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Inflation, Gauge Symmetry, and the big Guh.

Inflation, Gauge Symmetry, and the big Guh.
Sup retards, back at it with the DD/macro.
scroll to the rain man stuff after the crayons if you don't care about the why or how.
TLDR:
June 19 $250 SPY puts
May 20 $4 USO puts
SPY under 150 by January next year.

So I was going about my business, trying to not $ROPE myself as my sweet tendies I made during the waterfall of March have evaporated, however, I heard that the fed was adding another $2.3T in monopoly money to the bankers pile specifically to help facilitate these loan programs being rolled out.
In short, they are backing these dumb-ass, zero recourse, federally mandated, loans with printing press money.
But cumguzzler OP, your title is about inflation and guage simp--try, why are you talking about the fed #ban.
Well, when you print money it is an inflationary action in theory. Let me explain.

EDUMACATION TIME

What is inflation? Inflation is the sustained increase in the price level in goods and services. Inflation is derived from a general price index, and in the US, from the consumer price index. Knowing that inflation is an outcome, not a set policy is very important. Inflation is a measurement after the fact, much like your technical astrology indicators. (**ps, use order flow in your TA you wizards**)
HOWEVER, the actual act of buying bundles of these loans does not directly impact inflation.
Now what is Gauge symmetry? Gauge symmetry is a function of math and theoretical physics that can be applied to finance models. What a gauge is, is a measurement. Gauge symmetry is when the underlying variable of something changes, however, we do not observe that variable change.
A great example of this is if you and a friend are moving, and your friend is holding a box of tendies. The box is a cube, equal on all sides. If you turn away for a moment and she rotates the cube 90 degrees while you are not looking, and you look back - you would have no idea the cube was rotated. There was a very real change in the position of the cube in relation to space-time. Your friend acted on it. But you didn't measure it, in fact it would be impossible for you to determine if the box was changed at all if you weren't observing it. That movement of the box where you didn't observe it, is called gauge transformation and happens literally more then JPow fucks my mom in quantum physics. The object observably exactly the same even though it is not physically the same. The act of it existing as an observably the same box is gauge symmetry - it is by observation symmetrical.
Why this is important, is that fiat money doesn't have any absolute meaning. The value of $1 is arbitrary. furthermore, Inflation is a Guage symmetry. Inflation has no real impact on the real value of the underlying goods and services, but rather serves as a metric to measure the shift of value across a timeline.
When JPow starts pluggin' your mom along with all these balance sheets, there is a gauge symmetry event happening. The money he is printing is entering the system (gauge transformation), this isn't an issue if all pricing against the USD get shifted equally, however, the market is not accounting for this money because we don't have real-time data on what is being applied where, we only get a slow drip in terms of weekly and monthly reports. WE HAVE OUR EYES CLOSED. This is a gauge symmetry event.
When this happens in real terms, the market becomes dislocated from its real value price. Well how do we know there is a dislocation?
"YoU JuSt SaId tHe UnDeRlYiNg VaLuE iZ AbStRaCkKt HuRr QE aNd MaRkEtS Iz ComPlEx ReAd A TeXtBuK AbOuT FrAcTiOnAl ReSErVe BanKiNg YoU NeRd." - **anyone rationalizing the bull run**
We can look at Forex you fish.
USD lives in a bubble. The Yen is in a bubble, the RMB is in a bubble, and we exchange with each other. the Jap central bank has little effect on the CPI index (cost of goods and services) of the US. If the Yen prints a gazillion dollars, the USD is not effected EXCEPT in its exchange rate. YEN:USD would see a sizeable differential the more Yen is printed and vise-versa.
So NOW instead of JPow getting away with plowing your girlfriend, we can catch the bitch.
Instead of looking at the gauge transformation at face value and then giving up because it is symmetrical output, we can look and see if this gauge symmetry carries over to the foreign exchange market. Well guess what happens when you look at the value of the USD against foreign currencies.
Consistent uncertainty during the fed operations. Meaning the market of banks that partake in FX swaps don't know where to spot the USD. Generally a very very bad thing.
Value of the USD to Euro 2017-2020, notice the slow decline, then the chaos at the end
Above is the value of the USD to Euro, notice the sloping decline. The dollar has been growing weaker since 2017. At the end you see our present issues, lets #ENHANCE
USD to Euro, January 2020 to Present
When you see those spikes, those are days in between Fed action. The value of the US goes up when the fed doesn't print because people aren't spending. Non-spending is a deflationary event and has a direct impact on the CPI. However, each drop when you line up the dates, was a date of Fed spending.
Lets look outside of the Eurozone.

This is the RMB to USD. Yes China manipulates, but look at the end of the graph
China manipulated rates early in 2018 however you can see the steady incline upward towards the of 2018. More specifically, lets look at it since December.
RMB value against USD, January to Now
You Can see the Chinese RMB has been gaining steam since December, even with Chinese production falling off a cliff all through this pandemic.

What this rain man level autism means for the economy.

Looking across the board at Forex we can see the USD having a schizo panic attack jumping up and down like me at a mathematics lecture.
But what does all this gauge BDSM and shit have to do with the markets? Well it shows 1 of 3 things are occuring.
  1. The fed is printing money to offset deflationary pressures of the economy being fuk for the past month, and therefore all this printing is offset by the loss of liquidity throughout the system and we are all retared. (SECRET: THIS IS WHAT ALL THE INSTITUTIONS THINK IS HAPPENING AND WE WILL ALL BE FINE.)
  2. The deflationary event is overplayed, and JPow just is nailing his coffin together. This would result in long term hyperinflation similiar to the Weimar republic. The only hedge against this is to load up on strong currency that do not manipulate and have enough distance from US markets that they can have some safety (ironically the Ruble is the safest currency. Low link to the USD and not influenced by China, and on discount rn)
  3. The gauge transformation is actually not as severe as they are blurting out, the fed does not pass go, does not actually print 10 Trillion dollars, and this was all a marketing ploy to not get Trump involved and prop markets. In this case, the real deflationary event is real, the USD red rockets harder then my cock and we end up market-wise at a very high asset price in relation to real value. This one is most dangerous because it increases the real value of debt and has mass dislocation between real value and market cap. You took debt at a fixed interest rate and a fixed principal, this would cause the biggest GUH in history when all of a sudden you are $100 million in debt and your revenue was $50 million a year ago, but now is only $25 million. That $100 million in debt is still $100 million and now you have a credit crisis because past values of money were inflated. This spirals into a large scale solvency crisis of any company utilizing current growth methodology (levering up to your tits in debt)
In only 1 of these 3 scenarios do we see any sort of "good" outcome? That would be the offset of deflationary pressures.
It is very important to understand that inflation is only a measurement, and itself does not denote value of real goods and services.

Option 1 of a print fiesta that works (something similar to 1981-82) seems possible. A similar environment and reaction occured in the early 80s when the government brute-forced a bull run using these same offset theorems but in that situation, Volker at the fed had interest rates at 21.5% and had 20% to come down to stimulate the inflationary reaction.
Long term this would just lever up more debt and expanded the real wealth gap over time because we kicked the can down the road another 15 years. If that happens again socioeconomically I don't see capitalism surviving (yeah Im on my high horse get over it). This is the option that many fiscal policymakers and talking heads abide by and the reason why the markets are green. However, it is really just kicking it down the road and expanding real wealth inequality. You think Bernie Sanders is bad, wait until homes cost $3million dollars in Kentucky and AOC Jr comes around.

If we get option 2, we see hyperinflation and we turn into Zimbabwe, which is great, I've always wanted to see Africa. Long term we could push interest rate back to 1980 Volker levels and slowly revalue the US against real value commodities already pegged to the USD like oil. This would be a short term shock but because of international reliance on the USD system, we could slowly de-lever this inflation over 2-3 years and be back to normal capacity although the markets would blow their O-ring. Recession yes, but no long term depression.

If we get option 3, the worst long term option in my opinion, basically any company with any revolver line drawn down when that hits is going to go under, private equity won't touch it with a 20ft stick because cashflows couldn't possibly handle the debt on the end of the lever, and we see mass long term unemployment. The only way out of the spiral of option three is inflationary pressure from the fed+government, but because we are already so far down the rabbit hole at the current moment there's no fucking way we could print another 10 trillion. USD treasuries couldn't handle the guh and we would essentially be functionally forced into a long term (7-10 year) depression because nothing anyone could do would delever the value of the dollar. This would result in the long term collapse of the United States as a world power and would render us like Russia in 1991.

Thank you for coming to my ted talk.
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The Petrodollar Is The Root of All Evil

So here is the core element of what I believe, drives US foreign policy (Wars/Conflicts/Sanctions) and also domestic policy. I tried to trim my draft down so it's not a TLDR, but not leave out any critical information or citations/sources. This is pulled directly from this brief article: Petrodollar
"KEY TAKEAWAYS
This list of facts should make clear just how dependent US currency is on the global oil economy. Which brings us to something called The Triffin Dilemma .
"By "agreeing" to have its currency used as a reserve currency, a country pins its hands behind its back.
In order to keep the global economy chugging along, it may have to inject large amounts of currency into circulation, driving up inflation at home. The more popular the reserve currency is relative to other currencies, the higher its exchange rate and the less competitive domestic exporting industries become. This causes a trade deficit for the currency-issuing country, but makes the world happy. If the reserve currency country instead decides to focus on domestic monetary policy by not issuing more currency then the world is unhappy."
"Reserve Currency ParadoxBecoming a reserve currency presents countries with a paradox. They want the "interest-free" loan generated by selling currency to foreign governments, and the ability to raise capital quickly, because of high demand for reserve currency-denominated bonds. At the same time they want to be able to use capital and monetary policy to ensure that domestic industries are competitive in the world market, and to make sure that the domestic economy is healthy and not running large trade deficits.
Unfortunately, both of these ideas – cheap sources of capital and positive trade balances – can't really happen at the same time."
Obviously, the US and global economy is a complex system with many moving parts but I think, just this small amount of information begins to clarify the bigger picture. It seems as though most people have accepted the idea that we have engaged in bad faith wars in the name of stealing oil, which is true on some level, but we are not actually trying to seize the oil, we are trying to force the entire world to participate in OUR oil economy in a way that benefits us the most.
Which leads me to the final part of this post. The Non-Alignment Movement (NAM) is a collection of approximately 120 nations that have joined together, starting back during the cold war, in an effort to remain independent and not be pressured in to choosing sides between the US and Russia. Many of these countries, such as Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and most recently, Venezuela and Syria, have either dropped the petrodollar or made efforts to trade in other currencies. If this list looks familiar, it's because we have invaded, occupied and/or attempted regime change backed by MSM reporting of human rights violations or threat of nuclear proliferation. Obviously, we have pretty solid evidence that most of these claims were completely false.
One of the main focuses of NAM these days, has been to conduct trade and handle the oil on their land, any way they see fit and they have been mounting a pretty strong coalition in response to the insanely harsh sanctions that we have tried to levy. Article About NAM and US Sanctions . This is essentially economic terrorism and unfortunately, most people, including myself, are not quite able to grasp just how de-stabilizing these sanctions are but it is slowly becoming clear to the public that we have been carrying out this policy of global dominance for decades.
The Trump WH and John Bolton just happen to be much more open about their motives: In January, White House National Security Advisor John Bolton issued a veiled threat on Twitter: My advice to bankers, brokers, traders, facilitators, and other businesses: don’t deal in gold, oil, or other Venezuelan commodities being stolen from the Venezuelan people by the Maduro mafia. We stand ready to continue to take action.
On his Twitter account, Trump insisted, “We have only one real currency in the USA, and it is stronger than ever, both dependable and reliable. It is by far the most dominant currency anywhere in the World, and it will always stay that way. It is called the United States Dollar!”
I realize that this may not be the most exciting topic, considering the kind of news we have been peppered with recently, but I think it is important for people to consider. It seems pretty clear that almost all of our military operations around the world have everything to do with giant oil companies, defense contractors and the petrodollar and have nothing to do with spreading democracy or freeing civilians from oppressive regimes. Our allegiance with Saudi Arabia makes a lot more sense and our insane obsession on Russia also starts to take focus. Russia is also a member of NAM and is basically the biggest country that has chosen to defy the US. And since we can't push them around like a weaker country, we rely on a constant fear-mongering campaign by our media outlets.
Following the NAM summit, Venezuelan Economy Minister Tareck El Aissami announced his country’s establishment of a payment system to meet obligations to Russia that will be covered with rubles. The developments have sent the US establishment into a frenzy.
Still working on part 2, but hope some people will find this informative....
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"We Don't Want This to be a 'Run and Gun' type of game" they said, (and thoughts on how to fix Trader economy)

TL;DR: Current state of servers promote terrible gameplay, introduce a Forex trader to buy any currency at a loss to help keep the economy flowing.
"We don't want this to be a run and gun type of game" - I remember reading the BattleStateGames devs saying.
And yet here we are, with those very mechanics being abused because the "desync" (what I would call "peekers advantage" from good ol' Counter Strike days, or what Battlefield players would call "Netcode") is the absolute worst I've seen in any game that I've personally played so far.
Since Scav aimbotting has decreased, it increased the amount of PVP combat that we've been seeing. If you want to win an engagement, simply be the faster-moving person around a corner. Even if your reaction time is at its worst, you will easily out-gun the other person. Instead of opening doors, breach them. By the time you're done kicking on their screen, you'll be filling them full of lead on your screen!
These kinds of situations make it counter-productive to bringing any higher-level gear, thus causing a hoarding problem. And now that we have a hoarding problem, everyone is trying to sell as much as they can to traders and buy little in return, which is why we have a hatchling problem because if you risk no loot, you have an infinite reward ratio.
If this game wants to see a circular economy, it has to reward just that. And you can't have a flowing economy if you're giving an advantage to those with no loot via terrible netcode. No one wants to buy from a seller if they know that it's a losing investment against having never bought anything at all.
Right now the only real path to growing your wealth in game is being a hatchling, as when you inevitably will die, you can still store things in your container. Do that successfully 2 or 3 times and bam, you have a PM.
But when you spawn in with the PM and get instantly killed to a hatchet from desync/netcode/clientside hitreg/peekers advantage, then you realize that the only way to really profit is by either abusing the game's netcode problem, or by not risking anything at all.
So now we have no one even buying the bare essentials off of peacekeeper, and prapor runs out of money now and then. The good thing I guess is that Fence is seeing some actual action now, but even that's limited.
Even if the netcode issues are fixed, that may not fix the attitude of ever-seeking the most minimal of profits, which would mean we still see the traders running out of money.
But I have an idea on how to fix that as well from having experience of being an actual Foreign Exchange trader. You could simply introduce a Trader that buys and sells currencies at variable rates, so he always profits!
Say you have hundreds of thousands of rubles, but only a thousand dollars, and only level 1 Peacekeeper that you would like to level up. You know you could sell Peacekeeper a freshly bought AK from Prapor for about 100 dollars, but he's always out of money, so what do you do? Currently, you wait at the trade screen and hit refresh to see if anyone with a higher level PK bought something from him, and once you see he has a little cash, you hit "deal" and then suddenly, he's already out of money, so it boots you back to the main menu.
But with the Forex trader, you could instantly buy $250 worth of rubles, and then buy the p226 that you wanted to play with, and also you helped level up your trader AND Peacekeeper has more money to give to someone else!
If you made it this far, thank you for reading my autistic rage/suggestion/feedback.
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Figuring out the play on oil

I think this is the sector that that has the biggest opportunities for the first half of 2016. There are some interesting events unfolding and I'm trying to figure out how to get positioned.
I'm thinking a good play would be $EPD as they have the pipeline system for shipping WTI to the coast for shipping. The bad news is it's a MLP which makes taxes a bitch. It does pay a hefty dividend as a passthrough but again it's a bitch during tax time. It's taking a beating this year and is at a good buying level. Another option could be $ETE which should also far more upside but again, it's an MLP. $KMI may be the better option as a former MLP now traded like a normal corp. I've got a friend who is an analyst who says stay away from $KMI but fuck him.
The shale producers are in a tough spot but it leaves an opportunity for some consolidation in the sector with the good ones being acquired. High debt, low availably of credit and low oil prices are bad news for these guys. Shale producers need $40-$50 a barrel to pay the high-yield bonds they used for financing.
$COP may be a good pickup given the news above as well.
Step 1: Collect the information Step2: ??? <--- We are here Step 3: Profit
Open forum time, where do you think the best opportunities are in the sector moving forward?
As is tradition
EDIT: We've also had contango going on in oil the the majority of the year, something has to give. Signs seem to point to lower which make some think it'll go higher...
Oil price is based on supply/demand & market sentiment... a few headlines here and there could set prices on the rebound
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Daily Market Overview 4 October 2018

Daily Market Overview 4 October 2018
Forex
After reaching a two-week low of 1.1463 dollars, the euro recovered a ruble amount of 1.15 dollars and last year was trading at 1.1516 dollars. Against 1.1480 dollars at the end of Wednesday in New York, which is 0, 3% more. The yield on a ten-year German government bond is trading above 0.5%. The ICE Dollar Index was trading at 95.76.
Wall Street
Dow Jones recorded a record decline in 2 months, the Nasdaq fell 1.8%, and the S&P 500 fell by more than 0.8%. The technical sector has shown a slowdown since Facebook, Amazon, Alphabet (Google) and Netflix each recorded losses of at least 2%.
Cryptocurrency
Bitcoin fell below 1%, exceeding the mark of 6500 dollars, while XRP recorded the greatest losses among all 10 main cryptocurrencies, dropping by more than 3.6%. EOS surpassed this trend, who registered profits.
Asia
Markets in the East followed the lead of Wall Street, as the Nikkei, Hang Seng, and China50 indices recorded losses. Banks in China remain closed due to a national holiday.
Oil prices rebounded from Iran’s sanctions
Yesterday, oil dropped from a 4-year high, after reports appeared that OPEC members and Russia would increase oil production.
Google launches Project Stream beta
Google is testing a new streaming service that will allow any PC to stream high-quality video games if they have a 25 Mbps Internet connection. The first game tested in the USA is Assassin's Creed: Odyssey.
Europe opens mixed
While FTSE opened 16 points higher, DAX and CAC opened almost smoothly.
Read more: https://www.facebook.com/294693984421347/photos/a.295490831008329/329725607584851/
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[Banned] /r/politics/: Ruble Tumbles as U.S. Sets Out New Sanctions on Russia

I was banned from /politics/. Here's what I would have said in response to this post:
When I first saw this article from nytimes.com, its title was:
Ruble Tumbles as US Sets Out New Sanctions on Russia
Here are some other articles about this story:
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[Banned] /r/conspiracy/: Turkish lira drops 14%, hits fresh record low after Trump authorizes doubling metals tariffs on Turkey. Once again, the US is punishing Israel's enemies for it.

I was banned from /conspiracy/. Here's what I would have said in response to this post:
When I first saw this article from cnbc.com, its title was:
Turkish lira drops 9% as Erdogan calls for citizens to convert out of dollars, gold
Here are some other articles about this story:
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[Banned] /r/SyrianCirclejerkWar/: Heval Trump very power

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When I first saw this article from cnbc.com, its title was:
Trump increases pressure on Turkey amid currency crisis, authorizes doubling of metals tariffs
Here are some other articles about this story:
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Venezuela's Maduro says will shun U.S. dollar in favor of yuan, others

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 60%. (I'm a bot)
CARACAS - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Thursday his cash-strapped country would seek to "Free" itself from the U.S. dollar next week, using the weakest of two official foreign exchange regimes and a basket of currencies.
Maduro was refering to Venezuela's "DICOM" official exchange rate in which the dollar buys 3,345 bolivars, according to the central bank.
At the strongest official rate, one dollar buys just 10 bolivars, but on the black market the dollar fetches 20,193 bolivars, a spread versus the official rate that economists say has fostered corruption.
A thousand dollars of local currency bought when Maduro came to power in 2013 would now be worth $1.20.
"Venezuela is going to implement a new system of international payments and will create a basket of currencies to free us from the dollar," Maduro said in an hours-long address to a new legislative superbody, without providing details of the new mechanism.
"If they pursue us with the dollar, we'll use the Russian ruble, the yuan, yen, the Indian rupee, the euro," Maduro said.
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Should I exchange my rubles now?

I'm not exactly in the forex trading market, but I feel like you guys could give me some good advice on this.
I am currently living in Russia but will be leaving the country by late 2015/ early 2016. I have some savings in rubles and I'm wondering if it makes more sense to exchange it to dollars now or wait to see if the ruble rebounds by the time I leave. What do you think?
Any input is very much appreciated!
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3/3 The Rouble

I don't normally trade anything on the forex. I like to keep my cash in USD and just take profit in CAD when it spikes to 1.11 CAD to the dollar. I was up late last night and noticed the rouble is taking a huge hit due to the recent developments in Crimea and Ukraine.
Usually the media hypes up a situation more than it deserves, but the Russian market took a 7-8% hit, showing that there is real fear to the economic sanctions leveraged by the west.
I think that a bet against the ruble (USD.RUB) is a relatively safe one.
The current interest rate in Russia is at 7%, which was raised from 5.5%. This should have promoted a stronger currency but may have only slowed down inflation. This is a country that has gone bankrupt and defaulted on its debts.
Overall this situation is bringing down global markets, but I can only guess at the scope and spread of the overall damage and fear. The best I can do is keep doing what I am doing in equities and try to profit off of Russia.
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