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Why The Current Weakness In S&P 500 Is Deceptive

  
By Monica KingsleyJul 16, 2020 10:22AM ET
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Why The Current Weakness In S&P 500 Is Deceptive
By Monica Kingsley   |  Jul 16, 2020 10:22AM ET

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Mike Roddy
Mike Roddy Jul 16, 2020 6:19PM ET
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perfect storm coming, it's been all about the Fed offsetting the effects of corvid with 80 billion a month in liquidity going into the market every month. now the CDC numbers are being redirected to the Whitehouse presumably to shave the numbers which will fail bigly. the real virus numbers will be revised down causing the fed to pullback support, then we'll have millions of unemployed with no stimulus, reduced fed liquidity and a sickened population. buying small caps now could mean losing 50% later. there's no leadership, everything the current administration is doing is to prop the market up for a couple more months but the end result will be disastrous for small caps.
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Monica Kingsley
Monica Kingsley Jul 16, 2020 6:19PM ET
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Mike Roddy: Please, look at Fed balance sheet data - they're still tightening on a weekly basis. Most of the cases are asymptomatic, deaths are down. The virus has mutated, and a different strain is predominant now - more contagious, but far less deadly than was the case around March. If more CARES Act support indeed reached S&ME, that would be great - is it really the case now? America needs to go back to the values that made this country great - it's entrepreneurship and honest work.
Fausto Chavez
Fausto Chavez Jul 16, 2020 6:19PM ET
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Monica Kingsley  Deaths are down? that's just a function of the east hot spots getting locked down and bending the curve, Meanwhile Red states seeings their numbers explode. Deaths will be back up sooner rather than later.
Monica Kingsley
Monica Kingsley Jul 16, 2020 6:19PM ET
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Fausto Chavez Have you seen the CDC chart I featured recently? Yes, markedly down from spring. And isn't it the riots rather than reopenings that driving cases higher? That's my take.
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Fausto Chavez Jul 16, 2020 6:19PM ET
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Monica Kingsley  No I have not seen your CDC charts. I think the reopening and people being careless is creating the new hot spots. What are your thoughts on QQQ....I think sector rotation this week had money leaving tech but that also it gave QQQ a chance to cool off to put higher and maybe test the highs.
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Monica Kingsley Jul 16, 2020 6:19PM ET
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Fausto Chavez See my July 9 article "The Renewed S&P 500 Upswing Is Coming". I'll surely feature thoughts on XLK on Monday
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