Bad news: Even after panic, stocks aren’t cheap

Bad news: Even after panic, stocks aren’t cheapMonday, August 24th, 2015 | Posted by Michael JonesThe most famous minder of valuations, Robert Shiller, said Friday morning on CNBC that “valuations are high, quite high by historical standards. It’s only been a few other episodes in U.S. history when they’ve been this high.”Shiller’s reference point for valuations is not the forward […]

Bull market post on reddit – Business Insider

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Stock investors are always on the lookout for signs of irrational exuberance, or people getting too excited about the stock market.
And if you’re looking for a new thing to make you nervous, this post on Reddit might be it. Jesse Felder, author of the Felder Report and a Business Insider contributor, tweeted a link to a Reddit […]

Here Are 7 Headwinds For The Already All-Time High Stock Market

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Nov. 17, 2014, 6:32 PM

Screenshot via Bloomberg TVDavid RosenbergSee AlsoROSENBERG: Bear Markets Don’t Just Happen — They’re Caused By These Two ConditionsMORGAN STANLEY: Here Are The 45 Best Stocks For The Long Run6 Hustles Warren Buffett Used To Make $53,000 By Age 16Gluskin Sheff’s David Rosenberg doesn’t see a bear market in stocks any time soon.But this doesn’t mean […]

Are Stock Market Valuations Really Too High? :: The Market Oracle …

Are Stock Market Valuations Really Too High?Stock-Markets / Stock Market ValuationsMay 11, 2014 – 06:11 PM GMTBy: John_Mauldin

The older I get and the more I research and study, the more convinced I become that one of the more important traits of a good investor or businessman is not simply to come up with the right answer but […]

ETFguide: Do Stock Market Valuations Matter?

Do Stock Market Valuations Matter?December 9, 2013
Ron DeLegge, EditorEvery single day we are barraged with an array of conflicting data about the stock market. Stocks are expensive, says Guru A. In the same conversation, Guru B proclaims, Stocks are cheap. With the S&P 500 (NYSEARCA:SPY) hitting all-time highs, do stock valuations matter? Using reported price-to-earnings ratios (P/E) for the trailing […]