The Fed's Dislocation and Too Few Stocks?
publication date: Jan 2, 2018
author/source: Valuentum Editorial Staff
President of Investment Research Brian Nelson talks about how central banks may be pushing savers into riskier assets than what might otherwise be warranted by their risk profiles, how interest rates should be viewed within the valuation context, and whether too few stocks to invest in is driving a 'rising tide lifts all boats' dynamic. A discussion about the severe limitations of the price-to-earnings ratio is included. Running time: ~14 minutes
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