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Stock/Bond Ratio could breakdown here, says Joe Friday

Below looks at the Stock/Bond ratio, which is created by using the S&P 500 and Zero Coupon Bond ETF (ZROZ). The chart below looks at the price action over the past three years. Since the highs back in 2014, the ratio for the most part has created a horizontal channel, chopping back and forth. CLICK ON CHART TO ENLARGE The ratio hit the 2014 highs earlier this year at (1), which in time could reflect that a double top took place.
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