Some highlights from this weekend’s Event Driven Monitor
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The Event of the Week
Headlines You Don’t Want to See at Breakouts
Gold is trying to work off one of the nastiest wicks and technical damage I’ve seen in a while as traders went stop hunting on last Sunday night. KEDM started getting bullish on the pet rock on October 1 when GC was in the low 1800s.
While the fundementals still stand with CBs (i.e. China) hoovering it up, caution must be heeded after this week (even if we aren’t chart monkeys!)…and especially as it received the kiss of death on Barrons this week…
Kuppy’s Tweet of the Week
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Chart and Kliff Note of the Week
Hornbeck Offshore, HOS, is finally re-listing after its Chapter 11 years ago as its PE owners – Ares and Whitebox look ready to tap into the offshore liquidity/theme. Worth keeping an eye on the S1 here.
Friends of KEDM
- The dynamic duo of Kuppy and Louis-Vincent Gave got back together on Meb Faber’s Podcast to discuss the future of China, Globalization and the Dollar. You can watch the full interview on Youtube here.
- Our friend Paulo Macro put together a fantastic thread to update the status of “DMs Becoming EMs.” He highlights the very important point that in EMs markets do not follow the “Stairs up and Elevator Down” paradigm in the same way that DMs do.
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