Here Is The Secret On The Economic Collapse
The middle east is in turmoil, the US government paid mercenaries are losing the battle in Syria, failure is imminent. To bring the war out of Syria they central bankers/US government is causing anarchy all across the middle east. The FED is confusing the markets and the stock market is dropping and gold is rising. Many retail outlets are showing a decline in revenue and Walmart which is the gauge of the middle class is reporting their sales are falling. Macy’s is also showing that sales are falling. George Soros is putting a put call on the S&P 500 betting that its going to collapse.
Bullion Baron: Where Are The Headlines For Soros’s $1.25 Billion Bet Against The Stock Market?
It’s 13F revelation time, and the headlines are full of news about big investor George Sorosgoing hot for Apple and dumping on gold in the second quarter. However, there’s something else in those numbers that should make investors sit up a little.
Possibly buried amid the Apple excitement is the fact that Soros Fund Management’s biggest position is a put on the S&P 500 ETF SPY -0.08%. Soros bought a put on1,248,643 SPY units in the quarter. A put option gives the owner the right to sell a specific amount of an asset at a set price within a set time, and generally means the investor expects that asset will go down in price.
Doing the calculations, the Baron points out that the SPY put position — relative to the total size of the fund — rose from 1.28% to 4.79% in the first quarter, more than tripling. It also went up 13.54% in the second quarter, nearly tripling again.
History has a story to tell about big calls from Soros and people should be paying attention, says the Baron blog:
“Soros reportedly made $1 billion betting against the British pound in 1992. We heard rumors of Soros making a $1 billion bet against the AUD (a position that has done well if true). We heard when he made $1 billion betting against the yen. Where are the headlines for his $1.25 billion bet against the stock market?” asks Baron.
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