I want to share a paragraph with you today that is at the end of a letter to clients by PFB Wealth Management, a London firm that caters to some of the wealthiest investors in the world.
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I did an interview with the Canadian radio show This Week In Money.
Short-term the market is likely to begin a bounce soon for a few days. But after that you need to worry.
"This is the MOST Dangerous time to be invested. When you want to buy is when others are panicking and selling not when all others are buying."
Jeremy Grantham manages billions of dollars. He also writes an interesting quarterly letter to shareholders.
How should you react to this Ukraine news and yesterday's action in the market? I talk about this and interview Ike in this podcast.
This week we will see earnings reports begin for the second quarter. Stocks often rally into earnings and then begin to pullback after a few days of earnings reports.
This is a discussion on Yahoo Finance with Robert Schiller about the CAPE ratio. He points out that if you look at valuations the US stock market is now at a very dangerous place.
This is the only stock market chart you need to see. It shows you something very fascinating that I think will dictate the future of the stock market over the next few years.
The Federal Reserve released an edict on interest rates and then Janet Yellen held a press conference. One of the things she said at the press conference was that the stock market is at a good valuation and is not a "bubble." They called this a "green light" on CNBC.
Here is an interesting interview with Robert Johnson who was a lead currency trader for George Soros who helped put together the trade that broke the pound.
The selling in Facebook stock among insider is "incredible" as you can see in this video.
We are in a market rally that is a bull march. But where are the new bulls getting in now marching towards? They do not know. All they know is that they must follow and march with everyone else. So march they do.
This morning it is selling as the number one top selling ebook book on Amazon when it comes to stock investing books. Today it is outselling books by Michael Lewis, Peter Lynch, and William O'Neill.
Two days ago my friend David Skarica released a new investment book warning of the dangers of this market that includes ideas for you to protect yourself from market turmoil in it.
William Fleckenstein is one of the few regular bearish guests on CNBC. He was on yesterday on the "Fast Money" show and said that a flash crash could happen at anytime, although he was not predicting one.
Last week I went to Las Vegas for a few meetings. The Las Vegas Money Show happened to be going on when I was there so I decided to go check it out.
Jim Rogers is investing China and Russia instead of the United States. I wonder if people now will consider him a traitor.
The average S&P 1500 stock is down by more than 12% from their recent 52-week highs. The average stocks in the Russell 2000 and Nasdaq Composite are down by more than 20%, which means you can say they are in bear markets.
He believes that a crisis worse than 2008 is down the road, because the total debt out there is 30% higher than it was in 2007 before the last crisis.
David Einhorn is here. He runs the $10 billion long-short fund Greenlight Capital, and he made headlines recently by declaring the tech sector to be in a bubble.
Here is yet another Wall Street strategist declaring that valuations do not matter.
Yesterday Henry Blodget argued that there is a technology bubble, but if it busts it won't be like 2000 or like the crash in real estate, because "it is much more limited this time."
This weekend Barrons had an article about Doug Kass - a well known pundit and hedge fund manager who has become so bearish on the stock market that he is now taking short positions in individual stocks to bet against their drop.
He's smart to get out now while he is on top of the world. Best to exit before the year of bond turmoil comes.
Can the Nasdaq rally here?
Fed Governors are leaving the Federal Reserve board en mass. They are jumping ship as we are approaching a critical and historical moment in Fed policy.
Despite the recent drop in the stock market investor sentiment remains overly bullish.
He thinks that the madness in the stock market could result in "87 type of crash" in the next twelve months that "could be even worse."