Does It Matter If the Fed is the One Forcing Stocks Higher?

It is looking increasingly as if the bottom is in.

At the March lows, the percentage of stocks trading below their 200-day moving averages hit levels associated with major bottoms (think 2002 or 2009).

This doesn’t mean we couldn’t revisit the lows… but it does suggest that we won’t see levels much lower than those of late March.

Indeed, have ramped 30% from their lows in late March. Every dip has been bought aggressively or resulted in a consolidation that was then resolved upwards with great energy.

Historically, the faster and larger the bounce following a crash, the less likelihood that we fall to new lows or crash further in a big way.

Now, before you get frustrated with me, let me say that I’m well aware that the stock market bottomed due to Fed intervention and that the Fed is manipulating everything.

I’m NOT saying I agree with what the Fed has done, nor am I saying it was the right thing to do.

Whether the person buying the stock market is someone like you or me, or it’s the Fed, doesn’t matter. Buyers are overpowering sellers time and again.

After all, if the Fed wants to force the market to rise, which would you do… say it’s fake and sit on losses or use the Fed’s policy to make money for yourself and your family?

As I keep saying time and again, it’s not what we think that matters, it’s what the market thinks. And the market thinks we’re going higher for now.

That also think the Fed and other central banks are going unleash an inflationary storm. Gold is breaking out in every major currency.

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Best Regards

Graham Summers

Chief Market Strategist

Phoenix Capital Research