End of the Line! China and Germany Look Ready to Pop

Sunday, June 14, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Harry Dent
June 14, 2015

The U.S. stock market has finally hit a speed bump after more than six years of a Fed- and QE-driven rally. The S&P 500 is up 232% since March of 2009 despite this unprecedented stimulus in the feeblest economic recovery in history.

But since late December 2014, U.S. stocks have gone nowhere as investors face some growing realities.

GDP, retail sales, production and exports are slowing.

The dollar’s sharp rise in recent years has crushed global exports.

Long term interest rates are rising consistently… what I call the beginning of the end of stimulus policies designed to keep rates low forever.

Meanwhile, in just six months Germany saw its key stock market, the DAX, rise nearly 50% from mid-October into early April.

Germany’s bubble has shot up 245% since March 2009 — greater than the U.S., despite its slower economy.

It won’t last!

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