Posted Aug 24, 2015 by Martin Armstrong
The leading story for the sell-off has been Wall Street’s shock by the mounting worries over instability in China and emerging markets. The tumultuous decline has sent investors clamoring to race into safe-haven assets amid the confusion. Why anyone missed this is really befuddling since China’s share market peaked in 2007 and the rally into 2015 has been merely a reaction instead of a bull market. The devaluation of the renminbi is another shocking mystery since the dollar bottomed in 2013, and 2014 was an outright reversal to the upside. So the devaluation was merely in line with the trend, not a change in trend. This is how the fundamentals are applied without any common sense. It was simply time for a correction because we needed the last rush to the safe-haven to create the bubble in government bonds for this turn in the ECM. Thus, this correction is on point and good because it will distract everyone from the real crisis — debt.
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