The comparisons between the 2020 stock bubble and the 2000 stock bubble are striking. For example, you have to go back 20 years to the dot-com disaster to find a time when the Nasdaq 100 (QQQ) traded this far above its 100-day moving average.

Executive insiders at public corporations are selling like crazy. And, for what it’s worth, corporate insiders have a pretty good track record for getting out near market tops.


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