Saturday, April 24, 2021

Matrix Updated #Stocks #Bonds #Commodities #Bitcoin

The Matrix
The Matrix, an array that displays alignment of price & volume (trends) within the cycle of TIME, intermarket money flows, and the flow of sentiment, helps subscribers recognize the Evolution of the Trade for 44 markets. Markets include #stocks, #bonds, #forex, #Bitcoin & #Commodities.

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The US stock market continues grinding higher. There's no stopping it says the collective consciousness of the majority. Headlines constantly remind us that the fundamentals look good, even super, but long-term dividend yield cycles (see Dividend Cycle Reviews) have not withdrawn from historical extremes. That doesn't matter, as the majority will quickly remind us that historical extremes don't apply today. It's not 1899, 1929, 1987, or 1998-2000. Simply put, it's different this time. That is, until it’s not. After that comes the finger pointing, congressional hearings, and public promises that it will never happen again.

History repeats because everyone always gets caught on the wrong side of the boat when the rules change (see Sentiment Reviews), the fundamentals that looked so good or didn't matter in 2021-2022, change or suddenly matter. Sentiment towards stocks is optimistic and growing hotter with each passing week. Like the 'fundamentals', extreme complacency doesn't matter until it matters (WAS and WASo lines 51-52 in the Trends tab of the Matrix).

All we can do is following the primary trends within the cycles of price, time, and energy. The Matrix is showing a couple of RESETs this week. Markets like Bitcoin have fallen out of alignment (again). This is causing concern, but the setup is behind the alignment has been durable and consistent. We'll talk about it later.


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