Jeff Bishop’s Total Alpha Options Masterclass: Is Gold About To Blow Up Like Oil?

Jeff Bishop shares his thoughts with Total Alpha members about gold. We don’t have enough gold on hand to cover if everyone decided to exercise their futures contracts and take delivery of physical gold. And that, could be a disaster in the making, said Bishop

Market pundits are still trying to wrap their brains around what happened in crude oil last week— but there’s already talk of the next freight train…

I’m talking about gold…and get this…Jerome Powell knew about this!

A few Total Alpha members emailed articles asking me for my thoughts on gold.

And after looking into it for the better part of the weekend, I feel obligated to share them with you, because there is a risk that isn’t being discussed.

We’ve already seen gold prices charge higher to challenge its 2012 highs.

GLD Monthly Chart

Apparently, the lessons from the Great Recession didn’t make their way to every corner of the market.

Why do I say that?

Because we don’t have enough gold on hand to cover if everyone decided to exercise their futures contracts and take delivery of physical gold .

And that, my friends, could be a disaster in the making.


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How gold trading works

Gold works much in the same way that crude oil does. Most of it trades in futures contracts. They trade with different expiration cycles.

Unlike option contracts, futures contracts require you to take delivery of the item if you hold it at expiration, rather than if you choose to.

You might have noticed that there are two types of oil in the market – west texas intermediate and brent. Those are based on where oil is settled (U.S. vs U.K.). The same thing occurs with gold.

Most gold futures settle as cash. That means they never take delivery of the gold itself.

But what if you wanted all that gold? Could you get it?

That’s an interesting question and the crux of our potential dilemma.

Gold costs

Unlike oil that requires specialized storage, gold can pretty much sit wherever you want it to. On the other hand, getting it to where you want is tricky.

With oil, we didn’t have enough storage to meet the supply. In this case, there isn’t enough potential gold or gold in the right places to meet demand.

Despite the disconnect in markets recently, people hoard gold during times of uncertainty. You’ll see people start buying up the physical asset when and where they can.

Except, right now, you can’t do that.

In fact, if you try to buy gold bullion online, not only will you be paying a huge premium over the spot market value, you’ll be lucky to find any.

That means someone’s got to ship it to your location and that costs money…lots of money that isn’t necessarily being factored into everyday traders’ decisions.

The transport dilemma

As I mentioned, you’d have a tough time getting gold here in the U.S. That seems a bit nutty, but it’s also a large part of why we don’t use the gold standard anymore.

In fact, Jerome Powell alluded to this in his testimony last year as to why we don’t want to go back to the gold standard. There simply isn’t enough gold to cover all the contracts in existence.

Recently, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (COMEX) and London markets changed their rules to allow 400-ounce bars in London to be substituted for delivery of 100-ounce bars on U.S. contract that was divided up four ways.

Seems reasonable right?

Here’s where the rubber meets the road.

Every time Chicago markets fall short on supply they need to do two things.

  1. Melt down 400-ounce bars into four 100-ounce bars
  2. Ship that to Chicago (during a Pandemic no less)

That’s a large reason why the difference between gold futures and spot prices has been wildly diverging.

Gold Futures (top) vs Spot Gold (Bottom)

We could already be in crisis mode

Initial rumors suggested that some bullion banks that were supposed to make physical delivery in Chicago essentially went under. In theory, that’s what led to this new fractional futures contract from the COMEX.

Congressman Mooney of West Virginia caught wind of the entire matter and demanded answers as to the change. As he eloquently noted, if there are widespread defaults, you don’t have nearly enough gold on hand to cover delivery, which could create financial chaos.

On top of all this, the delivery problems between the U.S. and London may be only part of the issue. Back in London, there could be an issue with delivery between banks.

London trades what’s known as ‘unallocated gold’ or ‘gold credit’ which is issued by the bullion banks. When market makers don’t believe the other can fulfill their obligations, the markets start to freeze up. This might be why gold trading volumes in London have fallen while gold futures volumes have skyrocketed.

How that impacts the ETFs

Thankfully, the GLD ETF trust holds its gold bullion in London, so any transport issues shouldn’t become an issue with the ETF.

However, if there really is a liquidity issue between the market makers, then the ETF could be in for a world of hurt. It derives its prices from the London markets, not gold futures. If participants really are afraid to trade with one another, then share prices of the ETF may get thrown out of whack.

Nonetheless, because the ETF is backed by physical assets, any dislocations from price would be temporary. AKA – you could find some cheap buying opportunities on some crazy news!

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Jeff Bishop Total Alpha: These Are The Stocks That Will Be Historic Buys

Jeff Bishop Total Alpha Strategy is starting to eyeball some stocks for his Total Alpha portfolio and even his personal retirement accounts.

Stocks are starting to get into rally mode—on the hopes the country has flattened out the curve.

And while we’ve seen a surge over the last two sessions.

There are still plenty of good companies which remain beaten up.

I’m starting to eyeball some stocks for my Total Alpha portfolio and even my personal retirement accounts.

Look, it can be difficult to buy these stocks when markets experience a freefall, and the global economy looks bleak.

But you have to stare fear in the eyes and just say: Not Today Pal. 

You see, this is when the savvy trader starts to load up.

However, some stocks won’t recover, while others will take a long time to.

Allow me to explain to you how I find value, and what compels me to buy a stock for the long haul.

The Three Keys To Survival

Do you know why most civilizations started near bodies of water? Location was the single most critical factor determining whether a society flourished. Large bodies of water provided a source of drinking water, food, and commerce.

So what is the equivalent to corporate bodies of water?

I see three main components that tell me whether a company will survive.

  1. Diversified Business Lines – For most of my life, I always looked at diversification as taking away focus from a company’s core capabilities. This epidemic is forcing me to rethink my ideas. Single-line businesses are the highest risk companies at the moment. Royal Caribbean isn’t likely to be around next year. However, Apple offsets hardware sales with music and content services, so at least they have some revenue generation right now.
  2. Minimal Operations – Many companies out there aren’t doing a lick of business. The Cheesecake Factory (CAKE) even said they wouldn’t pay rent this month on any of their locations. However, Wayfair (W) told the market that people stuck at home keep ordering furnishings. A fair amount of companies continue to operate at some level. That helps them retain both customers and talent, precious commodities in this market.
  3. Strong Balance Sheet – The U.S. government may have stepped up with loans to the business community. Yet, companies with large amounts of cash on hand will be able to fully take advantage of the same values we see as retail investors.

I understand that it may be tough to figure out who fits these criteria. That’s while I compiled a shortlist of some companies I want to own as they get cheaper.

Apple (AAPL)

Tim Cook faces a lot of obstacles at the moment. Supply chains have been disrupted. Customers may pull back spending. A huge portion of their workforce lives in Coronavirus hotspots.

Yet, the company has enormous amounts of cash to draw on. I’m talking $100b in cash and short-term investments. That’s more than the size of most major companies.

Regardless of the lockdowns, the company still ships orders to customers, and they continue to bring in money off their content services.

You can see how Apple’s services revenues have climbed over time to account for 20% of their total. Those revenues aren’t likely to disappear during this lockdown.

With such a strong balance sheet, I could easily see Apple picking up smaller startups for pennies that add to their long-term growth. They’ve got plenty of credit to pull on if they want to swing for the fences.

Southwest Airlines (LUV)

Airlines have been obliterated during this pandemic. Most states aren’t allowing for travel, while international flights have become virtually non-existent.

That’s why I like Southwest as they’re the best of the bunch. Southwest doesn’t have the international exposure that a lot of the other companies do. Their point to point business model seems much more likely to work as the patchwork of local economies start to reemerge.

I love the fact that they only have $1.85b in long-term debt, with over $4b in cash on hand. Compare that to Delta Airlines (DAL) with $2.8b in cash an$d 2.29b in long-term debt, and you can see why I like Southwest.

Visa (V)

Let’s be honest – we’re all shopping from home right now. If you haven’t bought something in the past week, you’re probably an outlier.

No one is working with cash right now for two reasons. First, most transactions are moving online. Second, no one wants to touch cash since it could carry the Coronavirus.

Visa is a great company that continues to work at reasonably full capacity. Yes, transactions are down overall, but they aren’t getting cut out like other businesses. We all need to buy groceries, even if that’s our one outing for the week.

Selecting My Entry

With any of these stocks, I don’t have a particular price in mind. Rather, I plan to scale into these trades throughout the next several months.

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Total Alpha Program | Jeff Bishop’s Midweek Market Update

The Fed came and went like a whisper no one heard. They confirmed low-rates and a commitment to higher inflation leading to a muted market response. It’s almost like we knew what they were going to say…

Back on planet Earth, the rest of us were trading the markets in front of us. Stocks took a face plant into the close as investors shrugged off the Fed’s support.

The markets sit at a key inflection point. Let’s take a look at areas you need to pay attention to, and where you can make some healthy green.


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Key Stocks I’m Trading Right Now

Every day, I update my list of stocks that I’m watching for setups. While I normally reserve this for paid members, I’ll give you a look at what I’ve got my eye on.

Expected earnings dates listed in (…)

Stocks I want to bet against…

NFLX (April 21), AMZN (Jan 30), AAPL (Jan 28), FB (Jan 29), CRM (Mar 2), AMD (Jan 28), HUBS (Feb 12), TWLO (Feb 5), NOW (Jan 29), SPCE (Feb 25), TLT (none)

Stocks I want to buy..

CMG (Feb 4), DIS (Feb 4), MJ (none), CVNA (Feb 26), PLNT (Jan 29), UVXY (none), STZ (April 2), UNG (none), TSN (Feb 6), BYND (Jan 27), XLE (none), WMT (Feb 18), BA (Jan 29), WDAY (Feb 27), LK (??), PTON (Feb 5), KL (Feb 20), BUD (Feb 27), BKNG (Feb 26), HON (Jan 31), WORK (Mar 4), TTD (Feb 20)

Amazon already paid me well over $40,000 in the past month. I’m already in trades with AAPL, FB, WDAY…well let’s just say I’ve got a few on the books…most of which are at a profit.

One of The Best Days To Trade

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This is going to be awesome. Not only does the timing line up here, but with yesterday’s close, the markets display a lot of volatility. That creates plenty of opportunities for some juicy trades if you know where to look.

Earnings Deluge

You might have noticed that I’ve got a lot of plays that go through earnings. We’re seeing a lot of stocks trade inside the expected move priced by the options.

The question remains whether the Coronavirus takes a huge chunk out of the Chinese economy. Estimates already suggest shaving off 2% from the already paltry 6% GDP.

That’s what made Apple’s earnings remarkable given their supply chain in China. It’s also why I sold a call spread on the company this week that’s already looking to be a nice trade.

The Strength of Gold

Gold continues to show a ton of strength and is one of the markets I’m pretty bullish on. With equities primed to stall out and uncertainty creeping back in, gold benefits as the defacto ‘safety trade.’

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This is what I’m holding after I already took some sick profits

Even if the precious metal pulled back to the 200-period moving average on the hourly chart, it would still be bullish. That’s why I’m taking dips as opportunities to load up.

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GLD Hourly Chart

Possible Bottom In Energy

Crude oil, and especially natural gas, have been searching for a bottom for quite some time now. If natural gas gets much cheaper, they’ll be giving it out with packs of baseball cards.

The record production within the U.S. could be slowing as rig counts continue to decline.

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The bottom in rigs in 2016 led to a decent rally in energy stocks through the remainder of the year, as well as the commodities themselves. While we probably have a but more to go given the stockpiles, we also have much higher global demand than we did then.

High Profits

I have to admit that I really like the cannabis industry at the moment. Times continue to change, with many states now legalizing medical marijuana if not recreational use. We’re already seeing presidential candidates talk about the issue, which could bring about change as soon as next year.

In particular, I like the ETF MJ that invests in the sector. It’s got a great risk/reward here as it’s very close to its all-time lows. Plus, it yields over 7% (though that’s likely unsustainable).

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MJ Daily Chart

Check out the recent pop that broke the sustained downtrend. With a nice retracement, this ETF looks prime for the picking. This is one of those trades that could pay out for months to come.

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Jeff Bishop’s Total Alpha Program | Making $43,000 in AMZN The Easy Way

Yesterday may have been a rough day for some traders, as the S&P 500 declined by 52 points, -1.58%, on fears that the coronavirus could weigh down the global economy.

But it didn’t have to be. In fact, I actually made over $24,389 from trading options.

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And while yesterday was the first volatile trading day of the year. I am ready for anything… whether it’s a bounce or continued sell-off.

I’ll be alerting Total Alpha subscribers on my game plan and trades throughout the day.

While the market tries to figure itself out, I want to take this time to talk to about an options trade I had on Amazon a few days ago.

But this time, we won’t be talking about options at all.

Instead, I want to discuss something called the Life Cycles of a Stock.

Study it, and you’ll be on your way to adding more 0’s to your bank account.

Breaking Down The AMZN Trade

Iron condors combine a put credit spread and a call credit spread. This creates the ‘wings’ of the trade.

Here’s a quick example.

  • Stock ABC trades at $100
  • You sell the $110 call contract and buy the $115 call contract
  • Then you sell the $90 put contract and buy the $85 put contract.
  • You will receive a credit for this transaction

The goal is to get the stock to land between the closest strikes at expiration, in this case, $90 and $110.

Now, I bring this up because I want to explain a little trick here. You don’t have to execute this trade all at once. Instead, it’s perfectly acceptable to start with a call credit spread and then add the put credit spread later on or visa versa.

You’re probably asking – why would I do this?

Well, the closer you are to the strikes, the more you get paid for that portion of the trade. If you have a range bound stock, you can start with one side of the trade, and add the other one when it gets closer to the other end.

Let’s use the Amazon trade as an example. The hourly chart highlights an area where the stock traded in a narrow range for the last month.

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AMZN Hourly Chart

Imagine you were just trading the stock. If you saw a stock stuck in the range, you would sell at the highs and buy at the lows.

That’s basically what we’re doing here but with credit spreads. When Amazon made its first drive higher up to $1900, I took that opportunity to sell a call credit spread. That paid me a good chunk of change since I was so close to the strikes.

When the stock dropped down to $1832, I sold the put credit spread. After that, I simply waited the trade out.

Because I used the swings in price to get fatter payouts on the credit spreads, I not only reduced my overall risk but increased my earnings. This is how you combine timing and chart analysis with credit spreads.

But the real secret is leveraging a stock’s life cycle.

Using Life Cycle Analysis

I recently did a live event where I explained the three stages of a stock’s life cycle. These are the churns it goes through as it wiggles its way higher.

First, stocks go through a reversal. This doesn’t break the longer-term trend. Instead, it creates a short-term turn. I use these to time when I sell the put or call spreads at the tops and bottoms of the ranges. You can actually see this in action on the AMZN chart in mid-January. The crossover of the 13-period moving average below the 30-period moving average signaled a reversal move lower.

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AMZN Hourly Chart

Second, we have the reset areas. After a significant run, stocks like to pull back below their 200-period moving average. These make great places to sell put spreads underneath to eat up the clock. You can see that type of move from November through December in AMZN.

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AMZN Hourly Chart

Lastly, there’s the launchpad. This happens when that same stock breaks out above the 200-period moving average and gets ready to take off. This shows up on the AMZN chart in late December.

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AMZN Hourly Chart

Knowing these three phases to the stock’s movement is essential for timing your trades.

You can check out some more examples of the lifecycle in my video replay.

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Total Alpha Trading Program | Intermarket Analysis

Hold on to your knickers cause the markets are about to take us for a wild ride. With futures pointed to a massive decline at the open, we need to look at what’s in store for the indexes

The Federal Reserve delivers its first announcement of the year on Wednesday. Hamstrung by a fragile market and jawboning politicians, they’re widely expected to leave rates unchanged. The open question – will they soothe scared investors?

Jerome Powell already upended economists by allowing for U.S. inflation to rise above its 2% mandate – a statement that probably has Adam Smith turning in his grave.

Interestingly, we’ve managed to stay below historical levels, with the one exception being the period from the late ‘50s to the late ‘60s.

This leads me into the bond market as our first stop this week…a place that could rise further than we’ve seen already.

Bright Bond Outlook

Normally, I stick with the hourly chart when I look for setups that fit my money-pattern. However, the weekly chart for the bond market looks fascinating.

TLT Weekly Chart

Last week the bond market closed above the upper trendline that connected the high points of the candles since August. That signals bonds want to break higher out of this consolidation range.

Supported by an easy Fed, bond demand remains strong. With zero and negative interest rates around the globe, it’s an easy choice for investors. Plus, when the market finally pulls back, its inverse relationship with bonds will give it an extra push.

Markets Fired a Warning Shot

Friday’s close was different than the ones we’ve seen over the last month or so. Stocks traded weakly all day, closing in poor fashion.

SPY Hourly Chart

I first noticed the bearish money pattern crossover Friday where the 13-period moving average crossed below the 30-period moving average. Then, the market proceeded to fill the gap, and not only close at that level, but below the past couple of days. This is known as an ‘engulfing’ candle. When it happens like this at highs, it’s a bearish reversal.

The Nasdaq didn’t look as bad. But, it’s dangerously close to making a bearish crossover as well.

QQQ Hourly Chart

Now you may ask, why would this bearish crossover be any different than the light pullback we got at the end of December?

The difference is how it occurred. December’s ranged didn’t extend as far as this decline in a single day. The entire move in December was 1% from top to bottom over two days. Friday’s was 1.55% in a single day.

But let’s look at the other evidence out there.

A Significant Rise In The VIX

Back in December, the VIX hardly budged as the market rolled over. Compare that with what Friday’s move looked like in the VIX.

VIX Daily Chart

The strength behind this move was more powerful than December’s. The only saving grace was that it didn’t close above the 200-period daily moving average Friday. But I think that is only a matter of time.

Another point in favor of this decline comes from the VVIX. The VVIX, which measures demand on the VIX, actually declined on the rise in the VIX at the end of December. Friday the VVIX climbed alongside the VIX as markets fell.

VVIX Daily Chart

This is more indicative of a sustainable pullback. It would make sense given how in 2018, markets ran straight up for a month before pulling back. We’re pretty close to that timing now.

Gold Looks Glorious

I added call options in the GLD last week to my Total Alpha portfolio. Gold’s chart depicts a bullish market ready to break higher.

When I look at the hourly GLD chart, I see a bullish crossover as well as a consolidation pattern near the upper end of the trading range.

GLD Hourly Chart

GLD came close to touching the hold highs Friday. The longer it hovers here, the more likely it breaks through to much higher levels. A downdraft in the markets would certainly help this along.

Crude Looking For a Bottom

I’ll admit I’m surprised at how far crude has fallen. However, that aligns with why I would expect a pullback in stocks.

At this point, crude oil will want to test its previous lows. In the USO that coincides with $10.50-$11.00. Breaking those levels would require a lot more selling pressure than we’ve seen so far.

USO Daily Chart

Part of why I’m looking for a bottom in crude oil is its volatility. Like the S&P 500, crude oil has its own volatility measure. Right now the OVIX is at pretty high levels.

OVIX Daily Chart

That’s not to say that oil volatility is at record levels. Rather, it’s at relatively high levels. So it certainly can go lower. But, the OVIX is mean-reverting and is overextended in the short-term.

Betting Against China

Before the Coronavirus hit the wires, I already had an option bet against Chinese stocks. This paid me over 100%, and I still have part of the position.

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Jeff Bishop’s Total Alpha Strategy Review | The Market Is About To Crack

I’m going to make a bold call – the market tops out here in the next two weeks.

Early this week, I started seeing internal market indicators flashing warning signs. Even though the indexes kept closing higher—there were some key laggards.

I told my Total Alpha Members that it was time to put my money where my mouth is.

That’s why I began selling deep-in-the-money call spreads in some overextended names.

Currently, I’m sitting on 50 spreads— betting against TSLA.

If I’m right, I make $14,500. If I’m wrong, I lose $10,500.

By the way… I have 6 trades on 6 different stocks just like this in my Total Alpha Portfolio.

So why am I such a bear all of a sudden when I just pulled down a massive $42,455 Win on AMZN being a bull?

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What would make me give up on trades like these?

Because that’s what my analysis tells me.

Let me walk you through my thought process, and see if you agree.

Leaders Rolling Over

I first spotted the leaders slowing down. We’re talking Apple, Amazon, Tesla… all the heavy hitters didn’t continue to make new highs.

Here’s what I’m talking about. Let’s look at the hourly chart of AAPL.

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AAPL Hourly Chart

There’s two critical pieces of information here. First, I want you to see that the 13-period moving average is getting closer and closer to crossing over the 30-period moving average.

That’s what I call my ‘money pattern.’ This pattern isn’t just for trade setups. It highlights potential trend changes in a stock.

Second, look at the two arrows. The left arrow points to the last consolidation area. The bottom of this consolidation is support. Now, the second arrow points to the candle that closes below that level. That is a telling break of the hourly support.

At first, you’re like ‘Who cares… one stock means nothing.’ That’s true. Now, I want to draw your attention to the same phenomenon on several other leaders.

Amazon looks significantly worse. Take a look at its hourly chart.

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AMZN Hourly Chart

You can see how Amazon already had the crossover occur. It went back to test the underside of the 30-period moving average before heading lower.

This stock looks much weaker and likely headed for the gravitational line.

Do yourself a favor, take a look around and see if you can spot some of these. They’re most prominent in the tech sector at the moment.

VIX Holding Its Ground

Under normal circumstances, the VIX and markets have an inverse relationship. This means that as the VIX climbs, stocks fall. When stocks rally, the VIX falls.

Right now, that’s not the case. We’re seeing the same markets up 10-20 points every day on the S&P 500. But the VIX isn’t playing ball. While it hasn’t rallied hard, it’s not dropping either.

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VIX Hourly Chart

I know that the VIX can fall lower than $12. Heck, it spent most of 2017 below $11. But when I see stocks rallying every day, and the VIX not rolling over, it makes me wonder.

Not to be left behind, the VVIX – which measures option demand on the VIX – is also rising.

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VVIX Hourly Chart

This is my favorite leading indicator for the markets. You can see how the VVIX already jumped and is about ready to create a money pattern crossover to the upside. That signals more demand for VIX options (normally calls), which should indicate traders buying protection against a downturn.

Safety Rally

Let me take it a step further and discuss the gold trade. Gold continues to be on an absolute tear. You often see traders stash money here when the market goes down as a ‘safety trade.’

Right now, we’re seeing a lot of buying in gold.

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GLD Hourly Chart

Initially, it looked like gold might roll over… and it still might. But it’s rallying while the rest of the market is as well. If it gets any more steam, we’ll see a bullish money pattern crossover here as well.

Let me give you one last piece of evidence to support my thesis. Bonds tend to trade inverse the stock market. While this isn’t always true – and certainly hasn’t been the last few years because of the Fed – short-term, you will see money hide there.

Right now, bonds look really bullish.

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My Conclusion – Hide The Kids

With so many stocks overbought, and a run that’s virtually gone on for 90 days straight, we’re due for a correction. 2018 ripped higher in January only to get throttled in February. That’s precisely what I see happening here.

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