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jca433 55 posts  |  Last Activity: 16 minutes ago Member since: Oct 29, 2009
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  • Finally, the bulls see the light of an oncoming train that will smash them really good. YESSIREE!

    Greed is always punished! ALWAYS! The stock market is bloated and ripe for a crash!

  • jca433 by jca433 Sep 12, 2014 8:21 PM Flag

    Corporate management today is greedy, selfish, and reckless. They are borrowing billions at very low interest thanks to the FED's ultra accommodating monetary policy and using that money to buy back their over valued stock and then they issue billions in stock options to benefit themselves and replenish the float and the stock holder is left with a huge pile of debt on the balance sheet. That is called extraction. This bull market is built on a HUGE pile of debt and it will have a day of reckoning sooner or later. Better sooner than later though because the bigger the coporate debt bubble becomes the greater the bust and pain.

  • If the dollar strength can continue it is game over for the bull market in stocks. Gold is plunging and soon stocks will plunge. The decline in oil price is yet another warning a bust is on the way. Sell the rally and hide in cash. Recession is coming soon!

  • The stock market valuation is so high that the odds of a major correction or crash are increasing. The current prices are very good deal for seller and terrible for the buyer. The casino odds in this FED induced stock market bubble are dimes on green and dynamite on red. Place you bets now!

  • The valuation of the median stock has NEVER been higher than now. The central banks have created the mother of all financial asset bubbles! Expect a 60 to 80 percent decline in the DOW and S&P 500 over the next 3 to 4 years. Bet on it!

  • There have been some major tops in late August and September time frame. Only a fool would buy stocks at these nose bleed exorbitant valuations and prices. Look back over the last few years and notice how the volume has been usually light on up days and higher on down days and the frequent large spikes pre market. The rally in stocks this year is neither rational or sound! Revenues have only increased by seven percent from the peak in year 2008.

    The rally is driven by carry trade speculation which at some point will unwind and then there will nothing but air underneath this ponzi stock market! You should sell your stocks now!

  • The bull market continues to show its age with fewer and fewer stock making new highs even as the S&P 500 makes new highs. This is a classic sign of a major top forming and it is no surprise. After all the valuation is extremely high with P/S 1.75 and the highest since May 2001, Q is 1.19, and MC/GDP is 122.1%. These are extreme valuations and the worst bear markets begin from high valuations like today. SELL your stocks and realize your profits. DO NOT wait to sell when the bear begins and punch drunk fund mangers rush to the exits , sell before! What good are profits if you give them back in a major bear market? This phase of the rally is driven by greed and greed is ALWAYS punished! Total debt is 346% of GDP and debt is money already spent. There cannot possibly be much growth in the future because so much money has already been spent and the bills come due. This will catch up to WallStreet soon and the bull will turn to bear and the rush to the exits will begin!

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    Getting closer to the secular top!

    by jca433 Aug 25, 2014 6:15 PM
    jca433 jca433 Aug 25, 2014 6:17 PM Flag

    We may have one more big rally that will take the market to a secular top and it could be a HUGE gain from here. It is dangerous to short the stock market now!

  • I am very confident the stock market will reach a secular top sometime in the next one to two years. My ten year target for the S&P 500 is 2375 and that is only about 19% above current levels! The final top is not in yet but it is getting closer and the dip buyers will at some point buy into the dip that is the beginning of another major bear market! The divergences continue with fewer and fewer stocks making new highs as the S&P 500 makes new highs. That is big time trouble. Let the buyer beware!

  • Stock market valuation extremely high now with Market CAP/GDP 121.7%. Let the buyer beware!

  • The dangerous parabolic rally in stocks continues with valuation now at the high end of the range for the last 15 years. Price/revenue is back over 1.7 after briefly falling to 1.68. The stock market is grossly over valued and the dip buyers are really pushing their luck!

  • jca433 jca433 Aug 8, 2014 10:42 PM Flag

    They will be forced to tax the rich! It will no longer be an option!

  • jca433 jca433 Aug 8, 2014 10:41 PM Flag

    I am not rich but not poor. My income is 125,000.

  • Taxes should be much higher than now. Obama promised to tax the rich and investing class but has failed! Start by increasing the capital gains tax to at least 50 percent. There should be no distinction between long and short capital gains, tax all capital gains at least 50 percent. Tax dividends at 50 percent also and stock buybacks at 60 percent. All up to $35,000 interest income tax free. It is time to soak the WALL STREET trash with very high taxes.

  • jca433 jca433 Aug 8, 2014 5:27 PM Flag

    Median stock valuation in January 2000 was lower than now! This is sure fire evidence that the stock market is a more dangerous bubble today than then. The median stock P/E and P/S is 20 and 1.8 today compared to P/E 16 and P/S 1.4 in January 2000. The mother of all bear markets will follow this FED induced bubble.

  • Financial assets are grossly over valued and setup for a huge crash soon. The exits will be crowded and the bust will be on and years of gains gone for good. I believe this is the bubble to end the bubble era and if you are late to sell you will be very very sorry! There is smoke in the theater but the fast money #$%$ does not yet see the fire. Let the buyer beware that the sell off in junk bonds is a warning for risk assets! There were warnings in 1929 too before the big crash and those who sold early missed the crash. Are you a bagholder or will you purge your greed and sell? Bulls make money, bears make money, pigs get slaughtered!

    It is a very long painful decline to 750 from here but if you sell now, you can avoid the awful pain the greed filled speculators will endure for sure.

  • I won't even bother posting the link because if I do the thread will be deleted. You can find the information discussed here on David Stockman's Contra Corner. Lots of speculators and punch drunk fund managers will tell you that valuations today are reasonable or even cheap, but the valuation data does not support this! Lets compare the median stock valuation today versus January 2000. In January 2000 the median stock P/E was 16 compared to 20 today, the median stock price/revenue was 1.4 then compared to 1.8 today, the median price/book 2.2 then compared to 2.5 today. Now just imagine how high the median stock valuation will be if the market valuation increases to year 2000 mega bubble levels!

  • Investors and speculators have been starved for yield thanks to the worst and most misguided monetary policy ever! They have been chasing junks bonds and leveraged convenient light junk bonds for the past three years! The greatest junk bond bubble ever is just starting to unwind and crash. The worst has yet to come! Good bye bull market and say hello bear!

  • Reply to

    This is a huge financial asset bubble!

    by jca433 Aug 1, 2014 5:20 PM
    jca433 jca433 Aug 1, 2014 6:42 PM Flag

    No, you should not short the stock market yet. There could still be another big rally with all the funny money out there. You should be selling the stocks you own though as the stock market rallies. The bull market has matured and risks are increasing! Even IF perfection is achieved I do not think the S&P 500 will be much higher than 2400 ten years from now. The valuation is already very high!

  • Historians will look back at this period and agree that this is the greatest financial asset bubble ever. The FED lowers rates to near zero percent and kept them there for almost six years while their balance sheet grows to over 25 percent of GDP this year from only 6 percent of GDP in year 2008. This is financial repression on steroids and it squeezes what is left of the middle class like never before while the Wall Street fast money #$%$ prosper! This is immoral and wrong! While this mess is going on global debt has increased over to 100 trillion dollars and 185% of global GDP! This massive debt will crowd out growth and lead to another great depression!

PG
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