An Unstoppable Force Vs. An Immovable Object

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Includes: AAPL, AMZN, DEO, DGEAF, EEM, EFA, FB, GLD, GOOG, GOOGL, HMC, HNDAF, KO, MSFT, NUE, RSP, SLV, SPY, TLT, TXN, UL, UN, UNLVF, UNLYF, UNP, VZ
by: Lyn Alden Schwartzer
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Summary

A record amount of stimulus has supported equity markets, while the economy continues to face serious issues.

The U.S. has higher unemployment rates than many developed peer nations, and I contend that this is likely to persist for a while.

There are some potential setups to watch for potential equal-weight S&P 500 outperformance over the normal market-weight S&P 500.

In the world of finance, we're witnessing an unstoppable force colliding with an unmovable object, and that impact between such massive things is causing all sorts of interesting behavior in the markets.

On one hand,