50% Correction Is Impossible! Really? [feedly]

50% Correction Is Impossible! Really?
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Submitted by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com,

There is little doubt currently that complacency reigns in the financial markets. Nowhere is that complacency more evident than in the Market Greed/Fear Index which combines the 4-measures of investor sentiment (AAII, INVI, MarketVane, & NAAIM) with the inverse Volatility Index.

The reason I revisit the index above is due to last Thursday's "3-Things" post in which I presented two arguments concerning the potential for a 50-70% decline in the markets. John Hussman's view was simply a valuation argument stating:

"To offer some idea of the precipice the market has reached, the median price/revenue ratio of individual S&P 500 component stocks now stands just over 2.45, easily the highest level in history. The longer-term norm for the S&P 500 price/revenue ratio is less than 1.0. Even a retreat to 1.3, which we've observed at many points even in recent cycles, would take the stock market to nearly half of present levels."

The second argument was from ...

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