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Ted Bauman, low-risk investment guru, and popular writer for Banyan Hill Publishing just released an article detailing three scenarios that could crash the stock market. According to Ted Bauman the bull market has a great chance at continuing but could also plummet as well. The first scenario is a return to the average ratio.
Ted Bauman has been with Banyan Hill since 2013. A successful investor with years of experience in stock options, as well as an avid economist, Ted has always explained to his readers that U.S. stocks are overvalued. This opinion backed up by the CAPE ratio. At present the CAPE ratio is double the historical average, partly due to dot-com mania. If the market returns to normal, stocks could drop around 35%. This would lead to investors focusing on future dividends, bailing on their stock in search of profit. Secondly, alternative asset returns could become more appealing. Check this article at sovereignsociety.com to learn more.
The second scenario deals with Yeild Curve Recognition. This is where investors a yield curve within the U.S. Treasury. As long-term interest rates stay low, bond markets are not expecting anything substantial. A sudden change in U.S. economy could drop stocks by 25%. The third scenario is known as a crash and bounce. A crash and bounce is created by changes in rules-based selling. Such a change would instigate a quick drop with a small recovery bounce.
Ted Bauman manages the Bauman Letter, the Plan B Group, and Alpha Stock Alert for Banyan Hill. Each newsletter provides a look into one aspect of Bauman’s expertise. Ted Bauman immigrated to South Africa in the mid-80’s. While there he earned two postgraduate degrees from the University of Cape Town, took part in economic and urban development of South African economy following apartheid, and worked as a consultant. He returned to the U.S. in 2008, joining Banyan in 2013. He offers expertise moving abroad in the Plan B Group, teaching readers to secure their holdings when going international. He shares his stock strategy, known as Alpha Core, in the Alpha Stock Alert. Finally, he uses his experience as an economist in the Bauman Letter, teaching readers how to secure their money and allow it to grow.
Bauman is dedicated to helping everyday investors get the most for their return, and offers investment protection tips to prepare for any fluctuations in the market. His advice for now is stay calm and plan ahead. Visit: https://ideamensch.com/ted-bauman/