Spring Crash Potential Not About China

Our internal signals used in the management of our mutual fund and separate account strategies are starting to confirm that the storm that’s been building for weeks may finally be here just in time for the mid-May juncture I mentioned on Real Vision. Whether the accident happens or not remains to be seen. All I know is that the weather has changed, and it’s time to slow down entering the storm and prepare for defensive actions. Any potential trade deal more than likely in my opinion won’t mean the rain has stopped.


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Seth Golden 11 months ago Contributor's comment

Just awful

Seth Golden 1 year ago Contributor's comment

Is there a reason you don't explore why Lumber prices rose so significantly last year, dropped within months, housing still near 11-year highs in certain respects? Any reason? Isn't it true that bonds prices and equity prices have risen together in nearly 40% of quarters since 1990s?

Bill Johnson 1 year ago Member's comment

Very good questions Seth Golden, I would like to know this as well.

Seth Golden 1 year ago Contributor's comment

He's done it purposefully, I actually already debunked this lumber theory of ill repute in a previous article and video.

Bill Johnson 11 months ago Member's comment

Thanks Seth, do you happen to have that link?

Seth Golden 1 year ago Contributor's comment

To that extent there's also a reason the chart is so condensed.