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With the 10-Year Treasury yield approaching 3%, investors are starting to close out a number of different bond positions in earnest.

Depending upon whether investors decide to re-invest or sit on the cash generated from bond sales (and/or what they decide to buy), which is more likely to occur with regard to the S&P 500 and/or the broad equity market?

Will stock prices fall along with prices of bonds (mirroring their simultaneous correlated rise over the last 9 years)?

Or will stock prices continue to rise as investors simply rotate out of bonds and into stocks?

Time frame: Over the next 12 to 18 months...
The S&P 500 will melt up and continue to rise.
The S&P 500 will melt down along with bond prices.
Gold, Bitcoin or other non-stock, non-bond assets will rise.
Something else will happen (please explain).

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