How Overvalued Are Stocks?

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Cortopassi
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Re: How Overvalued Are Stocks?

Postby Cortopassi » Wed Mar 01, 2017 3:58 pm

Quite an amazing honeymoon considering it sounds like all he is going to do is put the US into even more debt than before.

That would have been my confirmation bias answer if I were not in the market and still only in gold and miners. Now that I am diversified in the PP, I don't care. Bring it on. Dow 25k. High inflation. Trade wars. Interest rate hikes. Crazy PE ratios. Whatever.
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Re: How Overvalued Are Stocks?

Postby dualstow » Wed Mar 01, 2017 6:20 pm

Cortopassi wrote:Quite an amazing honeymoon considering it sounds like all he is going to do is put the US into even more debt than before.

That would have been my confirmation bias answer if I were not in the market and still only in gold and miners. Now that I am diversified in the PP, I don't care. Bring it on. Dow 25k. High inflation. Trade wars. Interest rate hikes. Crazy PE ratios. Whatever.


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Re: How Overvalued Are Stocks?

Postby pauliacovelli » Mon Jun 12, 2017 5:48 am

I would also take it on 6% interest.
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Re: How Overvalued Are Stocks?

Postby ochotona » Mon Jun 12, 2017 10:56 am

I got a fun little alert email today... "PSQ has outperformed NASDAQ over the last two weeks". PSQ is the short NASQAQ ETF.

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