As the S&P 500 struggles to hold its 2,000 points, the Dollar is preparing for a strong period of growth in sight of a tightening in the monetary policy, but what does this mean for stocks ?
There’s a very popular chart right now that is making the fellows at Wall Street wonder:
As the USD gets stronger, P/E tends to go up too.
This is probably the strongest evidence to the theory of the “secular bull market”, and one must acknowledge that this looks like a sound hint to what may happen to the S&P 500 in the following years.
However, when a black swan happens, it just happens, no matter how strong the Dollar is.
So if you want a summary of what may happen at Wall Street, here you go: everything’s gonna be alright, until the day it won’t (because crisis DO happen).