"US stocks substantially more expensive than global peers across all metrics" t.co/wweCXi10Zl pic.twitter.com/GAhHa4Xi9v
— Trevor Noren (@trevornoren) January 8, 2020
The S&P 500 is now more overvalued than ever, per this measure
S&P 500 price-to-sales ratio is well above its dot-com bubble peak
Wall Street strategists have been calling for fairly modest gains for U.S. stocks in 2020, with concerns over stock market valuations being commonly cited as a reason why investors should temper their expectations for equity returns in the coming quarters.
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