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20 Reasons For A Stock Market Crash Ahead!

20 Reasons For A Stock Market Crash Ahead!

Update: 2020-11-03
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20 Factors Why the Stock Market Will Crash! If you look at factors from a historical perspective, a stock market crash looks inevitable.
Here are the reasons why stocks will crash:
1) The poor credit market can't survive and a liquidity crisis will crash corporations, governments and consequently stocks.
2) Buybacks will be cut in half in 2020 and therefore less buying activity will crash stocks
3) Slow economic growth
4) Consumer debt is high and people can't spend more
5) The stock market PE ratio signals a crash ahead or low returns
6) Yield curve inverted signals recession
7) M3 money is low
8) No corporate earnings growth signal a stock market bubble
9) bond market is in junk territory
10) Worst economic recession since the great recession
11) Debt to GDP 150%
12) 5 stocks making 20% of S&P 500 index
13) March 2020 30% stock market crash
14) technicals - Fibonacci
15) Bear markets last 15 months on average
16) baby boomers selling
17) Buffett is selling stocks
18) There is deflation, not inflation
19) Buy stocks
20) There is no vaccine

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20 Reasons For A Stock Market Crash Ahead!

20 Reasons For A Stock Market Crash Ahead!

Sven Carlin