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Is the Fed About to Burst Its Third Bubble?

Stocks continue to trade at nosebleed valuations. According to Fact Set, the S&P 500 is currently trading at a P/E of 21. This is well above its 10-year average of 16.7. And bear in mind, eight of those ten years (from 2010-2017) were when stocks were already overvalued. Source: Fact Set. So the market is […]

What Is The Market Telling Us?

Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, The entire global economy now depends on this stripped-of-information "market" for its stability. Ho-hum, another day, another record high in the S&P 500 (SPX). What is this market telling us? If you're long, the market is screaming "you're a genius!": But other than that, what else is […]

The Pin To Pop This Mother Of All Bubbles?

Authored by Chris Martenson via, Global macro economic data has been weak for many years, but there’s now a very real chance of a world-wide recession happening in 2017. Why? A dramatic and worsening shortfall in new credit creation.  The world’s major central banks have, again, done the world an enormous disservice.  Instead of […]

SNAP Cracks Back To IPO Price – Will Tepper Buy Now?

Well that escalated quickly… Just over 3 months after its IPO to much excitement, SNAP has collapsed back to its IPO Price of $17…   Just ask these guys what you should do next…   However we know one hedge fund manager that will be looking… David Tepper, the founder of the famous Appaloosa Management […]

Peak Economic Delusion Signals Coming Crisis

Authored by Brandon Smith via, In my article 'The Trump Collapse Scapegoat Narrative Has Now Been Launched', I discussed the ongoing and highly obvious plan by globalists and international financiers to pull the plug on their fiat support for stock markets and portions of the general economy while blaming the Trump Administration (and the […]

There are only two other times in history when stocks were more expensive than today

We are having a hard time finding high-quality companies at attractive valuations. For us, this is not an academic frustration. We are constantly looking for new stocks by running stock screens, endlessly reading (blogs, research, magazines, newspapers), looking at holdings of investors we respect, talking to our large network of professional investors, attending conferences, scouring […]

“It’s A Series Of Rolling Mini-Bubbles”

Authored by Kevin Muir via The Macro Tourist blog, Think back to earlier this year. At the time, the market was convinced Trump was about to usher in a new wave of free market nirvana. Hedge fund managers piled into small cap equity long positions, confident the pro-growth policies would fuel a massive outperformance for […]

Weekend Reading: The Everything Bump

Authored by Lance Roberts via, I received an email this morning that is symptomatic of the current psychology prevailing in the market currently: “It seems to me like much of the market movement these days due by the huge increase in algo-driven trading and also by direct or indirect CB intervention. Every time you […]

$200 Billion Asset Manager Warns “There’s Danger At The Door” As Markets Lose Focus On Fundamentals

There was a time "when central banking was an honest profession," remarks TCW Group's fixed income CIO Ted Rivelle, warning that "asset prices are not meant to be arbitrary quantities that are to be steered or targeted by central bankers." In his latest letter to investors, Rivelle, whose firm overseas $195 billion in assets details […]