Stock Highs Mean a “Bear Market for Humans”

The stocks doing well have one thing in common – they don’t rely on human workers…

This story was originally published here.

No sector was spared in the bloodbath on Wall Street yesterday.

Technology was hit the hardest, but every other component of the S&P 500 Index declined with it.

Don’t assume we’re headed even lower just now … this could be a one-off adjustment gone haywire after options traders got crushed. The algorithms kicked in, as they always do, and turned it into a rout.

The formula that’s kept this bull market alive is still in place: Thanks to the Federal Reserve, there is no alternative to stocks.

But that same formula has created a “bear market for humans,” as a leading Wall Street analyst put it this week.

I illustrated the same point in a YouTube video, weeks before that Bloomberg report.

The companies doing best in this year’s stock market are those that have little need for human labor. The valuations of firms that rely on actual people to make money, meanwhile, have plunged.

It’s no time to panic sell when you see a sell-off such as yesterday’s. But in today’s video, I’ll show you the charts that prove there are momentous changes in store for the stock market down the road … watch to find out what they are.

Editor's Note: Click here to keep reading and watch the video.

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Editorial Director, Banyan Hill Publishing