It looks like the second half of the year will be far better than the first.
My guess is that it will be relatively shallow but take a rather long time.
It feels like we are living on borrowed time.
Are bored traders wishing for higher volatility just to justify their existence?
Cyclical plays such the gambling industry have a habit of turning around.
In theory there should be plenty of shorting opportunities.
Recent data suggest economic expansion in the third quarter.
We are living in a world of low convictions.
The short side of the market is in very weak hands.
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