Investors could spend all day studying the messages from these authoritative sources:
- U.S. Stock Market Is A Bubble: 2020 Is Coming (Forbes)
- Legendary investor Jeremy Grantham says he’s certain the stock market is in a bubble after its ‘truly crazy’ rally this year (Business Insider)
- ‘Epic’ market bubble is ready to burst and stocks could plunge, strategist warns (CNBC)
- Home prices could fall 47.9% in worst case scenario (CMHC)
- Why there is no stock market bubble (Financial Post)
- There is no stock market bubble (Financial Times)
- Stock-Market Bubble Fears Are Greatly Overblown (Bloomberg)
- Markets That Are Definitely NOT In a Bubble (A Wealth of Common Sense)
The command of the language in these messages is generally first rate. Flawless. However, at the end of the day, investors would have a difficult time finding actionable suggestions.
At the end of the day!
What about at the end of the night? Here also, investors could then spend all night listening to talking heads discussing the yes-bubble/no-bubble issues. At the end of the night, they would be no further ahead.
Please note that for every buyer, there is a seller and vice versa. They need to have opposing views; otherwise, there would be no markets. Collectively, investors are right half the time and wrong half the time. A mathematical certainty!
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