Since the closing of the gold window by Nixon there have been prominent and persistent voices which warned that fundamentally flawed financial system conditions would lead to long term catastrophe for the US and global economy. Those voices reached a crescendo during the serial market crises of 2000-2011. Now, after a 9 year rise in US stock markets, such cautionary narratives are difficult to find. Fears of debt bubble collapse scenarios have given way to complacency and the blanket assumption that central banker machinations have all the angles covered.
Experienced market participants know that when all fear (or conversely, optimism) has been extinguished it is time to take a hard look at the contrarian view. In this report we will study the long term technical view of markets and set aside any assumptions about the future. Technical analysis is both a science and an art, and applying appropriate measures of each, let's tune into the message of the markets with an open mind.
Is a significant secular shift possible at this juncture? Is it time to consider the possibility that the existing financial, economic and policy paradigm is no longer sustainable and due for dislocation and reversal? Has the epoch of central banking Financialism run its course?
The new BullBear Market Report peers into these questions and more using the lens of technical analysis with a special focus on the very long term going as far back as the 1932 Dow Jones Industrial Average bottom.
A MULTI-PART REPORT THAT WILL INCLUDE: