The Fed has stopped printing money in 2015 and since then stocks have gone nowhere.
Our work, however, shows the Fed has been printing less money in the past several weeks - probably in anticipation of forcing short-term interest rates higher.
It is no coincidence, we believe, the market has been in a downward trend in the past few weeks.
June is going to be an interesting month for equities. Stay tuned.
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