Posted on November 13, 2015 by Martin Armstrong
Some people are now claiming that investors remain trapped in “The Twilight Zone”, which they define as the transition period between the end of QE and the first rate hike by the Fed. They remain fixated on this idea of interest rates up and stocks down.
It really is pathetic to see people who call themselves analysts put out such nonsense. All they are doing is reading a script written by their professor in school. Anyone who dares to investigate will find that this is simply not true. Interest rates rose sharply between 1927 and 1929, as did the stock market.
It is hard to figure out why these people keep touting this relationship when the evidence does not support what they advise.
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