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Just because the Fed uttered a few comforting words to the market doesn’t mean that we are out of the woods. Talk is cheap. Money talks. Fed BS walks. Show me the money, the big money, then we’ll talk about a potentially bullish scenario. Because as of now, it’s not there.
This report will show you exactly why both stocks and bonds are riding for a fall, and will give you a good idea of exactly what to do about it.
The Federal tax collection data for January makes you wonder.
Why did the Fed panic?
True, withholding tax collections collapsed, thanks to the government shutdown. And that revenue collapse, while temporary, has ramifications in terms of causing an unusually large bulge in new supply this month that will be problematic for the stock and bond markets. If it isn’t, then we’ve moved into an alternate universe driven by fantasy, and leverage, that will come to a crashing halt one day soon.
But there’s another side to the tax data coin, and it tells a completely different story. This report covers the gory details in Technicolor charts and colorful language too!