The markets fell after the Fed took its first massive shot across the bow into Sunday, March 15, then barely reacted to the ultimate unlimited quantitative easing pledge to follow. They’re finally rebounding for the past two days, on news of the $2-trillion fiscal stimulus bill just agreed on early this morning with $4 trillion in Fed loans to boot.
That may not be enough.
Seeing an end to the present acceleration outside of China would be the strongest factor for that sustainable bear market bounce that occurs after the first 40%+ bubble crash.
There was a doctor that did see the China surge in COVID-19 slowing down before everyone else – because he saw the rate of daily case growth slowing even though the total numbers kept piling up and looking bleak.
He must have had some understanding of the S-Curve, which is the pattern that most exemplifies how new technologies, social behaviors or viruses move into a population. It is the key to measuring an…