Why Stock Market Isn’t Dropping | Are We In “Everything” Bubble?

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We have seen many indicators that promise to lead to another stock market crash, but why stock market continues to go up? Why is it not dropping? In this video I will answer those questions and additionally I will talk about if we are in the financial bubble in the first place.
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dave C says:

Just look at the unemployment rate graph since the 50's the next ressesion isn't hard to see. At the moment government debt spending and corporate stock buybacks are keeping the stock market up temporarily. 80%+ of corperate profits have gone to stock buybacks instead of long-term sustainability and employees wages. Once the market tanks companies will close stores and layoff employees to stay profitable.

Sybo Man says:

I think stock market opinions are just like a**holes, you know the saying

sugarbar says:

rate should be 9-10% now but the fed is not raising,(

Manu Jobim says:

OF COURSE WE ARE!!!

Jack Drusus says:

Very Good video. What you are not taking into account is the world has now has 250 trillion of debt. The only thing that keeps it all propped up is Central bank printing/buying up all those assets.
Go to the Money GPS and you see that every time they stop QE the markets goes down. According to Paul Hodges/Real Vision /China US and UK are already in recession How much has the Fed pumped into the system 16 trillion/something and other CB banks even more. You can't trust go stats/either US inflation 2%/according to John Williams shadow stats/Chapwood index the figure iis much higher. The Derivative complex runs into trillions. Take Japan how much of the market does the Central BANK OWN? if THINGS ARE SO GREAT WHY HAS ECB BEEN PUMPING 80 BILLION A MONTH INTO MARKETS FOR Years if GROWTH IS SO WONDERFUL WHY AFTER TEN YEARS ARE RATES STILL SO LOW AND SO FORTH. House prices are tanking in parts of US/HONG KONG/Canada and so forth.

freewaydeath says:

We're already in a recession regardless of what the market does

SmashBrosBrawl says:

The Fed already came out and said they're not gonna raise rates.

PoopCoin Patrick says:

The schiff is about to hit the fan!
Gonna be a real schiff show! 2019 collapse, cold winter and catastrophic power failure, Food shortage. Worse than you expect.

Billy Big-Time says:

If the stock market is so fine and dandy why do the FED pump billions into it they can't seem to scrape back? Market forces and fair value should be achievable if the market is not rigged and strong…. if it's not in a bubble pull all the FED cash out – I'm guessing that is impossible and that the USA will fall into the Japan trap. i.e. an unaudited Central Bank buying up all stocks to make it look OK.

Catherine Teresa says:

There was no such thing as a housing bubble until there was. "Housing prices can never go down. Not on a national level." Then there was.

todance2 says:

You did not mention the biggest bubble of all. Sovereign debt in most developed nations. Excess debt was the culprit behind every currency Failing.

tekjanson says:

The 2.4% interest rate drop in 2008 was not enough to revive the economy. A term I had never heard of before was used "Quantitative Easing" QE. This apparently is when your government buys its' own bonds with money that is added to the national debt. 11 trillion dollars (debt) was added to the economy to re inflate the bubble. Our new President added another 2 trillion in tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations. He is also talking about adding a tax cut for the middle class (presumably to keep the bubble inflated through the 2020 election cycle). It is really hard to tell what stocks (companies) are worth now (P/E ratio) as most companies apparently used their massive tax cuts to buy back stock. This reduces the available stock and raises its value (the earning per share explodes higher). Our economic expansion at this point is highly questionable.
I'm no economist, but the way it looks to me is: Another American tax cut, China is doing QE, and Europe is probably going to do QE as well. The bubble will probably get bigger. Will QE save the US after the next crash?

Fredrik Wallinder says:

Not a single economist gets anything right. And btw, there is a business man in the WH now, not the wimp Obama.

Toucan Sam says:

Good stuff, I agree there are too many idiots trying to predict everything p. I like how you keep it real

stangtrax says:

As long as the US doesn't turn into a third world country I would be happy if the market went down 50% or so as long as it recovers as it has every time. I will continue to buy stocks monthly that meet my strict criteria.

george cobern says:

If I had bought stocks at their lows about 10 years ago and had made huge historical gains would I continue holding in the hopes of a few more percentage points when I am already up a whopping 300%?

robert preston says:

It is very difficult to relate to the past in terms of FIAT dollars and FIAT currencies while now using digital and cyber numbers to do transactions… (such as trading stock or using debit and/or credit cards) Not too many years ago one could "float" a written check that was "in the mail" and cover that with a deposit at the bank,…. but now, most transactions happen in a fraction of a second over computers sharing numbers… The stock market operates on these mechanisms, and, advanced computers can make zillions of trades which may or may not reflect the reserve of actual currency, and therefor influence the price of the stock artificially… No one asks for "stock certificates" any more… Very few write checks anymore… It is a relatively "new" way of doing business that has little historical record… And therefore, can one accurately compare a large pull-back in stock prices and the economy of say, 1979-1980 vs the one of 2008 vs the next one coming down the pike????
Trading in the "old" days used hand-written orders and a go-between market maker to meld a buyer and a seller.. (The making of a deal between the Bid price and the Ask price) Now this is all pretty much a thing of the past… So in a modern price digital market, who can say what will happen when there is a mass selling demand to get out of a stock or the market? What are they gonna do, pull the plug on the computer and halt the selling hysteria for a day or two or three?
Forget valuations, financial reports and p/e's… Most of these numbers are not real… Most economies and market reports are fake and full of untruths… Can one really trust these numbers and markets??
I say, "No"… "Not"… Admitting that the biggest "bears" and doomsayers are usually and consistently wrong… But, to me… A person today is only as wealthy as what they physically own and have in their personal possession without liens and encumbrances.. And true value exists only in terms of what is really of value to another person in terms of bartering for goods and services when all other forms of trading have failed….. and, in my opinion, damn few citizens own anything of real value.. So, in this modern world, a crash could get pretty darn serious and messy… for real.
So lastly, the "crashes" tend to come out of nowhere when everything the day before looks and seems really, really good and rosy…

Dmitry OZ says:

Last year Feb 9, 2018, President Trump signed a bill suspending the debt ceiling until March 1, 2019. Let's see in 3 weeks. In July 2011 when they discussed I remember the gold prices almost doubled.

Jess Blankenship III says:

I liked your presentation of both sides of the coin.

Yann Chevrier-Foundy says:

It's an "everything that can be purchased with debt" bubble. Housing, education, stock buybacks financed with debt, etc.

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