Since the start of the great expansion, the Russell 3000 on a year over year change, has dropped below zero seven times. Four of them ended up preceding a recession. The two that didn’t were during the golden years of Camelot II. The seventh just happened and pulled back up above the zero line by a tiny bit.
So what? I donno. You tell me. It looks like the broad stock market isn’t robust, to say the least. Maybe it means the stock market having been downish will now go upish.