Stock Options Traders Are Back At The Speculation https://t.co/lve2ICTuew
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) October 17, 2020
— Callum Thomas (@Callum_Thomas) October 17, 2020
3 weeks ago, large speculators were net short about $47 billion worth of equity index futures.
As of Tuesday, they're net *long* about $25 billion worth.
That $72 billion swing is…large. pic.twitter.com/rN1uUSjkFV
— SentimenTrader (@sentimentrader) October 16, 2020
Total Positioning in Stocks minus Bonds.
Spiking to the 2nd highest cluster in history – note OCT 2018 was *the* structural peak in Stocks relative to Bonds.
These are historic imbalances building across Major asset classes – at significant risk of a large disruption event. pic.twitter.com/Gz4UQoY9yl
— Macro Charts (@MacroCharts) October 17, 2020
$QQQ updated Call activity still shows no fear in the market.
Complacency remains high – at this pace, could be a long & difficult road ahead.
Worse: Macro catalysts are turning *significantly* lower in critical areas – will cover this in detail the next few days.
Stay nimble. pic.twitter.com/oIS8NdATZs
— Macro Charts (@MacroCharts) October 15, 2020
Hedge Funds are "MAX" long Stocks:
GS PB data shows Equity Fundamental LS Gross and Net leverage at or near the highest levels on record (since 2015).
This chart *completely* debunks the consensus narrative that "everyone" is underinvested/Short Equities.
— Macro Charts (@MacroCharts) October 14, 2020
The most critical Equity chart I'm watching (updated):$NDX Volatility tried to break out – and is forming another very tight pivot at its rising 200d.
Possible stair-stepping pattern – a break from this area could trigger a big move (either way) – maybe soon. Watching closely. pic.twitter.com/Xx8gk4pxaD
— Macro Charts (@MacroCharts) October 16, 2020
Covid-19 hospitalizations in the US rise to their highest level since Aug 27. The 3rd wave.
— Charlie Bilello (@charliebilello) October 16, 2020
The pandemic is distorting euro area inflation data, but today's final HICP report provides another brutal reality check for the ECB – a thread with charts. https://t.co/BBM2RDQF3B
— Frederik Ducrozet (@fwred) October 16, 2020
In about 2 and a half years – for the first time in recorded history – China will no longer be the most populous nation on earth
— Charlie Robertson (@RencapMan) October 13, 2020