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Markets Rally +6% – Is There More to Come? | 3:00 on Markets & Money

(10/5/22) A very strong rally on the S&P has added 6.3% over the past couple of days, which places the MAC-D very close to triggering a buy signal. However, this doesn't necessarily preclude a bit of a pullback, which would create an opportunity to add a little more exposure to stocks. One item to note: Market Volatility has been subdued during this entire bear market, but in September showed a strong pickup in activity. The last couple of days, however, Volatility has seen a drop-off. Remember, Volatility runs inverse to the market, so a sell-signal is technically a buy-signal for stocks. Bonds are also suggesting that we might see a bond market rally as well as a stock market rally over the next couple of weeks. Interest rates are an inverse indicator for bonds; interest rates have triggered a sell-signal, which is a buy-signal for bonds. As mutual funds and pension funds begin to strategist for the end of the year, there still remains some fuel for a market rally.

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