Bitcoin and Tech Stocks: Echoes of 2000’s Bubble Bursts in the Latest Rally – A Defining Topping Signal Appears.

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The recent surge in Bitcoin prices is echoing patterns seen during global blow-off tops, and the correlation with risk assets, including junk bonds, raises caution flags.

Examining the tech landscape, Microsoft stands as the sole confirmation of the new Tech all-time high, with the equal-weighted Nasdaq index up only ~48% since January 2020. In stark contrast, the Magnificent 7 has witnessed a staggering 259% surge during the same period, marking a substantial 5.4 times increase compared to the equal-weighted Nasdaq.

Notably, the influence of the five largest tech stocks in the Nasdaq 100 accounts for approximately 70% of the index’s gain this year. The S&P 500’s performance is similarly intertwined with the Magnificent 7, reflecting the dominant role of tech stocks in shaping the broader market.

This concentration of power within the tech sector surpasses even the levels observed during the Dot-com bubble. Nvidia insiders are capitalizing on the stock’s remarkable rally, marking the fastest share sell-off in at least six years. Concurrently, Mark Zuckerberg’s decision to sell Meta shares for the first time in two years adds to the growing narrative of potential market shifts.

As the tech giants become synonymous with the stock market itself, signs emerge that the $ndx may have formed an island reversal top, sparking concerns of a pivotal moment reminiscent of historical bubble bursts.

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