The Dow Jones Transportation index is massively diverging from the S&P 500.
Just happens to be at the same time as the Chinese economy is having major issues.
Overall US stocks look poised to follow to the downside. pic.twitter.com/ZRGiFVucBl
— Otavio (Tavi) Costa (@TaviCosta) September 14, 2021
#Evergrande's collapse has begun. The firm just entered technical default.
Point of comparison: by itself Evergrande is likely to default on more debt in value than the ENTIRETY of all assets that imploded during the entirety of the US subprime crisis.t.co/nKQpQCANi4
— Peter Zeihan (@PeterZeihan) September 14, 2021
Short of 2008 I have never seen a market fail so many rallies in just 2-3 weeks.
I mean…every one slammed for 3 weeks now.
Very early to say this, but feels like a bear market might be brewing, one that lasts months to 1-2 yrs, not weeks….dependent on policy decisions.
— Endless Capital (@nunziato_frank) September 14, 2021
— Sven Henrich (@NorthmanTrader) September 14, 2021
"The gap in consumer disposable income, higher inflation and lower wages in the U.S. could be cause for worry. The last two times we saw such a wide divergence, economic growth slowed to the point of a recession:" @VCignarella via @theterminal pic.twitter.com/MDwpMSCASc
— Lisa Abramowicz (@lisaabramowicz1) September 14, 2021