Yesterday was another chop fest in stocks. Once again, the market opened up and then went nowhere for most of the session. It was only a clear and obvious late day manipulation that the market finished up for the day.
Once again, the FANG stocks did the heavy lifting, holding the rest of the market up throughout the day.
This has been the overall theme since the market bottom in March. The big FANG stocks continue to rally higher and higher, driven by “someone” who seems hellbent on insuring the market doesn’t collapse.
So why are these same companies outperforming so much?
Because the large tech stocks (Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Facebook) are where central banks are buying.
Together these companies account for nearly 20% of the stock market. And if central banks can get them to rally, the rest of the market will follow.
Put another way, if you were going to rig the market, these are the companies you’d be buying.
And with the same stocks moving higher day after day like clockwork, it’s pretty clear it’s central banks doing the buying.
We know the Swiss National bank buys these companies. And I strongly suspect the Fed is doing it to via some backdoor method.
Regardless of who is doing the buying, “someone” is ramping the market using these companies.
At the end of the day, it all boils down to what I’ve been saying since 2017… that the Fed and other central banks are trapped in a vicious cycle through which it INTENTIONALLY creates bubbles to deal with each successive bust.
We had the Tech Bubble in the ’90s.
The Housing Bubble in the mid-00s.
And now the Everything Bubble in 2020.
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