Wednesday, September 6, 2023

Deutsche Bank Review $DB

Deutsche Bank Review
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We added Deutsche Bank ($DB), a multinational investment bank and largest bank in Germany, has been added to the Matrix. It's located in the TrendsCo.

The Internet is divided between $DB is going to crash, and everything is fine. Jim Cramer, the quintessential kiss of death for any assets or stock, contends $DB is profitable and will be fine. The mainstream media (MSM) discussion raises a big red flag for everyone, especially students of mainstream media reporting of the Great Financial Crisis (GFC). Cramer's comments on $DB, Credit Suisse et al., and Bear Stearns (2008) maintain a familiar calm before the storm.   MSM maintains selling of calm allows smart money to exit under the cover of liquidity, which is infinitely better than trying to sell when all the “morons” are running for the door.  Panic selling impedes price discovery, and everyone loses.

2023 Cramer's Comments on Deutsche Bank

GREAT FINANCIAL CRISIS - Jim Cramer: “Bear Stearns is Fine!” Tues, 3/11/08

As always, the invisible hand is the most reliable source of information. It doesn't sell subscriptions, or narratives on substack. The fundamentalists, those citing capital and liquidity ratios, will crawl under a rock if it turns out relevant information was withheld. The GFC, if nothing else, should have taught everyone that TOO BIG TO FAIL institutions do not always follow the rules. A DB liquidity meltdown, regardless of the reasons, will happen when the primary trend is down. Why?  The invisible hand is too efficient to be completely blindsided by bullshit (narratives). Following the invisible hand in DB will guide us through the European banking crisis, which to many, is still not a crisis.

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