Stock markets are in great shape lately. This comes after the fastest decline ever in 203 years of history of stock markets. Is this surge going to continue? Are markets rising to meet our Dow Jones Forecast For 2020 And 2021? Or do we expect a continuation of the crash?
First of all, we included up to date charts in our Dow Jones articles:
Both are worth your time.
Second, and more importantly, the current leading crash indicators and their message. We look at VIX even though we track multiple indicators in our methodology. We require a short term timeframe though, so this is the 4h chart which allows us to zoom in and find micro trends that may grow big.
All we can see on the chart of our VIX indicator is (1) a falling trend (2) a breach of 50 points as it kept on falling lately (3) close to fall below 39 points.
In other words VIX is moving in one direction which is down (bullish for stocks), and in doing so it is about to fall below the 39-50 points area which defines the ‘armaggedon’ area (once above 39-50 particularly).
Surprising, but true, VIX is close to confirm a bullish continuation of the surge in stock markets.
Note that we sent multiple updates per week to our premium members during the Corona crash in March, guiding them through those tough times. One of the many indicators and charts we used was the one embedded below in this article. It’s the type of quality we offer to premium members of our short term trades and medium term investing methodologies.