As Stocks Power To Nosebleed Levels, Even Jeremy Siegel Is Worried

As Stocks Power To Nosebleed Levels, Even Jeremy Siegel Is Worried

US equities rose for a second consecutive session to new records Thursday, as the risk-on sentiment tied to the cancellation (or postponement) of World War III continued to reverberate across assets. For now, it would appear that Donald Trump has escaped unscathed from another self-made crisis. The president's erratic behavior has once again been rewarded (and thereby reinforced) by what he clearly believes is a stamp of approval from one of the only "people" he listens to: Brigadier General Do
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2 thoughts on “As Stocks Power To Nosebleed Levels, Even Jeremy Siegel Is Worried

  1. The market has finally been turned into compound interest.

    Remember the good ‘ole days when we could actually trade around?

    Now ever sale is a bad sale and every buy is a good buy .

    Or we get Dec 2018s where every buy is bad and every sale is good.

    It used to be fun. Now it is like a bank with compound interest.

    Best way to lose your job in this market is to mention the worst 4 letter word imaginable…………….. risk.

    Good buy (or is it goodbye?)……………… And good luck.

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