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From "Gung-ho" to "Cautious": How Sector Rotation Data Helps You Spot Trend Changes

by Murray Gunn
Updated: March 19, 2020

"GDP." "Unemployment." "Inflation."
Let us show you the wealth of information BEYOND the mainstream.

Turn on TV right now, and you'll hear lots of well-worded opinions that the global economy, badly hit by the pandemic, will drag the stock market even lower.

It makes sense ... except, do you remember what shape the economy was in when the latest bull market began in March 2009?

It was in shambles, trying to recover from the Great Recession. That didn't stop the stock market from starting a 10-year bull run.

Similarly, today the economy is the wrong place to look if you want to know what's next for stocks.

As the video explained, you have to watch for that switch in market psychology from "cautious" back to "gung-ho."

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