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Parallels between stocks today and 1929, 1999 and 2007

 The S&P 500 is trading at a lofty 22.5 times forward earnings and its price-to-sales ratio of 3.1 times is far costlier than in 2000.

“Blank-check” or special-purpose acquisition companies where investors have no idea what the investment will be. “The last time SPACs were as big as they are today? 

 Similar to 1920 and 2000, margin debt has shot to new highs, which is fine until it starts heading the other way. 


Individual investors make up 20% of average daily volume for stocks, twice the level of two years ago.

MarketWatch 7 September 2021


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