In Year of "Improbable" Events, Stock Rally Is A Valuation Fairy TaleMark Melin
This is the year of the improbable, a BCA Research piece points out. The United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. Donald Trump is in fact the Republican presidential nominee and is close to Clinton in the polls. The unlikely underdog Leicester City soccer team won the English Premier League. Perenial loser Chicago Cubs remain the odds on favorite to win baseball’s World Series in 2016. And the stock market is rallying to fairy tale levels, based on valuation relative to bonds.
Bond prices determine . . .
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