What could go wrong? 😜 t.co/IWTKyLuhe3
— JoeFriday714 (@joefriday_714) February 21, 2021
JUNK BONDS ARE AT AN INFLECTION POINT 👇👇👇 pic.twitter.com/b81HtEDNev
— Win Smart, CFA (@WinfieldSmart) February 22, 2021
NDX/XLE ratio shows that this bubble is way bigger than the dotcom bubble.
Like I have been saying. This is 1929 on steroids. pic.twitter.com/tXjELutsBt
— Hoz (@MFHoz) February 21, 2021
Market caps and valuations are very high and many of these names just don't move anymore.
The indices needing to rebalance out could be a big problem.
— Mr. Deplorable (@Ponzi1945) February 21, 2021
Nikola $8 billion – no revenue
Airbnb $120 billion – no assets
Tesla $750 billion – no profit
Bitcoin $1 trillion – no use
— Chadford Whitmore VI (@PunchableFaceVI) February 21, 2021
Our good friend Adam Taggart, sat down with highly-respected economic analyst Stephanie Pomboy of MacroMavens.com to discuss how the discrepancy between today’s record financial asset prices and the underlying economy they’re supposed to reflect are the farthest off she’s ever seen in her entire career.She predicts a shockingly painful market correction looms in the coming months.But worse than that, she expects that the central banks and their respective government will continue their stimulus expansion, stoking inflation and continuing to worsen society’s accelerating wealth