I think stocks are, by and large, fully priced. I think the experience with quantitative easing is a complete failure. It has lifted asset prices and created asset inflation, but it hasn't lifted the standard of living of most people in the U.S. nor worldwide.
I think the market is way overdue for a 20 to 30 percent correction. But that is "nothing that worries me. I'm hoping for the market to drop 40 percent so stocks will again become—from a value point of view—attractive.
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