Early in the video, where I show the history of our index against the S&P 500, I remind the viewer of what I was anticipating back in the day -- that when our index turns red and we turn cautious, in all likelihood the market will rally a bit further.
I forgot to explain why that might occur: It's simply because the very same data that would have us cautious would spook policymakers into taking measures that would likely boost equity markets in an attempt to inspire the sort of reflexivity that they'd hope would avert an impending economic slowdown.
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