The stock market has been on fire for the past two weeks.
That is according to data from the S&P 500, which has jumped 10 per cent this year.
There is no way to know for sure how much the market is actually up, but a look at the data suggests it is more than the market could possibly handle.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has jumped 6,928 points, or about 1.3 per cent, since early June.
The S&P 500 has surged 2,721 points, meaning it is up nearly 12 per cent.
But the market has also lost more than a fifth of its value, as investors have been forced to sell their holdings to hedge their portfolios.
That means the average price per share of the S & P 500 has declined over 6.5 per cent over the same period.
“The S&p 500 has been a drag on the market since mid-June,” Mr Martin said.
“It has been really bad for the markets and investors.
The markets have lost a lot of value.”
The reason for this is that the S.&.
P500 is currently trading at a level below the level that would trigger a full-blown market crash.
That would mean a collapse in the price of everything from bonds to precious metals.
But it would also mean that the market itself would go into a tailspin.
That could result in a market crash, with prices falling further than they otherwise would.
In fact, Mr Martin says that would be a much more likely scenario than the one we have seen in the past.
“A full-fledged market crash is highly unlikely,” he said.
Mr Martin is not the only one to think that the stockmarket could be on the verge of a major crash.
The Bank of Japan’s chief economist, Haruhiko Kuroda, says that a crash could occur as soon as next week.
“I don’t think it’s too early to expect a correction,” he told a conference call last week.
“We have been talking about this for a long time and it seems likely that it’s about to happen.”
And it may be even more likely than that.
While stocks may be hitting all-time highs, the SMA’s Mark Wilson says that this is only the start.
“There’s a long way to go,” he says.
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In the short term, the only thing that really matters is getting more people buying again and getting the market back on track.”
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