kungfu
Should I know more about the impact of 10-yr note interest rate remaining high on the stock market and bond market? (As mentioned in your email alert dated Nov 7, 2019)
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AbovetheGreenLine
Yes. Stocks went up easily because there was no Competing Investment when ALL Interest Rates were very Low.

Now Bonds, Utilities, and Real Estate Funds have sold off with Higher Rates, and are competing with Stocks again.

Stocks are currently Way Above the Green Line (and will eventually return to the Green Line).

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kungfu
For the week of Nov 11, SPY went further upwards under high 10-year note interest rate, bonds & reits (Interest rate sensitive investment) went down. It seems the stock market does not have any correlation with high interest rate as told by your reply. Should I know more about your rationale? Thanks! 
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AbovetheGreenLine
When Investors FEEL GOOD, they BUY Way Above the Green Line on all of the GOOD NEWS. Usually they continue to BUY on upward momentum until they spend all of their money.

Smart Money recognizes this and SELLS... Then Smart Money Waits for BAD NEWS to BUY, like in December (Way Below the Green Line)... Did you?

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