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Notorious skeptic Albert Edwards says stocks just flashed a rare bear market signal that showed up before the last 2 crashes — here’s his best advice for navigating a possible meltdown





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  • Semiconductor stocks have lagged the broader stock market’s performance, leading to the reemergence of a technical pattern that preceded the last two market crashes.
  • Albert Edwards, a notoriously skeptical strategist at Societe Generale, said this has bearish implications for stocks.
  • The performance of chipmakers is used as a leading indicator because their products are required in the early stages of production for a plethora of tech devices.

The once high-flying semiconductor industry is in trouble.

Like the broader tech sector and overall equity market, semiconductor stocks got slammed from late September through the end of October. But the similarities read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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