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Will Your Stock Portfolio Crash in the Next 6 Months?

Commercial Real EstateWith stocks trading at record highs, it’s not surprising to hear that many investors, analysts, and economists bullish about the stock market. After all, the stock market has been moving steadily higher since bottoming in March 2009, right? However, even when the stock markets are correcting, the reversal is oftentimes short term. The hard truth is that a large number of important indicators point to the fact that the U.S. could experience another stock market crash in 2015 or early 2016.

Keep in mind, stock markets are only as strong as the companies that make them up. That’s because our U.S. economy, while improving, is still vulnerable.

The U.S. unemployment rate may have slipped below the six-percent threshold, but a large number of Americans, about 12 to 17% remain underemployed.(US News) Wages have been flat and, perhaps not coincidently, approximately 17% of the U.S. population is on food stamps.(Gallup)

Personal spending may be accelerating, but so, too, are debt levels. We may be spending, but we aren’t paying with cash.  71% of the US gross domestic product (GDP) came from consumer spending in 2013. All things considered, this is not a formula for sustainable growth.

Furthermore, approximately 50% of the public companies that make up the S&P 500 rely heavily on European sales, therefore while the U.S. stock market outlook is encouraging, not all stocks will thrive.

The message to investors should be clear: America is limited in its ability to carry the global economy on its back. Economists agree that the numbers are not in sync with what markets are advocating.  Historically, stocks have a price-to-earnings ratio of 15; but in 2015, that ratio is 26.51. Basically stocks are priced 76% higher than their 10-year average…

So what are savvy investors doing?  Many high net worth individuals and institutional investors are moving into alternative investments outside of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. According to the Wall Street Journal, over $1.4T in global pension assets are moving to alternative investments, with commercial real estate leading the charge with 36%.  Additionally,  America’s most influential investors today, namely Warren Buffett, John Paulson, and George Soros, have been doing the same. So will the US pay the price for their addiction to artificially low interest rates, high underemployment, stagnant wages, and high debt?  We shall soon see.