Posted by on May 16, 2017 3:34 pm
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Categories: Business cycle Economic bubble Economic history of the Dutch Republic Economy Finance Financial crises Financial ratios Japanese yen Mathematical finance money Rate of return S&P 500 Yen

The $USD/Yen prop is now actively being pulled.

For two weeks straight “somebody” was pinning stocks by ramping the $USD/ Yen pair. You can see the tight correlation between the two in the chart below.

This resulted in a one in 125 years event: a 10-day period in which stocks didn’t move more than 0.2%. And we’ve even had confirmation now that the last 15 days have seen the LEAST movement in stocks in history.

However, now that we’re on to their game, the rampers are giving up. The $USD/Yen pair is now breaking down in a big way.  

The downside target for this move will be 2,200 on the S&P 500.

And if the rampers REALLY let go, we’re looking at a much larger drop than that.

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Graham Summers

Chief Market Strategist

Phoenix Capital Research

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