End of This Correction?
First of all, the S&P500 formed a two days pivot on strong bullish divergence. Most times these two indicators coincided in the past pullbacks and corrections have resulted in an immediate turn around back into the original bull trend. Other times it may linger around that area before finally turning around as well. Either way, it does indicate a high probability bottom within the framework of a minor or intermediate bullish correction.
Secondly, bond yields which have been dropping like a rock across the board the past month has finally halted its decline as investors stop rushing for the safety of bonds. With bond yields this low and the market at this level, investors could finally see some value returning to equities.
Thirdly, the total equities put call ratio that has been completely in the put options zone all month long has finally returned back to the bullish area. Of course, one day of coming back down below par does not mean much on its own but it happening with other supporting evidences such as the above does give it more meaning.
Fourthly, there simply isn't a strong enough reason for the market to get killed yet. By "strong enough reason" I don't mean a strong enough bad news. Quite on the contrary, a strong enough reason would be the economy and the market being so super strong and overheated that it needs to be hammered back into reality. That's how all previous market crashes started. So far, that's not the case yet and there is still plenty left to invest in with the US economy growing steadily and slowly and the Eurozone largely on track as well.
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