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Can the Fed Support Asset Prices Forever? – Analyzing the Technical Indicators (w/ Milton Berg)

can the fed support asset prices forever analyzing the technical indicators w milton berg



Milton Berg, Founder and CIO of Milton Berg Advisors, joins managing editor Ed Harrison to analyze the technical patterns and market internals on his radar. From his repository of over 10,000 indicators, Berg selects and discusses the ones he thinks are most compelling, such as 5-day breadth thrust, consecutive volume-up days, and the put/call ratio. Berg then observes that the equity markets are behaving like commodities, in that they are trending upward as volume spikes. Lastly, Berg and Harrison try and reconcile some oddly bullish indicators with the macro backdrop with Berg casting doubt on the long-term sustainability of central bank’s ability to ballast asset prices. Filmed on August 6, 2020. Thanks for watching The Interview, the premier business and finance interview series in the world. Subscribe to our channel now for more videos like this one: https://rvtv.io/subscribe Do you want even more content like this? And to see this video before we release it here? Become a member of Real Vision — get started for 30 days for only $1: https://rvtv.io/membership About Real Vision™:
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