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WARNING: the Markets Might Crash HERE AND NOW

Stock investing is ultimately based on risk. The global risk-free rate is the Us 10-Year Treasury. Again, this is the “risk-free” rate for the world. Stocks trade relative to this rate. The ENTIRE move in the market from the early 2016 lows was predicated on bon yields falling (or bond prices rising). As this occurred, risk became cheaper, forcing stocks higher. See for yourself.
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