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Carlsquare weekly market letter: The market is on the run, expecting rates to fall

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Carlsquare weekly market letter

  • With lower oil prices and inflation, the market anticipates lower interest rates. Tech companies have now lifted the S&P 500 above crucial resistance. The window is open for the market to test all-time highs, but the Fed can still spoil the fun.
  • The mighty seven tech stocks continue to lead the market. Among them, we will see a break in the strong uptrends. But until then, enjoy the ride!
  • FOMO is back – Fear of Missing Out
  • US interest rates are at a breaking point, testing the falling trend line as shown in the graph below.


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Carlsquare weekly market letter: The market is on the run, expecting rates to fall