Friday, September 9, 2022

#USStocks Review #ES_F $SPY

US Stocks Review
Trading noise, the random movement of price over the short term, does not control trends, cycles, and profits. The majority, an emotionally driven group focused solely on price, often interprets it as meaningful information. This leads to confusion, frustration, missed opportunities, and leaves the majority as the bag holders of trend transitions. The Evolution of the Trade helps investors stand separate from the majority.

The global economy and stocks began behaving strangely in late summer of 2019. Repo rates spiked unexpectedly. Few acknowledged it. Anyone looking for a return to “normal” market by fundamentals will likely be disappointed in the coming years.

Stocks crashed in early 2020. Relative performance within the stock market suggests a reallocation of resources away from old to new economic plays. The old norm of “Made in USA” is not coming back. Manufacturing, design, and information collection will be borderless. Citizens will struggle to maintain their liberties and rights without oversight and intervention under this economic backdrop.

Rising stocks as the global economy declines is a real possibility. Investors blame the Fed for the stock market's distortion of reality. The Fed, contrary to popular opinion, is not that powerful. It cannot control the world's capital flows. The invisible hand, the true driver of market and trends, is redefining the world as the core economy passes from North American to Asia.

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The Series 2 Nasdaq 100 Report 04/19/21, Series 1 Economy & Stock Report 10/20/21, and Special Report, each a series of videos, extends the discussion below. The Internet is bearish (stocks). The Internet, BTW, has a terrible track record of time.


The above reports provides the necessary depth of discussion required to understand why we're heading to risk-on/(off). Most will never understand how stocks can rally even as the global economy enters a recession. We'll give you a hint - sovereign debt is not longer a safe have for capital flows.

Today's review discusses, largely in charts, why rising interest rates is bullish for stocks over the very long-term. Are you going to argue with the invisible hand? Michael Burry is doing just that, but he'll delete it, and everyone will forget.



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