I want to be on record by stating that any and all claims insinuating that a genetic Krampus/Bear clone may have escaped our biotech laboratory are patently false and thus should be considered fake news. We here at Evil Speculator have made maximum security and strict biohazard procedures our top corporate mandate, which is exactly why we purchased a dozen refurbished Chinese thumbprint readers last year to secure our entire operation.
Today marks the last session of November which is a good occasion to take stock where we are on the momo front. A lot of folks got blown out of their short positions on Wednesday and judging by the heated exchanges in the comment section yesterday emotions are running high, which frankly isn’t surprising after a year of constant nerve fraying whipsaw. It’s tested the mettle of even the most skilled traders and I wonder how many people would have simply taken the year off knowing what would transpire.
Things are getting more tricky again on the equities side. If you followed along in the comment section during yesterday’s session then you know that I took out a long position courtesy of our famed Zero indicator, which stepped up the occasion and cut through all the noise as usual. This morning the main question for me was whether to hold long or to exit and consider taking out a short position.
Daylight saving time ended yesterday over here in Europe and it may actually have been the last time. Back in August the European Council declared the practice antiquated and recommended that member states stop changing their clocks in spring and autumn. However at the same time they left it up to the respective EU state and I’m pretty sure that, true to form as always, Spain is going to make a royal mess of it.