Table of Contents: 

1)  When “rotation” is really “churning,” it’s not very bullish.

2)  The relationship between the bond & stock market has reached a dicey juncture.

3)  Watch the consumer for signs of US growth, but watch South Korea for signs on global growth.

4)  Some (non-Mag 7) tech stocks have become extremely oversold!

5)  The most important index to watch over the next few weeks just might be the S&P 500 Equal Weight Index.

6)  The homebuilders are not acting well at all…as mortgage rates hover around 7%.

7)  The banks have been cheap for years…but they remain vulnerable.

8)  Potpourri…”Ok, we’ll go.”……June 6, 1944. 

9)  Summary of our current stance. 


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