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BLINKING RED BUBBLE LIGHT: Stock Market Investor Margin Debt Reaches New High

BLINKING RED BUBBLE LIGHT: Stock Market Investor Margin Debt Reaches New High

The world is standing at the edge of the financial abyss while most investors are entirely in the dark.  However, specific indicators suggest the market is one giant RED BLINKING LIGHT.  One of these indicators is the amount of margin debt held by investors.  What is quite surprising about the level of investor margin debt is that it has hit a new record high even though the market has sold off 2,500 points from its peak in February.

It seems as if investors no longer believe in market cycles or fundamentals. Instead, the Wall Street saying that “This time is different” has become permanently ingrained in the market psychology.  For example, it doesn’t seem to matter to the market that Amazon makes no money on its massive online retail business.  The only segment of Amazon’s business that made a decent profit last quarter was from its Cloud hosting services.

So, the new Amazon way of doing business in the United States is to destroy the retail industry so it can break even.  I gather once many of the retail chains have gone out of business; Amazon might then increase its prices and shipping costs.  But for now, the mighty online retail chain is firmly entrenched in the U.S. RETAIL CANNIBALIZATION mode.

Unfortunately, if Amazon is successful in destroying a significant portion of the brick and mortar retail industry, it will spell bad news for Americans when the next financial collapse takes place.   Why?  Well, the simple answer is that we can’t go backward.  Think about this for a moment.

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