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Michael Burry and others online pointing out that typical bear market rally is 23%.
And apparently there were quite a few 20%+ BMRs from 2000-2002 and 2008-2009 while the market continued to plunge greatly over that time.

I am still of the opinion that this is a BMR.
Why? Because the meme stocks are back, and this seems to be retail investor driven. When the fund mgrs all back from summer vacations and QT starts and liquidity dries up, might be a diff story. Is that in 2 days or 2 weeks or 2 months? I dunno. Still think we retest lows before EOY.

But I am just a guy on the internet who sometimes likes to be contrarian and/or who feels a bit crazy on a ship of fools.

Dreamer
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