Ever feel like you're being fattened up for the kill? Well you just may be. The rally we’ve seen in the stock market during the past month looks to me like a classic ‘bull trap.’ It’s designed to give new investors a false sense of confidence.
Make no mistake about it: The Smart Money on the Street isn’t falling for it. In fact, they're selling certain asset classes as we speak –- to the very same individual investors who’ve been buying stocks in the past month. …
Personally, I happen to be single. But if I woke up tomorrow morning and found myself happily married with children, a mortgage and plans for retirement with my beloved, I would fight until my dying breath to protect it!
Why do I feel this way? Two reasons: The Yield Curve is Inverted AND Private Sector borrowing is through the roof.You’ve undoubtedly heard the old joke about placing ten economists in a room and getting fourteen different answers.
Well, there is a caveat to that joke: if you asked ten economists to choose the two “signals” throughout history that was the most reliable predictor of recession, most, if not all of them, would point to the Yield Curve and Private Sector Borrowing.
And now, for the first time in a generation, both of these indicators are pointing to recession.
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