Are these "vibrations" merely happenstance?
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Whenever there is a universality of opinion on the markets, what everyone knows is usually not worth knowing.
Is what everybody 'knows' worth knowing?
Currently, the vast majority of market participants worship at the shrine of the Fed.
The market could be in a similar position again going into the anniversary of the 1929 top.
A break below S&P 1650 should see downside acceleration.
If you've ever wanted a graphical representation of what economic terms people have written about throughout history, now you've got it.
With the S&P 500 up about 10 percent since self-help author and success coach Tony Robbins issued his economic warning, it's only natural to question the legitimacy of the rally.