Tiny Bubbles? Margin Debt Declines 6.25% MoM In October (Worst Decline Since Nov 2018)

Is the fizz off the equity bubble? Or, stated differently, is there a big equity bubble or is it a tiny bubble?

Today, US equity indices are down … again.


According to FINRA,  Debit Balances in Customers’ Securities Margin Accounts is down over 9% since May 2018 and down 6.25% MoM since September.margin.png

And according to Wolfstreet, the recent MoM plunge in margin debt in the worst since November 2008.


Are Jerome Powell and Janet Yellen no longer Kings of the World?


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