“Transitory Inflation” Gains Credibility with Wall Street

Even though the market ended the week with an impressive two-day rally underscored by the superior performance of large-cap tech and small-cap stocks, it was not enough to prevent a weekly loss. In lieu of this, a few new insights were learned about the character of this market or its cycle:

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CPI Data Reignites Fears of Inflation and Market Risks

Today’s CPI report reignited inflation fears and the economic ramifications. Truth be told, this market has been overbought and technically overextended and accompanied by decelerating momentum and volume. Now we are witnessing early signs of capitulation. This is healthy and creates the ideal environment for a relief rally.

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“FOMO” Trade in Deceleration Mode

US stock markets ended an unimpressive session in positive territory and continue to consolidate their recent uplegs. The wide breadth of positive earnings and a better than expected GDP growth for Q1-2021 had little impact. In fact more signs of distribution selling appeared. Approximately 73% of today’s…

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