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How Much Longer Can the Market Hold Up?

More and more “bells are ringing” for this market rally. The microcap index, called the Russell 2000, typically leads the overall market in risk on/ risk off moves. With that in mind, what does the below chart suggest? ————————————————- Who said getting rich from trading was hard? Since inception in 2015, this trading system has

Monthly Amazon Chart $AMZN

Bubble bursting?

Three Charts That Suggest Stocks Are Due to Correct

More and more “bells are ringing” for this market rally. The microcap index, called the Russell 2000, typically leads the overall market in risk on/ risk off moves. With that in mind, what does the below chart suggest? ————————————————- Who said getting rich from trading was hard? Since inception in 2015, this trading system has

Three “Bells” Are Ringing That This is a Top

More and more “bells are ringing” for this market rally. The microcap index, called the Russell 2000, typically leads the overall market in risk on/ risk off moves. With that in mind, what does the below chart suggest? ————————————————- Who said getting rich from trading was hard? Since inception in 2015, this trading system has

Three Charts Every Investor Needs to See Right Now

More and more “bells are ringing” for this market rally. The microcap index, called the Russell 2000, typically leads the overall market in risk on/ risk off moves. With that in mind, what does the below chart suggest?  ————————————————- Who said getting rich from trading was hard? Since inception in 2015, this trading system has

Europe’s Bond Bubble Makes the US Look Like an Amateur

The EU debt bomb is about ready to go off. If you wanted to find a place in which Central Banking monetary insanity will result in an epic systemic blow up, Europe is the best place to start. True, Japan is further down the monetary insanity rabbit hole… but Japan is a single country with

Is the EU debt Crisis Back?

The EU debt bomb is about ready to go off. If you wanted to find a place in which Central Banking monetary insanity will result in an epic systemic blow up, Europe is the best place to start. True, Japan is further down the monetary insanity rabbit hole… but Japan is a single country with

Warning a 2 Trillion Euro Debt Bomb is About to Go Off

The EU debt bomb is about ready to go off. If you wanted to find a place in which Central Banking monetary insanity will result in an epic systemic blow up, Europe is the best place to start. True, Japan is further down the monetary insanity rabbit hole… but Japan is a single country with

Is Italy the Canary in the Coal Mine For The Everything Bubble?

The EU debt bomb is about ready to go off. If you wanted to find a place in which Central Banking monetary insanity will result in an epic systemic blow up, Europe is the best place to start. True, Japan is further down the monetary insanity rabbit hole… but Japan is a single country with

Three Charts Every Investors Needs to See

The financial markets are now rapidly running out of liquidity. The Fed will withdraw $50 billion in liquidity from the financial system this month via its Quantitative Tightening, QT, program. This is the largest liquidity withdrawal since the 2008 crisis. The Fed is not the only one. The ECB will halve its QE program to

Will the Bond Bubble Burst in October?

The financial markets are now rapidly running out of liquidity. The Fed will withdraw $50 billion in liquidity from the financial system this month via its Quantitative Tightening, QT, program. This is the largest liquidity withdrawal since the 2008 crisis. The Fed is not the only one. The ECB will halve its QE program to

Central Banks Have “Pulled the Plug” is a Market Crash Next?

The financial markets are now rapidly running out of liquidity. The Fed will withdraw $50 billion in liquidity from the financial system this month via its Quantitative Tightening, QT, program. This is the largest liquidity withdrawal since the 2008 crisis. The Fed is not the only one. The ECB will halve its QE program to

Bonds Are Flashing a Warning… But Stocks Are Ignoring It

The financial markets are now rapidly running out of liquidity. The Fed will withdraw $50 billion in liquidity from the financial system this month via its Quantitative Tightening, QT, program. This is the largest liquidity withdrawal since the 2008 crisis. The Fed is not the only one. The ECB will halve its QE program to

Buckle Up, Central Banks Will Collectively Become Net SELLERS This Month

The financial markets are now rapidly running out of liquidity. The Fed will withdraw $50 billion in liquidity from the financial system this month via its Quantitative Tightening, QT, program. This is the largest liquidity withdrawal since the 2008 crisis. The Fed is not the only one. The ECB will halve its QE program to

The Fed Will No Longer Be Accomodative… That Is, Until Stocks Crash

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve stated it would no longer be “accommodative” with its monetary policy. On that same day Fed chair Jerome Powell stated that stock market valuations were in the “upper reaches of historic ranges” i.e. bubbly. And most importantly, the Fed stated it would likely hike rates again in 2018… with another three

Forget Stocks… the Fed is Trying to Save Bonds.. But Will It Be Able To?

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve stated it would no longer be “accommodative” with its monetary policy. On that same day Fed chair Jerome Powell stated that stock market valuations were in the “upper reaches of historic ranges” i.e. bubbly. And most importantly, the Fed stated it would likely hike rates again in 2018… with another three

The Real Reason the Fed is Hiking Rates So Aggressively

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve stated it would no longer be “accommodative” with its monetary policy. On that same day Fed chair Jerome Powell stated that stock market valuations were in the “upper reaches of historic ranges” i.e. bubbly. And most importantly, the Fed stated it would likely hike rates again in 2018… with another three

The Fed Formally Just Announced Stocks Are in a Bubble

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve stated it would no longer be “accommodative” with its monetary policy. On that same day Fed chair Jerome Powell stated that stock market valuations were in the “upper reaches of historic ranges” i.e. bubbly. And most importantly, the Fed stated it would likely hike rates again in 2018… with another three

The Fed is Facing Two Bubbles… And It Can Only Save One

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve stated it would no longer be “accommodative” with its monetary policy. On that same day Fed chair Jerome Powell stated that stock market valuations were in the “upper reaches of historic ranges” i.e. bubbly. And most importantly, the Fed stated it would likely hike rates again in 2018… with another three

Is it “Late 2007” for the Bond Market Bubble?

The Fed is starting to get into serious trouble. The US bond market is moving in the WRONG way fast. And while these moves don’t indicate that a crisis will hit today… if the Fed doesn’t get this situation under control soon things could get UGLY. The yield on the 10-Year Treasury bond, the single
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