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Ray Dalio’s bubble indicator finds US stocks aren’t dangerously high – but 50 of the 1,000 biggest compan.. – Business Insider

The hedge-fund billionaire’s market gauge identified froth in stock prices, new buyers, bullishness, and use of leverage.

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  • Ray Dalio’s bubble indicator suggests the US stock market isn’t dangerously high.
  • However, it found that 5% of the top 1,000 US companies are in “extreme bubbles.”
  • It also identified froth in stock prices, new buyers, bullishness, and use of leverage.
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Ray Dalio’s bubble indicator suggests US stocks aren’t trading at unsustainable prices and could climb higher.
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