Recipe for a Violent Rally
In this week’s stock market update, we will review the bottoming process that we believe is underway across U.S. stocks. Much to the chagrin of most investors, stocks don’t bottom and go directly up; they bottom through a process of testing previous lows and slowly working off willing sellers at higher prices. As those sellers are exhausted inventory, the stock recovery gains steam. After a successful retest of higher lows this week, our research suggests we are one step closer to escape velocity to much higher levels.
- Retail investors raised cash at the fastest pace since before the pandemic –> contrarian buy signal
- S&P 500 daily RSI fell to 26, the lowest reading since March 2020 –> oversold = buy signal
- Retail sentiment (AAII) fell to the worst reading since 2013 –> contrarian buy signal
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