The market's P/E ratio appears to be stretched.
While I sing a sad song of lackluster fundamentals, Mr. Market sings a happy song of global easing.
A key indicator is which groups have the strongest earnings momentum.
This absurd environment is a throwback to 2007, when everyone was a stock-picking god.
This is all neither conjecture nor opinion; it’s just an accounting reality.
Rounds of quantitative easing are the monetary equivalent of rocking a stuck car back and forth.
No sane bond manager would make sovereign loans to bankrupt European countries.
In the event of a correction, you'll be poised to take advantage of the shakeout and pick up some cheap stocks.
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