The Housing Bubble Has Popped…Are Stocks Next?

It is it increasingly likely that the bull market in the stock market is over. Here’s why…

by Graham Summers of Gains, Pains & Capital

It is looking increasingly likely that the bull market is OVER.

The Russell 2000 (IWM) has lead the S&P 500 throughout the bull market begun January 2016. Over that time period, the Russell 2000 rose 54% compared to the S&P 500’s performance of 42%.

This is of major importance because the Russell 2000 actually peaked back in July and has since broken its bull market trendline.

You can add this to the string of MAJOR warnings we’re getting about stocks. If you think the market is healthy, take a look at the homebuilder ETF (XHB) relative to the S&P 500.

So you’ve got the “growth index” (the Russell 2000) ending its bull market… while economically-sensitive sectors like homebuilders are in full-scale Meltdown Mode.

The message here is clear: BUCKLE UP.

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Best Regards

Graham Summers

Chief Market Strategist

Phoenix Capital Research