STIFEL: The current bull market “is more linear than the 1920s and 1990s bull markets, and is just starting the ‘blow-off top’ stage ..” pic.twitter.com/1lzbgZ18oI
— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) January 15, 2020
The top five U.S. companies now make up 18% of the total market cap of the S&P 500, the highest percentage in history, according to Morgan Stanley.
Equity put/call ratio hitting extremes lately pic.twitter.com/nUqvpFF52F
— Liz Ann Sonders (@LizAnnSonders) January 15, 2020
fed balance sheet contracted last week pic.twitter.com/66A1XIfvYa
— Alastair Williamson (@StockBoardAsset) January 13, 2020
Another huge pro-cyclical bubble, shovelling investors into already overvalued sectors, waiting to burst? t.co/ZCjAhhBzlg
— Albert Edwards (@albertedwards99) January 15, 2020
Big divergence.. risks happen fast pic.twitter.com/w7PwBXzk8R
— The Insider Trader (@AlessioUrban) January 15, 2020
$BAC Now Saying Pulling Back On Credit Cards…
“Responsible Growth” = Tightening Lending Standards…Banks suddenly decided to Tighten Standards?! Not according to the SLOO Survey.
— PlungeProtectionTeam (@gamesblazer06) January 15, 2020
"Sudden revaluation of one of the most well-researched companies in the world"…AAPL pic.twitter.com/uKtHIE0r2u
— M/I_Investments (@MI_Investments) January 15, 2020