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Three Metrics: Three Overvaluations

Aaron Levitt Feb 06, 2018


The market’s run has been pretty spectacular over the last few years, and it’s only gotten better since the election of Donald Trump. Stocks have surged more than 30% since his surprise election win and the unveiling of his pro-business policies. That’s been wonderful news for our IRAs, 401(k)s and brokerage accounts.

What hasn’t been so wonderful is the effect of rising share prices when it comes to a stock’s valuation. Let’s face facts: stocks are no longer “cheap.”

And it’s not just one metric that’s pointing to a stock’s potential expensiveness. Several, including three major data points, are now pointing to a potentially overheated market. The question is will it matter over the longer run?

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