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Markets are in distress mode and the level of selling pressure and panic is tremendous!

NASDAQ, as a whole, has been in retreat four weeks in a row and the flagship NASDAQ 100 is having its worst month of January EVER, plus its worst month, in general, since the depths of the 2008 Great Financial Crisis, but we’re not in a similar situation, which makes me think that this selloff is nearing its end.

For the NASDAQ to fall over 1% a few days in a row is something we only saw in December 2018 and in 2008.

These are some of the biggest and most intense selloffs since the days… There are intra-day rallies and drops that are 2% and 3% wide…

Even the VIX is inverted, which rarely happens and the retail survey is the same as it was in the summer of 2020!

Courtesy:, Refinitiv

The iShares Russell 2000 ETF, the largest exchange-traded fund tracking the index, saw the biggest outflow since April last month and is on pace for a $1.4 billion withdrawal in January, with six more sessions to go, at the same time as gold saw something unexpected – record inflow on Friday!

If you need another reason to BUY equities and gold, know the S&P 500 has only started the year as destructive as in 2022, more than one hundred years ago, in 1920:

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    Wall Street is not being polite and diplomatic; it’s not asking for meeting with the FED — it’s selling and forcing the FED to think differently about its 2022 policy, especially in light of the fact that Omicron labor shortages seem to be peaking.

    It won’t take much more to get Powell entangled in a U-turn:

    Courtesy:, Bloomberg

    Now, let’s talk GOLD:

    Friday was the biggest 1-day gain by weight for GLD ETF since September 21st 2020 and the biggest 1-day growth in Dollar terms since inception. 

    I want to leave you with this thought:

    The retail public now believes that we’re in the beginning of a bear market – are we going to pretend that the masses are right again, even though we know their consensus view is nearly ALWAYS a sign that the other side is correct?

    Save me the trouble of explaining why the average person can’t time events in the market. In 2-5 years, this January will be viewed as a MASSIVE buying opportunity, but the fact that gold ETF just saw record inflow and not even a quick mention of it was made in the news, while silver is seeing outflows still, means that smart money is positioning, but retail is nowhere near getting excited on metals.

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