Ten warning signs of a market crash in 2015

Here are 10 warning signs that the markets may drop further.

  1. Vix fear gauge
  2. Rising US Treasury yields
  3. Credit insurance
  4. Rising US credit risk
  5. Rising UK bank risk
  6. Interest rate shock
  7. Bull market third longest on record
  8. Overvalued US market
  9. Commodity collapse
  10. Professional investors exit

Watch those signs

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