism, this is your FAULT.

Even then, like, the new up is down, and losing is now winning because the markets always goes up!

You just need to

BUY THE DIP

And all of you…

WILL BE RICH


 No.2748230

File: c68317874929618⋯.png (34.15 KB, 954x330, 159:55, Screenshot_2018-12-10 Dow ….png)

File: c7390a149063a88⋯.png (487 B, 32x40, 4:5, Screenshot_2018-12-10 Dow ….png)

>>2748225

Also the market is going up now :D


 No.2748236

File: 0a871759583ca30⋯.jpg (397.59 KB, 837x673, 837:673, 0a871759583ca3051e1b6322cd….jpg)


 No.2748241

File: a32577e5aa64386⋯.png (483.92 KB, 290x436, 145:218, headshot_mitchellbill.png)

>>2748225

Shut up nerd


 No.2748242

>>2748150

Literally anything is better than putting money into the stock market, go buy some paintings or something.


 No.2748253

Are investors reacting to the UK parliament meeting going on right now or something?


 No.2748310

File: 58c5e22ed2bc026⋯.png (35.88 KB, 954x330, 159:55, Screenshot_2018-12-10 Dow ….png)

File: f2a810e05161202⋯.jpg (54.75 KB, 512x512, 1:1, 69874897496.jpg)

AAAAND We're back at 24000+200 points.

WE'RE BACK AT BUSINESS, BABY

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU INVEST IN THE MARKET=


 No.2748314

>>2748310

>AAAAND We're back at 24000+200 points.

lmao

you and the reggaeton baboon guy might be the best gimmicks on leftypol


 No.2748331

>>2748310

lmao Plunge Protection Gang


 No.2748376

>>2748253

No, it's a dead cat bounce due to everything being oversold as fuck. I don't even know if they keep the text analysis algos on anymore given the past two months.


 No.2748474

File: 61fa79f2ae97f43⋯.png (32.13 KB, 622x397, 622:397, Screenshot_2018-12-10 Dow ….png)

File: 1e917575ed3986c⋯.jpg (188.85 KB, 755x687, 755:687, 1504997543287.jpg)

WE'RE POSITIVE

AHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA


 No.2748633

File: 4f85cda84cc5d3b⋯.gif (2.7 MB, 200x250, 4:5, 1538157507392.gif)

Fear & Greed Index now at 9.

Is this the lowest it has ever been?

https://money.cnn.com/data/fear-and-greed/


 No.2748653

File: 8eaf83db2a5c291⋯.jpg (2.7 KB, 125x125, 1:1, 1529445724281s.jpg)

he bought?


 No.2748729

File: 3bf0a09a68fcadf⋯.jpg (1.25 MB, 2048x1536, 4:3, Gino.jpg)

Economic collapse ultimately means nothing. If the elites want capitalism to keep going, it will keep going. All that's needed is another false flag and another war, which they can easily pull off again. It may be even easier for them this time since there's scores of radicalized pro-establishment idiots who would gladly fight in a war if they believed they were protecting their country/economy/private property.


 No.2748777

>>2748729

This is demonstrably false. While military recruitment saw an up tick after 9/11 only a few years after the start of Iraq they were struggling to find recruits.

Maybe plenty of people at willing to support a war but not fight it.


 No.2748791

>>2748777

That's not true. My statistical analysis showed in 2001 what the man dogs should not into a large pentacle that a large man with a large hat cannot into a supmreme cheese maze for breene genes, that a portion of spice is dippleing price. That! how you say, the crabmaster, now, that, haaa, does not, ino rder of therefore what is of the upper and lower excluding hte middle of a fiddle on a dribble dizzle, that is now, how, up, low, beyond the pale and fale ale,. greetings…. tom hanks


 No.2748813


 No.2748836

File: 405634f48f7c078⋯.png (757.21 KB, 720x1150, 72:115, ClipboardImage.png)

What did he mean by this?


 No.2748841

>>2748836

Lmao, what a transparent narcissist


 No.2748842

File: 26ae10be1116d9c⋯.gif (488.78 KB, 497x373, 497:373, the hard times have only j….gif)

>>2748791

So you say, but the main lesson of history is that no one learns any lessons from history.

>Nuke U.S. city in falseflag op

>Freedom-hating anti-capitalist anti-jobcreator LGBTOMGWTFBBQ Muslim SJW communists from some other country were responsible

>Epic redpillers fight for Based America and Based GodEmperor to beat the evil commies

>Life is just like LotR bros, le humans vs le orcs, we r literally teh fellowship

It can and will happen. WWII was unthinkable at one point and nobody apparently wanted it, and yet it happened. MKULTRA never ended and despite all their grandstanding and insistence to the contrary, conservatives are extremely susceptible to propaganda. What do you think all the pretentious RWDS/cringey fashwave is for? None of this rose organically. The elites know how to use nationalism and patriotism for their own ends, they've done it countless times before and they'll do it again.


 No.2748998

File: 0a907603c6f0a18⋯.jpg (48.47 KB, 512x288, 16:9, drone-iraq.jpg)

>>2748777

>Maybe plenty of people at willing to support a war but not fight it.

They don’t need to


 No.2749003

>>2748842

>What do you think all the pretentious RWDS/cringey fashwave is for? None of this rose organically.

Proof?

inb4 people like it, therefore it's not organic

inb4 nobody likes it


 No.2749030

>>2748998

>Proles won't have to fight a war because we have completely ineffectual weapons like drones.

Lol


 No.2749121

You guys did buy on the dup like I suggested right?


 No.2749188

>>2749121

I actually did buy some january XLF calls to swing, but I'm not confident in my decision at the moment.


 No.2749264

File: a4b389ccddd1b5c⋯.jpg (70.95 KB, 636x358, 318:179, trump.jpg)

>>2749003

The entire "nationalist" movement of the last few years is all manufactured. It only exists right now in its current form because the elites allowed it. If it were anywhere near as dangerous to the status quo as the Kekistan poleddit fanboys like to think, it would have never happened.


 No.2749271

>>2748842

Hitler and Mussolini were literally screaming for a war. It was obvious to everyone what was gonna happen.

No one is screaming for a war, but the USA and Israel are putting in NATO CUCK-RIGHT using all this Rapefugee Crisis shit despite the fact that NATO is what caused it.


 No.2749273

>>2749271

>NATO bombs Libya, Niggers come pouring over and turn everyone Racist as fuck and then vote for NATO CUCK-RIGHT

>NATO supplies guns to """moderate""" Rebels in Syria, Shitskins come over and make everyone Racist and vote for NATO CUCK-RIGHT


 No.2749308

File: 91469e422c2b9bd⋯.jpg (67.94 KB, 632x474, 4:3, whipping-the-sea.jpg)

>>2748836

>>2748841

He totally believed that he's some kind of Poseidon controlling the waves of the Ocean. Watch as he downgrades himself into Xerxes the Great and whips the sea that disobeyed him.


 No.2749388

>>2748729

>If the elites want capitalism to keep going, it will keep going.

You vastly overestimate their control & understanding of the situation. People tend to fetishize elites by thinking of them as genius villains from Bond movies.


 No.2749434

>>2749264

>>2748842

>>2748729

Mate, enough with the 'elites' conspiracy level shite. these are the kind of people that cant even a rent boy without being found out, c'mon.


 No.2749476

Looks like the market's back up due to China news. But it seems like it's a red herring.


 No.2749512

File: f933549633e9214⋯.jpg (14.99 KB, 400x381, 400:381, ok ok.jpg)

Is what happened yesterday nonetheless another sign of instability in the markets??


 No.2749566

>>2749188

wew profited off my calls

>>2749476

yee, I'll probably buy vxx calls and/or spy/qqq puts eod


 No.2749718

File: b7691d2dc291da7⋯.png (22.08 KB, 647x535, 647:535, StateOfTheDow_06.PNG)

Boosh


 No.2749747

>>2749512

well yeah. these are crazy swings


 No.2749761

>>2749718

JiTtErY


 No.2749806

US just put in sanctions on China over alleged cyber attacks.


 No.2749819

File: 51144babef60d28⋯.gif (4 MB, 300x200, 3:2, 1544426810539.gif)

>>2749806

Accelerating into a trade war, a cold war, and eventually a regular war.

https://www.rt.com/usa/446194-canadian-diplomat-detained-china/

Former Canadian diplomat detained in China following Vancouver arrest of Huawei CFO - reports


 No.2749826

>>2749819

>>2749819

Can't wait to see amerifats get btfo by China and the rest of the world. Also a war might help thin out the zoomers

and/or give them a lesson in how imperialism is actually maintained which would be helpful.


 No.2749861

>>2749826

>young magachuds and neoliberals join military for muh jingoism

>get CHINK'D

Can't wait


 No.2749929

File: cc4df82b61983ca⋯.png (471.04 KB, 448x627, 448:627, 10D23F71-D3E5-4333-B19B-63….png)


 No.2750156

My knowledge of economics comes from half-remembered wikipedia articles and my econ 101 at community college with a conservative old indian man.

Normally I'd be out explaining why anarcho capitalism will solve everything, but can someone explain to me what precisely the yield curve is?


 No.2750162

>>2749819

would like to see which side does the most effort to a fair and just trial




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