What Can California Drought Teach Up About Today’s Stock Market?

Posted by on February 23, 2017 1:56 am
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Human beings are simple animals. They tend to take an existing environment and project it well into the future.

Just a year ago California was in a midst of a 5-6 year severe drought. Many global warming proponents at the time were screaming their heads off and forecasting that California will turn into a potato chip. Probably before a massive San Andrea's quake sends it sliding into the Pacific.

Yet, the future is anything but linear. It is cyclical. This is California today.

Hit by worst floods in a century, San Jose got little warning of impending disaster

What does any of this have to do with the stock market? 

Everything. Over the last 5-6 years no one predicted that California's drought issue would be fixed by a historic flood. Yet, that is exactly what is happening. When nature overextends itself in one direction, it often snaps back in a violent fashion to correct the mistake.

Reminds you of anything today?

We have been in a bull market for nearly 8 years. As our previous posts have shown, bullish sentiment today is sitting at record high levels. At the same time, no one is projecting even a correction, let alone a substantial decline. All of this is happening while valuation levels are at historic highs.

As investors we have to ask, is it possible that "Nature" snaps back?

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