As we continue through another month of wild trading in global markets, here is a look at why bulls are in charge, central bank intervention, 2nd lowest reading in history, plus levels not seen in 70 years.

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Higher Highs Ahead
September 12 (King World News) – Tom McClellan:  “NYSE’s McClellan A-D Oscillator up to well above +150, and with a “complex” structure above zero. Complex says the bulls are in charge, and the high number says they are making a strong upward initiation. Higher highs yet ahead. (See below).

“Complex” Says Stock Market Bulls Are In Charge – Expect New Highs

Second Lowest Reading Ever
Tom McClellan:  A chart from my Daily Edition yesterday. The bond market selloff may have gotten just a bit overdone for the moment. Second lowest reading ever (since start of the dataset in 2005).

Bond Market Selloff Overdone – Second Lowest Reading In History

Dire Need For Central Bank Intervention 🙂
Sven Henrich: 
“SPX is less than 1% from all time human history highs and therefore in dire need of central bank intervention.”

Levels Not Seen In 70 Years
Adam Tooze, Director of the European Institute: 
“The outperformance of US equities v. European is now at levels not seen in 70 years. (See below).

US Stocks Outperforming European Stocks – At Levels Not Seen In 70 Years

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More articles to follow…

In the meantime, other important releases…

An Important Look At Gold And The US Dollar, Plus The Chart Of The Day CLICK HERE TO READ

Today’s Market Note From UBS Legend Art Cashin, Who Has Sent Out These Notes For Well Over 3 Decades CLICK HERE TO READ

BIG PICTURE: Very Bullish Outlook For Gold CLICK HERE TO READ

Biggest 1-Day Shift Since 2009! A Massive Gold Catalyst, Tick-Tock, Buy More Stuff, Plus One Heck Of A Bullish Gold Forecast CLICK HERE TO READ

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