As the late, great, Nat King Cole used to sing…” Those days of soda, and pretzels and beer.”
If you’re a millennial or Gen Z’er and are thinking: “Nat who?” just ask your parents (or grandparents) about him.
With the 4th of July marking the halfway point of summer, it’s been anything but lazy or hazy. However, crazy days of summer are a different thing.
(*Side note…If June 21st is the official first day of summer, how can July 4th be the middle of summer? Does that mean July 17th is the end of summer? I never could figure that out).
Anyway, when you look at the madness happening all around the world, you’d conclude that the crazy days of summer are just getting warmed up (pun intended).
The markets are certainly no exception to this madness. And we’ve been saying since January that 2018 will redefine how you look at volatility (HERE).
There isn’t a day that goes by without some “alleged guru” reminding you that the market is due for a 70% crash.
In a weird way I wish they were right.
There are plenty of great stocks out there that I’d love to buy at a 70% discount. But I don’t believe we’re near a crash of that magnitude. At least, not yet?
Let me remind you that, for the last nine years we’ve been in The Most Hated Bull Market in History.
And if you’ve missed it, you know exactly what I mean.
As a result, most naysayers want you to believe the crash is imminent and will happen any day now.
They’re wrong…and they’ve been wrong for over nine years.
Learn why they’re wrong and why listening to them could cost you a fortune.
…“You’ll wish that summer could always be here.”