Daily Archives: March 19, 2019

Five Reasons Why I Don’t Think We Reach New All Time Highs

More and more “risk on” sectors are signaling that the stock market is topping. High Yield Credit lead stocks to the upside during this rally. It’s now stalled and is rolling over.   The same is true for leveraged loans … Continue reading

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The Sectors That Lead to the Upside Are Rolling Over… What Comes Next?

More and more “risk on” sectors are signaling that the stock market is topping. High Yield Credit lead stocks to the upside during this rally. It’s now stalled and is rolling over. The same is true for leveraged loans (loans … Continue reading

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Warning, Multiple “Risk” Sectors Are Signalling A Turn is Coming Soon

More and more “risk on” sectors are signaling that the stock market is topping. High Yield Credit lead stocks to the upside during this rally. It’s now stalled and is rolling over. The same is true for leveraged loans (loans … Continue reading

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Who Do You Trust… Stocks, or Credit, Loans, Housing, Lumber and Copper?

More and more “risk on” sectors are signaling that the stock market is topping. High Yield Credit lead stocks to the upside during this rally. It’s now stalled and is rolling over. The same is true for leveraged loans (loans … Continue reading

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Five Charts Every Stock Investor Needs to See Right Now

More and more “risk on” sectors are signaling that the stock market is topping. High Yield Credit lead stocks to the upside during this rally. It’s now stalled and is rolling over. The same is true for leveraged loans (loans … Continue reading

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