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The stock market has been trending up in recent months, and the trend has not gone away.
What’s going on?
When you look at the chart above, you’ll notice that the stock index has been going up for more than five years, but it has taken a long time for the market to hit the level where it is now.
The reason for this is that the market is not being priced in correctly.
If you take a look at how the price of Google shares has grown in recent years, it’s been a big, fat bull market.
So what is causing the market so much trouble?
The key word in that sentence is “overvalued”.
In order to properly understand the market, you need to understand what “overvaluation” is.
If you’ve ever read a stock market report, you’ve probably seen that it talks about the price you should be paying for the stock.
The idea behind this is the more you pay, the more money you can make, and as a result, the stock will go up.
In reality, there are two separate things going on here.
Firstly, there is the basic theory of supply and demand, and in this case, you’re looking at how much money someone can make with a stock that’s being sold at a certain price.
Secondly, there’s also the theory of price discrimination.
Let’s take a closer look at this theory of overvaluation.
Supply and demand is what happens when you have lots of people buying a certain stock, and if you put them all in the same market, the price will go down.
Now, if you want to make money, it can be difficult to get your stock into the market at a higher price.
For example, if I put you all in one market and ask you to buy one share at a price of $10,000, your chances of making money are slim to none.
So what is the problem?
Suppose I sell you all your shares at $10 per share, and you’re not interested.
You can sell them at $7 per share for a lot more money.
But suppose you’re one of the lucky ones.
If everyone else is buying at $1 per share (or even $1.25), your stock will easily make a profit of $2.50 per share.
That means that you’re now earning $7.50 a share.
You’re now worth $7, and I’m making $1 a share!
Now imagine that all the people who are buying at the same price are all going to sell at $8 per share at the end of the day, and so you’re only making $2 a share at this point.
This is known as the price discrimination theory of stock market valuation.
Why is this important?
Because the more people buying at a high price, the less people are willing to sell their shares at that price.
And that means that there’s a lot less money in the market.
For example, suppose you have 50 people who all want to buy at $5 per share each.
At the end you’ll have a market cap of $15 billion, and this means that the price is $7 billion higher than what the market thinks it is.
This means that most of the money in this market is sitting in the pockets of those who are making $5 a share or less.
On top of that, the supply of stock is not evenly distributed.
Say there are four people selling $1 billion worth of stock.
At $5, there aren’t 50 people willing to buy this stock.
So, at the beginning of the year, the market cap is $10 billion, so the amount of money in there is $4 billion.
But at the start of the next year, you all sell the shares at just $1, because that’s what you’re selling for.
And, if there are a lot of people selling at $2 per share then there’s no money to sell, so no one is buying, and there’s less money for everybody.
So at the moment, there isn’t much money in stock markets.
And that’s why, when it comes to the market’s valuation, there may not be a clear winner.
What can you do about this?
First, if your stock is selling for more money than you expected, then you can sell it at a lower price and hopefully get some extra cash to spend.
Second, if the price falls, you can buy back the stock and make some money, but this is only possible if the market price has fallen significantly.
Finally, if some of the people buying are selling