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Chart Of The Day: Making (World) History

What can we say but...

I love the smell of risk euphoria in the morning.

Monday’s theme was “equi-phoria”, a state of acute psychosis that pervades the warped minds of E*Traders, pundits, and punters alike at the tail end of a rally that’s left multiples stretched to historic extremes and now finds stocks, bonds, and credit the most simultaneously overvalued in 100 years.

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To start the week, we brought you the latest read on BofAML’s “risk-love” indicator, which is sending a bright, red “bearish signal” thanks to low vol. and “humans responding bullishly to surveys” (and yes, that latter bit is hilarious).

We also showed you the following chart (part of a series of amusing visuals) which suggests the MSCI World is grossly overbought:

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Conveniently, Goldman is out with a nice companion visual to that. As the bank notes, “the MSCI World ($) is currently at its longest streak in history without a 5% correction”:

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What can we say but…

FOMO

 

 

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