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Old 2020-04-25, 11:17   #133
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Old 2020-05-02, 01:31   #134
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Old 2020-05-09, 01:26   #135
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Old 2020-05-15, 11:25   #136
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Following up on this post et seq,

Burr steps aside as Senate intelligence chair amid FBI probe
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WASHINGTON (AP) — A Republican senator with access to some of the nation's top secrets became further entangled in a deepening FBI investigation as agents examining a well-timed sale of stocks during the coronavirus outbreak showed up at his home with a warrant to search his cellphone.

Hours later, Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina stepped aside Thursday as chairman of the powerful Senate Intelligence Committee, calling it the "best thing to do." Burr has denied wrongdoing.
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Old 2020-05-15, 13:17   #137
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Closing in on this scumbag. Good! I haven't seen much on the other Congress Critters who cashed out ahead of the crash.
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Old 2020-05-16, 11:35   #138
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Old 2020-05-18, 20:58   #139
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5/18: Re. Stawk Markets, another couple months of these "markets rally on vaccine hopes!" days and the Holy DJIA, praised be its name, may catch up with the number of US Covid-19 fatalities. At which point Trump econ-advisor Kevin Hassett will surely feel inspired to write a sequel to his 1999 height-of-the-DotCom-bubble "Dow 36,000" masterpiece.
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Old 2020-05-19, 19:56   #140
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I sold 20% of my IRA (equivalent) today and moved it to cash. It was a sacrifice for the greater good as now the Dow will rocket up another 25% in the next month. Just you watch.
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Here is a view of the % day to day change in the Dow for the last ~6 months
I updated it again. The bottom was on March 23. Down from the peak on Feb 12. Note the day to day swings are still hi compared to pre CVD19
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Old 2020-05-20, 23:35   #142
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You can also look at the VIX which is a measure of expected volatility - sort of but the real answer is a bit complicated. That stands at 28 down from a high of 80 in March but still well above the 10-12 range it was in last year. Or you can look at the 30 day historical volatility which is 26.5 again well above realized vol for last year.
https://www.alphaquery.com/stock/SPY...cal-volatility
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