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The Bond Market is Warning of a Stock IMPLOSION! Few Are Listening.

Stock market bulls are missing something MAJOR in the markets. That “something” is a bond market meltdown. The bond market is over twice the size or the stock market. This is the SMART money: the money that adjusts to tectonic shifts first. With that in mind look at the collapse in the long-bond space. We’ve taken out critical support AND been rejected in an attempt to reclaim it (green line).
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