Yesterday I was on CNBC talking about how bull markets die slowly and how the sell off was not the beginning of the end, yet:
What yesterday might have been though is a sneak peak at what the end will look like. In this Fed induced bubble bad economic news should be good as it means that Fed tightening will probably be pushed out. When bad economic news is bad, then that is bad, because it means that the market thinks the Fed might be out of bullets. If the Fed has exhausted their playbook and we are still headed towards a recession then we have a problem. Over the past few years we have had a bunch of V shaped moves in the market, something knocks us down but we know the Fed has our back so the market rallies back up. If we know the Fed has our back but we also don't believe they have any options left then one day we have a decline that doesn't rally back.
As I said on CNBC this bull market will die slowly, but all bull markets eventually die. Investors who are prepared will be fine, those who have come to believe "this time is different" will get hurt like they always do.