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John P. Hussman
If, when one says "stocks are fairly priced relative to bonds," one means that passive investment returns are going to reek over the coming 10-12 years regardless of which you own, I can't say I disagree.
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Mike "Mish" Shedlock 3 Jan 18
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And Bitcoin is cheap vs moon rocks.
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Humble1@STF 3 Jan 18
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am somewhat confused about your valued based "full cycle" investments comments in your january column at your site. does this imply that you have been significantly long certain equities the entire time? with respect and thanks in advance for your reply.
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Dave Collum 3 Jan 18
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No bargains. It's very frustrating.
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GregInBaltimore 3 Jan 18
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Both stocks and bonds are bubbles. Time to sell both and buy silver and gold
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Bradley Myers 3 Jan 18
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Yup, the outcome looks bleak for US stocks. Fortunately, foreign stocks are much cheaper.
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Dustin Lamb 3 Jan 18
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Agreed. Also, the “someone” who claims that should take a look at a simple ratio of S&P/US 30 Year bond price (USc1). Only at all time highs. No big deal...
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jjw358 3 Jan 18
interesting grantham has completely thrown in the towel, maybe a function of not running money anymore. but one at least has to give some weight to evidence being presented, which can be summed up by "things don't feel froth and we haven't seen the final blowoff"
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Michael Sesser 3 Jan 18
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What is corporate gross value added?
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