Are We In A Share Market Bubble?

Yves SchoofBusiness

A strong start for equity markets in 2021 has people talking about asset bubbles forming. Some observers point to price-to-earnings ratios at levels last seen during the dotcom era of the late ‘90s. So what’s an investor to do?

Some are tempted to time the market—get out for a while and get back in later or put off investing till things are more ‘certain’.

The trouble is that market timing has a poor record.

A better idea is let the market do the work and to stick to your plan.

I thought you might find the following articles valuable in that perspective.


Market Timing’s Siren Call


The Problem with Bubble Spotting


How to Deal with FOMO

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Yves Schoof

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