Stock Market: Danger Is My Middle Name

Published on Seeking Alpha on January 29, 2018

The U.S. stock market has turned parabolic. After steadily rising since late 2016, the S&P 500 Index has shifted into a higher gear to start 2018. Exciting? Indeed. Justified? Maybe, maybe not. Dangerous? That too.

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A Dark Cloud In Sunny Market Skies

The U.S. stock market remains relentless. It seems to rise strongly day after day without interruption. Pullbacks to the downside are no longer experienced over the course of months, weeks or even days, but instead can best be measured in terms of hours if not minutes as each and every pullback is snapped up almost unflinchingly by today’s risk eager marketplace. Indeed, the sun shines brightly on today’s U.S. stock market. But for those that have yet to completely abdicate from managing against downside risk, a dark cloud in an otherwise sunny sky for stocks is worth noting.

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A Stock Market Witches Brew

While a bubble of epic proportions is taking place in cryptocurrencies today, signs of a bubble are notably absent from another notable and arguably far more important segment of capital markets. But just because a bubble is not immediately present does not mean that conditions are not ripe for some sort of asset price escalation to soon take shape in relatively quick order. Prepare to float higher any future asset bubble, but also keep your feet on the ground in knowing exactly the market that you are investing in today.

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A Bubble Of Epic Proportions

We are witnessing a bubble of epic proportions taking place right before our very eyes today in capital markets. Perhaps only once before in history have we seen a bubble inflate in such a magnitude over such a short period of time. And it may now be in the process of rapidly unwinding. Prepare for maximum pain.

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The Bond Bull Market Is Over

The financial media headlines have been dominated over the past week by the latest bold declarations. Treasury yields are on the rise, and “the bond bull market is over!” Except that it’s not over. Not even close to starting to be over as a matter of fact. At least not yet. For despite its extraordinarily advanced age and recent fall coupled with the bold proclamations from some notable bond gurus, the 37-year old bond bull market still remains very much alive today.

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