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David Fuller's view Thanks for this item which I am sure will be of interest to subscribers. The best part, in my opinion, is this quote from Chris Puplava:
What investors must remember is that secular bull market tops are formed at a time when everything couldn't be better or life brighter. This was the backdrop of the 1929 secular bull market top in which the U.S. industrial giant was firing on all cylinders; or the 1969 secular bull market top in which nothing seemed impossible as the U.S. put the first man on the moon; or the 2000 secular bull market top when we entered a supposed new era of technology and permanent growth. Conversely, when things look like they couldn't get any worse and that the whole world is going to end, new secular bull markets begin to form.