Stocks are not cheap, writes John Hussman, warning of the Street being "lulled into complacency"...
Stocks are not cheap, writes John Hussman, warning of the Street being "lulled into complacency" by record profit margins, and by comparison to the valuations during the late-90s bubble. Tossing both aside, he finds the S&P 40-70% above valuation norms, roughly the same level as reached at the beginning of the 1965 secular bear market. (see also)
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