#289: Stocks Are Allowed To Be Expensive Since Bonds Yields Are Low…Right?

23 minutes

Episode 289 is a Mebisode. In this episode, you’ll hear Meb put today's stock valuations into historical perspective. He addresses the claim that stock valuations should be high because bond yields are low and then looks at what conditions were present at the start of the best ten-year stock returns in history. Finally, he provides some thoughts on what investors could do to handle the current market environment.

All of this and more in episode 289.

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