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Major risks this week?

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There will be some things to watch out for this week, but bullish sentiment is still too low. 

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There will be some things to watch out for this week, but bullish sentiment is still too low. 
Mike Norman
Mike Norman is an economist and veteran trader whose career has spanned over 30 years on Wall Street. He is a former member and trader on the CME, NYMEX, COMEX and NYFE and he managed money for one of the largest hedge funds and ran a prop trading desk for Credit Suisse.

16 comments

  1. Glad to be short the June contract for Nq since Friday. Distribution everywhere

  2. Whats up Mike, you're a beast :)… way to go, staying active and healthy.

  3. call options far above puts

  4. Thanks for sharing the insights, Mike.

  5. Great video Mike. Can you please talk about why the UK and Japan are in technical recession???

  6. You 😂 ok ?

  7. @eatlaughandstupid4430

    Hey Mike, can you address oil? i have been buying heavy for the last six months

  8. Comparing Japan to Argentina and Turkey? C'mon Mike.

  9. Thank you mike you are the man

  10. Earth is obviously stationary. Earth is not a spinning ball. And earth is not traveling around the sun as we speak. We literally SEE the sun move above us every day. It's the sun that's moving, not the earth.

    Earth does not orbit around the sun Mike.

    Earth is stationary and very flat.

    Earth is covered in FLAT bodies of water.

  11. I'm learning investing, and what you've said about the inverted yield curve was very valuable. Thank you Mike.

  12. @financeeconomics1057

    AI zombies are real!

  13. Is anyone else confused about Mike talking about the $34 trillion as debt issuances held by the public. Isn't that $34 trillion just the tally of annual deficits. That is a proportion of the money raised by debt issuance but spent into the economy

  14. I know how to get rid of the deficit over night! Take one day call it national debt day have everyone sit at the computer take their mouse sell treasuries move funds to checking account! Done deal, simple!

  15. Love the videos Mike. As a newbie that appreciates the pool analogy, where does interest fall. Concern over the payments made there? Does that drain the pool too quickly? Elementary questions, don't take me down.

  16. Ever consider advanced calisthenics?: Unbelievably challenging and impressive, requires almost no equipment, builds big strong functional flexible muscle, and forces a low bodyfat percentage. It’s the future.

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