Yes, the market’s numbers have been higher and setting records, but why?

Many companies have borrowed money at near zero interest rates and are buying back their own stock. This reduces the amount of profit paid out to shareholders, and with the company buying more (generally not caring what share prices are paid), the demand rises, so prices climb.

The largely untold story: Many corporate executive salary bonuses are based on share prices. The term is “motive”.

The total value in this overinflated market is represented by fewer and but larger companies that when the NASDAQ crashed in 2001-3, took over 80% of that index value off the table.

How soon we forget: Many planning retirement then planned to work another 5-10 years so they actually could retire. The S&P 500 lost almost 50% 2001-03.

Losing 18 years of growth waiting for a market to come back is a good way to end up in line at the soup kitchen; metaphorically speaking…

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