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 I'm very bullish. I can take the pain of that (and in truth this "pain" is something of a joke compared to what we went through in the 80s and 90s). I won't even attempt to trade the short side and such a strong bullish Market this move notwithstanding. That makes the current situation all the more juicy for getting or building long position–even if Kora's research manifests here and it goes on to seeing lower prices. Higher highs in the coming weeks and months are inevitable. This thing is nowhere near a high in price, in valuation or sentiment.

Russ Sears writes:

Perhaps I am too conspiracy and paranoid minded, but I see a parallel to Kavanaugh seated and Trumps election where market participants on the left saw a tragedy, and quickly exited only to miss out on a nice bull market. Not that I think Kavanaugh seat matter much to the economy or markets direction. But when people work themselves up into turmoil the markets reflect more volatility as it's made up of people's emotions
 


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