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Direxion Daily FTSE China Bull 3X Shares

Direxion Daily FTSE China Bull 3X Shares (YINN)

23.0643
1.41
(6.53%)
Closed July 22 4:00PM
22.16
-0.87
( -3.78% )
Pre Market: 5:29AM

Calls

StrikeBid PriceAsk PriceLast PriceMidpointChangeChange %VolumeOPEN INTLast Trade
17.004.608.000.006.300.000.00 %00-
17.504.207.600.005.900.000.00 %00-
18.004.607.000.005.800.000.00 %00-
18.503.906.400.005.150.000.00 %00-
19.004.004.403.904.200.9532.20 %1217/22/2024
19.503.004.004.043.500.000.00 %020-
20.002.953.302.953.1250.9346.04 %10647/22/2024
20.502.502.902.602.700.9456.63 %16157/22/2024
21.001.452.802.252.1250.8055.17 %111367/22/2024
21.501.701.851.701.7750.7578.95 %3467/22/2024
22.001.251.451.401.350.6586.67 %1663917/22/2024
22.501.001.101.151.050.5591.67 %993007/22/2024
23.000.750.800.780.7750.3895.00 %2,7661,6107/22/2024
23.500.500.650.570.5750.2262.86 %6221,5647/22/2024
24.000.350.400.400.3750.1990.48 %9957817/22/2024
24.500.250.300.250.2750.0738.89 %1604967/22/2024
25.000.150.200.170.1750.0770.00 %3447737/22/2024
25.500.100.150.120.125-0.03-20.00 %1381,0377/22/2024
26.000.050.100.070.0750.0116.67 %1962267/22/2024
26.500.050.100.050.075-0.03-37.50 %1131897/22/2024

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Puts

StrikeBid PriceAsk PriceLast PriceMidpointChangeChange %VolumeOPEN INTLast Trade
17.000.050.050.050.050.000.00 %022-
17.500.050.050.050.050.000.00 %017-
18.000.090.050.030.07-0.06-66.67 %4637/22/2024
18.500.050.100.050.075-0.05-50.00 %1287/22/2024
19.000.050.100.060.075-0.09-60.00 %111507/22/2024
19.500.050.150.050.10-0.13-72.22 %39617/22/2024
20.000.050.100.050.075-0.21-80.77 %485007/22/2024
20.500.050.100.090.075-0.27-75.00 %391407/22/2024
21.000.100.150.120.125-0.45-78.95 %433537/22/2024
21.500.150.250.210.20-0.54-72.00 %871807/22/2024
22.000.300.350.330.325-0.70-67.96 %1164147/22/2024
22.500.450.600.500.525-0.82-62.12 %972757/22/2024
23.000.650.750.800.70-0.85-51.52 %1813107/22/2024
23.500.951.051.001.00-1.10-52.38 %22897/22/2024
24.001.151.401.271.275-1.23-49.20 %532417/22/2024
24.500.951.801.951.375-0.97-33.22 %2987/22/2024
25.002.052.252.052.15-1.35-39.71 %382087/22/2024
25.502.452.602.302.5250.000.00 %021-
26.002.003.403.002.70-1.28-29.91 %2557/22/2024
26.502.253.704.102.9750.000.00 %035-

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YINN Discussion

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usaphilippines usaphilippines 4 months ago
Beijing Biden will get this pumping
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DarkPool DarkPool 1 year ago
540 billion in Chinese stimulus. Better cover boys
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DarkPool DarkPool 1 year ago
Boys might wanna go long China. There about to unleash household stimulus just like America did and drove US markets to record highs. I’m long China today. Double up my position house money ;) chooochooooo
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bigfred1 bigfred1 2 years ago
Looking at this chart it looks like resistance is around 68 and 75.

I do not think we will go beyond without a correction.

Maybe around the chinese new year. Thoughts?
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nowwhat2 nowwhat2 2 years ago
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nowwhat2 nowwhat2 2 years ago
I know - It's unbelievable......Or IS it ?


I was just writing this


HK 20,000 - Some Asian Treasure maps
....




3 yr


Why ?




On Friday December 9th ; I was pretending that Big Money might be thinking this ;

That they might try forming another Double Bottom over here (there)




BUT.......


Instead ?

3.5 weeks later ......and.....this is that scene now ;












Fact is ;


I HADN'T BEEN FACTORING IN THE U.S. COVID LOW at all.






But when I sensed that there must be something (else) going on ?......
I checked and that's when I just had to say "wow"



Don't believe me ?.......Check it out :...... Save this link and check it daily now for the next six weeks

https://bigcharts.marketwatch.com/advchart/frames/frames.asp?show=&insttype=Index&symb=hangseng&x=61&y=19&time=100&startdate=2%2F4%2F2019&enddate=6%2F19%2F2023&freq=1&compidx=aaaaa%3A0&comptemptext=&comp=none&ma=0&maval=9&uf=0&lf=1&lf2=0&lf3=0&type=2&style=320&size=3&timeFrameToggle=false&compareToToggle=false&indicatorsToggle=false&chartStyleToggle=false&state=9


This one for the next few days : The 21,000 was OUR Covid Low (displayed in charts above)
https://bigcharts.marketwatch.com/advchart/frames/frames.asp?show=&insttype=Index&symb=hangseng&x=68&y=23&time=18&startdate=2%2F4%2F2019&enddate=6%2F19%2F2023&freq=9&compidx=aaaaa%3A0&comptemptext=&comp=none&ma=0&maval=9&uf=0&lf=1&lf2=0&lf3=0&type=2&style=320&size=3&timeFrameToggle=false&compareToToggle=false&indicatorsToggle=false&chartStyleToggle=false&state=9



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RealGenius RealGenius 2 years ago
Up (about) 300% now
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db101 db101 2 years ago
China reopens January 2023…
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db101 db101 2 years ago
“Mr. Yinn” just said he expects the $YINN to reach 120 in 2023…
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db101 db101 2 years ago
YINN is ready…
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nowwhat2 nowwhat2 2 years ago
So by 50% eh ?.....
Holy cow......Like ; And just look at where the HK's sitting now :
It was up 7.6 % last night
Biden is meeting with Xi on Monday

And if it can get pushing up on thru this ?.......Oh man - what an etf - Great eye !
Thing is parked RIGHT ON the line (far as I can tell) ........Algos would know for SURE



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RealGenius RealGenius 2 years ago
Up 50% last 2 weeks.
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tw0122 tw0122 2 years ago
China is rewriting the global rules that you will be forced to follow.
They have a 5 year plan to force the rest of the world to buy there technologically advanced manufacturing products. No need for a currency war.

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db101 db101 2 years ago
…nice move today
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nowwhat2 nowwhat2 2 years ago
Golden Dragon China Index Posts Best Two Day Gain Since April......Bloomberg T.V.

Gee I wonder why......




Last 26.20 - Up 3.06 (13.22%)



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PennyRookie0 PennyRookie0 2 years ago
Looks like another reverse split will need to occur. Just a terrible trade by me. It is what it is.
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PennyRookie0 PennyRookie0 2 years ago
Maybe $55. Bad news possible later this week. Multiple articles discuss China stocks are set for a rebound, but it's just one defeat after another. Betting on YANG would have made me a bunch of money.
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
Sure looks like 60 to me. Time will tell ;)
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PennyRookie0 PennyRookie0 2 years ago
There is literally no bottom with YINN.
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tw0122 tw0122 2 years ago
Maybe a market rebound a day or two then short China some more.
Perhaps water purification or environmental stocks could take off in China…

China's Water Crisis Could Trigger Global Catastrophe

THURSDAY, AUG 25, 2022 - 11:20 PM
China's water crisis is nothing new, but it's gotten worse - and is now on the 'brink of catastrophe' and could trigger a global catastrophe, according to Foreign Affairs.


Dried-up riverbed of Jialing river, a Yangtze tributary, China, August 2022
Thomas Peter / Reuters
Given the country’s overriding importance to the global economy, potential water-driven disruptions beginning in China would rapidly reverberate through food, energy, and materials markets around the world and create economic and political turbulence for years to come. -Foreign Affairs

For starters, there's no substitute for water - which is essential for food production, electricity generation and sustaining all life on earth.

In China, which consumes ten billion barrels of water per day (approximately 700x its daily oil consumption), decades of economic and population growth have pushed northern China's water system to unsustainable levels.

According to the report, the per-capita water supply around the North China Plain at the end of 2020 was nearly 50% below the UN's definition of acute water scarcity at 253 cubic meters. Other major cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, are at similar (or lower) levels.

For comparison, Egypt had per-capita freshwater resources of 570 cubic meters, and has nowhere near as large of a manufacturing base as China.

Not fit for human consumption

Also worrisome, is that 19% of China's surface water is not fit for human consumption according to China’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment. Roughly 7% was deemed unfit for any use at all.

Groundwater was worse - with around 30% considered unfit for consumption, and 16% unfit for any use.

In order to utilize this water, Beijing will need to make major investments in treatment infrastructure, which will require a significant increase in electricity usage in order to power the equipment.

Working against progress is China's farming and industrial industries, which dump contaminants into the country's groundwater - potentially setting the stage for decades of additional impairments.

Data from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization indicate that China uses nearly two and a half times as much fertilizer and four times as much pesticide as the United States does despite having 25 percent less arable land.

For decades, Beijing has generally chosen to conceal the full extent of China’s environmental problems to limit potential public backlash and to avoid questions about the competence and capacity of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). This lack of transparency suggests that an escalation to acute water distress could be far closer than most outside observers realize—increasing the chances that the world will be ill prepared for such a calamity. -Foreign Affairs

The core problem is the overpumping of aquifers under the Northern China Plain - which according to NASA GRACE satellites, are more overdrawn than those of the Ogallala Aquifer under the Great Plains in the US - which is one of the world's most imperiled sources of agricultural water.

In some instances, groundwater levels have gotten so low that underground aquifers have collapsed - triggering a phenomenon called Land Subsidence, which can cause the ground to cave in over large areas, which in some case renders the aquifer unusable in the future.

In 2003, Beijing launched a $60 billion "South-to-North Water Transfer Project" to use waters from the Yangtze River to replenish the north.

Meanwhile, China has deployed cloud seeding technologies to lace the clouds with silver iodide or liquid nitrogen in order to stimulate rainfall. It's also relocated heavy industries away from dry regions.

In April 2022, Vice Minister of Water Resources Wei Shanzhong estimated that China could end up spending $100 billion annually on water-related projects.

It might not be enough, however.

Despite highly innovative programs to improve water availability, some scholars estimate that water supply could fall short of demand by 25 percent by 2030—a situation that would by definition force major adjustments in society. Experiences to date on the North China Plain enhance concern and illustrate the scale of additional needed hydraulic intervention. Despite nearly a decade of importing Yangtze valley water supplies to high-stress areas such as Beijing, large-scale depletion of stored groundwater continues in other nearby areas, such as Hebei and Tianjin. -Foreign Affairs

The result of a worsening drought will, of course, mean less food.

60% of China's wheat, 45% of its corn, 35% of its cotton and 64% of its peanuts come from the at-risk North China Plain - where, in the example of wheat, their annual production of more than 80 million tons is on par with Russia's annual output, while their 125 million tons of corn is nearly 3x Ukraine's prewar production.

In order to sustain these harvests, water is being pumped to farms faster than nature can replenish it. According to satellite data, between 2003 and 2010, Northern China lost as much groundwater as Beijing consumes annually - leaving farmers struggling to find new sources.

If the North China Plain suffers a 33% crop loss due to water insufficiency, China would need to import roughly 20% of the world's internationally traded corn and 13% of the world's wheat.

Although China has stockpiled the world’s largest grain reserves, the country is not immune to a multiyear yield shortfall. This would likely force China’s food traders, including large state-owned enterprises such as COFCO and Sinograin, into global markets on an emergency basis to secure additional supplies. This in turn could trigger food price spikes in high-income countries, while rendering key food items economically inaccessible to hundreds of millions of people in poorer countries. The impacts of this water-driven food shortage could be far worse than the food-related unrest that swept across lower- and middle-income countries in 2007 and 2008 and would drive migration and exacerbate political polarization already present in Europe and the United States. -Foreign Affairs

A shocking problem

China's water woes go beyond agriculture - with around 90% of the country's electrical grid reliant on extensive water resources - "particularly hydro, coal, and even nuclear generation, which needs large and steady water supplies for steam condensers and to cool reactor cores and used fuel rods" according to the report.

If China lost 15% of its hydropower production in any given year due to low water levels, it would have to increase electricity output via other means by an amount equal to what Egypt consumes in a year - something that only coal would be able to accomplish.

Except - the process of mining and preparing coal is also highly water intensive. And while seawater can be used to cool the limited coastal coal sources, much of the sooty resource is located inland and rely on groundwater, rivers and lakes.

Read the rest here...

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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
Bottoms in. Round 2
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tw0122 tw0122 2 years ago
Real estate runs there economy and developers robbed millions of Chinese of their deposits on preorder houses. The trust has been broken and it will now take many years to recover that trust.
Nobody buying a house will have faith now until final product is completely finished which means a very long time for a housing recovery.
Might see some little runs on YINN but YANG going to be the winner longer term
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PennyRookie0 PennyRookie0 2 years ago
This continues to be a total dog. China may never recover from this recession.
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PennyRookie0 PennyRookie0 2 years ago
Going to be a while. There are some really nice upswings on this stock if you buy at the right times, and some really ugly downward trends. It's been down for several years, but China isn't going away. I'm down about 40% . . . the volatility has been tough to watch.
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tw0122 tw0122 2 years ago
How China going bro grow when the rest of world economies crashing? Not looking good longer term maybe they fake out some gains in Chinese stocks with Covid recovery theme but it won’t last
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tw0122 tw0122 2 years ago
Time To Pour Some Cold Water On China's Red-Hot Stock Rally

Tyler Durden's Photo
BY TYLER DURDEN
WEDNESDAY, JUN 08, 2022 - 10:20 PM
By George Lei, Bloomberg markets Live Analyst and Commentator

Chinese tech stocks are poised for their biggest weekly advance in months, boosted by news of a potential wrap-up of the probe into Didi as well as relaxed Covid curbs in Shanghai and Beijing. Still, it might be premature to call a bottom in the tech sector, let alone the broader market.

The Nasdaq Golden Dragon China Index has rallied about 15% since last Friday, poised for the best week in almost three months; the Hang Seng Tech Index is also on course for its biggest weekly gain since the end of April.

Chinese equities are “bumping along the bottom” and will stage a “very strong and sustained recovery” once there’s a clear exit strategy from Covid Zero, said Chi Lo, a senior strategist at BNP Paribas Asset Management. JPMorgan also sees a “turning point” in China stocks with buying opportunities emerging, according to a Monday note by strategist Marko Kolanovic.



The Golden Dragon Index has mostly consolidated in a 6,000-8,000 range over the past three months. The gauge may be forming a bottom, yet it is still more than 10% away from its 200-day moving average. Hang Seng Tech, among other stock indexes, remains far below the 200-DMA.

“Expecting the regulator to change other rules, which currently harm the companies in my coverage, seems a bit too soon,” according to DZ Bank’s Manuel Muehl, who was the first among more than 70 analysts tracked by Bloomberg to go bearish on China tech.

For broader Chinese stocks, how fast and far the rebound goes depends very much on how long Covid Zero lasts. BNP’s Lo sees little room for policy change this year but possibly more clarity into the second quarter of 2023: “The point here is the timing of that we don’t know,” he added.

Bets on China reopening have always been risky. In early March, Trip.com and casino operator Wynn Resorts climbed 10.8% and 8.6% respectively on a report that China might experiment with a laxer Covid policy as soon as this summer. The gains quickly fizzled and current prices are about 15% and 22% below their respective closings back then. China is showing “little evidence” of reopening aviation and the industry will continue to suffer, IATA Director General Willie Walsh said on Tuesday.

A case in point is Hong Kong. The city has allowed most mildly ill patients to stay at home since February, yet it announced last week that people infected with Covid sub-variants including BA.2.12.1 will be sent to government facilities for mandatory quarantine, even if they are not severely sick. Unless and until Hong Kong fully embraces living with the virus, it will be a stretch to expect China to abandon its pandemic rules any time soon.

“Any new waves of Covid could return cities back to lockdowns” as long as “the leadership remains dedicated to its Zero Covid Strategy,” Nomura analysts led by Chief China Economist Ting Lu wrote in a report on Wednesday. Economic data are likely to improve in June, representing a brief respite rather than a real turning point since the property sector will still be under stress and fiscal stimulus will be used primarily to fill the funding gap of local governments, Lu argued.
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
Nothing like shorting a reverse split with decay ;)
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tw0122 tw0122 2 years ago
Alibaba, Tencent and JD.com all just posted their slowest revenue growth on record
PUBLISHED FRI, MAY 27 20224:15 AM
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
So funny. Chinas at the bottom already. They have all the commodities and crazy stimulus coming. US well is dry and no one wants dollars any longer.
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tw0122 tw0122 2 years ago
For the market, the Peoples Bank of China added liquidity to the financial system yesterday — probably buying stocks and bonds to prop up the market.

Shorting China runs the risk of betting against the central bank. That’s never a good idea.

Plus, no one shorting China today is arriving early to the party. No one knows how much lower this can go. The MSCI China is down 26% year-to-date, similar to the Nasdaq, and underperforming the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. The pre-market hours looked good for China early Thursday.

But if China wants to keep locking down, its central bank buying stocks and bonds will be the only thing keeping China interesting and keeping Direxion’s 3x China Bear from a 50% gain before the summer.

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tw0122 tw0122 2 years ago
May 12..For the market, the Peoples Bank of China added liquidity to the financial system yesterday — probably buying stocks and bonds to prop up the market.

Shorting China runs the risk of betting against the central bank. That’s never a good idea.

Plus, no one shorting China today is arriving early to the party. No one knows how much lower this can go. The MSCI China is down 26% year-to-date, similar to the Nasdaq, and underperforming the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. The pre-market hours looked good for China early Thursday.

But if China wants to keep locking down, its central bank buying stocks and bonds will be the only thing keeping China interesting and keeping Direxion’s 3x China Bear from a 50% gain before the summer.

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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
Lmao OK! Lol
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PennyRookie0 PennyRookie0 2 years ago
Hope so. I'm not buying any more until it's sub $2, then maybe some more sub $1.
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
Mannn kid that is all priced in. All this is is dumb money retail and idiot algos just selling. Added another 1000 today under $3. Gifts!!!!
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PennyRookie0 PennyRookie0 2 years ago
The China lockdown is killing us.
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
Make it 30% nothing like dumb money selling bottoms. SMH oh well easy 300% gain from here
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
20% discount. Shorty's gotta cover. China to inject stimulus. Another 50% day on deck! Dumb money selling at the bottom! Short US long China!
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
Load the boat now 3.60
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
Xi puts here. Load up on gap fill.
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
4.5%. Obviously MMs are on the wrong side of the trade.
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
4.1
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
Pure manipulation here by MMs
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
Baba is up 3.4%
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
Have that gut feeling Chinas PPT is buying tonight!
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
Got aways to go to catch baba's daily return today.
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tw0122 tw0122 2 years ago
YINN up high early profit taking going on so bought YANG when YINN was at $4.30s just for a same day trade make 5% on it and out.
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
SQUEEZE EM!
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DarkPool DarkPool 2 years ago
Little bull bear battle here. But smart money already knows whose gonna win ;)
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tw0122 tw0122 2 years ago
Fed through Vanguard, Fidelity and Blackrock has been using the daily RRP about $1.8 trillion now to pump and bailout Chinese markets. On 13-F filings Fidelity Blackrock and Vanguard bought 5% or more owner interest in thousands of Chinese companies.

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tw0122 tw0122 2 years ago
With Shanghai lockdown suffering major supply disruption and Chinese economy in major slowdown no surprise that Chinese market does the opposite goes green. Markets are manipulated by PPT plunge protection teams as yesterday was done with the SPY today PPT lifts China exchange. Markets are not representation’s of crashing economies.


In Shanghai citizens that own pets and the owner either tested positive for covid or were around "anyone" that tested positive their pets are rounded up and brutally killed or brutally killed within the citizens own residence.

https://rumble.com/v12a5h2-shanghai-china-citizens-that-have-pets-are-taken-brutally-killed-by-chinese.html

https://healthimpactnews.com/2022/protests-looting-pets-destroyed-and-mass-suicides-in-shanghai-china-as-people-starve-during-lockdowns/

https://rumble.com/v10sdvz-kim-iversen-drone-barks-control-your-desire-for-freedom-pets-exterminated-t.html
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