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Buy-the-Dips Bozos Could Rule Till 2023

By: Rick Ackerman, Rick's Picks

 -- Published: Wednesday, 12 June 2019 | Print  | Disqus 

Although there are a dozen good reasons why the bull market should flame out, like, tomorrow, there’s nothing in the long-term charts to suggest this is likely. A friend and fellow permabear sent me an Elliott Wave theorist’s prediction that the sensational run-up begun more than ten years ago could continue for another three or four years. This is based on a five-wave Elliott pattern that is currently in its final phase, having corrected the spectacular excesses of Wave 3 via the Great Financial Crash of 2007-08.

Much as I would love to see the market plunge into molten hell so that the global economy, born again, could cycle back to more-honest weights and measures, I am resigned to the likelihood that the bullish charts are simply correct. This is notwithstanding tariff wars, a global economic slowdown, falling commodity prices, falling bond yields and all the rest. Wall Street seems not to care about any of this, and so the buy-the-dips crowd reigns supreme. They will get their comeuppance someday, for sure. But as long as investable cash remains in more or less unlimited supply, stocks will continue to rise.

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Placid Stochastics

The weekly S&P chart corroborates the bullish EWT perspective. Notice that a divergence between price tops and stochastic tops accurately foretold the devastating selloff that occurred in Q4 of 2018. Currently there are no such divergences in the weekly chart, and I take this as a sign that the long-term uptrend will continue. That could change if the current rally achieves new record highs without generating a higher stochastic peak. But until such time as this occurs, there are no worrisome signs that I can discern in this chart. For a more detailed explanation of stochastic divergences and their relevance to the current technical picture, click here to view my latest Facebook video. 

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