Weekend Persective

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Two weeks ago, while the market was in the midst of its most recent pull back, I mused that the $272.50 $SPY level would be a likely reversal point.  

Weekend Perspective

The $SPY ended up hitting $273 before reversing higher.  I also said at the time, as I did in January, and during almost every other pull back this market has seen the last 8+ years, that we would be hitting fresh record highs in the short to medium term.    Yes I even threw that $SPY $300 number in there....

....And here we are.  Just a few percentage points away from new record highs.  Imagine that.  $300 well within reach.  Don't tell those uber bears that.  They are too focused on all the negatives..

The recession calls are loud and continue to grow.  There remains plenty of scary headlines and excuses to sell.  And you know what?  That's been a  good thing.

Yesterday the Chewy IPO had many reminiscing back to the Pets.com days of the internet bubble.  Of course the comparisons between then and now continue.  As do the comparisons between today and every other time in market history where the market collapsed.  1987, 2000, 2008...

Take a chart of today's S&P500... lay a chart of every other time in history when the market dropped 40% underneath it adjusting it until it makes a decent match....

wa la!   Throw some money losing IPOs that rally far "beyond" expectations and you've just scared the shit out of everyone...again.   You don't have to look far to find a chart like this...

This correlation to 2000/2008/2019  from a twitter handle @trendgeometry had us crashing in April... it is now June...

That about sounds right.  The proverbial throw shit at a wall until it sticks.  I can tell you that wall is still  clean and the floor is covered in shit.

I've seen this year alone, just over the last few months calls for the S&P500 to trade under 1,400.   Wild.  And much like that train wreck of a call.... people just have to look  (ok i admit i looked, but I didn't slow down)

The S&P500 has soared since the lows in March 2009.  And yet the amount of negativity surrounding the market is palpable.

Here we are just percentage points from NEW record highs, with the FED set to CUT Interest rates... and the bears are saying this CUT will mark the top!

Yes... the top is in!   When have we heard that before?

Negativity has been the fuel for this market.  The wall of worry continues to get climbed.  Looking up this wall and still standing on the ground are those uber bears who have missed out on the rally of a lifetime and and now just spend their days trolling the FED on twitter.

To them the FED can do no right. Certainly the FED is hated, especially to those who were shorting the market the last 10 years.  They fought the FED and the FED won...  I guess I'd be pissed too.

Call me crazy.  But it is different this time around.  The Central Banks have opened the Pandoras box.  As long as they keep interest rates low.. this market will continue to rally... right in the face of those chronic crash callers and FED haters.

Which brings me to one of the top twitter follows out there.  A straight shooter.  No emotion.  Facts.  Sanity.  And reality.

If there is one twitter handle to keep you focused with those binders on it is --->> https://twitter.com/ukarlewitz

and I love the pinned tweet, with an arrow pointing at two of my favorites -->>

How great is that.   So true.

The FED will always be hated and it can always be different this time.


Have a great weekend and a Happy Fathers day to all!





Known to most as Uranium Pinto Beans, Jason has more than 15 years under his belt of trading stocks, options and currencies. His expertise primarily lies in chart analysis, and he has a strong eye for undervalued stock. Because he’s got the ability to identify great risk/reward trades he usually enjoys taking the path less traveled and reaping the benefits from the adventure.

He is a co-founder of Option Millionaires, and he is best known for his weekly webinars with Scott, as well as his high level training webinars and charts found in the forums.

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