The rally is now in serious trouble.

Stocks staged a sharp bounce after the early to mid -arch meltdown. However, they’re running into trouble at the 50% retracement level (2,790 on the S&P 500).

This is bad news. Typically, during a V-recovery in the markets, stocks should have little if any difficulty in tracing 50% of their initial decline.

We get a similar warning from the ratio between the S&P 500 and Treasuries. This ratio is struggling at resistance which suggests the system is moving towards a “risk off” environment.

And then there’s the VIX which typically moves higher when stocks collapse. The VIX is forming a bullish falling wedge formation which could resolve in a big move higher.

Add it all up and the financial system is giving us multiple warnings that we could see another sharp drop lower in the markets.

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Best Regards

Graham Summers

Chief Market Strategist

Phoenix Capital Research

Republished by permission of Gains Pains Capital.

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