It’s Not About The Fed
The potential for a sustainable bond reversal was identified way back in mid-October.
Now, over a month later with bonds moving decisively higher, the ‘narratives‘ are out in force.
The reality is, there’s not going to be any ‘pivot’.
Even if there was, as Michael Cowan reported weeks ago, the market keeps crashing anyway (not advice, not a recommendation).
With that in mind, a popular narrative is that bonds are higher because the Fed will lower rates when they see we’re in a ‘recession’.
Well, they won’t ever see a recession because we’ve skipped that part; going straight to collapse and economic depression. 🙂
Of course, as Jerimiah Babe puts it, Americans won’t do a thing to get ready until the last minute … most likely after the market is down 50%, or more.
Instead of the placating, proletariat calming narrative, it’s a recession; maybe bonds are moving in response to those in the know … something much worse may be ahead.
Could bonds be signaling, we’re close to a market rout?
Bonds, TLT, Weekly
We’re going to start with the original analysis, showing the potential for a sustained reversal.
From the October 16th, post.
A month or so, later.
As with the dollar analysis from years ago, a weekly bullish divergence as we see here, may result in a rally that lasts longer and goes farther than anyone expects.
Of course, the real question is ‘what does it mean?’
As Wyckoff said over a century ago, we won’t know the full reason for a move until it’s over.
One view of it however, different from the accepted narrative, we could be headed for some kind of disconnect; those in the know are shifting to ‘relative’ stability.
Moving on to other markets, we have the following:
Not advice, not a recommendation.
The push higher in biotech SPBIO, discussed in the prior update did not materialize.
Instead, we got a new daily low, followed by some upward testing action.
A day-trade in LABD was opened and closed; then near the market close, opened again.
Details are as follows
Entry @ 19.9134***: Stop @ 19.10***
Note: Positions may be increased, decreased, entered, or exited at any time.
***, Indicates change
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