Invest Now or Await a Investment Accident?

In this video, we use economic indicators to see if it makes sense to invest now or wait for the stock market to crash.

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20 Gedanken zu „Invest Now or Await a Investment Accident?“

  1. I am new to this, still learning, so sorry if my reasoning seems dumb. I don't really get the consumer confidence indicator considering the current environment. In another video you show that there is 2 trillion dollars US consumers sit on right now. Stock market is overvalued. Interest rate is low. So what happens if customers start consuming? High inflation might come into the picture. If inflation gets high, FED will have to pull out money from the economy, so it is likely that it will raise interest rates. Isn't it likely that in that case stocks will go down the cliff again? In the meantime, unemployment rate is getting better. It is not too far from an acceptable level right now. That also increases the possibility of high inflation. If my reasoning isn't good, please correct me. As I said, I am still learning. Thank you!

  2. I am not an advanced investor, but maybe conclusion of this video should have been that:
    At the moment indicators tells us that there sould not be any huge catalysts for bulls or bears.
    Though, however you look at stock prices, they are overvalued.
    Thus, if there are no big catalysts nor for bears, nor for bulls, but stocks are overvalued – maybe we should expect a rather slow decline of stock prices/recession?

  3. The saying that pops up the most in my head during this time is Warren Buffet's "Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful"

    I'm pretty new to the stock market so my plan for this year is going to be reading more books on the market and do research for the list of companies and sectors that I'm interested in while slowly building up my cash available so that when the time comes that these stock prices drop down I will have both the knowledge, confidence and money to load up on discounted companies!

  4. I think we should keep investing and stay in the market till it is in an uptrend. Once it comes to neutral and downtrend then pull out of the market. This strategy I am talking about the short and midterm portfolio. Don't touch your longterm portfolio I.e. MFs.

  5. What about the behemoth debt on the feds balance sheet that's funding the market, corporate debt and housing? Is that not a bear people should consider?

  6. How are you not considering Stock evaluation??? If the S&P 500 is at it's third highest price to earnings ratios in History it's not a bullish sign…

  7. I have always believe in Stock market and other Economics activities but Is really unfair that 2020 trading and stock market is just difficult and unbelievable which is too bad now i rather invest my money only on bitcion and gain more profit in return.

  8. I used the large dip in the market last year as an opportunity to do a Roth conversion. I saved several thousand dollars on taxes and that money is already up above where it was before the downturn and now I owe no taxes on it.

  9. Many of the indicators like household debt or 90 days late on credit are results of a market crash, not the cause

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