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Serious Trouble Is Now Brewing After Dow Tumbles 700 Before Bounce, Plus Gold 1987, 2008 vs Today

Serious Trouble Is Now Brewing After Dow Tumbles 700 Before Bounce, Plus Gold 1987, 2008 vs Today

KingWorldNews.com

April 02, 2018

On the heels of today’s massive sell off, which saw the Dow off more than 700 at one point, some serious trouble is now brewing.

Serious Trouble Is Brewing

By Bill Fleckenstein President Of Fleckenstein Capital

April 2 (King World News) – The market opened with a profound thud, and within 90 minutes had fallen by about 2%, plus or minus. The Nasdaq was heaviest, as it lost more than 2%, while the S&P dove to the 200-day moving average, then fell through it by 0.5% or so (and broke the prior low as well) before it managed to bounce around midday…

However, from there the market dropped to a loss of roughly 3%, with the Dow also breaking (and the Nasdaq only 2% away from) its 200-day MA. From there another bounce began that trimmed the days damage to about 2%-plus.

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I think it is a pretty big deal to see the market this aggressively lower after a three-day weekend and the start of the new quarter. That’s not to say it can’t bounce, but it is a potent signal. We can now say that we have had a failed rally, which really ups the chances that we have seen the peak.

Away from stocks, green paper was mixed but slightly higher, fixed income was very slightly higher, oil fell 2.5%, and the metals were higher, with silver gaining 1.5% to gold’s 1%.

Obviously, we can’t make too much out of one day, but this quarter is certainly starting out quite a bit differently than most over the last 10 years. And, as I noted, I suggest it is a sign of serious trouble brewing.

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