Tag Archive: stock overvaluation

Tick Tock Tick Tock

The bull market in equities is approaching the ten year old mark. This is significant because no stock market rally has ever reached the ten year mark without seeing at least a 20 percent downturn at some point. The Dow is up a phenomenal 200+ percent since the 2009 lows, and has yet to look back. We believe that the next major crash is coming, and likely coming sooner than many would care to believe. Although the next major catastrophe is likely to be blamed... Continue Reading

A Bird in the Hand is Worth Two in the Bush

Stocks remain not far from recent all-time highs, and you have to wonder if equity investors will keep pushing stock prices further into bubble (we mean new all-time highs) territory. The desire for yield can be a powerful thing, and that thirst for returns has driven equities higher for several years now. In reality, however, it is zero or negative interest rates and a lot of quantitative easing that has driven equity markets to current levels. Investors have essentially been forced to go out and... Continue Reading