Post Profile






The biggest problem in a market where everything is expensive

Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget looks at President Donald Trump's claims that he's responsible for the record-setting stock market, and finds that the S&P 500 rose just as much over the first 11 months of Barack Obama's second term. Blodget also provides a bearish argument, which suggests that high valuations have historically preceded periods of market weakness. He also points out that prices are high across many different asset types, which means that diversification might not help investors out right now.
read more

share

Related Posts


Obama Says Trump’s “Unbelievable Rhetoric” Shows “He’s Insecure”

News : Slate: The Slatest

Hours before the presidential candidates were set to take the stage for the second presidential debate, President Barack Obama harshly criticized Donald Trump but in a way that made the Republican candidate seem more pathetic than a...

Convenient Jobless Numbers, Euro Bond Plan Response, Auto Unions in Decline: P.M. Links

News : Reason

Jobless claims are down, which is quite convenient information on the day President Barack Obama will give a big speech arguing for a second erm. Stock markets are responding positively to the European Central Bank’s bond-buying pla...

U.S. Household Net Worth Rises To Record $81.5 Trillion

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Money Game

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. household net worth hit a record high in the second quarter as the stock market continued its upward climb and property values rose. Net worth nudged up 1.7 percent to $81.5 trillion. The S&P 500 set anot...

GOSSIP: Today's Wall Street Buzz in 60 Seconds

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

Boutique investment firm Gleacher said it's shutting down its equities division and cutting 94 jobs. Bank of America blamed Henry Blodget, editor and chief of Business Insider, for its falling stock price today. JPMorgan upgraded Ba...

Futures Set Equities Up For Second Day Of Gains; Claims Data Due

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Money Game

By Chuck Mikolajczak NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures rose on Thursday, putting equities on track for a second straight day of gains after the S&P 500 snapped a five-day losing skid and ahead of data on the labor market...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC