Hussman: U.S. Now a ‘Ponzi Economy’
Portfolio manager John Hussman warns the U.S. has become a "Ponzi economy," buckling at its productive core even while maintaining a deceptive appearance of prosperity.
Hussman Rails Against Fed
Like a puppeteer trying to control his puppet without realizing the strings have been cut, the Fed's policy levers cannot reach their targets, Hussman argues.
Hussman: Exit Stocks Now!
“The investors who successfully leave the equity market at current valuations will exit through a needle’s eye,” John Hussman says.
Hussman: Sell Your Stocks Now!
John Hussman warns that stock valuations are past their 2000 peak and that investors who don't sell now will ask, “What was I thinking?”
From Doom to Boom (and Back): Grantham Sees Stocks Soaring up to 30%, for Now
Stock market scold Jeremy Grantham expects the U.S. market to soar 20% to 30% in the next year or two—before the next mega-crash, at least.
Hussman Sees ‘Textbook Pre-Crash Bubble’
While market psychology supports a rising market, history has been suggesting a severe correction for two years straight, portfolio manager John Hussman says.
Warnings of Market Crash Similar to ’87 Abound as Main Street Pain Worsens
The summer's market highs and metrics look eerily similar to the highs before the 1987 crash, as the labor force keeps shrinking and hunger rises.
Hussman: Gonna Party Like It’s 1929
Besides today, Hussman sees just four other times—1929, 1987, 2000 and 2007, none joyous for investors—marked by similar market conditions.
Hussman: When Barron’s Poll Shows Exuberance, Run Away
“When the cover of a major financial magazine features a cartoon of a bull leaping through the air on a pogo stick, it’s probably about time to cash in the chips,” John Hussman writes.
4 Ways to Hedge Against a Stock Market Correction
With recent highs going ever higher, there are several strategies for advisors and clients to consider.