By: www.ProfitableTradingTips.com
The way to make a profit trading
stocks is to buy or sell just as the
market starts to make a move and
get out of the trad...
When the market it too high it is
typically time to sell and when it is
too low that is when stock traders
typically want ...
So, when trading an overpriced
market, traders ought to be ready to
sell. But, what if stock prices go up
and stay there?
Before We Continue…
Click the links below to get your
FREE training materials.
Free Weekly Investing Webinars
Don’t miss t...
A recent article in the New York
Times speculates about
the Mystery of Lofty Stock Market
Elevations. The writer, Robert
S...
the united states stock market looks
very expensive right now. the cape
ratio, a stock-price measure i
helped develop - is...
The author goes on to note that the
last times the CAPE ratios (the P/E
ratio using a ten year average of
earnings) were t...
The relative overpricing of stocks is
there for a reason and may last for
years
You can still make a profit on the
upside
When the underlying reasons
change you need to be ready to
short everything in sight
Money Follows the Best
Return on Investment
After the market crash of 2008
somewhere around $7 Trillion
simply disappeared. The risk of
another Great Depression was r...
The actions of the US Federal
Reserve in pumping equity into the
economy, dropping interest rates to
near zero and support...
Along the way interest rates on
bank deposits and bonds have
been very low.
Investors have looked to the real
estate market for bargains and
accepted overpriced stocks as the
best of an otherwise ba...
Thus, so long as the other options
are less profitable investors will
keep plowing money into an
overpriced market.
And traders will be trading an
overpriced market until interest
rates rise, which may be in a year
or so, according to the...
Although stocks are currently
overpriced when compared to
earnings by historic standards they
are no overpriced according ...
When to Get Out of an
Overpriced Market
When everyone wants to buy
stocks and gurus say that this time
it is different is when to get out
when you are trading an ...
Forbes published a tongue-in-cheek
top ten signs of the coming stock
market crash. We include a few
here:
everyone stops talking about a
crash.
all the people who used to talk
about a crash have been fired.
your brother-in-law quits his job
selling jacuzzis to day-trade stocks
full time.
top money managers on wall street
tell polls that they have never been
more bullish.
taxi drivers give you their stock tips
on the way to the airport - and you
write them down.
Reading Market Sentiment
When you are trading an overprice
market there is still day-to-day
movement and a profit to be made.
When an overpriced market
collapses there are fortunes to be
made! Technical analysis is the key
to reading market sentime...
If you have made money as the
market has inflated take a little
profit and take it now.
Then watch carefully for the signals
that predict the bursting of the
current stock bubble and or short
everything in sigh...
And, remember that if you do not
understand the market or what you
are doing it is perfectly acceptable
to get out now!
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Trading an Overpriced Market

The way to make a profit trading stocks is to buy or sell just as the market starts to make a move and get out of the trade when the market stabilizes. When the market it too high it is typically time to sell and when it is too low that is when stock traders typically want to buy. So, when trading an overpriced market, traders ought to be ready to sell. But, what if stock prices go up and stay there? A recent article in the New York Times speculates about the Mystery of Lofty Stock Market Elevations. The writer, Robert Shiller, says that

the united states stock market looks very expensive right now. the cape ratio, a stock-price measure i helped develop - is hovering at a worrisome level.

The author goes on to note that the last times the CAPE ratios (the P/E ratio using a ten year average of earnings) were this high were before the market crashes in 1929, 1999 and 2007! Our thoughts on trading an overpriced market are three.

• The relative overpricing of stocks is there for a reason and may last for years
• You can still make a profit on the upside
• When the underlying reasons change you need to be ready to short everything in sight

Money Follows the Best Return on Investment

After the market crash of 2008 somewhere around $7 Trillion simply disappeared. The risk of another Great Depression was real. The actions of the US Federal Reserve in pumping equity into the economy, dropping interest rates to near zero and supporting credit markets was successful and the worst recession in three quarters of a century is slowly receding. Along the way interest rates on bank deposits and bonds have been very low. Investors have looked to the real estate market for bargains and accepted overpriced stocks as the best of an otherwise bad deal. Thus, so long as the other options are less profitable investors will keep plowing money into an overpriced market. And traders will be trading an overpriced market until interest rates rise, which may be in a year or so, according to the minutes of the Federal Reserve meetings. Although stocks are currently overpriced when compared to earnings by historic standards they are no overpriced according to market conditions today. But, what happens when interest rates go back up?

When to Get Out of an Overpriced Market

When everyone wants to buy stocks and gurus say that this time it is different is when to get out when you are trading an overpriced market. Forbes published a tongue-in-cheek top ten signs of the coming stock market crash. We include a few here:

everyone stops talking about a crash.
all the people who used to talk about a crash have been fired.
your brother-in-law quits his job selling jacuzzis to day-trade stocks full time.
top money managers on wall street tell polls that they have never been more bullish.
taxi drivers give you their stock tips on the way to the airport - and you write them down.

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Trading an Overpriced Market

  1. 1. By: www.ProfitableTradingTips.com
  2. 2. The way to make a profit trading stocks is to buy or sell just as the market starts to make a move and get out of the trade when the market stabilizes.
  3. 3. When the market it too high it is typically time to sell and when it is too low that is when stock traders typically want to buy.
  4. 4. So, when trading an overpriced market, traders ought to be ready to sell. But, what if stock prices go up and stay there?
  5. 5. Before We Continue… Click the links below to get your FREE training materials. Free Weekly Investing Webinars Don’t miss these free training events! http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/free- webinar Forex Conspiracy Report Read every word of this report! http://www.forexconspiracyreport.com
  6. 6. A recent article in the New York Times speculates about the Mystery of Lofty Stock Market Elevations. The writer, Robert Shiller, says that
  7. 7. the united states stock market looks very expensive right now. the cape ratio, a stock-price measure i helped develop - is hovering at a worrisome level.
  8. 8. The author goes on to note that the last times the CAPE ratios (the P/E ratio using a ten year average of earnings) were this high were before the market crashes in 1929, 1999 and 2007! Our thoughts on trading an overpriced market are three.
  9. 9. The relative overpricing of stocks is there for a reason and may last for years
  10. 10. You can still make a profit on the upside
  11. 11. When the underlying reasons change you need to be ready to short everything in sight
  12. 12. Money Follows the Best Return on Investment
  13. 13. After the market crash of 2008 somewhere around $7 Trillion simply disappeared. The risk of another Great Depression was real.
  14. 14. The actions of the US Federal Reserve in pumping equity into the economy, dropping interest rates to near zero and supporting credit markets was successful and the worst recession in three quarters of a century is slowly receding.
  15. 15. Along the way interest rates on bank deposits and bonds have been very low.
  16. 16. Investors have looked to the real estate market for bargains and accepted overpriced stocks as the best of an otherwise bad deal.
  17. 17. Thus, so long as the other options are less profitable investors will keep plowing money into an overpriced market.
  18. 18. And traders will be trading an overpriced market until interest rates rise, which may be in a year or so, according to the minutes of the Federal Reserve meetings.
  19. 19. Although stocks are currently overpriced when compared to earnings by historic standards they are no overpriced according to market conditions today. But, what happens when interest rates go back up?
  20. 20. When to Get Out of an Overpriced Market
  21. 21. When everyone wants to buy stocks and gurus say that this time it is different is when to get out when you are trading an overpriced market.
  22. 22. Forbes published a tongue-in-cheek top ten signs of the coming stock market crash. We include a few here:
  23. 23. everyone stops talking about a crash.
  24. 24. all the people who used to talk about a crash have been fired.
  25. 25. your brother-in-law quits his job selling jacuzzis to day-trade stocks full time.
  26. 26. top money managers on wall street tell polls that they have never been more bullish.
  27. 27. taxi drivers give you their stock tips on the way to the airport - and you write them down.
  28. 28. Reading Market Sentiment
  29. 29. When you are trading an overprice market there is still day-to-day movement and a profit to be made.
  30. 30. When an overpriced market collapses there are fortunes to be made! Technical analysis is the key to reading market sentiment at the point when an overpriced market becomes volatile and is ready to head downhill.
  31. 31. If you have made money as the market has inflated take a little profit and take it now.
  32. 32. Then watch carefully for the signals that predict the bursting of the current stock bubble and or short everything in sight.
  33. 33. And, remember that if you do not understand the market or what you are doing it is perfectly acceptable to get out now!

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