Why One Big Bank Is “Worried That The Market Is Stretched And Could Correct Rapidly”

Friday, July 18, 2014
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
07/18/2014

We show that equity markets are stretched (e.g., more than 80% of the S&P rally since last year is due to re-rating), but we also find that the fixed income market has become quite rich (we have been overweight European peripherals for more than a year on valuation grounds, we show that this argument no longer holds), and the same is true of the credit market. Second because capital has been flowing rapidly into risky assets, we document that argument and here too find evidence that the market might be ahead of itself. We read the market reaction last week to the Portuguese news as a sign that the market is indeed too complacent and could correct rapidly.

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