2013-05-20 — hussmanfunds.com
``Various definitions of an overvalued, overbought, overbullish syndrome can capture slightly different instances. Less stringent definitions capture a larger number of danger zones, but also allow more false signals. Still, as long as the basic syndrome is captured, the subsequent market outcomes are almost invariably negative, on average. Presently, what we observe is among the least frequent and most hostile syndromes we identify... as I observed in the weekly comment that turned out, in hindsight, to accompany the 2007 market peak''
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