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Mad Hedge Hot Tips For October 30, 2018

|Includes: General Electric (GE)
Summary

Personal Consumption Expenditures Up Only 0.1% in September.

General Electric Cuts its Dividend.

Oil Hits a Three-Month Low.

The Five Most Important Things That Happened Today and What to Do About Them

1) General Electric Cuts its Dividend, from 12 cents a share to one cent after reporting a breathtaking $22.8 billion loss. The Feds have opened a criminal investigation into accounting practices. This may define the final bottom in the stock. Take another look at those long-term LEAPS. Click here.

2) The UK to Implement Digital Tax, which will raise $500 million in revenues, which is sofa change. It's big tech’s worst fears realized. It’s why Amazon lost $100 billion in market capitalization yesterday. Click here.

3) Oil Hits a Three-Month Low, slaughtering hedge funds everywhere. This makes no sense against a 3.5% GDP growth rate and looming Iran crisis. Is Texas tea now predicting a recession in 2019? Click here.

4) Who Was That Idiot Who Told You to Sell Volatility Too Soon? Oops, it’s me. But now may be another time to take a bite of the apple. Click here.

5) Personal Consumption Expenditures Up Only 0.1% in September. Inflation is nowhere to be seen, meaning the December Fed rate hike is a sure thing. Just what you wanted to hear. Click here.

Published today in the Mad Hedge Global Trading Dispatch and Mad Hedge Technology Letter:
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Disclosure: I/we have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours.