Exactly How High Can The Markets Go Until A Correction Happens?

Great interview with David Lin and Chris Vermeulen:

Key questions and topics David asked me include:

  1. Do you still think a market correction is coming and why?
  2. What is different this time from the previous decade-long bull market?
  3. What indicators are you using to gauge if a correction has begun or when it may happen?
  4. Why is the VIX moving up along with the stock market? Doesn’t it usually go in the opposite direction?
  5. Is there any truth to the saying ‘when the VIX is high, it’s time to buy’?
  6. How is gold holding up against a very strong equities market?
  7. What do you do with your money during a panic sell?
  8. Looking at the gold miners, is there a leveraged play to be had?
  9. In a flash crash, or multi-year correction, does everything go down at the same time?
  10. Will you ever choose between equities, gold, and miners?
  11. If we were to enter a bull rally, would you allocate capital to riskier categories and use gold as a safe haven?
  12. How do you feel about the US dollar right now?
  13. What other sectors or asset classes do you like?


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