…The bull market from 2009 to present is eerily similar to the 1932-1937 bull market. All other bull markets…[have risen] on increasing volume as the bull gathers steam, however…[the aforementioned] two bull markets,…driven by government stimulus and financial engineering, rose on decreasing volume...indicative of a gradual reduction of liquidity in the market.
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…Note how liquidity was eventually drained from the market through waves of decreasing volume. Once the top was in the market lost almost 50% in one year.
Today’s bull market also shows waning volume over its entire run.
The 1937 Bear Market- Violent selling
Contrast the above bull markets with a healthy robust bull in the 1950’s. Here we see what is normal, growing organic growth in volume as the bull advances…This week the market reconfirmed that it was still in a bull market according to DOW’s Theory. The industrials went on to a new all time high within days of the Transports doing the same…
The DOW last peaked in January…[so], for now, the bull has been reconfirmed…[but, that being said, I strongly believe that] an upcoming crisis…is coming our way and we need to start preparing…
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