Credit Isn’t Buying the “V” rally in Stocks

A key issue to note if you want to time market turns is that stocks are always the last asset class to "get it."

Consider that high yield credit or Junk Bonds (HYG) have lead stocks from the January ’16 lows.

Credit lead stocks from the '16 lows

HYG also peaked and rolled over before the S&P 500 during this recent meltdown (blue vs. black circles).

Credit led stocks during the recent collapse

With that in mind, I note that HYG is NOT leading the S&P 500 during this recent bounce. If anything HYG is lagging and preparing to roll over again (blue line vs. black line).

Credit isn't buying this rally

This is a major warning to the bulls. Credit isn’t buying this rally for a minute. And remember, stocks are always last to “get it.” And the next leg down will be far worse than the first.

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Best Regards

Graham Summers

Chief Market Strategist

Phoenix Capital Research

 

 

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