- U.S. stocks have undergone a baffling rally over the past few weeks.
- Meanwhile, gold prices are edging closer to all-time highs.
- Shocking revisions in EPS estimates mean a price correction is long overdue. The coming U.S. stock market crash will coincide with a big rally in gold prices.
The U.S. stock market’s rally has been nothing short of spectacular since the crash back in March. It just wrapped up one of the best quarters in decades. Meanwhile, gold prices remain subdued after a massive rally.
Gold prices rallied but could not make a meaningful break above $1,800.
It seems the party could be coming to a screeching halt for the stock market bulls. At the same time, the case for a spectacular gold price rally and a U.S. stock market crash keeps getting stronger.
Analysts Forecast a Disasterous Q2 Earnings Season
For the second quarter, analysts have made some startling revisions to their earnings and EPS estimates.
If this wasn’t bearish enough, take a look at the revisions in earnings for S&P 500:
The case for an imminent correction gets more convincing when you notice the vast distortion in Q2 EPS revisions and the soaring S&P 500.
If these hefty revisions were not enough, insiders have already started exiting U.S. stocks in anticipation of a plunge.
Sinking Stocks Will Push Gold Prices Higher
There are strong indications that the investors, both retail and professional, are switching to gold and accumulating on dips.
The gold-to-S&P-500 ratio has started to favor gold. This is a significant indication that capital is flowing out of the U.S. stocks and into gold. Fewer ounces of gold are now required to buy a share of the S&P 500.
In other words, gold prices are getting more expensive compared to the S&P 500.
Reasons Keep Piling up for Gold to Breach All-Time Highs
Historically, gold prices have piggybacked off rising economic and geopolitical turmoil.
When such uncertainties cause investors to panic, gold prices benefit.
U.S.-China tensions are escalating as Washington tends navy shifts and aircraft carriers to the South China Sea. A flare-up in tensions could jeopardize the already shaky trade deal.
The Federal Reserve’s money printer is the icing on the cake for gold bulls. If the Fed decides to create more currency units to purchase individual corporate bonds, it will be extremely bullish for bullion.
That’s because money printing will eventually cause inflation. Gold is a scarce commodity and a historical store of value. To avoid wealth erosion due to currency debasing, investors will flock to gold to preserve their wealth.
Amid all this, a pandemic is on a rampage through the U.S. population.
The case for a spectacular gold price rally couldn’t be more persuasive.
Disclaimer: This article represents the author’s opinion and should not be considered investment or trading advice from CCN.com. The author holds no investment position in the above-mentioned securities.