Today’s U.S. stock market is “maybe the second most overvalued market I’ve ever seen,” according to David Tepper, billionaire founder of the Appaloosa Management hedge fund.

A number of high-flying tech stocks such as Alphabet, Amazon, and Google are “fully valued,” he added, meaning their stock . . .

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  1. Philip Zyrski 2 months ago

    These new rules for the trading floors won’t help the markets whatsoever. But, the Plunge Protection Team of the U.S. President. Perhaps Quantitative Easing and the Repo-Markets of the Federal Reserve and of couse the Exchange Stabilization Fund, the U.S. Treasury Department have their influences within and among the financial markets.

  2. bvann 2 months ago

    Almost all of the U.S. based financial ‘experts’ are just focused domestically. The rest of the world is falling apart faster than the US and the only safest haven to put your money is the US market. On top of that as investors finally figure out that the government is not stable they will get out of any government instrument (i.e. bonds) and invest on the private side (stock market). So there will be much greater highs in the US stock market in the years to come before the US comes crashing down in 2032.

  3. Robert Balog 2 months ago

    I can understand why Amazon has maintained its position in the Stock Market, they can still supply a needed service.

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