The Nasdaq 1000 has now retraced 50% of its gains from the Covid low.
Plus, a look at the box that the U.S. economy is in.
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Real Money subscribers are asking good questions. Let's tackle them together.
Can the charts get in line with the data?.
Several contrarian indicators are at historically high levels of bearish expectations, but other charts may tell a different story.
Despite oversold conditions, here's what is needed for me to be more optimistic.
The US may very well escape recession this year, putting it off until early next year. Other global economies may not be so lucky.
Be ready. An ugly liquidation stage to key S&P 500 levels will put the stock market well in front of the Fed, leading to a buying opportunity.
Right now, the only one that believes the Fed can engineer a soft landing is Jerome Powell.