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As you may recall I hosted my first live webinar last Sunday. Never having done a live online session I almost soiled myself in the first few minutes as I was more nervous than a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs. After about two slides I loosened up a bit and we ended up having a lot of fun.
Based on the responses over the past two days it seems to have been well received. The next one is scheduled for Wednesday at 4:00pm Eastern. Here’s the Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87572825035
I was struck by this comment, which was the first one made in my Perfectly Pinned post from last night:
I get the sense I’m being patted on the hand and told that Jerome Powell is now omnipotent, and – – as Janet Yellen said – – we will never have another financial crisis in our lifetimes.
I understand the sentiment, but I disagree. Not only do I think we’re going to get a financial crisis, but I think that Powell’s shameless plastering-over of our true problems is going to make the next crisis bigger than anything we’ve ever seen. At this point, I am most focused on what is going on with small caps, as illustrated by what is still a completely valid topping pattern (not yet complete) in the /RTY: