What do the numbers mean? What happens when the numbers swing in one direction or the other!
If you don’t know what to look at you can skip this entire article. It’s a bit too complex right now. To summarize, here are the most important parts of a swing:
In the late 1980’s, the value of the US dollar hit all-time lows and the tech bubble burst. At the same time, stocks soared. Investors were buying stocks out of optimism for the next economic boom. But now we’re just looking at the current state of stocks:
We all know the “Great Recession” has ended, but the reality is much worse than that.
After years of losses, the S&P 500 is still down about 17% year-to-date.
In the current environment, a huge amount of stocks are undervalued. For most of the companies in these companies, there is currently some risk. And they know that.
However, stocks don’t just have to be undervalued to be underperforming. Sometimes, stocks are still undervalued and can actually perform quite well. In the below chart, I included a comparison of the S&P 500 companies ranked from the most undervalued stock (orange) back up up to the most overvalued stock (black). As you can see the picture isn’t perfect, there are some outliers among the various stocks. But overall, what you see is a pretty interesting phenomenon:
The big lesson here for investors is this: Stock market returns can vary greatly by a wide range based on a very broad range of factors. But this is not a static picture. In fact, the future can be much brighter for stocks than it is for the S&P 500.
There are several key things that need to happen before you can start investing (and make more money). One of these big pieces is to understand the fundamental driving force behind the stock market. If you do you will be in a better position to make smart investing decisions and see faster returns.
However, it’s also important for traders, and especially investors not to get locked into the “stock market” as a whole, as there are many important “movements” that can impact stocks.
The chart also shows how stocks fluctuated in the past. In early 2000 there were many large overvalued stocks that had much lower average prices in December of 2000.
When I look at the last 30 days, the biggest overvalued
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