I hope these charts are preserved as an art exhibit, so future generations will know what it looked like when the world was ending. I'm so glad I liquidated everything last week. I'd be chugging PeptoBismo by the bottle if I hadn't. What's funny is that you can visibly see the central banks fighting against the entire trading world. Literally, the only people who approve of the actions being taken by the central banks are the central banks themselves. Everyone else is working against them. When the central banks loan money to institutions, the institutions are immediately using that money to short the central banks. The only thing that makes me sad is that I didn't have money in swiss francs. That sound you hear? That would be the sky falling. That is, the central banks are trying to destroy the traders, thus giving traders an incentive to try and destroy the central bank positions. Getting in a war over currency is one thing, but not even a central bank can provide support levels to an index futures market once all the previous support levels have been demolished. At this point look for either a total ban on short selling, or possibly a total ban on selling alltogether.