Thanks for joining us for Part 2 of our interview with technical analyst Sven Henrich. Sven sees a much more volatile future ahead for the markets & explains how he plans to trade them.
Two weeks ago on this program, in our weekly market recap, financial advisors Lance Roberts made the statement: “All the fundamentals are bearish, but the all technical action is bullish”
We discussed how one of them was likely to prevail in the near future.
Well, here just two weeks later, the market action is looking a lot more shaky.
But to get the best sense of exactly what the technicals are telling us right now, we’re fortunate to welcome Sven Henrich of NorthmanTrader back on the program to discuss both his latest macro and market outlooks.
On Wednesday, we sent you Part 1 of our interview with technical analyst Sven Henrich.
In it, he made the macro case that markets are at their most over-valued levels in all of history.
Here in Part 2, Sven conducts a detailed walk-through of the charts he is famous for, and explains how technical analysis is showing that market internals are swiftly eroding.
Volatility is on the rise.
The Dow, the Nasdaq and the Russell have all recently experienced failedbreakouts.
And despite the prices of the major indices being propped up by a scant few big tech names, many of the individual stocks within them are down hard this year.
With the Federal Reserve’s taper starting, Sven sees that could serve as the trigger to send the market’s house of cards toppling next year.
This new video, the second in our 3-part series with Sven, provides an abundance of data no prudent investor should ignore.