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This Ratio Is Warning Us That a Bloodbath is Coming!InboxGGains Pains & Capitalto me
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August 11, 2021From the desk of Graham SummersPick Up Graham’s Best-Selling Book.Find Out What’s Coming For the Fed and the Markets Here                     This Ratio Is Warning Us That a Bloodbath is Coming!Yesterday we looked at two of the market’s internals for signs of what’s happening “under the hood” in the markets.They were high yields credit and breadth. And both are warning stocks are ready to roll over.Today I’d like to look at another signal from the market, this time a ratio between the stock market and the long-term Treasuries as represented by the long-term Treasury ETF (TLT). TLT and the S&P 500 have a somewhat symbiotic relationship. The reason for this is that the bull market in bonds (meaning yields continue to fall) are what many investors use to justify paying higher multiples for stocks.Put another way, the bull market in stocks, is very much supported by the bull market in long-term Treasury bonds. So, the two asset classes tend to have something of an inverse correlation.You can see this in the below chart: historically since stock prices bottomed in 2009, the ratio between the S&P 500 and TLT has maintained a well-defined uptrend. Moreover, anytime this ratio has broken out of this uptrend (as it did in late 2018 or early 2020 illustrated by the red circles in the chart below), historically there has been a sharp reversal.GPC81121.png Which brings us to today, once again this ratio has broken out of its uptrend, this time to the upside. This means that stocks have been outperforming TLT by an extraordinary amount. It also suggests we will see a reversion back to the channel in the near future.GPC811212.pngIn terms of where this reversion would move to, the 20-month moving average (MMA) has served as a line of great significance over the last 12 years. I’ve placed the line on the below chart.GPC811213.png
Again, this is just one more warning that stocks are extremely overstretched to the upside. So we can expect a significant correction in the near future.After that comes the next big question…  will this trigger the next crisis?To determine that I use my Bear Market Trigger.If you’re unfamiliar with the Bear Market Trigger, it has caught every major bear market in the last 20+ years.I’ve identified the previous signals on the chart below. Using this trigger you’d have avoided 90% of the carnage during the Tech Bust and the Great Financial Crisis of 2008.GPC72214.pngWe came darn close to triggering this signal during the COVID-19 meltdown, but managed to just avoid it by the fact that stocks closed April 2020 up. Had April been a down month we would have a confirmed signal.How does this signal work? And is it close to triggering a new signal?To find out, you’d need to take out a trial subscription to Private Wealth Advisory.A SIX MONTH Private Wealth Advisory subscription includes:  1) TWENTY SIX (26) weekly issues of Private Wealth Advisory, each running 15-25 pages long. 2) Real-time TRADE ALERTS telling you when to buy and sell  3) A copy of my best-selling book, The Everything Bubble: the Endgame For Central Bank Policy.  4) A copy of The Bear Market Trigger: The Secret Signal That Has Called Every Crisis in the Last 20 Years And best of all, you can try it out for 30 days for just $9.99. If you find it’s not what you’re looking for, just drop us a line and we’ll cancel your subscription. You won’t pay another cent!And the book, reports and ideas you collect during that time are yours to keep.Frankly, this is a ridiculous amount of material to offer for just $9.99, which is why today is the last day this offer will be available to the general public.To lock in one of the remaining slots…CLICK HERE NOW!!!Best Regards    

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