If you were looking for more comparisons that we’re in meltdown mode, yesterday was it.
Marc Marquez is known as the best motorcycle racer of the past decade. He has won multiple back-to-back Moto GP championships and has crashed and broken numerous bones.
He has been out of races, not scoring a single point at least once in every season in which he has competed, but no one else knows the limits of his machine quite like Marc Marquez.
The excruciating pain he willingly endures, in order to find out what the motorcycle is capable of, is a mental achievement that most others are not able to suffer through.
Pain is a gift for those who want to be ultra-successful. The late Kobe Bryant woke up at 4 AM for the lion’s share of his career, for example. World-class athletes are willing to sacrifice a lot.
Elon Musk is known to sleep at the Tesla factory and work seven days a week; so do others who understand that pain is an indicator of one’s own limits.
Right now, the markets are searching for that limit, that special price point where politicians, central banks, or both, realize their policy errors.
If such a point does not exist, the markets will simply search for a bottom on their own, but whatever happens, this is one of the most incredible discounts to small-cap stocks (anything but the top-ten biggest companies in the world) we’ve seen since March 2020.
If you’ve been patient, now is the time to pound.
Unlike other publications, we sincerely doubt that buying the dip will result in a rip-roaring rally on the other side, right off the bat.
Instead, we think 2022 will be mostly a sideways year for most companies…
Marc Marquez used to get up from injuries, even from broken collar bones, broken ankles and broken arms and race – EVEN twenty-four hours later – once the operation was done on him.
When you’re young and hungry, the will to win and spend your best years doing what you love are too great.
In 2020, Marc fell hard and didn’t recover for a full year, because he broke the same bone twice and almost lost the vision in one of his eyes.
The markets have gone through multiple major corrections this year and, similarly to Marc Marquez, we think they are shaken up. Though they still want to win, they understand that they could be one major injury away from losing it all, so we think people will take their time coming back in 2022.
This is great news for gold!
When the major indices are lagging by a mile, precious metals can soar.
You can already see how gold and silver are holding up, even in the face of this brutal market sell-off.
The writing is on the wall; markets do not believe the FED is about to aggressively raise rates anymore
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