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HSBC Is on “Red Alert”

Thursday, October 13, 2016 18:34
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Europe’s Biggest Bank London’s HSBC Is On “RED ALERT”: U.S. Possibility Of A Severe Fall In The Stock Market Is Now Very High

 

October 13, 2016
Global Banking Giant HSBC Headquartered In London Just Issued A “RED ALERT.”
Leading banks in Europe in 2015, by total assets (in billion U.S. dollars)
  1. HSBC Holdings $2,571.71
  2. BNP Paribas $2,400.04
  3. Credit Agricole Group $1,911.27
  4. Deutsche Bank $1,901.37

Today’s chart shows the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index since the start of the year. This index tracks 30 huge U.S. companies like Wal-Mart (WMT) and Apple (AAPL).

After going more than a year without setting a new high, the Dow broke out to a record high in July. That was good news for U.S. stocks. But, as you can see, the Dow didn’t stay above its 2015 high for long. According to HSBC, that could be a very bad sign.

Business Insider reported this morning:

In a note to clients, Murray Gunn, the head of technical analysis for HSBC, said that he is now on “RED ALERT” for an imminent sell-off in stocks given the price action over the last few weeks.
In late September, Gunn said the stock market’s moves looked eerily similar to just before the 1987 stock market crash. Of note, Citi’s Tom Fitzpatrick also highlighted the market’s similarities to the 1987 crash just a few days ago. On September 30, Gunn said stocks were under an “orange alert” as they looked to him as if they had topped out.

And now, given the 200-point decline for the Dow on Tuesday, Gunn said that the drop is here.
“With the US stock market selling off aggressively on 11 October, we now issue a RED ALERT.”

In other words, the stage is set for another “Black Monday.” As you probably know, that was the darkest day in the history of the U.S. stock market. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged an incredible 22.6%.

According to Gunn and his team, the critical level for the Dow is now 17,992. For the S&P 500, it’s 2,116. If stocks dip below those levels, we could see a major selloff.

“As long as those levels remain intact, the bulls still have a slight hope,” said Gunn.

“But should those levels break and the markets close below (which now seems more likely), it would be a clear sign that the bears have taken over and are starting to feast. The possibility of a severe fall in the stock market is now very high.” Watch out.

Most investors aren’t prepared for this. They still own too many stocks. They haven’t set aside enough cash. And they certainly aren’t shorting any stocks.

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[Corporate America]

Earnings season is when companies tell the world if profits grew or shrank during the previous quarter. A good earnings season can lift stocks. A bad one can drag stocks lower.

If you’ve been reading the Dispatch, you know Corporate America hasn’t had a good earnings season in nearly two years. Profits have fallen five straight quarters. That hasn’t happened since the 2008–2009 financial crisis.

Heading into the current earnings season, few investors had high hopes. According to research firm FactSet, analysts expect the S&P 500 to show a 2.1% decline in third-quarter profits. This would be the sixth straight quarter that earnings have fallen.

Alcoa Inc. (AA) unofficially kicked off the third-quarter earnings season yesterday…
The aluminum giant whiffed on sales and earnings.

The company generated $5.21 billion in sales last quarter, which is about $10 million less than Wall Street expected. Profits came in at $0.32 per share, which was lower than the $0.35 earnings per share (EPS) analysts expected.

Yesterday, Alcoa’s stock plummeted 11.4% on the news. It was the stock’s worst day since 2011.

Many analysts consider Alcoa a bellwether for industrial demand. If its business is struggling, manufacturers, equipment makers, and supply companies should struggle, too.

Fastenal (FAST) also reported poor quarterly results yesterday…

Fastenal is one of the largest distributors of nuts, bolts, and hand tools in the United States.

Like Alcoa, its business did far worse than analysts expected last quarter. The company’s third-quarter sales came in at $126.9 million last quarter, well short of the $136.5 million analysts projected. The company missed on earnings, too. It earned a profit of $0.44 per share last quarter versus the $0.47 EPS that Wall Street expected.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Fastenal’s business suffered due to a “slowdown in construction, and continuing economic uncertainty.”  Fastenal’s stock fell 5.13% yesterday on the news.

Several other major U.S. industrial companies have also warned of big problems…

On Friday, paint maker PPG Industries (PPG) said it expects to post its first quarterly loss since 2009. PPG Industries reports its third-quarter results next Thursday. 

The company’s CEO blamed its ugly quarter on the weak global economy:

We continue to operate in a sluggish economic environment with no clear near-term catalyst for improving global GDP growth.

PPG’s stock plunged 9% on the news. It closed Friday at a seven-month low.

Manufacturing giant Dover Corp. (DOV) also told investors to prepare for bad results…

On Monday, the company, which makes everything from gas pumps to refrigerators, cut its full-year profit expectations from $3.35–$3.45 to $3.00–$3.05. The company also said it expects to generate $100 million in sales this year, after it previously projected full-year sales of $110 million.

Like the head of PPG, Dover’s CEO says the weak global economy is hurting its business:

We also expect the macro global economy to remain soft, later cycle oil & gas exposed businesses to remain weak, and continued margin pressures in refrigeration & food equipment through the end of the year, as we work to streamline and improve our production systems.

You might not think this is anything to worry about. After all, major industrial firms like Caterpillar (CAT) have been warning about a stalling global economy for years…and all U.S. stocks have done is keep rising.
Why would this time be different?

• The U.S. stock market is becoming more fragile by the day…
To understand why, just look at the chart below. It compares the S&P 500 with the earnings per share (EPS) for companies in the S&P 500. You can see the S&P 500 has kept climbing even though earnings have been falling since 2014.

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The weaker the “real” economy gets, the more earnings fall. And the more earnings fall, the more expensive stocks will become…unless they fall, too.

• Yesterday, the S&P 500 plunged 1.2% on the flood of weak earnings data…

It was one of the worst starts to an earnings season since the bull market in U.S. stocks began seven years ago. Bloomberg Markets reported yesterday:

U.S. stocks staged one of their worst starts to an earnings season since the bull market began.

The S&P 500 Index dropped 1.2 percent to 2,136.73, the fourth-biggest decline recorded since 2009 on the day after Alcoa Inc. reported results…

Time will tell if this is the start of something big or just a routine selloff. We encourage you to prepare either way.
You can start by getting out of expensive stocks. They’ll crash harder than cheap stocks if there’s a major selloff.

You should also avoid companies that will struggle to make money if the global economy runs into serious problems. We suggest you steer clear of retailers, airlines, restaurants, or any other company that depends on a strong U.S. consumer.

• You can also profit from a coming crash by shorting stocks…
Shorting is betting that a stock will fall. If it does, you make money.

Casey Research

Between Now & Election Extremely Dangerous 

 

 

Bill Holter
 

 

Published on Oct 11, 2016
 
In the second Presidential debate, Donald Trump said his opponent Hillary Clinton “would be in jail” if he were President. Financial expert Bill Holter contends, “I have been saying for months now, there is a better than a coin toss chance that we do not have an election. During the debate, Trump basically said he’d have his Attorney General appoint a Special Prosecutor, and you (Clinton) are going to go to jail. The problem is it’s not just Hillary. It goes throughout all of Washington, and it includes both the Democrat and Republican Party. If it looks like Trump is going to win, and he does not get assassinated, they may cancel the election by starting a war.”

Holter closed by saying, “The conservatives are not going to be separated from the liberals. When this thing goes down, it’s going to be all the American people. If this election gets stolen, all American people are going to be targeted. We are all going to be destroyed. . . . Between now and the election is extremely, extremely dangerous.”

Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with financial writer Bill Holter of JSMineset.com.

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  • THE NEW SIGNS OF FASHISTON WAR AGAINST RUSSIA AND SYRIA !!

    RIA Media: Washington is ready to provide free access to ISIS terrorists from Iraq Mosul, before the assault

    US and Saudi intelligence agencies have agreed to provide the ISIS terrorists a safe exit from Mosul (Iraq) before the assault, then the terrorists will be transferred to Syria, reports RIA News Post a diplomatic source in Moscow.

    СМИ: Вашингтон готов предоставить свободный выход боевикам из иракского Мосула до начала штурма

    According to the source, the capture of Mosul “entail transfer of terrorist groups ISIS from Iraq to Syria to counter the government forces of President Bashar al-Assad and the Russian group video conferencing.” According to some sources, Mosul assault (as directed by Obama) will be held in October.

    “In preparation for the operation in Mosul between US intelligence agencies and Saudi Arabia agreed that before the assault all militants will offer a safe route to leave the city with their families. And during the time of the assault coalition aircraft would strike only on a pre-agreed with the fighters detached building in the city, who are empty “, – said the source.

    “More than nine thousand insurgents ISIS will be transferred from Mosul to Syria’s eastern regions to follow a major offensive operation, which involves the capture of Deir ez-Zor and Palmyra”, – he added.

    The source suggested that the idea of ​​transfer of the terrorists in Syria caused by the desire of Washington to discredit the results that Russia has made in the SAR.

    “Apart from the purely political dividends for another purpose of this operation, obviously, will be to discredit the Russian VKS success, and, of course, is an attempt to undermine the position of President Assad. Washington needs something to counter the results of Russia in Syria, to try to minimize their importance “, – he said.

    According to available information, the intermediary and guarantor of a safe exit insurgents out of Mosul is the exploration of Saudi Arabia.

    Military analyst, Associate Professor Department of Political Science and Sociology of the Russian Economic University named after GV Alexander Plekhanov Perendzhiev: “I doubt the Saudis and the Americans will be able to implement his plan as” Islamic State “has the Iraqi roots, Mosul – their support base, and to leave Iraq, they certainly do not want to. Probably, there will be some kind of imitation – Mosul remain in the hands of terrorists, some of them just go to Syria, and the others pretend that surrendered. Americans can expect propaganda statements on the eve of presidential elections, Democrats will try to take credit for these successes. ”

    Source:
    https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=ru&sl=ru&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Ftopwar.ru%2F102023-smi-vashington-gotov-predostavit-svobodnyy-vyhod-boevikam-iz-irakskogo-mosula-do-nachala-shturma.html

    • Here is the Russian alphabet:
      АБВГДЕ
      ЁЖЗИЙК
      ЛМНОПР
      СТУФХЦ
      ЧШЩЪЫЬ
      ЭЮЯ
      I say we teach them how to spell and maybe they will no longer feel like they need to kick our butts!
      :lol: Thoughts?

  • That bank is in Chicago

    • DK

      True, HSBC despite all its efforts to say the contrary is still Honk Kong based unless it wants state aid then it is in London, for tax purposes the Cayman Isles. :wink:

  • Why is the capital value of a bank tied to stocks? Seriously ask yourself that question?

    A bank is supposed to operate and profit from “lending” depositors money. Why is a bank gambling?

    Ask yourself that question again.

    What was the original purpose of a bank?

    • Arrr Ress , mightee wiyze WUN !…….the first must have been like a vault, a ‘fort’ protecting the kings coins and tithings(tax)….

      but those lovely ‘bankers’, had a brainwave of writing a BILL,a paper receipt. Far easier than ‘shipping’ all that heavy gold that could be lost at sea, or bandits on highways.
      then realised they could charge $$$ in ‘interest” on writing this contract of maths% :twisted:

      and then “Insurance Companies” appeared , to charge more interest, or lost gold on a ship that “sunk” :lol:

      # For dollarz$ to work, u need “Merchant Trade” PROTECTED by “Royal Navys” paid for by :?:
      Do we get a say in the “Free Trade Deals”? (Jesuit black=white) >< "Slave Trade Deals" :mrgreen:

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