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Weekend Link Love: The coming market correction edition

This weekend link love is brought to you by the upcoming market correction.  That’s right, you heard it here first – there will be a market correction.  Right now, stocks are crazy overvalued.  Either company’s fundamentals (earnings, dividends, etc) will have to rise to justify the increased stock prices OR the stock prices will have to drop to align with the fundamentals.  I don’t know when this correction will happen, maybe this week, maybe this month, or maybe this year.  But it’ll happen eventually.  Until then, go check out the following links of awesome.

First some blog news:



This week I recommend that you check out the following links.  Presented in the order that I came across them.

  1. Krantcents introduces us to forex trading.
  2. The College Investor provides us with a primer on investing in Canada.
  3. Edward Antrobus asks if the SEC should regulate social media.
  4. Wealth Informatics hits a double this week.  Suba writes about how social proof may affect your finances. and explains home closing costs.
  5. Financial Samurai also hits a double this week.  Check out his articles on the 72(t) rule for early withdrawals from a retirement account and his article on safe withdrawal rate.
  6. Good Financial Cents reviews IRS gifting rules for 2013.
  7. Freedom 35 provides a detailed FAQ about being a farm landlord.
  8. Brick by Brick Investing has started a series on investing lessons from the Art of War.  Check out Part 1 and Part 2 and Part 3.


Stock Analyses:

  1. Dividend Monk provides an analysis of Colgate Polmolive (CL).
  2. Dividend Growth Investor provides an analysis of Proctor and Gamble (PG).


Readers:  How did your week go?

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7 Responses to "Weekend Link Love: The coming market correction edition"

  1. krantcents says:

    Thanks for the links, I am in good company.

  2. Liquid says:

    I think the market is currently overvalued too and is due for a correction. Europe is still in a recession and Asia’s growth is slowing down. I don’t see the catalyst for further p/e expansion. I’m considering selling some stocks now so that when the market dips in the future I can get in again at lower prices :) Thanks for the mention.

  3. Brick By Brick Investing | Marvin says:

    Thanks for including my series! I agree, stocks are crazy overvalued right now, I personally thought we’d see a correction by now but only time will tell.

  4. Thanks for the mention. I think there is so much money going into stocks right now because it is pretty much the only place to make any money right now. If Treasuries went any lower, we would be paying the Fed interest instead, China is slowing, and Europe is slowly imploding on itself.

  5. I don’t think stocks are overvalued just because they have been on a roll for several months. When you look at the 2007 average P/E ratio and dividend yield, today’s market is trading at a lower P/E ratio and pays a higher yield. Not to mention that interest rates are lower than they were back in 2007.

    I’m still buying :-)

  6. It will be interesting to see whether a market correction occurs sooner or later. Regardless, it will be here eventually!

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