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Will The S&P Drop 22% In The Next 3 Months?

Submitted by Teddy Vallee via Pervalle.com, S&P 1650, December 31st We see the SPX losing 22% over the next 2-3 months. The call is primarily based on technical factors; however, given the market’s current valuation, the fundamentals also support this view. We contend that the texture of today’s price action is very similar to the early 2000’s, as illustrated below. NYSE composite 1998-2003 versus NYSE comp 2012-present (80% time compression) And on a shorter time frame.
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