Stock Market Bubble Crash?
The argument that the market is over inflated, that it’s a bubble has been going on for quite some time and most of these people have only lost money fighting the raging bull. The pundits have said it’s too expensive, it’s been going on too long is wrong. If you look at the historical data. And especially bull markets, modern bull markets, since the end of World War II -we’ve had seven Bull markets- three of them have gone up less than 100%. The other three 391%, 414% and 516%. Our current bull market is up 185%. Do not immerse yourself into the data because anything can and will happen. Remember, The first lesson in investing is “Don’t fight the Fed.” or more appropriately “Don’t fight the central banks.”
Bull Market has completed it’s fifth year.Can stocks go higher; Yes!!!
While stocks are not cheap they are a better option than cash or bonds
Low inflation and interest rates are attractive for stocks
Not to be tongue in check…Can stocks go lower; Yes!!!
Do not have an opinion. Watch the market on a daily basis. Have a trading plan that will let you take advantage of bull runs and yet protect you from market crashes.
Bull markets do not last forever.
Why you need a trading plan…simple…
The current bull market is now five years old. The sixth year is under way.
As of December 2013, the S&P 500 stock price index had risen by 139% from the through of March 2009 to stand at an all-time high.
The index, however, is only 17% and 22% above the previous pre-bear market peaks of October 2007 and August 2000. Adjusted for inflation, the current level of the S&P 500 index is hardly above the pre-bear market peak of October 2007 but below the pre-bear market peak of August 2000 by approximately 10%.
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