S&P 500: Current Bubble Could Burst Without Warning

The futures are currently trading at very expensive valuations amid growing stimulus hopes concerns about potential roadblocks to new U.S. President Joe Biden’s planned $1.9 trillion stimuli weighed on investor sentiment. On the other hand, wobbling , currently trading 9.39% down, could lead to extensive volatility that could extend uncertainty in global equity markets.

Bitcoin seems to an initial indicator of an upcoming downfall in global equity markets. There is no doubt that the S&P 500 Futures have been facing stiff resistance at 3856 since January 21, after testing the peak at 3859. Secondly, a fresh wave of coronavirus infection in China looks evident enough for global supply chain disruption that could further elongate global economic recovery despite global vaccine drives to meet the medical challenges of Covid-19.

The worst economic dents of Covid-19 are still yet to be seen in the global economic scenario, especially while the global equity indices are at their life-time highs. There is no doubt that a small jerk could create a big jolt for global equity markets. The S&P 500 Futures could retest the lows of March 2020 once again in March 2021. I find this downward move could be steeper and sustainable than the previous one.

S&P 500 Futures Weekly Chart

S&P 500 Futures Weekly Chart

Bitcoin Weekly Chart


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Disclaimer: This analysis is purely based on the technical observations. I do not have any position in Natural Gas. One can create position in Natural Gas at his/her own risk.

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