Monday is Going to Be Interesting for Stocks, by Wolf Richter

This bear market won’t be over until “buy the dip” is regarded as a bad joke among bedraggled stock speculators. From Wolf Richter at wolfstreet.com:

Still way too much wild craziness, including the ultimate bag-holder gamble: Why the bottom isn’t anywhere near.

I went out looking for blood in the streets Friday evening after the sell-off to see if markets had hit bottom, but there wasn’t any blood. There was instead chatter about the next rally, about what to buy and when. And there was the relentlessly exuberant pump-and-dump meme-stock crowd hoopla-ing DVD rental company Redbox Entertainment, one of the infamous SPACs, and video-streaming service Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, which is going to acquire Redbox, in an utterly ridiculous crazy-wild game with a deadline (we’ll get there in a moment).

That this game is even played – that this utter nuttiness in the markets continues – indicates that there is still way too much exuberance, way too much liquidity, way too much craziness. And the bottom isn’t in until this kind of craziness is snuffed out.

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