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These 3 Charts Show Signs of a Major Stock Market Top

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Something Wicked This Way Comes!  Or at least MAY be coming.

Liquidity moves markets!

Follow the money. Find the profits! 

Let’s start with the all-time record net short VIX positions by speculators.

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Not a good sign at all.

Then we have the S&P500 Triple Top (blue line) and Gator Jaws (S&P500 Index relative to the Citi Economic Surprise Index for the USA).

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Then we have another gator jaw: S&P500 index relative to S&p500 adjusted EPS.

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My former MBA student at University of Chicago, Kevin Smith of Crescat Capital in Denver, has this nice interview on trading the end of a cycle.

In other words, something wicked this way comes. Maybe.

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