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The Research Roundup: The Inner Workings of the Banking System? The ?Inflate-Up?? And More?

[The Opportunistic Trader]( The Research Roundup: The Inner Workings of the Banking System… The “Inflate-Up”… And More… Editor’s Note: You’re receiving this content as part of your subscription to Trading With Larry Benedict. Below, you’ll find Larry’s world-class trading insights as well as interesting ideas from other investment experts around the industry. --------------------------------------------------------------- [img]( [The “Beijing Bounce” Is in Danger of Overheating]( iShares China Large-Cap ETF (FXI) broke short-term resistance and rallied. So let’s check its prospects from here… --------------------------------------------------------------- [img]( [I’m Waving the Caution Flag]( again, the entire stock market is getting “gamma-squeezed.” --------------------------------------------------------------- [img]( [Weekly Mailbag: The Inner Workings of the Banking System, And the Safest Place to Keep Your Money]( peers behind the curtain of the U.S. banking system – a system she saw from the inside during her time on Wall Street... --------------------------------------------------------------- [img]( [The “Next Amazon” of Nuclear Energy?]( light of Oklo’s rocky stock market debut last week, we’ll revisit that call and talk about why it’s important to exercise caution when dealing with early-stage companies. --------------------------------------------------------------- [img]( [The ‘Inflate-Up’ Is Here…]( the market’s cheerful response to the ever-so-slightly lower inflation, make no mistake… the Fed has no intention of getting inflation down to 2%. [The Opportunistic Trader]( The Opportunistic Trader 55 NE 5th Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33483 [www.opportunistictrader.com]( To ensure our emails continue reaching your inbox, please [add our email address]( to your address book. This editorial email containing advertisements was sent to {EMAIL} because you subscribed to this service. To stop receiving these emails, click [here](. The Opportunistic Trader welcomes your feedback and questions. But please note: The law prohibits us from giving personalized advice. To contact Customer Service, call toll free Domestic/International: 1-888-208-6550, Mon–Fri, 9am–5pm ET, or email us [here](mailto:feedback@opportunistictrader.com). © 2024 Omnia Research, LLC. All rights reserved. Any reproduction, copying, or redistribution of our content, in whole or in part, is prohibited without written permission from Omnia Research, LLC. [Privacy Policy]( | [Terms of Use](

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