Could Stocks Crash This Fall?

As I noted yesterday, stocks were due for a bounce. That bounce is now underway.

This should hold up a few more days, but then comes the NASTY move the markets have been warning about for weeks.

Copper, Treasury Yields, and Fed EX are all real-world economic indicators that tell us what the REAL level of economic activity is in the world.

Take a look at what these indicators (blue line, red line and green line) are saying about the state of the world today. Now take a look at where they are relative to stocks (black line).

Deep down, stocks know what’s coming too.

The time to prepare for this is NOW before it happens.

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In it, we outline the coming collapse will unfold…which ...

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Moon Kil Woong 9 months ago Contributor's comment

Charting doesn't help right now. The main issue is Trump's trade deals or lack thereof and his growing inability to understand trade deals must be done with allies and they must be based on compromise on both sides. There is no winner/loser in this game. Either both sides win or both sides lose.

Dan Jackson 8 months ago Member's comment

Good points, however I do think it is possible to find creative solutions where a compromise is found and both sides are better off. The question is if Trump is the man to pull it off.

Moon Kil Woong 6 months ago Contributor's comment

I think the creative solution is to reverse the whole trade war and come to a few agreements that China will do more to allow foreign competition in their market. Sadly the trade war was started over deficit imbalances which should never be the central issue, especially since the US buys a lot of goods from China to add value and sell their own products. Agreed, if Trump fails the next President is likely to do this. It will benefit them and the economy and is easy to do without the rhetoric Trump feels he needs to "win" something when no one really wins in a full on trade war.

Harry Sinclair 6 months ago Member's comment

Yes, #Trump seems to have forgotten that many US companies rely on Chinese components. So tariffs will actually hurt US companies as well. Rather short sighted of our president. Surprised not of his advisors pointed this out to him. Gary Anderson has written extensively about this.

Dan Jackson 6 months ago Member's comment

Very good insight.