Last quote by James Stack
The Faang stocks will be among the hardest hit in the next bear market due to the amount of money that flowed into them and the high expectations that have driven them higher. We're not buying them, but we're not necessarily saying sell.feedback
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Quotes by James Stack
Jun 29 2017
Valuations are high and it's one of the longest and largest bull markets in history. Bull markets don't last forever. So the question is, when will the music stop?feedback
Jun 29 2017
We're not increasing cash reserves. We are rebalancing towards more defensive and out-of-favor sectors, like consumer staples and health care. I Wouldn't Call It a Trump Rally. The risks don't lie with potential charges of obstruction of justice or even impeachment. For political mayhem to upset the economic apple cart, it has to irreparably damage confidence at the consumer and business level. So far we don't see that happening. Consumer confidence and consumer sentiment measures are at 16-year highs, and C.E.O. confidence in April was the highest since 2004.feedback
May 25 2017
Historically speaking, and as a seasoned investor, I'd say investors should just ignore geopolitical events like Brexit or whatever is happening in Brazil. There's no doubt that expectations have accelerated since the election. We still believe this market will hit new highs in 2017, but the low volatility and the high valuations suggest this is not a low-risk market. It's not a market in which you should be investing large sums of new capital.feedback
May 25 2017
Stocks dropped 15 percent in less than two months and we were on the brink of a bear market.feedback
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