In 2020 and again in 2022, investors had a situation that was staring them straight in the face...and they ignored it.  The same thing is happening again with today's regional banking crisis.

Table of Contents:

1)  The evidence of an upcoming recession keeps rolling in.

2)  We’re even starting to see some important cracks in the consumer.

3)  Speaking of the consumer, many retailers report next week.  We’ll be focused on Walmart.

4)  The weakness in the stocks of private equity firms is very telling.

5)  We’re seeing cracks in the China rebound as well.  That’s not good for global growth.

6)  Updated charts on the S&P 500, the NDX 100, & the Russell 2000 (which is now down YTD).

7)  Why can’t the tech ETF’s rally more…with the continued rally in the big-cap tech names?

8)  Is bitcoin’s recent decline telling us that there’s less emergency liquidity in the system now?

9)  Ely Lilly (LLY)….Great run, but it’s getting VERY overbought.

10)  Summary of our current stance…..Like 2020 & late 2021, it’s staring us right in the face.

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