SPX500 three drivers to complete?

FX:SPX500   S&P 500 Index
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to finish the rant...

Unfortunately, because this market did not correct when it should have based on the fundamentals, we may have passed the point of no return to the traditionally economy we have know for generations of not hundreds of centuries. i.e. right now it is a catch 22, between bond market and equities, currencies and economies, cash flow and debt to GDP. Everything is at a critical stage of balance. Lower rates have not increased the borrowing of the individual or created jobs, because they did not also enact a law requiring credit rating companies to cure and heal the individual's credit after the 2008 housing collapse fiasco. Banks are corporations are healed now, and are using what should be borrowed money by individuals to buy back their own stock just to elevate stock prices, which should be illegal, further corrupting the economics of corporate valuations and fundamentals. Frustrated with your fib numbers and indicators not working as previous? Why are you amazed? Don't be. Its a new system, looking left may not make you right anymore. Look right to be right now, but at what? Do not kid yourself, buy and hold, long term trading is dead, at least until the new system gets established. This could all take ten years or more, but it is coming, and it is started. I know a few people, let's just say that, that know what is coming, but even they don't know when, or even how, except for the basics. They are scared, maybe not that they will not survive it, but if they are involved (many are retiring early just to get out of the way of it) the shear work load it will take and the tribulation that comes with such a huge change to financials and societies.Corrections are a healthy thing, to a traditional market, but this is no longer a traditional market. It should have Oct 2014, and they did not let it. The 200 Day MA, all agreed, would not fail, and it did not, congrats boys, you corrupted the healthy reset that would have kept hope alive for this system to endure. But you just could not trust the system, could you? You had to manipulate, once again, and that may have been the point of no return folks. The entire financial world is on a 10% leveraged buy, and the margin call that they hope will not come, will come. Well, I am frustrated, sad, and now ending my rant of how the greed of human nature spoiled a good thing. Man cannot just leave well enough alone. Well, it was a good economic system while it lasted. Remember Adam and Eve? Paradise was simply not enough, they had to eat the apple             .
Claydoc- That's a mouthful but I am of the same mind- don't know when or how this mkt will break but it will and for the reasons you which you have pointed.
claydoctor PRO pedroscott
Bottom line, Looks like the three drivers will complete now. We are so far from fundamental control of markets, and with so many tinkering world wide, it will only take a little mix up and volatility will return (and has), Greece, china, yen, dollar, oil, and like I have posted before, inflation only below 2% because of oil so low, when oil takes off again, inflation will kick, and even if wages only up a bit now, FED will have to raise. Inflation is their big worry. Imagine with all this talk of we will signal ahead of meetings, etc let you know one meeting in advance, etc. and they have to call an emergency mtg to raise rates? Wow, the markets will have a hissy fit.
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