Friday wasn't even bad they said

MPmaster
MPmaster

Friday wasn't even bad they said.
It hasn't even begun

Prepare for the Deutsch Bank collapse and a repeat of the 2008 markets.

All urls found in this thread:
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-05-16/deutsche-bank-s-problems-may-be-insurmountable-berenberg-says
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-05-16/deutsche-bank-s-problems-may-be-insurmountable-berenberg-says
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/95895178-d49c-11e5-829b-8564e7528e54.html#axzz4CyKc6mOz
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-06-28/soros-wagered-deutsche-bank-would-drop-in-brexit-turmoil
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-07-01/breuphoria-stocks-explode-higher-biggest-short-squeeze-7-years
King_Martha
King_Martha

how to profit?

Spamalot
Spamalot

Good job posting a pointless graph from Zerohedge.

Soft_member
Soft_member

@Spamalot
comparable chart
pointless

5mileys
5mileys

@MPmaster
It hasn't even begun
Actually, it's over. Markets don't like uncertainty, and the day of maximum uncertainty was Friday.

From now going forward, things will only get more clear, more settled, and more resolved. Treaties will be signed, trade agreements will be negotiated. Cross-national companies will figure out the new rules and policies.

Truth be told, it wasn't even a good buying opportunity. Markets are still solidly in the black for 2016. The time to buy was in January or February, proving once again that you can't time the market.

lostmypassword
lostmypassword

@5mileys
markets will get more certain
Cameron resigned
2 years of deliberation minimum

And you say it's going to be more certain starting Monday... sureeeeeeee

Evilember
Evilember

@lostmypassword
Monday will be more certain than Friday, that's for damn sure. Then Thursday will be more certain than Monday. And so on.

Don't. be. stupid.

WebTool
WebTool

@5mileys
Economic uncertainty isn't settled in a single fucking day, expect more turmoil until there is on paper an actual tangible post-eu deal.

VisualMaster
VisualMaster

@WebTool
Economic uncertainty isn't settled in a single fucking day
I never said it would be, retard. I said the day of maximum uncertainty was Friday. Now, things start to get resolved.

Fuck, you people are dumb.

girlDog
girlDog

@VisualMaster
do you think that was true in 2008?

w8t4u
w8t4u

@Evilember
@VisualMaster

but user, people are animals and are ruled by their emotions and their impression of the world, rather than what the world actually is.

It's essentially cultural tradition for their to be panic after such a change in the status quo

people will bet on chaos and thus perpetuate chaos in the market

Deadlyinx
Deadlyinx

@girlDog
do you think that was true in 2008?
No, because the 2008 bear market was principally caused by toxic assets (securitized mortgage certificates and derivatives). When the market for these assets started collapsing, banks and institutional investors still had to deal with their balance sheet problem. Also, because the investing public was unaware of these toxic assets or their scope, the breadth of the problem only became known over time as more and more companies disclosed their write-offs.

So 2008 was a completely different kind of event.

For certain there was a "bottom point" during the 2008 crisis after which things started getting better ... but it would be hard to pin down that date. Contrast that with Brexit, where we start will the maximum amount of uncertainty on day one, and then start to resolve things.

@w8t4u
That's exactly what I said. People panic on uncertainty. That uncertainty is only going to diminish as Britain, Scotland, Ireland, and the EU now start to sort out the consequences of the "big bang" event.

Techpill
Techpill

@girlDog
user says maximum uncertainty.
@girlDog
In 2008 we reached certainty that shit was overbought and markets tumbled to equalize.

They are not opposites but two sides of the same coin.

CodeBuns
CodeBuns

@Deadlyinx
I think you're making the assumption that BREXIT was the "event"... and it very well might be...or...
the market it still inflated thanks to zero-negative interest rates
other EU members ponder their exit strategy
yada
yada
yada
if DB can't handle the stress, we very well might see a catalyst that will correct the market like none other

whereismyname
whereismyname

This uncertainty in the market should pivot to a more certain path of certainty. I think once that certainty is certain the markets will pivot.

Or something.

Harmless_Venom
Harmless_Venom

@whereismyname
This. Go long on your short-option commodity-fund indices. Watch out for capitol gains

happy_sad
happy_sad

@CodeBuns
the market it still inflated thanks to zero-negative interest rates
[citation missing] You're not smarter than the market. In fact, you quite a bit dimmer.
other EU members ponder their exit strategy
Prove to me that this isn't already priced in, or wasn't priced in on Friday. (Protip: You can't.)
yada
yada
yada
Not having additional arguments makes your case weaker. Adding "yada" makes your case weaker AND makes you look like a moron. Next time, choose the lesser of two evils.
correct the market like none other
/unrestrained hyperbole general/
... and into the trash you go.

King_Martha
King_Martha

Comparing consumer bank with a investment bank. You don't fool anyone here.

Soft_member
Soft_member

@King_Martha
short the DAX

likme
likme

@5mileys
it's over

Lol at typical Brexiter education level. It hasn't even begun. The upcoming months will show how it will go. Will Britain invoke article 50? EU will definitely force UK to make a clear exit plan and timeline. Absolutely no one will let the UK stay in an indefinite state of limbo for years while they ponder how to leave the EU.

TreeEater
TreeEater

@likme
Fuck you're stupid. As I said three times already, there's lots of questions right now. ALL of those questions arose on Friday, the date of maximum uncertainty -- and therefore greatest market volatility.

As time passes, these questions will get answered. The uncertainty will decrease. investor confidence will grow. Markets will go up.

Its. fucking. over.

Carnalpleasure
Carnalpleasure

>>1338880
@TreeEater
Yes, things will stabilize. The financial industry will announce their plans once things become more clear. About how many thousands of jobs will be lost in London and whether they will relocate to Frankfurt, Paris, Amsterdam, or somewhere else.

Childlike insults won't make you any more right.

Snarelure
Snarelure

@Carnalpleasure
About how many thousands of jobs will be lost in London and whether they will relocate to Frankfurt, Paris, Amsterdam, or somewhere else.
This is what was priced into the market on Friday.

Childlike insults won't make you any more right.
I insult you because you're making stupid comments. If you perceive them as childlike then perhaps you should raise the level of your discourse.

Emberfire
Emberfire

@Snarelure
priced into the market

That's not how it works. Seriously, it will take the upcoming months to see how things go.

And I am without a doubt far more educated about this subject than you and far more knowledgeable, so it's pretty stupid for someone like you whose knowledge comes from Brexit campaign pamphlets to try calling me names.

ZeroReborn
ZeroReborn

@Emberfire
That's not how it works.
That's EXACTLY how it works. The market doesn't just reflect the world as it is -- it reflects the world as people expect it to be in the future. That's the FUCKING DEFINITION of pricing events into the market.

gtfo Veeky Forums kid. Come back when you finish high school.

TechHater
TechHater

@ZeroReborn
Out of curiosity what's your education background? Are you British? Did you complete high school? How familiar are you with the stock market?

PurpleCharger
PurpleCharger

@TechHater
I'm American, have an Ivy League undergraduate degree, a post-graduate doctorate degree, and more experience in the stock market than 99% of Veeky Forums.

Fuzzy_Logic
Fuzzy_Logic

@PurpleCharger
You are either lying, or American ivy league schools have terrible standards. There is no way that an educated person can seriously make such uninformed claims.

Ignoramus
Ignoramus

@Fuzzy_Logic
I'm too stupid to understand how markets work, so I'll just call you a liar and hurl ad hominems without making any substantive arguments.

Stay poor, faggot.

whereismyname
whereismyname

@MPmaster
Lehman didn't bust because their stock dropped retard. They lacked liquidity and their reserve ratio was much lower than DB.
This is like blog-post level knowledge

Nude_Bikergirl
Nude_Bikergirl

@Ignoramus
Someone saw through my fantasies because I obviously have no clue of what I'm talking about
I know! I'll call him an idiot and claim I have a fancy degree!

Booteefool
Booteefool

@Nude_Bikergirl
Enjoy your panic trading, fear-mongering, and lifelong poverty. If you're too stupid to see the difference between Brexit and the 2008 housing crisis, you deserve the stay poor.

I want to feel sorry for you, but Darwin reminds me that your kind just isn't destined for success.

Harmless_Venom
Harmless_Venom

@whereismyname
DB lack liquidity. Their credit rating has been reduced twice over the last year. Their leverage ratio (having bought bad debt to prop up the euro and the EU) stands at 700%, well into the trillions. They couldn't even save the bank with sos bonds if it all went tits up.

Spamalot
Spamalot

@Harmless_Venom
Great, now go look up the numbers for lehman dummy

viagrandad
viagrandad

@Booteefool
You've been shitposting on this thread for the last 7 hours, doing nothing but insulting everyone and claiming how superior you are, while spewing talking points that were dumbed down to get gullible Brexiter votes. Yes, that's exactly how an ivy league graduate behaves.

My guess is that you are an armchair economist who is actually a NEET living in the basement. Whose days consists of fapping to animu, and you're obviously a virgin too since you are fat and smelly and unattractive and never go out, and can't afford a prostitute with your neetbux.

askme
askme

@5mileys
didnt buy in January
ABSOLUTELY NO ONE CAN TIME THE MATKET
lol or you just suck. A lot of us bought in January and on Friday

idontknow
idontknow

@viagrandad
I've insulted the two people who are too stupid to understand the points that I made. Everyone else gets it, and made fun of you, him, and OP.

Funny thing is, you still haven't made a cogent argument let alone supported it with facts or evidence. All you've done is express a poorly educated opinion. So in addition to being wrong on the issue, you can't even muster the brainpower to participate in an adult conversation.

kys.

@askme
All hail the successful market timer. Excuse me while I remain dubious (and you remain poor).

Burnblaze
Burnblaze

@5mileys
I know what the market is going to do
You can't time the market

If you were honestly going to argue that market timing is impossible, you wouldn't be claiming to know anything about where the market is going to go.

RumChicken
RumChicken

@Burnblaze
you wouldn't be claiming to know anything about where the market is going to go.
I never claimed any such knowledge. Only a retard would claim to be able to predict short-term swings or day-to-day market swings. The random walk is random, after all.

What I said is that we're already passed the point of maximum uncertainty for Brexit. It's not an unfolding crisis or a slow downward spiral. It happened, and the market reacted. From here, the uncertainty only decreases.

If you think you can use that fact to time the market, you're a fucking idiot.

Emberburn
Emberburn

@RumChicken
You've done nothing but to claim your superiority since the start. And not shown one ounce of knowledge about the facts. When people rightfully call you out for being an idiot you panic and make up something about having an ivy league degree.

Proof that everything is over and no more Brexit effects will be felt after a single day?

Garbage Can Lid
Garbage Can Lid

@Emberburn
Proof that everything is over and no more Brexit effects will be felt after a single day
Huh? Are you literally brain damaged? I never said any such thing.

What I said, repeatedly, is that the point of maximum uncertainty and volatility is over and done.

I should get hazardous duty pay for dealing with you morons. I'm honestly worried that your stupidity is going to run off. Fortunately I'm so much smarter than you that it won't matter, but still ... diaf and gfto Veeky Forums children.

Lord_Tryzalot
Lord_Tryzalot

mutualfundfag

Is now the time to buy a fuckton of s&p?

Flameblow
Flameblow

@Garbage Can Lid
Everyone is laughing at you because you're acting like an idiot and backpedaling every time someone challenges your claims.

BunnyJinx
BunnyJinx

@Lord_Tryzalot
Definitely. FTSE250 as well, because they were worst hit (loads of British companies in there).

whereismyname
whereismyname

@BunnyJinx
That was just the expected shock dip. The longer term remains uncertain for now. Until it's clear how Brexit will happen and with timetable there definitely won't be growth. And the medium term outlook is pretty bad, with lots of the financial industry preparing to leave or cut London.

Supergrass
Supergrass

@5mileys
Kill yourself

whereismyname
whereismyname

@Garbage Can Lid
I basically agree with your premise. I know everyone else is telling you to prove it, which is ridiculous (you can't prove a prediction.) I would go so far as to say the low point of this whole thing was market open Friday. I bought at the open and was up 10% by close. I had the exact same thoughts. There will be more stability moving forward for a few reasons:
a) volatility from an afterhours event is always greatest the day after. The panic sell is always biggest at market open the same way most gains are already priced in premarket to positive overnight events
b) don't believe the hype: Brexit doesn't actually matter much. New trade agreements will be reached and so will a new status quo
c) there will be a small but growing sentiment that this whole thing won't actually happen. Whether or not that idea holds any water, it will exist
d) remember all the doom and gloom predictions being made by the drive-bys regarding Brexit? ALL of that is priced in
e) the Brexit vote WAS the event. Refer to point b)
I disagree with your "can't time the market" claim, but whatever (to each his own.) You are essentially claiming to do just that in all your other statements.

Booteefool
Booteefool

@whereismyname
Doesn't change the fact that he's a fucking moron who doesn't know what he's talking about. High school kids on summer vacation who learned everything from /pol/ behave like that.

Evil_kitten
Evil_kitten

@happy_sad
the market it still inflated thanks to zero-negative interest rates
[citation missing] You're not smarter than the market. In fact, you quite a bit dimmer.
A simple google search will give you all the citations you need

Bidwell
Bidwell

@VisualMaster
Maximum uncertainty
Non-binding referendum
Parliament hasn't actually acted
Cameron hasn't completed stepdown
Council of Ministers hasn't had first meeting to discuss
HRH hasn't made a statement

No, we haven't hit peak uncertainty. Hell, there's uncertainty as to whether or not Britain will exit the EU on the strength of this referendum, or if Parliament or the Queen is going to step in and shut it all down. To say Friday was "peak uncertainty" tells me you don't know the actual meaning of the word uncertainty. Peak panic, maybe, but uncertainty, no.

New_Cliche
New_Cliche

@Bidwell
All the points you greentexted are uncertainties as of now, but will each be resolved moving forward, creating less uncertainty.

Also, the Queen can't legally talk politics

likme
likme

@MPmaster
German DAX is still in bearish trend. They lost on friday 7%, but it is still not enough.

Longterm view: Short the dax. It will hit around 8350 - 8500. There are still to many gaps and they need to be closed for a new all time high.

BTW a world crash happens out of the blue without really indications and because of the market run to hot (bubble). Brexit is not such an event.

If the dax can closes all the gaps in the 8000 range this year than we will see a new all time high in 2017. Be prepared to by options or ETF and enjoy the ride.

StrangeWizard
StrangeWizard

@likme
many gaps and they need to be closed for a new all time high

You realize that market makers are constantly driving the price up or down right? It's not some set of data within a closed system behaving characteristically and/or predictably.

Also, buying options or ETFs? Are those on the same level of risk/reward for you? Do you think those are good options before a market swing or are you just spouting bullshit buzzwords you read on investopedia?

Spazyfool
Spazyfool

@askme

why didn't you buy in august? it was a lot better than February when oil was crashing and people were literally shitting their pants

shitpost newfag

MPmaster
MPmaster

@StrangeWizard
Options and etf aren't buzzwords, those are actually products. You can get dax long x2 etfs, they track the German indices without any loss risk.

It is only loss if you sell your papers in red numbers.

There are certain pattern that most of the trader accept respect such as trend line, support and residence lines.

Snarelure
Snarelure

@5mileys
The time to buy was in January or February

I don't get why everyone is oblivious to this. A 3% decline as was Friday, is nothing. A continual decline of 20%, that has bottomed out is.

CodeBuns
CodeBuns

@Snarelure
People like to delude themselves that they're better investors than they are. They like to think that they "beat the game" by "buying dips" and "holding dry powder." They like to ignore the studies that prove this behavior only lowers their performance.

Also, because they truly don't understand how markets work and how they're affected by events. Not every event that moves the markets is the same -- hence the idiot OP and others in this thread.

Lastly, on Veeky Forums at least, there are a LOT of NEET poorfags who pray to their frog god for a market crash because they know others are so much better well off than them. When you lack the intelligence to pull yourself up, the only thing you can do is try to pull others down.

Fuzzy_Logic
Fuzzy_Logic

>>1340014

Your jimmies are being rustled

Please calm your jimmies

Here have a picture

Garbage Can Lid
Garbage Can Lid

@CodeBuns
I'm just a poorfag trying to maximise results on my meager investments though.... :( I dont want to pull anyone else down....

Lord_Tryzalot
Lord_Tryzalot

Crash? But everything still has triple a ratings. How is that possible?

Soft_member
Soft_member

@CodeBuns
Remain was priced in on Thursday's close
Leave happens
market adjusts
You claim that was the maximum uncertainty, yet all news during the weekend suggests otherwise.

askme
askme

@Soft_member
No new questions were raised this weekend that weren't already present at the time Bexit carried the vote and the markets adjusted to that reality.

Indeed, we've already had some questions answered (Will Cameron step down? Yes. Will there be a shakeup in the Labour party? Yes.)

Of course, many, many questions still remain to be answered. And they will be, in time. Uncertainty will remain, but will decrease as each additional question gets addressed, negotiated, settled, and answered. Not every answer will be positive for the markets in isolation, but they will be answered nonetheless.

On Friday, all we had was questions. Markets don't like that. Now we start to get answers. Markets like that.

Pretty damn simple.

Playboyize
Playboyize

@5mileys
This is why economically illiterate people should not vote. Its going to get worse as banks start moving their EU headquarters from London to Dublin or Frankfurt. Also until an post-EU treaty is signed the market will react negatively. Expect Britain to lose its AAA rating in the upcoming weeks and embrace banana republic ratings.

Methnerd
Methnerd

@Booteefool
@Ignoramus
@PurpleCharger
@ZeroReborn
@Snarelure
Rekt 2016. This is why the uneducated should kept in check with a strong government that prevents the masses from doing something stupid for the greater good. The USA placed the electoral college for this reason on their presidential elections.

Emberburn
Emberburn

What are the markets in the east showing in their tickers at the moment? And the early hours trading saying about tomorrow trading day?

SniperWish
SniperWish

@Playboyize
@Methnerd
@Emberburn
Welcome to the thread, you clueless NEET. Decided to put down your controller and hotpocket and saw the news, huh?

And, no, you can't make any money off the news. A. You have no capital. B. The happening already happened. C. You're too stupid regardless.

RavySnake
RavySnake

@Evilember
I disagree. Events will happen; that will create new uncertainty. The level of uncertainty is so high atm, that no1 even knows wtf is going on. Its a new precedent. More uncertainty will follow the taking of decisions, which will impact decisions etc etc. Interesting times ahead for sure.

WebTool
WebTool

@SniperWish
hurrr durrrrrr let me call people stupid for calling on my shit
Do I need to call a wambulance for you?

Soft_member
Soft_member

No one has mentioned yet but Thursday would have been a perfect time time to sell.

Any advice for determining when to sell?

viagrandad
viagrandad

@Emberburn
US equity futures down 60-80 bps on average. So hopefully not as bad as Friday.

StonedTime
StonedTime

@MPmaster
This thread would have me worried if Veeky Forums wasn't full of know it all 20 year Olds and neets who are never right about anything.

Seriously, you guys are so certain on things even though your track record is hilarious as a community.

Garbage Can Lid
Garbage Can Lid

@StonedTime

Hey I made 14 bucks on Friday so phooey on you Dad

Burnblaze
Burnblaze

@StonedTime
are you grouping everyone into /meme/ stocks?

That's like say /pol/ is a libertarian circle jerk

iluvmen
iluvmen

@StonedTime
Yes, there are lots of high school dropout NEETs who do nothing but shout out loud /pol/ talking points. There are also educated people who know what they are talking about.

The problem is that if you're not familiar with the topics you might have a hard time telling who is who. Except maybe the general guideline that when someone does nothing but sperg out talking points without backing them up and rages out and insults everyone who disagrees, he's probably full of shit.

Playboyize
Playboyize

@Deadlyinx
Agreed 100% user. Will take time and we can't know if Monday will see more decline, but Friday was the worst day and I guarantee shit will start to get figured out.

Methnerd
Methnerd

@Emberfire
Your making yourself sound stupid, just stop.

Stupidasole
Stupidasole

Guys can you suggest me any books that can educate me on macroeconomics and how the world works exactly on that regard? I want to understand more how brexit works, but I have trouble picking a side because of my lack of knowledge.

Illusionz
Illusionz

Have you idiots even looked at the futures prices. Full happening,
Mr Bones here we come.

BEARS
E
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cum2soon
cum2soon

@Illusionz
?
what should I be seeing?

w8t4u
w8t4u

dutsche bank will not collapse. Its fucking dutsche bank it can't

kizzmybutt
kizzmybutt

@w8t4u
Its Lehman they said.
It can't they said.

Stupidasole
Stupidasole

@w8t4u
eurobanks are going to zero

Playboyize
Playboyize

futures down 2%
top lel

controlled collapse

Bidwell
Bidwell

@Lord_Tryzalot
The UK doesnt anymore.

StrangeWizard
StrangeWizard

Why is Deutsche Bank going to collapse? Because their share price is low? Come on now.

Can we talk about how Barclays has gone from $185 a share to $127 in two days? Or how RBS has gone from $248 to $174? Lloyd's from $72 to $51?

That is fucking shit ton of money lost. The UK financial sector is TANKING.

Need_TLC
Need_TLC

@StrangeWizard
UK financial sector is collapsing because London is no longer in the EU and these banks are headquarter in London becuase it was in the EU and English was spoken. With the Brexit these banks can't do business the old way and their assets are hold on in those old business ways. The UK voters voted themselves into a recession and inflation. Also a possible UK financial exodus to another EU nation. I can't wait to visit the future third world country known as the UK. At least British slags are now dirt cheap compare to last week.

hairygrape
hairygrape

Anyone know some good non-lethal weapons companies that operate in the EU that are publicly traded?

I'm banking on shit getting ugly over there and people wanted to beat some kebabs/electrocute them.

Emberfire
Emberfire

@5mileys
Reminding everyone that this guy is a fucking idiot. Laugh at him. Ivy league graduate my ass.

Spazyfool
Spazyfool

@Emberfire
You say that, but as far as I can tell, all the markets are in the green again, except the DOW.
And who cares about those yanks, anyway?

AwesomeTucker
AwesomeTucker

@5mileys

Let me get this straight: you're calling it another news event?

Need_TLC
Need_TLC

@Need_TLC
Isn't inflation a good thing to have these days?

Hopefully with the end of globalization and neoliberalism, we can have inflation again, countries will look inward, the state will control the economy, and people will be happier and employed.

Boy_vs_Girl
Boy_vs_Girl

@Emberfire
I am laughing. At you. Faggot.

I'm laughing at you, faggot.

Spamalot
Spamalot

@MPmaster
DXB is up 2.5% premarket

farquit
farquit

@Boy_vs_Girl
things will get more clear

Now that you have been thoroughly BTFO, how about killing yourself?

5mileys
5mileys

@farquit

@Spazyfool
@Boy_vs_Girl
@Spamalot
#rekt #btfo #gtfo #diaf #kys #lmfao

Methnerd
Methnerd

@5mileys
based off of central banks "maybe" intervening...

sounds like the maximum uncertainty on friday, was just hog wash

Carnalpleasure
Carnalpleasure

@Boy_vs_Girl
What program are you using to track those values?

StrangeWizard
StrangeWizard

@Playboyize
Their 'headquaters may move for tax purposes but London will always be financial capital of the world and there isnt a chance that they will just drop all their london offices and employees for somewhere else

you should see Googles London HQ where they apparently earn no money and pay no tax too

Inmate
Inmate

@likme
@Emberfire
@TechHater
@Fuzzy_Logic
@Nude_Bikergirl
@viagrandad
@Burnblaze
@Emberburn
@Lord_Tryzalot
@Booteefool
@Playboyize
@Methnerd
@Emberburn
@Emberfire
@farquit
Reminding everyone that this little samefagging NEET thought the markets would go down forever. He trolled this thread for hours, and some of you even bought in. Fucking pathetic.

Playboyize
Playboyize

@Inmate
just redditors from /pol/ raids, who stayed here, but have much to learn, leftist don't understand reality let alone world economy

StonedTime
StonedTime

@MPmaster
work at deutsche
will probably get fired

fug.

Should all buy in at 12 and sell at 15. It's fluctuating a lot between these numbers for the past months

cum2soon
cum2soon

@MPmaster
We can just give them lots of money before UK brexits formally

Carnalpleasure
Carnalpleasure

So premarket is slightly down now. We betting red tomorrow?

TalkBomber
TalkBomber

@New_Cliche
Your aware that parliament is dissolved and reconvened by the queen right?

She can legally overrule bills of she wants to. It's not practical for her to do so though.

Poker_Star
Poker_Star

@StonedTime
work at deutsche

Do you? What's the mood over there now? I saw one user from DB (or so he claimed), he said his superiors were running around with their asses on fire the day after Brexit.

Emberfire
Emberfire

@Inmate
implying anyone said every day will be red.
implying 2008 didn't happen over a period of time
1 out of 3 days since brexit the market is up. On LOW volume mind you. And the only saving grace has been the hint that central banks may provide injections.

keep telling yourself this is a healthy organic market.

TalkBomber
TalkBomber

@Emberfire
implying 2008 didn't happen over a period of time

He thinks Brexit is the same as the sub-prime housing crisis....

CodeBuns
CodeBuns

@TalkBomber
laughing*.jpg meme
An insolvent bank is an insolvent bank regardless of the underlying issue(s).

Quit schilling and explain why central banks injecting liquidity in markets is not only ethical but good long term strategy. We are almost a decade into this madness now

pre-brexit
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-05-16/deutsche-bank-s-problems-may-be-insurmountable-berenberg-says

Stupidasole
Stupidasole

Even if you don't think this is the catalyst, we're close to all time highs. Do you really think well see another 10% up from here before we see 10% lower than here? This markets going to go up forever? Seems like a correction is bound and this particular event while maybe not enough to break the market isn't helping it any.

Spazyfool
Spazyfool

Is DB deadcat or is it going to keep rising? Pretty sure it hit its low and will rise from now on.

Spamalot
Spamalot

@Stupidasole
"Nothing is wrong. Buy, buy, buy"

Check out this link...
@CodeBuns

read
Peter schiff
zerohedge
dollar collapse
And then make your own conclusion

Methnerd
Methnerd

There's literally one faggot in this thread running around like a chicken with his head cut off, quoting himself, and shitposting for days. Fucking pathetic.

No, child, the sky is not falling.

Skullbone
Skullbone

@Methnerd
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-05-16/deutsche-bank-s-problems-may-be-insurmountable-berenberg-says

deny, deny deny

also... different devices, different wifi

happy_sad
happy_sad

@kizzmybutt
Deutsch Bank learned from '08-- in fact every financial institution in the first world learned from it. They follow stricter financial regulations now, so they are much less likely to become susceptible to fraudulence, let alone MUH HABBENINGS.

Snarelure
Snarelure

@Poker_Star
I'm in the least affected department, but there's a lot of doubt on the future. For the moment it's business as usual. Superiors are having more stress than usual & constantly calling around for news & to know what to do.

Need_TLC
Need_TLC

@likme
@Emberfire
@TechHater
@Fuzzy_Logic
@Nude_Bikergirl
@viagrandad
@Burnblaze
@Emberburn
@Lord_Tryzalot
@Booteefool
@Playboyize
@Methnerd
@Emberburn
@Emberfire
@farquit
@Emberfire
@CodeBuns
@Stupidasole
@Spamalot
@Skullbone
Reminding everyone that this little samefagging NEET thought the markets would go down forever. He trolled this thread for DAYS, and some of you even fell for it. Fucking pathetic.

girlDog
girlDog

@happy_sad
what kinda bullshit blue pill answer is this?

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/95895178-d49c-11e5-829b-8564e7528e54.html#axzz4CyKc6mOz

Read that article. Tell me being levereged 2000-1 is "strict financial regulation". Give me some facts and figures, or stfu in future.

whereismyname
whereismyname

Do they accept autists in the Ivy League?

RavySnake
RavySnake

@Need_TLC
you must feel lonely

have a you

Playboyize
Playboyize

@girlDog
Wtf are you talking about, faggot?

Look at the headlines today: Fed is conducting stress tests on the largest banks, which includes Deutch Bank.

This means that its American branches have to meet certain requirements established by the Fed.

Faggot, kys

BunnyJinx
BunnyJinx

@Need_TLC
2 days in green
volume is low af
everythingisawesome.jpg

Which bank or government agency do you work for?

WebTool
WebTool

@MPmaster
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-06-28/soros-wagered-deutsche-bank-would-drop-in-brexit-turmoil

Soros was shorting Deutsche bank after all and I have nice tinfoil hats for everyone:

1) they let Brexit happen because now they have nice scapegoat

2) There is huge shit hitting the fan, Greek debtz exploding,

3) Negative interest rates destroying banks balance, it ruins pensions after all,

4) Illegal immigrant flood was not the USA trick to keep wages low but instead it was welfare shit that wreck all savings that internal devaluation would give to Germany/EU (or all of these combined)

Deutsche Bank releases 2Q results at July 27. Im not sure but my habbening level is raising.

PurpleCharger
PurpleCharger

@Deadlyinx
That uncertainty is only going to diminish as Britain, Scotland, Ireland, and the EU now start to sort out the consequences of the "big bang" event.
Except the inevitable votes for Scotland to leave the UK and Irish reunification are going to be giant uncertainty events as well.

TalkBomber
TalkBomber

@WebTool
Between BofA, Citi, JPMorgan, and all the other big banks, announced buybacks amounting to dozens of billion have sent US equity futures spiking after hours.

Bank of America Authorizes $5b Buyback; Boosts Div to 7.5c-Share
Citigroup Plans $8.6b Buyback; Lifts Qtr Div to 16c From 5c
JPMorgan Chase Plans $10.6b Buyback, Maintains qtr Div at 48c/shr
Morgan Stanley Sets Buyback of Up to $3.5b, Boosts Div. to 20c
Goldman Sachs plans buybacks of stock, boosts quarterly dividend
American Express Plans $3.3b Buyback, Div. Boost to 32c-Share
Huntington Bancshares to Boost Qtr Div. to 8c From 7c/Shr
SunTrust to Lift Dividend 8% Starting 3Q, Sets $960m Repurchase
U.S. Bancorp to Buy Back $2.6b of Shares, Boosts Div. by 9.8%
Zions Bancorp Plans to Boost Dividend, Buyback
Ally Financial announces inaugural dividend of 8c/share, buyback of up to $700m of stock
M&T Bank Plans Max. $1.15b Buyback; Dividend Raised By Up to 5c
PNC Plans Share Buybacks Up to $2b, Raise Qtr Div. to 55c/shr
BNY Mellon Plans $2.7b Buyback, Boosts Dividend
Northern Trust to Buy Back $275m; Boosts Dividend to 38c Vs 36c
State Street to Buy Up to $1.4b; Boosts Dividend to 38c Vs 34c
Bank of New York plans to buy back $2.14b in shares, boost dividend by 12%
Citizens Finl Group Plans Quarterly Div. 12c/Share, Est. 12c
BNY Mellon Plans $2.7b Buyback, Boosts Dividend by ~12% to 19c from 17c
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Plan Includes Common Dividends of $120m
KeyCorp Plans to Evaluate Qtr Div. Boost to 9.5c/Shr, Est. 8.5c
Discover Financial to Buy Back Up to $1.95b of Stock, Boost Div. to 30s/shr from 28c.

GoogleCat
GoogleCat

@PurpleCharger
Nah, Scotland has 5 million inhabitants, it's not that big economy. UK's GDP 2.849 trillion - Scotlands 0.233

You hardly won't see the difference

Dreamworx
Dreamworx

@PurpleCharger
Except the inevitable votes for Scotland to leave the UK and Irish reunification are going to be giant uncertainty events as well.
How is it uncertainty when everyone expects them to do it, and has already priced it into the markets?

I seriously hope you chicken littles don't have any real money in the markets, because you're tragically uneducated as to how they work.

TurtleCat
TurtleCat

Futures in the green again???!!!!???? It's almost as if the POINT OF MAXIMUM UNCERTAINTY HAPPENED LAST WEEK.

@likme
@Emberfire
@TechHater
@Fuzzy_Logic
@Nude_Bikergirl
@viagrandad
@Burnblaze
@Emberburn
@Lord_Tryzalot
@Booteefool
@Playboyize
@Methnerd
@Emberburn
@Emberfire
@farquit
@Emberfire
@CodeBuns
@Stupidasole
@Spamalot
@Skullbone
@whereismyname
@RavySnake
@BunnyJinx
Reminding everyone (again) that this little samefagging NEET thought the markets would go down forever. He trolled this thread for FOUR DAYS with gloom-and-doom. Fucking pathetic.

Harmless_Venom
Harmless_Venom

@MPmaster
I've known we were in for interdasting toimes since Detroid defaulted on its obligations. But if you want to be prepared for the habbeding, watch China. If they have a black swan convention it'll probably be next year.

Carnalpleasure
Carnalpleasure

@MPmaster
2008 crash.
The crash was caused by the collapse of fannie and freddie mac, two corrupt government sponsored enterprises that mindlessly backed every mortgage it was given. There is no institution like that in germany, so a 2008 meltdown won't happen there.

Garbage Can Lid
Garbage Can Lid

@TurtleCat
Where's the volume justifying the uptick? >End of quarter window dressing.

See ya next week faggot.

cum2soon
cum2soon

zerohedge
peter schiff
every thing is awesome zerohedge meme

DB is going to zero eventually but the shills are absolutely clueless what's going on

Stark_Naked
Stark_Naked

@Garbage Can Lid
I worried for you user. If you had any money and believed your own bullshit, you'd be financially wrecked right now.

Who am I kidding? You're a NEET faggot with no money. Next time, show respect to people smarter than you. I told you I was an Ivy Leaguer. You should have listened.

Stupidasole
Stupidasole

tried to open Vanguard account two weeks ago
had to do paper application by mail
finally got the confirmation back and got the online account set up today
tfw already missed the rally

DeathDog
DeathDog

@Stark_Naked
You never answer to the question presented to you, in regards to the volume-less rally…
hurr durr, I'm an ivy leaguer, I'm smart
Tell us what bank or government agency you work for agin?

And no I'm not some faggot neet, just a $65k/year wage slave.

Spazyfool
Spazyfool

IS DB KILL?!?!
IS BCS KILL?!?!

LuckyDusty
LuckyDusty

@DeathDog
the volume-less rally…
I haven't addressed it because its not fucking true. Trading volume for the rally has significantly outpaced the market average, as anyone who took the time to look at at a chart could easily see in 5 seconds (pic related).

Fun Fact: we've almost back to pre-Brexit levels in just 4 days. So much for "muh happening.: Kek.

Now, as I said LAST WEEK, we start to return to normalcy. Markets will go up and markets will go down. Some days will be good and some bad, but the uncertainty is already fading. Brexit isn't over, but the worst of it is.

As for you kid ... stop changing the goalposts, stop making up facts, and stop being a massive faggot. You were wrong and I was right. Jesus ... any self-respecting person would have just left the thread, but you keep coming back like some pathetic masochist. Are you one of those freaks who like to be insulted and seek out degrading situations? Ick, go get your jollies elsewhere, kay?

Take this as a life lesson: You are not a smart person. You are a moron, in fact. That's OK, you can still live a dumb, happy, average life ... IF you get your head out of your ass. It'll help if you pay attention to your betters when they offer free advice, like I did in this thread. But if you keep pretending that you're not mentally slow, you;re gonna stay a poor NEET faggot.

Nojokur
Nojokur

@5mileys
Actually, it's over. Markets don't like uncertainty, and the day of maximum uncertainty was Friday.
Reminder that I called this a week ago.

Since making my prediction that Brexit was not the "sky is falling" event that everyone with a sandy vagina was claiming, the S&P has had its BEST week of 2016. The Dow, S&P, and NASDAQ are mere points below their pre-Bexit levels just 5 trading days later.

@MPmaster
It hasn't even begun
Kek. It was over on Friday.

@lostmypassword
And you say it's going to be more certain starting Monday
It was, and the markets reflected that all week.

@WebTool
expect more turmoil
Sorry, no turmoil in sight.

@w8t4u
people will bet on chaos and thus perpetuate chaos in the market
said no one intelligent, ever.

@Emberfire
it will take the upcoming months to see how things go
Apparently by "months" you meant 5 days? Lol.

@whereismyname
Until it's clear how Brexit will happen and with timetable there definitely won't be growth.
[giggling intensifies]

@Illusionz
Full happening
Sorry, but the happening was cancelled due to lack of interest. Now you'll have to get a real job, NEET.

@Emberfire
1 out of 3 days since brexit the market is up.
No, 4 of 5. Kek.
On LOW volume mind you.
No, on higher than average volume (today aside). Kek.

This has been the most fun thread ever. I mean, I knew there were idiots on Veeky Forums and this thread proved it in spades. But rarely do you get to see the instant karma played out in such dramatic fashion. Watching the the markets bounce back so robustly as I predicted a week ago is just ... satisfying.

Thanks for the chuckles, all you doomsayers, edgelords, NEETs of Wall Street, and permabears. Better luck next time.

Snarelure
Snarelure

@Nojokur
you're belief in this market.
you're either retarded or a CB shill
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-07-01/breuphoria-stocks-explode-higher-biggest-short-squeeze-7-years

happy_sad
happy_sad

@Snarelure
Citing zerohedge unironically
Wow, I can't believe you actually came back to this thread after getting rekt for five straight days. Do you have an actual cuckold fetish?

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