Dalio writes about fairness markets

Bridgewater founder Ray Dalio writes about fairness markets at the moment and appears at whether or not inventory markets are in a bubble.

He measures them in measurement methods together with leverage and sentiment. He says that rising tech is near bubble territory however that the general market is not.

Dalio writes about equity markets

His total bubble meter scores at 77%, which is elevated by has been exceeded not less than 14 occasions since 1920. It peaked at 100% within the 1920s and late-1990s.

Proper now, he says that about 5% of the most important US corporations are in a bubble, principally rising tech shares.

He writes:

“What one chooses to do with it is a tactical resolution. Even when this
gauge is completely correct (which it isn’t) timing tops and bottoms
primarily based on it’s precarious as a result of whereas it exhibits what neighborhood these
shares are in, there’s nothing exact about it. So it’s robust to
choose the degrees and timing of tops and bottoms primarily based on it. Having mentioned
that, we’ve discovered that it’s a fairly good predictor of relative
efficiency of shares over the following three to 5 years. As a
outcome, whereas it contributes to our more and more favoring non-bubble
shares, we have to mix it with timing indicators.”

I count on Dalio is markets exterior the US the place valuations are less expensive or inside the worth house within the US.
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