gold-eagle.com / By Vronsky /
There are many irrefutable signs a US stock market crash is imminent. However, THREE of the most compelling are the following: Dow Index/US T-Bond Ratio and; the S&P500 PER/VIX Ratio, and London’s FTSE Stock Index. Each of these indicators heralded the market crash of 2000-2003 and 2007-2008. Like they say a picture is work a 1,000 words.
1- Dow Index/US T-Bond Ratio has formed a bearish Triple Top. Notice that the ratio peaked in 2000 and again at the same level in 2007, which sparked the crash in US stocks. Well again recently the Dow Index/US T-Bond Ratio has peaked. Consequently, history is testament a stocks’ crash is highly probable.
2- S&P500 PER/VIX Ratio (Price Earnings Ratio of S&P500) divided by the Volatility Index) is signaling a market crash….take careful notice of this in 2000 and 2007, which signaled SELL SIGNALS FOR STOCKS.IMPERATIVE to notice we have the exact same topping level today as in 2000 and 2007, which means stocks may SOON CRASH.