The total is now 6,13 Billion compared with 5 Billions by Monday.
This are the risks for retail traders:
- trading short: BRIDGEWATER might be forced to cover shortpositons for 6,13 Billion Euros.
- trading long: BRIDGEWATER is expecting the next sell off imminent.
The Bridgewater DAX shortpositions are equal now to avarge 2,24 full tradingday based on avarage 30 days before the sell off started.
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Please do not hasitate to send this warning to friends. Send it round the world. People shout know, what´s going on about this - so called ...
... Flash Crash.
Make this is another "fake" flash crash.
BRIDGEWATER GEGEN DEN DAX
Weltgrößter Hedgefonds wettet auf weiteren Dax-Crash
Fünf Milliarden Euro hat Bridgewater in fallende Dax-Kurse investiert. Doch anstatt Gewinne einzustreichen, legt der Hedgefonds noch einmal deutlich nach.
Intesa Sanpaolo is an Italian banking group resulting from the merger of Banca Intesa and Sanpaolo IMI based in Torre Intesa Sanpaolo, Turin, Italy. In 2014 it was the largest banking group in Italy by market capitalization, and second by total assets. The bank has also experienced growth in the international market, focused in Central-Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
When it was formed in 2007 it overtook Unicredit Group as the largest bank in Italy with 13 million customers and US$690 billion worth of assets. By 2010 its assets had grown to US$877.66 billion, ranking 26th in Forbes Global 2000. The company is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index.
News, opposite to what Ray Dalio expected:
6,3 Mrd. Euro: Germany
3,0 Mrd. Euro: Italien
1,2 Mrd. Euro: IBEX35 Werte
1,4 Mrd. Euro: AEX: ING/ASML/Philips/Unilever
1,1 Mrd. Euro: TOTAL SA
0,7 Mrd. Euro: Sanofi
0,6 Mrd. Euro: BNP
0,3 Mrd. Euro: Airbus
0,5 Mrd. Euro: AXA
15,1 Mrd. Euro or 18.57 Bn Dollar.
Source NL shorts: https://www.iex.nl/Column/275064/Er-zit-een-dikke-shorter-in-de-AEX.aspx,3
Source IBEX 35 shorts: https://www.elconfidencial.com/mercados/2018-02-06/ray-dalio-1200millones-bajistas-santander-bbva-ibex_1517520/
Source: Italien https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-01/bridgewater-triples-wagers-against-italian-firms-to-3-billion
Source quadruples shorts: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-09/ray-dalio-bridgewater-quadruples-shorts-on-european-union-stocks
Source other shorts, Airbus: https://twitter.com/srussolillo/status/961876996618792966
FT front page - Bridgewater “We'll probably have a much bigger shakeout coming"
The euro area economy maintained a healthy growth pace at the end of last year, paving the way for another robust performance in 2018.
U.S. consumer prices rose more than expected, sparking fears over inflation. The Consumer Price Index increased 0.5 percent in January.
Volatility in the region followed the much-anticipated U.S. inflation data, which came in above expectations. https://www.cnbc.com/2018/02/14/europe-markets-seen-higher-amid-earnings-and-economic-data.html
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I’m surprised. That’s a big bet. Dalio and his team are very confident,” said Rick Herman, managing director of asset allocation who helps oversee about $30 billion at BB&T Institutional Investment Advisors Inc. “That’s definitely out of consensus. European stocks are cheaper, and they also have stronger earnings growth.”
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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin tells CNBC the process will continue to determine whether other countries should be excused from the duties.