Slope of Hope Blog Posts
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Among the hundreds of self-congratulatory yard signs scattered around my fair city, one of the most common is this:(more…)
Stocks that are considered overvalued can remain elevated for a long time before reverting to fair value and investors looking to short-sell such stocks can run the risk of entering the market too soon and getting stopped out. One of the eternal questions of investing is how to pick those stocks that are ripe and ready to fall versus those that still have higher to go. Timing, as ever, is key.
The U.S. stock market is trading just shy of all-time highs at the time of writing despite being in the midst of a global pandemic – a sign in itself valuations may be stretched – so it seems the perfect time to run a similar model to highlight stocks that are overvalued right now and vulnerable to downside.(more…)
This infographic is pretty remarkable (and, as you know, Slope will have its own apps very soon, although we’re not going to contribute even $1 to this, since they’ll be free on both platforms):You will find more infographics at Statista