Thursday , 24 January 2019


Investing

S&P 500’s PEG Ratio Suggests Overvaluation & Coming Correction (3.0K Views)

The S&P 500 index is trading at record high levels and optimism remains high with Barron's professional money manager survey indicating a record 74% money managers being bullish on markets even at current levels. [When one] measures valuations with respect to expected growth, [however, the ensuing ratio, the PEG ratio,] suggests overvaluation at these levels. [Let me explain further.] Words: 254; Charts: 1

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Dark Clouds Are Looming Over U.S. Financial Markets BUT Even the Darkest of Clouds Have Silver Linings

There is no question a dark cloud is looming over U.S. financial markets and that cloud just got a little darker over the past two days as key support levels in all of the crucial equity indices were violated. This sends a loud and clear signal to pay attention. Even the darkest of clouds has a silver lining, though, so my goal here is to highlight some contrarian points of view on an otherwise gloomy market perspective.

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Yes, Another 50% Correction Is Possible! Here’s Why

It is the overall TREND of the market which determines a bull or bear market and, currently, that trend is still rising. Such will not always be the case, however, and we may now be in the process of a trend change. I am not talking about a 20% correction type bear market. I am talking about a devastating, blood-letting, retirement crushing, "I am never investing again," type decline of 40%, 50%, or more. Here's why.

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