Five months after the 2011 Summer market rebound a sufficient number of Market Peak Indicators surfaced to turn negative concerning the outlook for equities. Specifically, the S&P 500 was expected to peak in February 2012 and it peaked in March 2012, but at a higher level then initially expected. The higher mean-absolute-deviation focused on 1350, which was 2.9% short of the March 2012 monthly average peak level of 1389. Click here to view this one page report.
Japanization of US
From BCD Report July 28th, 2011
"Politically connected groups have avoided going to the Schumpeterian woodshed. Such public policy-errors enables weak industries and sectors, explains slow U.S. economic growth and socializes these errors..."
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July 2007 BCD Call
BCD Research posted a sell on strength in July 2007 - just before the -57% S&P decline starting in October '07:
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