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Ray Dalio’s six questions for assessing stock bubbles – The Australian Financial Review

The billionaire fund manager said US stocks are “somewhat frothy”. However, overall market valuations are lower than in 2000 as well as 1929.

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However, that does not mean some stock prices are too high, Mr Dalio said, pointing to emerging tech, which he deems to have reached bubble territory in three of the six measures.
The share of US companies that these six measures indicate being in a bubble is about 5 per cent of the top 1000 companies in the US, which is about half of what was the case at the peak of the tech bubble, Mr Dalio said in a LinkedIn post.
The number is smaller for the S&P 500 as several of the most bubbly companies are…

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