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A few months ago, I wrote an article titled, “The S&skys are going to take over the world.”
In that article, I argued that stocks were in a bubble and that the market was about to go through a huge correction.
The problem with that argument was that there wasn’t a single data point that contradicted my thesis.
And it was because I was wrong.
Instead, we’re seeing data that confirm my thesis: The S &pskys aren’t in a bull market, they’re in a correction.
Now, it’s hard to get a firm consensus on what’s actually happening in the markets, but I’m pretty confident that there’s no bubble.
And the correction is only going to accelerate.
If I were in your shoes, you’d probably be saying the same thing.
I’ve seen it happen before.
Here are some of the biggest reasons why.
The Fed is still buying bonds: In August of this year, I told you that the Fed would be buying bonds, which is a pretty major move, since it means the Fed is actually buying bonds to finance the economy.
Then, on August 17, the Fed announced that it would buy $1.4 trillion in Treasuries and other debt.
This is a significant shift in how the Fed views the economy and its future.
The central bank has been doing this for some time, but this is the first time the Fed has actually purchased bonds in a significant way.
And when you combine this move with the massive rise in bond prices in the last couple of months, it seems like we’re finally seeing a bubble.
So, yes, this is a bubble, but it’s also a correction, and the Fed isn’t buying it. 2.
The U.S. economy is about to get even stronger: In January of this last year, we all believed that the U. S. economy would be headed for a recession.
Then in May of this same year, the economy actually grew at a faster pace than it did in February of this next year.
The big surprise was that the recovery from the recession was so strong that it actually outpaced the growth of the U S. dollar.
Because the U U.s. economy has been spending much more.
So when the Fed purchases bonds, it is buying bonds because they’re able to make purchases for the economy, instead of for the people.
The economy has always been more reliant on spending than spending has always depended on borrowing, and this is one of the reasons why bond prices are so high.
The housing market is about $2 trillion strong: The housing sector is booming.
In fact, as I mentioned in the beginning, I was saying at the time that the housing market was in a super-bubble, because there wasn: A. A bubble that was going to burst.
A major correction.
So what has happened?
Well, the housing bubble has been in a state of collapse for almost a year now.
Since February of 2016, there have been at least 15 consecutive months where the housing sector has lost more than 50% of its value.
In April of 2018, we had a massive crash.
In June of 2019, we saw a massive collapse.
And in September of 2020, we just had a big crash.
And now we’re starting to see some signs of a correction as well.
So far, the stock market has recovered roughly 30% from what it was before the crash.
We’re also seeing a huge rebound in home prices.
So if you think about it, the house price market is at a new high point in about six years, and it’s almost certainly going to stay that way.
The global economy is going to grow at a rate of more than 5% a year: This is not a prediction, but you can bet that the global economy will be growing at a much higher rate than the last three years.
And that’s because the U s economy has seen an incredible amount of growth.
The chart below shows what the Us gross domestic product is today compared to what it would have been had the U stock market remained in the same bubble state.
The red line shows the growth rate of the global GDP in 2016.
The blue line shows it in 2019.
The black line shows its growth rate in 2021.
That’s a staggering increase.
And just this month, we found out that the world is now in the sixth year of an economic recovery that’s the highest on record.
The Dow is now at 13,000,000: The Dow, the most important index in the world, is up by about 13% in the past year.
This was driven by the fact that the S&amskys had their biggest rally of the year.
That rally is what fueled the S &amskies selloff in the