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The Idea That Stocks Are In A Bubble Is Absurd

By Gary SavageStock MarketsFeb 18, 2018 05:20AM ET
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The Idea That Stocks Are In A Bubble Is Absurd
By Gary Savage   |  Feb 18, 2018 05:20AM ET
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Stocks have only recently broken above a 20 year long consolidation period. Price may now enter a parabolic phase or be beginning another long term bull market. In either case, this video explains why stocks are not presently in a bubble.

The Idea That Stocks Are In A Bubble Is Absurd
 

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Jacopo Valentino
Jacopo Valentino Feb 19, 2018 11:32AM ET
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The trick is in the choice of the chart, folks. Value Line Geometric?... Have you an idea of what this is? More than 1.600 stocks... not weighted by size... all very detached from real market situations. Or do you really believe the stocks you buy are at about the same price as in 2000 ???
Tubsy SkinntFinger
TubsSkinnyFinger Feb 19, 2018 11:32AM ET
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Lies ****lies statistics!
Aaaa DeVil
Aaaa DeVil Feb 18, 2018 6:51PM ET
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I'm missing here couple of thigs... 10Ys, 10Y-2Y, 30Y-10Y spreads, QT process which lifting up 10Ys, the fastest velocity of raising rates since last 20Y. Author completly ignored it.
Tubsy SkinntFinger
TubsSkinnyFinger Feb 18, 2018 8:19AM ET
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Not to mention a major market collapse every 80-90 years
George Steven
George Steven Feb 18, 2018 7:53AM ET
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I believe this based on the technological innovations over the past 70 years. This doesn't mean we are not going to have a corrections along the way.
Jeffrey Vose
Jeffrey Vose Feb 18, 2018 7:22AM ET
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Yea, company valuations are supposed to double every year, right?
Tubsy SkinntFinger
TubsSkinnyFinger Feb 18, 2018 7:09AM ET
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Gary, your past couple of predictions have been a bit off, but this one has my head spinning. Predicting a new bull market in stocks, WHAT?. . How can anyone rational look at the DOW and say it isn't in a bubble/gone parabolic?. . http://www.macrotrends.net/1319/dow-jones-100-year-historical-chart
Gary Icemangold
Icemangold Feb 18, 2018 7:09AM ET
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IMHO, Gary was correct most of the time.
 
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