The stock market can be easily relatable to things that on the surface may seem unrelatable. Take Game of Thrones for instance; there are many similarities that may never have been realized before. The story line follows a bunch of savages (homegamers) trying to capture the throne (get rich and retire early) yet no one has rightful claim to the throne (no one is smarter than the market). The heathens band together into powerful armies (buy orders) and fight to the death with anyone who gets in their way (shortsellers) to capture the throne (retirement). There is a giant wall that protects the entire realm (the Fed and PPT) from harm. Everyone appears to be incestual with each other (insider trading) as well as whore their stuff around (sell newsletters).
As it currently stands, your grace, Lord Ramp sits on the iron wheelchair throne and I never intend to give it up. My recent 8 day win streak and the breakdown of market volume proves that I am in full control and command of the seven kingdoms. Moreover, new ATHs are now hit on a daily basis and $VIX is approaching single digits (I will soon hang its head on a spike outside of my office).
As the old stocked market adage goes: Amateurs open the market, but professionals close it. Below you will find the breakdown of volume for NYSE stocks from Monday. On a typical day the Ramp accounts for somewhere between 30-50% of the daily market volume, hence why it is referred to as the most bullish half hour of the day by the liberal media. Lest we not forget all of the liquidity I am providing to the peasants. You can now see how House Ramp has become rightful heir to the throne.
Winter is coming and I expect $SPX 2300 by Thanksgiving. Anything less would be considered treason and a direct threat to the throne and House Ramp.Comments »