- John Hussman says stocks are in a bubble as investors push valuations upward.
- He says stocks will see 12 years of negative returns ahead.
- He also thinks a 25-35% drop in the S&P 500 will happen “probably quite shortly.”
One could argue that stocks currently stand on a solid foundation.
Yes, valuations are extended and indexes are near all-time highs. But market breadth shows more stocks are advancing than declining, and cash-loaded consumers are licking their chops at the prospect of a full economic reopening later this year.
But according to John Hussman, president of the Hussman Investment Trust, the hallmark signs that stocks are in a bubble are showing.
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