A Permanently High Plateau

news.goldseek.com / By CAPTAINHOOK / 17 April 2017

Margin debt hits fresh new highs, but according to status quo puppets, nothing to worry about because its different this time. (i.e. just like 1929 – in the words of Irving Fisher, “a permanently high plateau” [of prosperity].) And in a sense such talk is correct, because the markets have never been more rigged, however even with this, the bureaucracy’s price managers will fail at some point (stocks usually peak a few months after a margin debt peak), as all faulty and unfair systems self-destruct from within eventually. In the case of the stock market, as with all other previous episodes since 1987, it’s speculator exhaustion that develops, where while the present sequence is pushing the extremes, it too will end.

That said, the extreme could always get ‘more extreme’. According to Martin Armstrong (his computer?) the Dow could go to 42,000. In looking at the monthly CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) below, I’m afraid I can’t agree with Marty this time, at least not with his cavalier call for a doubling of the Dow from here. Yes, if speculator betting practices don’t change as we head into summer,

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