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When this month began, it was awful for the bears. They had endured the ravages of an idiotic counter-trend rally that started on January 6th, and the smug, swaggering bulls figured the bear market (if there ever was one) had ended already. The peak was on Groundhog Day (fittingly enough), and the bears have been slowly wiping the smirks off the faces of the bulls ever since. Below are a dozen important ETFs, presented as monthly charts. I have put a remark in the caption below each of them.
And now we have the latest TSLA wanna-be, Rivian, reporting their “earnings” (umm, losses). The stock is now down 90% from its peak. Of course, I’m sure every single analyst on Wall Street gave it a Strong Buy, since every one of those guys is as useless as teats on a board.
Some of you probably do not know that Slope has an outstanding yield curve tool right here on the website, and everyone is at liberty to use it. By way of example here’s what the yield curve looks like in a nice, healthy economy:
Yep. You get an infographic. There’s no point in me doing yet another post about this insane stuck-in-place, boring-as-hell market. So……….time to learn all about Canal Plus and Viu! There’s no point mentioning a market which is in an endless circle-jerk.