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Forget valuations... (because they can always be shrugged off by using 10Y forward estimates with some hockey-stick extrapolation) These three charts are the real worries for anyone about to play the 'greater fool' and pile the remaining cash in their retirement savings into stocks... Deutsche Bank's Binky Chadha notes that US equity positioning is extreme (+1.5sd above average levels).
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