Clear As Day

In my 20s, my friends used to tell me all about their bad dates, nasty breakups, feats with their girls, and their ups and downs in their relationships.

I also remember dating myself; those days were filled with war stories of my own.

On the first date, everything is an issue. For example, I remember just sitting down for dinner and my date pulled out a smoke. That’s my kryptonite – I hate cigarettes and can’t stand to be around them!

Three minutes later, she was in a cab home.

On another occasion, my date was a vegetarian, which is not a fault or a sin, but I can never spend time and have fun with someone that doesn’t love quality meats as I do.

On the first date, you’re like a judge at a voice competition or a jeweler looking through the magnifying glass for flaws because you’re on the defense.

If there’s a 2nd or 3rd date, things calm down a bit, but the first fight could also be the last.

Marriages and great relationships that are more developed can withstand blows, forgive discretions, and look past issues and focus on the bigger picture, but when things are just getting started, the emotional state is elevated and both sides are fishing in the dark to see what the other side would be attracted to.

Retail traders are new to stocks. They quickly fall in love with one company, but then switch over to another just as fast. They think the world of one, but one mistake and it’s now on a blacklist.

They’re guessing, just like your date is, how much you’re worth and how valuable you’ll be in the future.
Anything can make them fall head over heels in love with you or be turned off completely by your behavior.

If they really love something, they want to marry it and stay with it forever, even if that’s not the right fit.

Consumers have gone on a first date with their new shopping experience and they don’t like it:


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    As you can see, they expect prices to shoot for the moon, and that makes them nervous and agitated.

    They’re not the only ones who now realize that there’s an unintended consequence to paying exorbitant prices for consumer goods, and retail traders have learned the same lesson about growth stocks.

    This year, they’ve dumped any penny they had into the markets:


    Consumer shopping sprees, insane stock market bullishness, and an insatiable appetite for housing, coupled with the crazy cryptocurrency mania, have formed the most hyped-up blind date in history, and the matchmaker has built up the suspense to where both sides are presented as perfect and are about to find out they’re not.

    Stocks don’t always go up, real estate doesn’t constantly appreciate, and cryptocurrencies do not go to the moon every morning.

    The sentiment is coming back to Earth. The consumers and retail traders have gambled. Now they’ll pay heavily because they’re already rejecting prices:


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