John Hussman On Navigating One Of The Most ‘Overvalued, Overbought And Overbullish’ Stock Markets Of All Time

by jessefelder

At just seventeen years old, John Hussman’s introduction to the world of finance was a job hand drawing charts for an investment adviser who liked his handwriting. From that point on, he was hooked on markets. After receiving his PhD in Economics from Stanford in 1992, he went on to found Hussman Strategic Advisers and has been managing equity portfolios ever since. In this episode, John discusses how he developed his “value-conscious, historically-informed, full-cycle” investment discipline over the past 40 years and how he is implementing it today to navigate one of the most “overvalued, overbought and overbullish” stock markets of all time. Below are several links related to this episode:

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