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Do Technical Measures and Valuations Really Matter?

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Do Technical Measures and Valuations Really Matter?

Video by The Real Investment Show via YouTube

Baltimore Harbor is closed following the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge, hit by an out of control freighter. Weaker Regional Economic Surveys are in contrast to economists ratcheting-up growth expectations: No one is expecting a recession. Liquidity continues to boost bullish mood on Wall Street. The market has steadily climbed for past 5-months, creating record deviations; for now, no fear. Valuations are a measure of market psychology: "If everybody has bought, who is left to buy?" – Sam Stovall. When Technicals & Fundamentals align (the problem for most investors is that they’re too slow). All elements are now present for a reversion to the mean; just need a catalyst. What will turn buyers into sellers? The impact of more, earlier retirees on actuarial tables and Larry Fink’s paycheck. Capitalism & The Wealth Gap; the decline in EV sales; why more people aren’t saving more.

3:13 – Regional Economic Surveys Weaken
14:33 – Valuations Are a Measure of Market Psychology
30:17 – When Fundamentals & Technicals Align
44:30 – Retiring Too Early and Living Too Long
Hosted by RIA Advisors Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist, Lance Robert, CIO
Produced by Brent Clanton, Executive Producer
Articles mentioned in this report:
"Technical Measures And Valuations: Does Any Of It Matter?"
"Market Bubble? A Function Of Psychology"
"Retirement Crisis Faces Government And Corporate Pensions"
The latest installment of our new feature, Before the Bell, "Markets Will Retest the 200-DMA " is here:

Our previous show is here: "Are Market Bubbles a Function of Psychology?"

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