Markets must be getting close to a bottom if rising chatter about the dreaded Hindenburg Omen is...
Markets must be getting close to a bottom if rising chatter about the dreaded Hindenburg Omen is as good of an indicator as it's been in the past. Still basking in glory from foreshadowing the 1987 crash, the indicator is typically a false alarm, now dubbed "a common pick-up line at permabear cocktail parties," by Barry Ritholtz.
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