Daily Archives: January 8, 2018

The market is now officially in the largest bubble relative to the economy in history. Warren Buffett once famously stated that his favorite means of valuing stocks was the stock market capitalization to GDP ratio. This was the very metric … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Don’t Tell Stocks, But the Bond Bubble is in Trouble

The market is now officially in the largest bubble relative to the economy in history. Warren Buffett once famously stated that his favorite means of valuing stocks was the stock market capitalization to GDP ratio. This was the very metric … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Are Stocks At New Highs Because of Trump… or the Bubble in Bonds?

The market is now officially in the largest bubble relative to the economy in history. Warren Buffett once famously stated that his favorite means of valuing stocks was the stock market capitalization to GDP ratio. This was the very metric … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Treasuries Have Broken a 20-Year Trendline. Is a Bear Market Coming?

The market is now officially in the largest bubble relative to the economy in history. Warren Buffett once famously stated that his favorite means of valuing stocks was the stock market capitalization to GDP ratio. This was the very metric … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Stocks Have Surpassed Their 2000 Peaks For the “Buffett” Metric

The market is now officially in the largest bubble relative to the economy in history. Warren Buffett once famously stated that his favorite means of valuing stocks was the stock market capitalization to GDP ratio. This was the very metric … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on It’s Officially the Biggest Bubble of All Time (and Bond Yields are the Needle)