Daily Archives: October 22, 2018

Is the S&P 500 About to Follow Homebuilders Into a Free-Fall? $SPY $XHB

It is looking increasingly likely that the bull market is OVER. The Russell 2000 (IWM) has lead the S&P 500 throughout the bull market begun January 2016. Over that time period, the Russell 2000 rose 54% compared to the S&P … Continue reading

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Microcaps Lead on the Way Up… And They’re Warning About What’s Coming

It is looking increasingly likely that the bull market is OVER. The Russell 2000 (IWM) has lead the S&P 500 throughout the bull market begun January 2016. Over that time period, the Russell 2000 rose 54% compared to the S&P … Continue reading

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More and More It’s Looking Like the Bull Market is OVER

It is looking increasingly likely that the bull market is OVER. The Russell 2000 (IWM) has lead the S&P 500 throughout the bull market begun January 2016. Over that time period, the Russell 2000 rose 54% compared to the S&P … Continue reading

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The Housing Bubble Has Burst… Are Stocks Next?

It is looking increasingly likely that the bull market is OVER. The Russell 2000 (IWM) has lead the S&P 500 throughout the bull market begun January 2016. Over that time period, the Russell 2000 rose 54% compared to the S&P … Continue reading

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These Charts Warn That the Stock Market Meltdown is ANYTHING But Over

It is looking increasingly likely that the bull market is OVER. The Russell 2000 (IWM) has lead the S&P 500 throughout the bull market begun January 2016. Over that time period, the Russell 2000 rose 54% compared to the S&P … Continue reading

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