In recent months, the team at Stansberry Research has been playing close attention to the so-called “Melt Up” taking place in the financial world. A melt up happens when the stock market rises for investor-driven reasons, rather than quantifiable economic improvements.
Stansberry Digest readers know that analysts including Steve Sjuggerud have predicted this for years. Stock prices have been high, but not overly so. Sjuggerud and others have been advising bullish behavior. Now, as they see it, is the time to get in on a good thing.
Though Sjuggerud knows that melt ups often go hand in glove with bubbles, he also believes investors have over a year to benefit from the melt up conditions. He recommends keeping an eye on indicators like the advance/decline line, and paying attention to qualified analysts like Jeremy Grantham. Sjuggerud predicts that no bubble will burst for over a year, until 2020.
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